The proposed course fees for the MChiro (2017/2018) entry are:
- Home/EU: £9,250 per annum
- Home/EU - ELQ students : £13,742 per annum. Please note that ELQ students are defined as those who have already completed a Masters (NQF level 7) or higher level qualification by the time of enrolment
- Channel Islands & Isle of Man: £9,250 per annum
- Overseas/EEA: £13,742 per annum
Bursaries and scholarships are available to AECC students.
For UK/EU Students with a previous Masters level degree (ELQ students) and overseas students, fees for subsequent years of the course will not increase by more than the increase in the UK Retail Price index (RPI) plus 1%. The Retail Price index (RPI) is a measure of inflation which measures the change in the cost of a sample of retail goods and services. Fees advertised by the AECC are for the first year of the programme. Fees for subsequent years will be published on the AECC current student website (VLE) from January for the following academic year. You should budget for an increase of up to 5% each year for every further year of study.
You will need to purchase your own diagnostic instruments, subject manuals, clinic attire and key textbooks for use throughout your studies. An example price guide for a diagnostic instruments kit is around £500. Please also refer to the document Important information to take into account when choosing your programme, included in the AECC Student Agreement, which includes further information about additional costs.
Loan application information
In order to obtain the maximum tuition fee loan of £9,250 for the 2017/18 academic year, please ensure that your Student Finance application is completed by the end of May 2017. Applications will be available to complete from March 2017.