Admission



1 YEAR BASIC COURSE

Application Process
Each applicant must complete an application form and mail that along with their check or credit card information to the TIH.  Upon receipt, study materials will be mailed to the student.

Prerequisites
Applicants must have:
*Fluency in written and spoken English
*A strong desire to study homeopathy

Withdrawals and Refunds
There will be NO refunds or prorations of any kind after payment has been processed.   Requests for an extention after the two year completion period will be reviewed on an individual basis by the Executive Director.



PROFESSIONAL COURSE

Application Process
Each applicant must complete an application form and undergo an interview with the Executive Director. If accepted as a student, a $500.00 deposit is required to hold the applicant's place in the course for which he/she is applying. The deposit will be deducted from the final payment of the tuition fee.

Prerequisites
Applicants must have:
*Completed, at least, 100 hours of basic, homeopathic education
*Graduated from high school (or the equivalent) and have successfully completed a minimum of two years at the college/university level.
*A minimum of 25 years of age
*Fluency in written and spoken English
*A strong desire to study homeopathy
*A life situation that allows adequate study time

Note: Those who have not achieved these academic requirements may apply under "Special Student" status.

Note: If your health is unstable and may cause difficulties with attendance, it is advisable not to start the course.

Special Student Status
If you are applying as a special student (have not achieved the academic requirements as stated above), please submit an essay describing your intention to apply yourself to the consistent study and hard work required for university level courses as well as any personal qualities that would support your application. Your essay should be typed, double spaced, and a maximum of 4 pages.  The Executive Director has the sole responsibility to accept or decline the application.

Transfers
Because the curriculum is unique to the TIH, transfer students would normally not be eligible to transfer into the program. However, each transfer request will be evaluated on its own merit by the Executive Director, who has the sole responsibility to accept or decline the application.

Withdrawals and Refunds
Those students withdrawing from the class prior to the commencement of classes for the year in which they have enrolled will receive a full refund less a $250 administrative fee. However, there will be NO refund of yearly tuition after the commencement of classes for that year in which the tuition has been paid. Cases where a student must withdraw due to extenuating circumstances will be reviewed on an individual basis by the Executive Director.



CLINICAL PRACTICE AND SUPERVISION COURSE

Application Process
Each applicant must complete an application form wherein he/she must list all previous homeopathic education. Copies of all transcripts, certificates, diplomas, degrees, etc., should be attached.

Each application will be reviewed by the Executive Director. A personal interview will be required for non-TIH graduates in order to assess the applicant's previous education, training, and ability to complete the course satsifactorily. Admittance is at the sole discretion of the Executive Director.

A $500 deposit must accompany the application form. The deposit will be deducted from the final payment of the tuition fee.

Prerequisites

1) Applicants should have at least 500 hours of formal, structured homeopathic education from a reputable homeopathic school or equivalent practice experience. 
2) Successful completion of a college level Anatomy and Physiology course or evidence of current enrollment in such a course before the class year begins or a current medical license.
3) Successful completion of a Disease and Pathology course for alternative practitioners or evidence of current enrollment in such a course before the class year begins or a current medical license.
4)  Successful completion of Phase I of the CHC examination.

Withdrawals and Refunds
Those students withdrawing from the class prior to the commencement of classes for the year in which they have enrolled will receive a full refund less a $250 administrative fee. However, there will be NO refund of yearly tuition after the commencement of classes for that year in which the tuition has been paid. Cases where a student must withdraw due to extenuating circumstances will be reviewed on an individual basis by the Executive Director