Welsh Institute of Chiropractic at the University of South Wales
President: Per Andreas Valebjørg Ronæs
Vice President: Christian Fredheim
Treasurer: Katharina Röver
Secretary: Sandra Boettcher
Fifth Board Member: Sophie Donaldson
Photo: WIOC delegation attending the WCCS Annual General Meeting 2019 @ Brisbane, Australia
Location: University of South Wales, Treforest, South Wales, United Kingdom
History: The Master of Chiropractic programme began in 1998 at the University of Glamorgan. At the now named University of South Wales, the programme has approximately 420 students enrolled and is currently the leading university in Health Professions in the UK (2020).
Prerequisites to apply for this course: For the four-year programme, 3 A-Levels equating to 120 UCAS points, including Biology and one other Science subject; or other applicable higher qualifications. For the five-year programme, 3 A-Levels equating to 96 UCAS points; or other applicable higher qualifications including Science based access courses.
Degree upon graduation: Master of Chiropractic (with Honours) - MChiro
Duration of course: 4 Years (Full-Time) from September to June, teaching Monday-Friday in typical UK academic calendar. 5 Years including Foundation Year (Full-Time) from September to June, teaching Monday-Friday in typical UK academic calendar.