College of Natural Health & Homeopathy (CNHH), New Zealand


College of Natural Health & Homeopathy (CNHH), New Zealand

Contact Details

PO Box 784 Tauranga New Zealand
2 Edgecumbe Rd Tauranga
New Zealand

Phone: +64/0 7 5781331
Toll free: Not available
Fax: +64/0 7 5781369

Training Therapy

Homeopathic Medicine

Level Of Training


Qualification Awarded

Diploma of Homeopathy

Duration Of Training

One year

Entry Requirements

Candidates must meet ANY ONE of the following:

  1. University Entrance, Bursary or NCEA equivalent qualification or
  2. Being 20 years of age and having either NZ 6th form certificate in one or more subjects or
  3. Being 20 years of age and showing proficiency in written English and comprehension of Science

(Note: Students without a strong Science background may need to set aside extra home -study hours for Medical Science and/ or seek extra tuition at their own cost).

*Requirements for international students not specified.

Enrollment Time

March each year

Learning Outcome

Not available

Type Of Attendance

Full Time

Credit Hour

Not available


Equivalent to 2 semesters


Both components (theory and practical / clinical) will be utilized throughout the course

Learning Module

Not available

Teaching Faculty

College of Homeopathy

Source Of Accreditation

New Zealand Qualifications Authority

Graduate Pathways

On completion, graduates can pursue postgraduate level courses

Career Opportunities

On completion, graduates can practice as accredited homeopathic practitioners

Course Fees

  • Tuition fees total – NZD2, 778.00
  • Books, stationery, clinical training, clinical assessments, NZQA registration, NZQA reporting, workshop treaties and NZQA diploma fees total – NZD1104.89 (human health), NZD783.89 (animal health)

(Check website (refer to contact details) for other methods of learning, fees e.g., extramural study, attending international students etc.).

How To Apply

Fill out the appropriate Application form (refer to links to download form), arrange for two references and post to the college address (refer to contact details).

Glossary, Abbreviations and Links

  • University entrance is a set of qualifications a student must achieve as set by the New Zealand Qualifications authority
  • NCEA (National Certificate of Educational Achievement) is New Zealand’s main national qualification for secondary school students and part of the National Qualifications Framework (NQF)
  • The New Zealand University Bursary or Bursary was a former New Zealand secondary school qualification gained by Year 13 (Form 7) (age 17-18 by December of  each year) high school students
  • 6th form certificate has currently been replaced with NCEA level 2
  • NZQA (New Zealand Qualifications Authority) quality assures secondary and tertiary qualifications and education providers, evaluates overseas qualifications and administers the New Zealand Register of Quality Assured Qualifications and the National Qualifications Framework
  • Application form –
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