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. 
Studying here makes it easier to network in this region should I ever wish to pursue work in this part of the world."

 

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 
 
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Chiropractic is: 

  • 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.

   

 

Useful Links

 

Anglo-European College of Chiropractic