As part of our commitment to supporting both homeopaths in practice and the homeopathy profession, we (the Alliance of Registered Homeopaths (ARH)) have established a bursary fund to help students who would genuinely benefit from some financial support during their training.
We have allocated funds to allow for up to five students per year to receive £1,000 each towards their training in homeopathy. The bursary is available to students already in their second year, or above, of studies, who attend a course which is a participating member of the Homeopathy Course Providers Forum (HCPF).
Students applying for a bursary will first need to discuss their request with their college principal, and if the principal agrees that the granting of a bursary will be of genuine benefit to the student, the student can download an application form to complete (see below), and return it to the principal for endorsement. Please note that all funding requests must be endorsed by the college principal.
The bursary funding application forms give full details of what is required of applicants, and can be downloaded below.
If this is the first time you have applied for funding, click here to download a form.
If you have already applied for funding once before, click here to download a form, which for 2020 is the same form as the one used for first-time applicants.
The Board of Directors of the ARH will consider all the applications, and assess each one individually to see how they meet the criteria set out on the application form. A selection will be made with a view to awarding the bursary to students who are genuinely committed to becoming a practising homeopath, who show aptitude and ability in their studies, and who would significantly benefit from help towards their training costs. The ARH Board’s decision is final.
If you are in your second year (or above) of homeopathy studies, and would like more information about the ARH bursary fund, talk to your college principal, or contact the ARH on 01825 714 506 – E-mail; email@example.com