Integrated Masters in Chiropractic (MChiro) Programme Fees – First Year (2016/2017)
|4 Year Programme||5 Year Programme|
|Registration fee to McTimoney College of Chiropractic (once only)||120||120|
|Student Union Levy||10||10|
|Criminal Records Bureau Check (currently)||52||52|
|Total fees for the whole Programme|
(including final year clinic)
All full time UK/EU students intending to study at the college are eligible to apply for a Tuition Fee Loan and Maintenance Loan. These help cover tuition fees and living costs while you are studying. Part time students can apply for a Tuition Fee Loan for the first time from 2012/13.
Student Grants & Loans
How you apply for student finance varies depends on where you live. You will find detailed information on the application process and the amount of funding you will be entitled to on the following sites:
- Student Finance Applications – England – or for further information and guidance please visit the dedicated microsite.
- Student Finance Applications – EU Countries
- Student Finance Advice – International (Non-EU Countries)
- Student Awards Agency for Scotland
- Student Finance Wales
You can apply for funding online and it is recommended that you submit your application early to ensure that your money is with you by the time you commence your studies.
The McTimoney Trust has a bursary scheme every year that we encourage you to apply for when available.
Flexible payment plans let you spread the cost of your programme across the duration of your studies. Please ask for more information.
For advice and further information on any of the above, please contact Gayle Hoffman at the College, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.