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The Irish School of Homeopathy

Homeopathy Course:

The Irish School of Homeopathy

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College Name: 
The Irish School of Homeopathy

Address:
47 Ratoath Estate,
Cabra,
Dublin.

Website: www.ish.ie
Email: info@ish.ie
Phone-Number: 00353-1-8682581
Principal: Angie Murphy


Type of Course: 
Four Year Part-Time professional training course
One day workshops
Home Prescriber’s Course-six days
Post Graduate Courses

Cost: 
€2,800 per year for the professional training course

Entry requirement: 
A good standard of education and attendance at an interview. We also recommend that applicants attend one of our one-day workshops prior to the course. The fee for the workshop is refunded if the applicant joins the professional training course. The majority of our students have at least the equivalent of A Level education. Many of our students have primary degrees from University or other Third Level Institutions.

Time commitment for each of the following: (contact time, study time and clinical training)
11 weekends a year from September to June from 10am to 5.30pm on Saturday and 10am to 5pm on Sunday. Attendance at a weekly study group, usually one evening for 2 hours and 15 hours per week home study. The clinical training is incorporated into the weekend programme.

What facilities does your college offer: 
The School is based in Milltown Park College in Dublin and Brú Columbanus in Cork and both venues have full college facilities both in terms of lecture rooms, car-parking, canteen facilities etc. We also have a comprehensive lending library for students. We provide monthly tutorials with experienced homeopaths/tutors outside of the teaching weekends to support students. In third and fourth year students have one to one supervision with experienced homeopaths/supervisors. There are also two residential weekends for personal development included in the course, these happen between second and third year. We also provide modules on nutrition and lifestyle as part of the course.

What are your term dates/college weekends:

October 2018 – June 2019 – Contact us directly for more details

How can prospective students find out more about your course before committing to study with you?
Information for all of our courses is on our website www.ish.ie and we can be contacted Monday to Friday on 00353-1-8386737 or text us at 00353-86-1996556.


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