The College of Integrated Nutrition and Homeopathy

Student Terms and Conditions

Published: April 2019

  1. About
  2. The contract
  3. Your rights and obligations
  4. Documentation required
  5. Enrolment
  6. Fees
  7. Fee liability and cancellation
  8. Your right to cancel
  9. Our right to cancel or amend
  10. Changes to an offer prior to acceptance
  11. Changes to a programme prior to enrolment
  12. Suspension of a programme prior to enrolment
  13. Changes to a programme following enrolment
  14. Unforeseen disruption
  15. Data protection


  1. About

1.1 The College of Integrated Nutrition and Homeopathy is a charity and a company limited by guarantee. Registration number: 11936258 England. Registered Office. Brentano Suite 2, Athenaeum Rd,  Prospect House, London N20 9AE

Telephone: +44 02084456111    (“the College”, “us”, “we”)


  1. The contract

2.1 These terms and conditions are for those applying to join The College of Integrated Nutrition and Homeopathy. By accepting an offer to study you are entering into a legally binding contract with the College and confirm that you agree to these terms and conditions and you should keep a copy for your own records.


  1. Your rights and obligations

3.1 In agreeing to these terms and conditions you are also agreeing to familiarise yourself with and adhere to all of the College’s regulations, policies, procedures and rules.

3.2 As an applicant you are required to adhere to the College’s Admissions Policy when providing information. Failure to do so may result in your application being rejected.

3.3 On receiving an offer you are required to adhere to the specific requirements of the offer letter for the course for which you have applied.

3.4 Once enrolled, you may be subject to disciplinary action and the College is entitled to terminate your enrolment if you fail to adhere to the full range of policies, procedures and rules set out at the end of this document.

3.5 The College will, for the duration of your enrolment on the course, provide services in accordance with the published course information, policies and regulations. The details of the standard course duration, including the month when studies commence, are provided in your offer letter.


  1. Documentation required

4.1 In accepting an offer, you confirm that you have provided accurate details of your highest formal qualification and all relevant previous study on your application form.

4.2 At enrolment, you are required to present proof of your identity in the form of an original, approved ID document – e.g. a scanned passport or drivers