Dear students and graduates of 2020,
I find myself writing to you at a very strange time and thinking about how your student and graduate experiences will be impacted by COVID-19. First and foremost, I send my very best wishes to all of you and hope that you are well at this time.
If there is one thing that COVID-19 has taught us as a wider society, it is the value of our communities and support networks. The current situation has produced many questions for all of us and the BCA has been working across the chiropractic community in the UK to provide answers for you, whether you are graduating from, studying on, or due to begin a chiropractic degree.
We have pooled all of the support and information that we have collected on your behalf into our Student and Graduate Coronavirus Information pages, with information whether you are:
- Graduating in 2020 – Information on jobs, the PRT course from the RCC and how to register with the GCC
- Currently studying chiropractic – What are your universities doing to help?
- Considering studying chiropractic – Your options if you are wanting to start your chiropractic education
As the next generation of chiropractors, the BCA is here to support you throughout your entire chiropractic career, from studying through to graduation and into professional life. I hope that you find these resources useful.
On behalf of everyone in the #BCAfamily, I’d like to congratulate you on your resilience throughout this pandemic. If you haven’t already seen it, representatives of the BCA came together to send you this message. All of the members of the
Association are thinking of you and wishing you well.
With warm wishes,