REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION:
All applicants are considered on the basis of their academic achievement,
relevant work and volunteer experience, motivation, character, humanistic
qualities and maturity. Mature students are admitted on the basis of a combination of education status and work experience. It is recommended that applicants have some post secondary biology and chemistry.
Applicants must submit:
1. An Application Form, signed and dated
2. Official transcripts from educational institutions previously attended
3. Your Resume or Curriculum Vitae
4. Confirmation of sponsorship and completed Sponsorship Form, if any
5. Two recent letters of Reference
6. Your Sponsorship Form if you are sponsored by a First Nation, Metis or Inuit Education Program
7. Submit administrative and tuition deposit of $550.00
Step I: A preliminary interview will take place with all candidates who have
submitted completed applications.
Step II: Candidates selected from the preliminary interview will meet with the
DNHMERCI Admissions Panel prior to entrance approval.
Students must register on or before July 15th, 2002.
In person: Weekdays from 10:00 A.M-4:00 P.M. at 185 Henderson Highway
By mail: Send to 185 Henderson Highway, Winnipeg, MB R2L 1L5
Students are officially registered in the DMS program upon receipt of a $550.00 deposit ($500.00 tuition deposit plus $50.00 administrative fee) by July 15th, 2002.
Tuition for 1st year $7500.00
Tuition for 2nd year $7500.00
Tuition for 3rd year $7500.00
Tuition for 4th year $7500.00
Labs (Annual) $ 200.00
SCHEDULE OF PAYMENT
Please make your Certified Cheque or Money Order payable to:
Dr. Nielsen's Homoeopathic Medical Education & Research Centre Inc.
Administration fee and tuition deposit
The $550.00 administration fee and tuition deposit must be paid upon registration.
Students may choose one of the two options listed below to pay the remainder of the tuition.
Full payment of $7,000.00 on or before August 9th, 2002
Tuition deposit of $1500.00 on or before August 1st, 2002
First semester payment of $2,000.00 on or before August 9th, 2002
Second semester payment of $3,500.00 on or before December 6th, 2002.
INTERNATIONAL STUDENT FEES
The first year tuition fee is $8000.00 U.S.
ADMINISTRATION AND OTHER FEES
Examination or assignment rewrite $ 50.00
Examination rescheduling (one time only) 150.00
Transcripts (per copy) 10.00
Non-Refundable application fee 50.00
The Homoeopathic Medical Council of Manitoba Inc. (Annual Fee) 50.00
Homeopathic Medical Council of Canada (Annual Fee) 50.00
Homoeopathic Board Examination (4th Year) 300.00
Student Association Membership (Annual) 20.00
WITHDRAWAL AND REFUNDS
The $500.00 tuition deposit will be returned for all unaccepted submissions.
The Administrative Fee of $50.00 is not refundable.
Students may cancel completely without financial charges up to and including August 16, 2002.
Students may cancel completely with a financial charge of $500.00 and all other costs paid on behalf of the individual student up to and including August 30, 2002.
Students may withdraw completely with a financial charge of $1,000.00 and all other costs paid on behalf of the individual student up to and including September 20, 2001.
There will be no refunds for students who withdraw after September 20, 2001.
Each cancellation or withdrawal must be submitted in writing to the President and received at the DNHMERCI Office by 4:00 p.m.
TRANSFER STUDENTS FROM OTHER HOMOEOPATHIC COLLEGES
If you are transferring from another College, an interview will take place with the President and Dean of Education to determine which courses you will receive transfer credit.
CLASSES AND ATTENDANCE
1. Classes are held at Red River College, 2055 Notre Dame Avenue,
Monday to Friday from 6:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.
2. All students must attend a minimum of 80% of their classes (some exceptions may apply, for example, medical reasons).
CLINICAL EXPERIENCE AND ATTENDANCE
1. Clinical Internships are supervised at Nielsen's Homoeopathic Clinic,
185 Henderson Highway, Monday to Friday
2. Teaching clinics run throughout the two semesters.
3. Students will be exposed to some experience at community satellite clinics.
4. All students must complete a minimum of 95% of their Clinical Experience (some exceptions may apply, for example, medical reasons).
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