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You do not need an undergraduate degree to study with us, but you do need to complete prerequisite courses. These include six basic health science courses at an undergraduate level and two elective courses.
If you have not completed university level study in basic sciences it is important you first apply to the College for guidance and approval of your prerequisite subjects.
If you have completed tertiary study in the science field, we will assess whether you have completed the prerequisite study for entry to the College and help you find appropriate courses if you need further study.
More information about prerequisite requirements, including courses, can be found in the entry requirements section.
We have one intake per year in late January. Applications are accepted throughout the year and places are limited so we recommend applying early.
Applicants must submit a completed Application Form. As part of the application process, applicants are required to write an essay, be available for an interview and complete a critical thinking assessment.
Our College graduates are in high demand and can be found practicing in many countries around the world.
Upon graduation you will be licensed to practice in New Zealand and Australia and you are eligible to take board exams to become registered in Canada, the UK and many states in the U.S. Some Scandinavian and European countries may require you to work with a principal chiropractor for the first year.
Graduates are advised to research the requirements necessary to apply for registration with Chiropractic Registration Boards in the countries and states they consider other than New Zealand. In some cases additional courses or modules might be required for registration, and graduates will have to source and plan how to acquire those additional credits needed.
The College does not have student housing but can provide you with information to assist you with finding accommodation. Students mainly live in shared housing within walking distance of the College campus.
For an indication of the type of accommodation available and costs refer to the Property to Rent or Flatmates Wanted section at www.trademe.co.nz
It is possible for students from many countries to receive a student loan or financial aid to assist with the cost of tuition.
The College is an approved post-secondary institution and Canadian students are eligible for student loans through the Canadian Federal and Provincial Government. For more information on eligibility and the application process visit www.canlearn.ca
You may also be eligible for a line of credit from your bank. Each bank may have varying terms and conditions. We advise that you check with your bank directly on the options available to you.
The College participates in the United States Department of Education Title IV, HEA Programme which provides Federal Student Aid. For more information refer to www.fafsa.ed.gov
Norwegian students are able to receive financial support for higher education abroad. For more information on eligibility visit www.lanekassen.no
For information on funding options in other countries please contact our Admissions Department.