Diploma Programmes in Holistic Therapy in UK

Holistic-TherapyProfessional Diploma Programmes in Holistic Therapy and holistic medicines are available in many UK colleges and universities. But most reputed names among them are those of the Thames Valley University,  the Swansea College UK, the Cardiff College International, UK and the Ystrad Mynach College, UK.

Holistic Therapies Diploma (VTCT) Level 3 diploma offered at the Thames Valley University is a short term course with a course length of three months to one year. This diploma programme is available for international students as a full time on-campus study programme. Course normally begins in the month of September.

Swansea College, UK and Ystrad Mynach College, UK also offer Holistic Therapy Diploma Level 3 programmes. This course is also a short term course with a course length of three months to one year. This diploma programme is available for international students as a full time on-campus study programme. Course normally begins in the month of September.

Holistic Therapy for International Students Diploma (IIHHT) is available at the Cardiff College International, UK. This short term diploma programme is available for international students as a full time on-campus study programme ranging from three months to one year. Course normally begins in the month of September.

Apart from these diploma programmes, a certificate programme in Holistic Therapy is also offered at the Thames Valley University. This course, titled as Holistic Therapies Certificate (VTCT) Level 2 , is offered as a full time on-campus programme for international applicants. Duration varies from three months to one year and course start date is in September.

International candidates who wish to join these diploma programmes must have successfully completed their senior secondary education, preferably in science stream and they should have an English language proficiency certificate such as IELTS or TOEFL certificate. More details about these study programmes can be availed from the respective institutional websites.


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  • With attempts to increase regulation of holistic therapies in the UK, it makes good sense to receive recognised qualifications.