We welcome your application and all applicants are encouraged to submit their applications for September enrollment by August 1st and for January enrollment by December 1st.
We at NMCH will respect all of our students and applicants and we do not tolerate discrimination based on race, sex, sexual orientation, handicap, ethnic origin, etc and abide by the Ontario Human Rights Code.
We welcome your application and all applicants are encouraged to submit their applications for September enrollment by August 1st and for January enrollment by December 1st. Applications should be submitted to the Admissions department, (address or email address)
We welcome your application for the Diploma in Homeopathic Medicine and Medical Sciences Program. As a pre-requisite, you have a High School Diploma or equivalent to include an OAC in either science, biology, chemistry or physics and a post- secondary education is recommended.
Students who do not meet the above pre-requisite should contact our Admissions department and may apply under the “extraordinary status application”. Students applying for the Diploma in Homeopathic medicine and Medical sciences program should have an Ontario Secondary school Diploma with the equivalent of OACs in Chemistry and Biology, and at least 2-3 years of post secondary education from college or university. A Bachelor’s degree is strongly recommended. You can apply online today.
Those students who do not hold the above requirements may apply under “Special Student” status (contact the office for details).
Applying for advance standing:
Students may apply for a course exemption if they have successfully completed a course. We require that you provide us with a copy of your transcript and a course outline from your school. NMCH will verify your request and if your exemption request is denied, you may sit a challenge examination for those subjects.
Please complete the application form, sign and date it and return it to the Director of Admissions at NMCH.
1st Year – $9000 CAD
2nd year – $9000 CAD
3rd year – $9000 CAD
4th Year – $9000 CAD
Administration And Other Fee : (Non- Refundable)
Application Fee: $100 (for Canadian students)
Student Card: $20 annually
Returned Cheque $25
Examination or Assignment Rewrites: $50
Medical liability Malpractice Insurance: $100 per year upon Clinical Internship commencement Ontario Homeopathic Association â€“ Student Membership: $50
Transcript Fee: $10
Method of Fee Payment:
Tuition and Fees are payable by cash, cheque, money order, or online banking. Students seeking alternative payment arrangements are required to arrange a meeting with the Registrar or the Academic Dean before their tuition is due to avoid late payment fees.
* Please enquire about our flexible monthly payment plans for tuition fees
Students who withdraw from the diploma program must provide written notice to the Registrar. The letter must be dated and signed by the student. If your withdrawal letter is not received, the last date of attendance will be the effective date of withdrawal and will be the date used to close out the student’s account. Any tuition refunds or remaining financial obligations to the College will be assessed based on the last date of attendance. Failure to attend for 10 consecutive scheduled class days without notice will be deemed to constitute a withdrawal from the College.
Tuition Fees are refunded as follows:
100% refund of total payable tuition fees (minus the $500.00 deposit) upon receipt of a written request for withdrawal up to one week after commencement of the course. 50% refund of total payable tuition fees (minus the $500.00 deposit) upon receipt of a written request for withdrawal up to four weeks after commencement of the course. There is no refund for withdrawal from the course after the official deadline period. Students paying in installments who withdraw after the official deadline period must complete their installment payments. Before a refund is authorized, any outstanding fees must be paid.