AECC Excel In National Surveys with 100% Of Students In Employment Or Further Study

Nov 15, 2016

Recent results of the DLHE (Destination of Leavers from Higher Education), showed that 100% of Anglo-European College of Chiropractic (AECC) students were in employment or further education six months after completing their course. This statistic is made all the more impressive when coupled with the fact that on average AECC students also enjoy an additional £5000 in earnings when compared to its…

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Student Loans Company statement - 2017/18 EU students

Oct 24, 2016

Jo Johnson, Minister of State for Universities and Science has issued a statement regarding EU Nationals and Student Finance in England which can be found here. This information will be particularly useful for students planning to start in 2017/18. If you are interested in applying to the AECC and have additional questions then do not hesitate to email or call us on 01202 436…

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World Spine Day News 2016

Oct 21, 2016

Each year the World Federation of Chiropractic organise ‘World Spine Day’ to raise awareness about spinal disorders.  Encouraging others to get involved, the theme this year, was 'Straighten up and move’ promoting proper posture, stretch and movement to prevent spinal problems. Companies and individuals were invited to share events and stories on caring for their spines using hashtags #WorldSpineDay…

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15% off all CPD Seminars with the AECC

Oct 12, 2016

How the AECC help Chiropractors develop? Along with our accredited Degree, Masters programmes and Alumni reunions, the AECC also support chiropractors (and others within the healthcare industry) with training courses and seminars. Details on the AECC advanced learning opportunities can be found on our Post Graduate and Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Seminars section: Between…

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Just 20 days 'till the 2016 AECC Alumni Reunion

Sep 17, 2016

You can now book your ticket to the 2016 Alumni Reunion online. What's happening at this year's Reunion? On Saturday the 8th October we will be holding both a fun and informal daytime event at the college with afternoon tea and tours and a more formal dinner dance with popular band in the evening at local venue the Bournemouth Marriott Hotel. Afternoon (1pm-5pm) We will be holding afternoon…

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AECC Alumna at the Paralympic Games

Sep 13, 2016

2010 graduate Tamar Bakker has been in touch with us all the way from from the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games where she was attending for the second time to support the Dutch swimming team. She writes: At the time I am writing this, it is day five of the Paralympic games in Rio de Janeiro. So far it has been a great competition. I have been working as a chiropractor for the Dutch swimming team for 5.5…

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Research collaboration with Keele University

Sep 08, 2016

The AECC’s  Dr Dave Newell and Jonathan Field have secured funding for a 12 month project to trial a new healthcare questionnaire in collaboration with academics at Keele University. The comprehensive questionnaire was developed by the internationally renowned musculoskeletal (MSK) research group at Keele University to cover all types of MSK problems. This has been developed with a view to use widely…

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AECC welcomes new Academic Registrar

Aug 01, 2016

The Anglo-European College of Chiropractic (AECC) is pleased to announce that Karen Pichlmann has been appointed as its new Academic Registrar. Karen took up her new role on the 25th July and replaces Alan Tyler who retired after 36 years with the college. Karen joins the AECC from Bournemouth University (BU) where she held the role of Head of Admissions. She was responsible for the delivery of a…

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Collaborative Research

Jul 27, 2016

Collaborative research funded by the Chiropractic Research Charity (CRC) is bringing us closer to being able to locate the strain points in individual patient spines. The CRC is supporting collaborative research between IMRCI (The Institute for Musculoskeletal Research & Clinical Implementation, based at the AECC) and the Exeter Biophysics Group to combine the motion from Quantitative Fluoroscopy…

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An update from UKCISA regarding any changes to fees, loans and residency

Jul 08, 2016

The UK Council for International Affairs (UKCISA) released a further item on their website on 07 July to clarify what they currently do and do not know about any changes to fee status, access to loans or legal residency. Please visit our News section for regular updates on this subject.  

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