We have intakes in Spring and Autumn (usually starting late March and late September), and you can attend any preview session throughout the year. These sessions are an opportunity for you to visit us in person, and to meet up with tutors as well as other prospective students. There will be presentations and discussions about the course, and our approach to acupuncture, demonstrations of the e-learning component,as well as lots of opportunities for asking additional questions and trying out some practical skills such as Chinese medicine pulse taking.Sessions start at 1pm, although we will be available from 12.30 for tours of the building, light lunch and an opportunity for a more informal chat. The sessions end at about 5pm, but you’ll be able to leave sooner if you need to!
We usually carry out interviews by phone in the week following the sessions, if we have received your application prior to attending, or we may be able to arrange your interview on the day if you prefer. You are very welcome simply to join us for the day without applying, and send your form in afterwards, should you decide we are the right institution for you. Early applications will however need to be prioritised, for the next intake.
To book a place, please go to our Contact Us page, or call us on (01926) 730284.
And for those of you that would rather not wait until the next Preview session….. feel free to get in touch and arrange for an earlier personal visit – these can usually be held on Wednesdays or Thursdays, including evenings.
Comments from attendees…
‘Attending the preview was pivotal for me to get a sense of the place, the ethos, the syllabus, and get stuck into some essential practical skills – to see how they ‘sat’ with me. I also was able to gauge the level and pace of the course to see whether it felt manageable.
It was evident how the course has been conceived, developed and delivered with passion, authenticity and heart. The incredible experience and commitment of the staff, and the ‘student-centredness’ of the teaching and support is tremendous.’ AP