AECC: the world-renowned chiropractic college

Start a rewarding career at Europe's most established chiropractic college.

The Anglo-European College of Chiropractic opened its doors in 1965, becoming the first chiropractic college in Europe. In 2009, a state of the art on-site teaching clinic was built. The AECC has recently purchased an upright MRI scanner ahead of its 50 year celebration in musculoskeletal education.

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 and a competitive starting salary of over £30,500*
  • 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 
 

'Being a chiropractor is not just a job, it is not just a career either. It is far more than that. As you discover the satisfaction of relieving someone’s pain, of getting them back to work or being able to look after their family again you discover what it is to be a chiropractor.
 
AECC prepares you for this challenge. As a world-class institution with a global reputation for research, academic rigour and innovation you will graduate having earned the right to call yourself a chiropractor. I am proud to call myself a graduate of AECC.
 
If you are thinking about becoming a chiropractor, then AECC is one of the best institutions in the world to get your qualification. It is a decision you will be pleased you took.'

Matthew Bennett DC FCC FBCA

President, British Chiropractic Association


 

 

aecc clinical intern learns techniques from staff
 

What will you learn? 

Whilst studying for a MChiro you will cover the crucial understanding of:

  • anatomy

  • physiology

  • biochemistry

  • biomechanics

  • chiropractic skills, using clinical case studies from the outset.  

Find out more information about a career in chiropractic

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Anglo-European College of Chiropractic