International | Fast-Track Diploma in Complementary Therapies | Level 3

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Course Type: International, Open to international students Campus: Central Brighton Campus Start Date: January 2022 Duration: 6 months Entry requirements: Good level of English, minimum IELTS Level 5.0 Awarding Body: VTCT

Why this course?

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Studying the six-month fast-track Level 3 Complementary Therapies course at the MET is practical and exciting. It provides students with the skills, confidence and experience to progress into employment or further their skills through study. 

On arrival to the UK, students will benefit from the embedded English for Academic Purposes programme. This includes four hours of dedicated tuition each week to complement and fully support the complementary therapies curriculum. Students will receive lessons on the key study and language skills required to successfully complete this course.

We highly recommend that all international students book their January course before the end of September 2020 to have access to this free support material that will greatly help them to prepare for their January course.

Starting October 2021, students enrolled on the Complementary Therapies course starting in January will have access to learning resources on Complementary Therapies subjects that include elements of Massage and Anatomy terminology in preparation for arrival to the UK and to the college. Materials will include recommended reading texts, quizzes, tasks, videos and listening texts.

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Entry requirements

You will need a good level of English and a minimum IELTS Level of 5.0 (or equivalent).

Entry requirements


The tuition fees for 2021-22 entry is £7,500, including the guided learning and English for Academic Purposes programmes.

In addition to tuition fees, students may incur additional costs such as the cost of materials, and travel and expenses for any excursions they take part in.

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