Study Chiropractic in the UK
Study at a world-leading institution, gain real experience and become a chiropractor in 5 years.
Peter George, Canada
"Choosing the right chiropractic school was a very big decision for me as I was going to commit a substantial amount of time to it and I knew it would play a big part in my development as a professional later on in life. When a decision had to be made, I chose the AECC for a number of reasons. Naturally my decision was largely based on it having a great reputation as an accredited institution while providing a high quality education.
The information is evidence-based and I especially like the unbiased approach towards particular chiropractic philosophies such as the role of manipulation. Also, it had a strong relationship with CMCC, another respected chiropractic college in my hometown of Toronto, which was comforting.
Besides this, I wanted a different experience and Europe seemed very conducive to this need. Not only is the AECC located minutes from a beautiful beach, but being located in the UK, I am able to travel virtually anywhere in Europe on a budget.
Finally, graduates from the AECC work worldwide, including Scandinavian countries, Australia, the United Kingdom, and other European countries such as Belgium, the Netherlands, and Germany.
At the AECC, our course:
- Lasts for five years
- Is globally recognised
- Combines practical and theoretical learning
- Is taught by world leading faculty
- Has high employability with 100% students in employment 6 months after the end of the course and a competitive average starting salary of £30,000
- Is taught at our world renowned institution on the South Coast
- Offers a wide variety of graduate work options in various healthcare settings, both in the UK and internationally
- Science based
- A regulated, primary healthcare profession
- Best known for the diagnosis, treatment and management of patients with musculoskeletal conditions (muscles and joints)
- A good option for those interested in healthcare but who are not keen on blood or being involved with surgical procedures
- An allied healthcare career which sits amongst other disciplines including: sports therapy, physiotherapy, exercise and rehabilitation science and osteopathy
What will you learn?
Whilst studying for a MChiro you will cover the crucial understanding of anatomy, physiology, biochemistry, biomechanics and chiropractic skills, using clinical case studies from the outset.