FAQ: Enrolling at NYSH

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Can I drop by the school or arrange for a tour?

We welcome visitors by appointment only. If you would like to sit in on a class, you are welcome to come and audit by making arrangements with Alexis, NYSH Administrator, at 212-925-4623.

We have a very pleasant classroom space located in lower Manhattan, easily accessible by multiple subway/bus routes. Our private classroom sets us apart from other schools in New York City; it houses a lending library, study groups, and our Graduate Apprentice Program (GAP Clinic) – an internship program that bridges the gap between graduation and private practice.

What are the requirements for enrollment at NYSH? 

  • We require that you be a U.S. Citizen or have Landed Immigrant/Registered Alien Status, as we are not able to sponsor individuals for student visas.
  • Because NYSH has a rigorous curriculum, we recommend that all prospective students already hold an undergraduate degree. You must have an excellent command of the English language (written and oral).
  • To apply, you will need to fill out the application and meet with us at the free Information Session held in September, or audit a class during the previous year.

Documentation If you are applying as a transfer student, we will require documentation and references. 

How do I apply to the New York School of Homeopathy?

  1. First, register for our annual free Information Session or to audit a class by clicking here or calling Alexis at 212-925-4623.
  2. Download and complete the application form here. Send the completed form, along with your tuition payment made out to NYSH (just those initials, exactly as shown) in the form of a check or money order in U.S. funds ($3,800 or the first installment of $1050) to:

New York School of Homeopathy
139 Fulton Street
Suite 818
New York, NY
10038

  • Please note that there is a non-refundable deposit/administrative fee of $200.
  • We only accept payments by regular USPS mail (do not send registered or certified mail). 

 

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