UK entry requirements for the MChiro programme

The MChiro at the AECC is a five year programme with two entry points, depending on background experience and qualifications. First-time undergraduates are recommended to apply to year zero and the AECC admissions team will advise of any changes.


 

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Year 0 Entry


A-levels

Applicants will need to have predicted or achieved grades of BCC or above and for entry into year 0, these grades can be in any subjects with the exception of General Studies which is not considered.

BTEC Extended Diploma
Applicants will need to have predicted or achieved grades of Merit Merit Merit or above in a relevant Extended Diploma.

Access to HE Diploma

We accept a range of different Access programmes, for example; Access to Human Health Sciences, Access to Science, Access to Medicine, Access to Nursing. Applicants must achieve 45 credits at level 3 and we are looking for a merit profile or above.

International Baccalaureate

Applicants will need to achieve a final overall grade of 26 points or higher with no less than grade 5 in each academic subject group.

Scottish Highers/Advanced Highers

The Certificate should include grades of BBCCC or above from 5 Higher subjects.

Irish Leaving Certificate

Applicants should present a leaving certificate with a minimum of 5 subjects at Higher level, with grades BBBCC or above.

 

  


 

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Year 1 Entry

A-levels

Applicants will need to have predicted or achieved grades of ABB or above and must include Biology and one other science subject as part of their subject profile. General Studies will not be considered. 

BTEC Extended Diploma

Applicants will need to have predicted or achieved grades of Distinction Distinction Merit or above in a relevant Extended Diploma.

Access to HE Diploma 

We accept a range of different Access programmes, for example; Access to Human Health Sciences, Access to Science, Access to Medicine, Access to Nursing. Applicants must achieve 45 credits at level 3 of which at least 30 credits must be at Distinction with the remaining 15 credits at Merit. To be considered for entry into year 1, all Biology modules must be graded at Distinction.

International Baccalaureate

Applicants will need to achieve a final overall grade of 34 points or higher including Biology at Higher level with a grade of 5 or above and one other science subject at Higher level. 

Scottish Highers/Advanced Highers

The Certificate should normally include Biology and one other science subject, preferably both at Advanced Higher Level, with grades AABBB or above.

Irish Leaving Certificate

Applicants should present a leaving certificate with a minimum of 5 subjects at Higher level with grades AABBB or above, including Biology and one other science subject.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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