Q – What qualifications do CHE offer?
Q – Do these qualifications allow me to register with a professional homeopathy organisation?
A – Yes. The Society of Homeopaths, the Alliance of Registered Homeopaths and the Homeopathic Medical Association are the main registering bodies in the UK.
Q – How much home study is required?
A – Assignments usually involve 15-20 hours of study per month. You may choose to spend longer as you become keen to learn more about homeopathy!
Q – How long are the courses?
A – The Full-time courses are two years; or four years part -time-. The Foundation course is a one year part-time course.
Q – What does part-time/full-time mean?
A – The part-time courses run for 10 weekends a year, one weekend a month, from September to June. Clinic attendance requires one extra full day a month from the second to fourth year.
The full-time courses run for two days a week, three weeks a month over three terms, from September to June. Clinic attendance is included in the teaching days. It begins in the second semester of the first year and finishes in the final year.
Q – Are there any exams?
A – All programmes have an academic focus and therefore exams are required to assess your progress. Other assessments are written, oral, theoretical and practical.
Q – Are there any grants available?
A – You can apply for charitable grants or student loans from different financial institutions. Find out more here.
Q – Can I visit the College?
A – Yes – we encourage you to come along and see for yourself! You can visit on college teaching days and you’re also most welcome at our student clinic in London. We also hold Open Days in the summer vacation. Also check out our testimonials page here.