International Chiropractors Association

Barcelona College of Chiropractic is awarded full accreditation by the European CCE

Barcelona, Spain (March 20, 2017) - The Barcelona College of Chiropractic (BCC) has just been awarded full accredited status by the European Council on Chiropractic Education (ECCE), the international accrediting body for chiropractic education in Europe.  The BCC is the latest college to earn this award, and joins a select group of only 8 chiropractic ECCE-accredited programs in Europe. 
 
The BCC was founded in 2007 and already enjoys a wide base of support, which includes educators, industry leaders, practicing chiropractors and their patients as well.  This support base currently provides the college with students from 19 nations from across the globe, making it one of the most diverse student populations around.  

“All of us in the International Chiropractors Association (ICA) wish to offer our heartfelt congratulations to the BCC and its leadership upon achieving this important status,” said ICA President Dr. George B. Curry.  “We deeply respect and appreciate their efforts and strongly support this outstanding educational institution and the vision both our organizations share for a strong, growing and global chiropractic profession.”

“It is easy to feel the excitement amongst our students. Barcelona is certainly a great city to live in, but the true value BCC brings to the table is in its curriculum,” commented Dr. Jake Smith, President of the BCC Board of Governors. This remarkable international college prides itself on delivering its purpose-built curriculum in its two official languages, English and Spanish.   
 
“It is fulfilling to witness the student’s growth and progress as they become the professionals they desire to be. Much credit must go to the students and their hard work, along with the guidance of the dedicated team of professors and staff, who offer them a wide spectrum curriculum from which to choose. This combination brings great value to what the BCC offers,” added the BCC Head of Chiropractic Dr. Pablo Martínez Jarque. 
 
“The strong results obtained during the ECCE accreditation process is an endorsement of the hard work  and  dedication  put  forth  by  our  management  team,  teachers,  staff  and  college supporters.  The Board of Governors and I are certainly very proud of this achievement. We have a fantastic group of people working towards a common goal.  Several organizations also showed their support right from the start, such as the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association (ICPA), the AEQ (the Spanish Chiropractic Association) and the European Chiropractors Union (ECU), among others.  It has definitely been a team and a community effort," said Dr.  Adrian Wenban, the College’s Principal.   
 
Those interested in studying in Spain a the BCC to become a chiropractor can apply to join the BCC for its Autumn semester by contacting the BCC Admissions Coordinator, Miss Patricia Llatjos (Ph: 00 34 93 542 2822 / E-mail: admissions@bcchiropractic.es). 


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