The College is located in Abingdon, Oxfordshire. This is centrally located just south of Oxford, only a few minutes from the A34 trunk road, and within easy access of the M4 and M40 motorways. Click here for a map.
Its premises include a 100-seater lecture theatre with audio-visual equipment, technique room fitted with practical benches and teaching models, two comfortable student common rooms with drinks machines, microwave and fridge, student changing facilities, and several seminar rooms for small group teachingand technique instruction. There is also a modern academic library, with internet, electronic journal and CD-ROM facilities and the College has full wi-fi connectivity and students can use their own laptops throughout the College.
The clinic facility, where final year students provide chiropractic care to the community, has eight clinic rooms with state-of-the-art electronic monitoring to ensure patient safety and to provide high quality feedback to students.
The College staff represent a range of academic, practical and clinical experience. The lecturers are supported by a full-time staff of administrative and accounting personnel. Technique teaching is conducted in small groups with a high staff-student ratio, and clinical training also offers this high staff-student ratio as clinical skills are developed.
The new campus in Manchester is situated in an historic building in Manchester’s buzzing city centre – our Manchester centre is conveniently located within two minutes’ walk of Oxford Road train station and a five minute walk to the main shopping areas.
The College also utilises off campus sites, both academic and practical. Warwickshire College, where students on the Animal Manipulation programme will spend some of their time, is located at Moreton Morrell, near Wellesbourne in Warwickshire. Warwickshire College is just eight miles from Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwick and Leamington Spa and just minutes away from the motorway network, and all of their resources are accessible to McTimoney students registered on the Animal Manipulation programme.