Requirements for Admission
First Year Admission:
You must have graduated from high school (or international equivalent) and have completed two years of university or college study. You must be at least 21 years of age, have fluency in written and spoken English, have a keen desire to study homeopathy and have adequate resources and time to devote to a rigorous 3 year course.*
A large part of the course is the home study required to complete the assignments and study the material. This requires time, discipline and a devotion to learning. It is important that you have ascertained within yourself that conditions in your life are such that you can devote the time necessary to enjoy and succeed in the course. If your life is such that you may have difficulties with the attendance or study time requirements, it advisable to wait until such time that you have the necessary conditions in place which would enable you to complete the course.
Second Year Admission:
Successful completion of year one above (or equivalent from another program);
and successful completion of a recognized Anatomy & Physiology course;
and completion of a First Aid and CPR class.
The Anatomy & Physiology course can be taken at a community college, accupuncture or other health training program. Certain correspondence courses are acceptable. Many community groups offer First Aid and CPR classes. Many students take these courses over the summer between first and second year.
Third Year Admission:
Successful completion of the above requirements;
and successful completion of a pathology course.
This can be taken at a community college, acupuncture or other health training program. Certain correspondence courses are acceptable. Many students take this course over the summer between second and third year.
We are currently accepting applications for the third year and post graduate courses.
* If these requirements have not been met for some reason, you may apply for a waiver of these requirements under special circumstances. Please submit with your application a letter of up to 2 pages detailing the circumstances and personal qualities you possess which would support a waiver of these requirements with your application.