Course fees are to be paid in full and are due at the beginning of the course.
The NZQA and Ministry of Education requires the College to indemnify students’ fees throughout the academic year. The College’s policy is to maintain an extended trust account for fee protection in order to further protect student fees. Student fees are transferred from a trust account only as they are used by students. In the unlikely event of the College ceasing to operate, students can obtain a refund of unused fees from trustees.
To be classified as a domestic student you either need to hold NZ Citizenship or NZ Permanent Residency. For NZ Residency visa holders, you are a domestic student, however, to be eligible for Studylink – you would need to meet the criteria of having held a Resident Class Visa for 3 Years, otherwise, you would be required to self-fund fees.
Course fees do not include textbooks and other study-related resources. These study-related costs can vary from year to year. Refer to the attached fee schedule.
The College Diplomas are NZQA accredited and for domestic students, they are accepted for student loans and fees-free if you are eligible. Please note with part-time study, student allowances and course-related costs are not applicable. Please contact Studylink to check if you are eligible to apply.
College of Natural Health & Homeopathy has the following scholarship arrangements:
Scholarships are available for domestic students only.
Applicants will need to provide proof of financial hardship and be declined a student loan through Studylink. Each case is assessed individually and the decision is made at the discretion of the academic committee.
General scholarships are available at the discretion of the College.
Please contact the College at email@example.com for further information. Scholarships are available only for NZ Citizens or residents.