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  MSc Chiropractic


AECC University College    AECC

Full time See Course MSc 2 years full time
Medicine (26) Nursing & Health (27)

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Embark on a rewarding academic journey with our esteemed MSc Chiropractic programme, recognised by the General Chiropractic Council (GCC). Designed for ambitious chiropractic students seeking a postgraduate qualification, this two-year course offers a comprehensive blend of theoretical knowledge and practical skills enhancement. Delve into advanced concepts in research methodology, clinical audit, and professional development while honing your critical thinking and communication abilities. Benefit from a hands-on clinical placement at our state-of-the-art chiropractic clinic, under the guidance of experienced tutors and healthcare professionals. Engage in reflective practice, explore diverse patient populations, and collaborate with allied health practitioners to broaden your perspective. With a focus on continuous professional development, our innovative teaching methods ensure a holistic learning experience. To qualify, students must have completed the Master of Chiropractic course with a 2:i classification and passed the Clinic Entrance Qualifying Examination. Join us and become a competent, evidence-informed chiropractor ready to excel in the dynamic healthcare landscape.

About the course

Our General Chiropractic Council (GCC) recognised MSc Chiropractic is specifically designed for students currently studying a chiropractic course, but who wish to complete their studies with a postgraduate MSc qualification. An MSc may be desirable if you are considering a career in research or academia, or may be preferred by some national associations.

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Entry Requirements

Students are normally expected to have successfully met all the learning outcomes at level 6 of the AECC University College Master of Chiropractic -MChiro (Hons) course (or equivalent) with a minimum of 2:i classification and passed the Clinic Entrance Qualifying Examination (CEQE OSLER) before they may enrol on this course. There will be a maximum allocation of 25 students accepted onto this course each year.


Fees

UK/ROI/Channel Islands
£9,576 per annum

International
£15,036 per annum

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