Financial Assistance (Bursaries and Scholarships)
Information below is for students on the MChiro programme only.
This page contains information about;
- Fees for 2017/18 entry
- Student Loans
- AECC Bursaries and Scholarships for 2017/2018
- Information for Mature students
Fees for 17/18 MChiro entry
Please see the Course Fees page for this information.
- With the new English student loan system, the most important thing to remember is that it isn’t about how much you borrow, but what it costs you.
- Firstly, no one needs to pay university fees upfront.
The Student Loans Company pays the tuition fee and UK students may also be eligible for a loan for living costs. You only need to repay once you graduate, if you earn enough.
- 2017’s new starters will repay 9 per cent of any income after graduation above £21,000 a year. So the more you earn, the more you repay.
- If you earn under £21,000, you don’t repay a thing. Earn £22,000 and you repay just £90 a year. Earn £31,000 and it’s £900. Financially at least, it’s effectively a no-win, no-fee education.
- After 30 years, even if you’ve not repaid a penny, the debt’s wiped. In fact, even many people starting on £25,000 graduate salaries won’t repay all they owe within 30 years (test your salary at http://www.studentfinancecalc.com/).
EU Nationals and Student
More information about EU nationals who are currently in receipt of student loans from the Student Finance England (SFE), and EU nationals who intend to begin studying from this autumn, and EU nationals applying to study from autumn 2017 can be found here.
In order to obtain the maximum tuition fee loan of £9,250 for the 2017/18 academic year please ensure that in your Student Finance Services application the University is stated as Anglo-European College of Chiropractic.
United States Federal Loans
AECC Bursaries and Scholarships 2017/18
Please refer to the 2017/18 policy document for details on the following scholarships:
- The AECC Maintenance Bursary
- The AECC Diagnostic Instruments Bursary
- The Hugh Gemmell Memorial Scholarship
Please visit http://www.studentfinance2012.com/files/Mature_Guide_2013.pdf for more help regarding fees, loans and managing your living costs.