Study on our high-quality acupuncture courses at the Northern College of Acupuncture

 

BSc in Acupuncture (weekend and weekday options) – our next courses start end of September/early October 2019. Find out more by joining us for our online presentation and Q&A evening or on our next full days acupuncture introductory event on Saturday 16th February  - click here to book your place  

Denise Magson, Marketing Manager, Northern College of Acupuncture

Marketing Manager Denise Magson explains the various options for study and attendance.

1. How long will it take me to train as an acupuncturist?

It takes three years of training on our acupuncture courses to qualify with a BSc in Acupuncture, apply to register with the professional body, the British Acupuncture Council (BAcC), and start work as a fully qualified acupuncturist. It is also possible to take the BSc course part time over up to six years.

Northern college of acupuncture student bryony armstrong


Bryony Armstrong –

“I really want to say how much I appreciate the acupuncture course and the people, in particular the fantastic level of support and education I received during my 3 years with you all.”