December 22, 2016—Recent results of the DLHE (Destination of Leavers from Higher Education), showed that 100% of Anglo-European College of Chiropractic (AECC) students were in employment or further education six months after completing their course.
This statistic is made all the more impressive when coupled with the fact that on average AECC students also enjoy an additional £5000 in earnings when compared to its main rival. These outstanding findings contribute to a strong performance giving the AECC an overall satisfaction rating of 96 percent in the National Student Survey, confirming the AECC’s reputation as a truly great place to study chiropractic as well as other subject areas.
The AECC is a renowned higher education college providing education and clinical training in the fields of chiropractic and other healthcare subject areas, at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels. The college has recently been awarded Taught Degree Awarding Powers, allowing the ability to validate, deliver and award its own degrees.
Principal of the AECC, Professor Haymo Thiel commented: “I am very proud of the fact that the AECC has achieved one of the leading scores for overall student satisfaction in the 2015/16 National Student Survey,” said Haymo Thiel, principal of the AECC. “A score of 96 percent for satisfaction beats those achieved by Oxbridge and all of the Russell Group universities and sits ten points above the sector average. Our scores for some of the other areas such as ‘teaching’, ‘academic support’, ‘learning resources’, ‘personal development’, and ‘student union’ were also far above the national average. I am delighted that we have such satisfied students and it speaks volumes about the efforts taken by our dedicated staff.”