Yearly Schedule

■ Lectures: Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays 09:30-16:30 (GMT)/10:30-17:30 (BST)
■ Optional English Course: Monday, Friday 10:30-13:30


  Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
1st year Mid-term test     Easter holiday     Promotion Application period end Entry ceremony     Christmas holiday
2nd year Mid-term test     Easter holiday     Final Exam Summer holiday 2nd year start     Christmas holiday

Lecture Content

■ Homoeopathic medicine (pathology and physiology) lectures are conducted by 'Mass Immunisation: A Point in Question' author and vice principal Trevor Gunn. Assistant principal and Materia Medica expert Frans Vermeulen lectures on his specialist field. Regular lectures are also given by renowned homoeopaths from around the UK and Europe. Principal Torako Yui, well known for her thoughts regarding iatrogenic diseases and the inner child gives lectures from Japan, and occasionally the UK, which cover everything from fundamental principles to advanced clinical application. In addition, a carefully selected team of Japanese certified homoeopaths lecture on a wide variety of subjects within the spectrum of homoeopathy.

■ It is possible for RAH Japan students to undertake short-term study at RAHUK
■ Our staff consists of a native Japanese homoeopath who is always on hand to provide assistance and advice.
■ After graduation, students may sit certification examinations for the Japanese Homoeopathic Medical Association (JPHMA), British Homeopathic Medical Association (HMA) and British Alliance of Registered Homeopaths (ARH).

Lecture RAHUK Format Number
1. Principle Yui (compulsory) Broadcast from Japan,
DVD,
RAHUK (twice yearly)
15/year (3 hours each)
2. Japanese lecturers (compulsory) Broadcast from Japan,
DVD
9/year (3 hours each)
3. RAHUK lecturers (compulsory) RAHUK 140/year (3 hours each)
4. English course (optional) RAHUK 28/year (Mondays & Fridays)
5. Guest lecturers to RAH Japan (optional) DVD Optional
6. Japan part time course UK schooling (optional) RAHUK 5 weeks/year
7. 2nd year case studies (compulsory) RAHUK 100 cases until graduation
8. Student clinic (optional) RAHUK Optional
9. Oriental Medicine course (optional) DVD 22 sessions/year