Costs & Terms
The Fee for the Undergraduate Course is £3995
1, Standard terms
To enrol you pay £495 and we will provide access to the first module online so you can prepare for the first attending weekend. You pay a further £1750 before the first weekend attending and a further £1750 before the sixth weekend attending (Total £3995).
2, Discount for full payment in advance
We offer 5% discount if you pay for the whole undergraduate course in advance before the deadline date (Total £3795.25). You can pay the deposit and start module one earlier if you wish.
Pay £495 deposit and then £500 on the first attending day, followed by 5 monthly instalment payments of £615. The first monthly payment must reach our account before the second attending weekend of the course (Total £4070).
Please note that these fees are non-refundable, payments made late will incur a late payment fee and may delay access to the course. We can accept credit or debit card payments with a 2% surcharge.
PRICES WILL INCREASE IN SEPTEMBER 2022 BUT THESE WILL BE HELD FOR THE MARCH INTAKE.
The postgraduate course runs after the undergraduate course has completed. Graduates are now starting to treat their own patients as well as treating at the college.
One Payment £2000
The fee for the post graduate course must be paid on or before the first day.
We offer a 5% discount on the post graduate course if it is paid at the same time as the undergraduate course. Pay for both courses in advance for a one time fee of £5695.25
To Pay Via Bank Transfer: Account No 22022639
Sort Code 089286 Ac Name: James L Hedger
Courses have a deadline date see dates we cannot guarantee spaces and early enrollment is advised
The course will start on the deadline date with the first online module. Students who have paid their deposit can have the first module made available up to a month earlier if they wish to get started with the online content before that.
What happens if I miss some of the course or need to defer?
The course has a 100% attendance requirement. However, If you are forced to miss up to 2 days due to exceptional circumstances we can accept that so long as you do your best to catch up. A good way to do this is to meet up with colleagues and practice together.
On such an intensive course missing more than 2 days (out of 16 or out of 24 if you are including postgraduate) would put you below the AA required hours and would mean that you would not be able to graduate.
Sometimes we are able to facilitate “catch up” classes with another group but this is not automatic or guaranteed and it will incur a minimum fee of £150.
Joining another course: If a student is unable to continue on the course due to unforeseen circumstances such as illness, the Healing and Acupuncture College will do our best to assist. But this is in exceptional circumstances only since it is disruptive to classes and potentially very expensive for the college. In such circumstances it may be possible to defer and join another group. Changing course will incur a minimum £500 fee in all circumstances. Courses must be completed within 2 years of the original date the student started the course.
How do I Enrol?
We appreciate payment by cheque/cash or bank transfer and the deposit by Paypal if preferred.
It is helpful if students can let us know at the earliest convenience if they have an interest in taking the course. The deposit will secure your place on our acupuncture course. We will keep you updated with any changes or developments at the earliest possible opportunity.
Books & Materials
Students need to allow for the cost of books, needles, insurance and registration as the course progresses. This will probably range between £100-£500 depending on your chosen materials and what your local council charge. Full details are on the online portal.
The College issues certificates and the cost is included in the course fee. Any replacements will incur a fee of £30 each time they are requested.