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.
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.
Why study at the Madrid College of Chiropractic?
The Madrid College of Chiropractic is within the Real Centro Universitario Escorial Maria Cristina, a prestigious centre that was established in 1892.
The model of education is based on small cohorts thus providing a personalised 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.
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