Why should I study Chiropractic?
- Chiropractic is a fast growing profession in Europe. In the countries where chiropractic is regulated, there is still a need for more professionals.
- Musculoskeletal pain is a major cause of work disability with enormous socioeconomic consequences and Chiropractic is a leading profession in dealing with this issue.
- It is a profession that deals with patients and provides means for conservative care.
Why study at the Madrid College of Chiropractic?
- The Madrid College of Chiropractic is within the Real Centro Universitario Escorial Maria Cristina, a prestigious center that was established in 1892
- The model of education is based on small cohorts thus providing a personalized education
- The curriculum is fully accredited by the European Council on Chiropractic Education
- It was the first institution to offer education and training in Chiropractic in Spain and it has been accredited since the very first graduation
- The faculty is comprised of academics from public and private universities, with extensive and diverse academic and clinical backgrounds.
- International exchange opportunities are available with institutions in Japan, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, and the United States
- Learn an evidence-based and patient-centred curriculum
What do I need to do in order to become a student?
All candidates need to apply for the “Entrance Examination” (Prueba de Acceso) that consists of a psychometric test, an interview, and an English test (to verify the level of English of the candidate). It is a Qualifying Examination.
For EU international students
You will need to obtain a “credential” from UNED. This document will certify that you are eligible to enter any university in the EU.
For Non-EU international students, there are three ways of being admitted to the Chiropractic programme
- If you are a current student in a college or university programme and want to continue your studies in the Chiropractic Programme.
- If you hold a college or university degree.
- Applying for a verification from UNED.
What is the language of the Chiropractic Programme?
- This programme is taught in Spanish and English.
- We recommend that non-Spanish speakers attend a basic Spanish language course before enrolling in the programme.
- Once in the programme, we have a follow-up system to help the student develop skills in Spanish. Most foreign students transition well from a basic knowledge of Spanish to the level required for the upper years of training.
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Last updated March 14, 2019
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