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Information for prospective students

As a prospective student wishing to train as a chiropractor, you should think carefully when choosing an educational programme. Of course, there will be many factors that you will have to consider, including where you want to study, the language a programme is delivered in and funding. However, a very important consideration is also the quality of the education and training offered at a programme, and the currency of your qualification once you become a chiropractor.

The ECCE accredits programmes against a set of standards that covers a number of areas of the course offered by a programme, including the academic and clinical standards of the curriculum, the educational resources including the teaching staff, and governance and management policies and procedures.

The ECCE standards

If you choose to enrol on an ECCE-accredited programme, you can be sure that it has been judged to meet these standards. The education and training you receive will enable you to graduate from the programme as a safe and competent practitioner, with the skills and attitudes to continue to learn and develop in line with the ever-changing healthcare needs of the population throughout your professional life.

Choosing where to study chiropractic is an important decision. Investing in an education that is provided by an ECCE-accredited programme ensures that your qualification as a chiropractor will be recognised as one of quality and the highest standards throughout the world.

ECCE-accredited chiropractic educational programmes