The following is a brief synopsis of the course offerings available to Ireland and EU (European Economic Area) students. Please take a moment to review this basic but important information about available courses, as well as study schedules, cost, and general course structure, etc.

Diploma Courses

CNM Ireland offers three diploma courses, as shown below. A diploma course equips students with the confidence, and all the skills necessary to set up a highly successful practice after graduation.

Naturopathic Nutrition

Herbal Medicine

Acupuncture

Short Courses

Short Courses are designed to inspire healthy, enjoyable living through natural therapies which promote good health. They offer students an opportunity to explore areas of personal interest, as either a standalone or before enrolling on a diploma course.

Nutrition for Everyday Living

Admissions Contact

dubininfo@naturopathy.ie
Tel: +353 (0)1235 3094

CNM
Unit 6, The Rear Courtyard,
19 Castle Street, Dalkey. Co. Dublin.

Study Schedules

Options

Full time, weekends and weekdays (Dublin only)
Part time, weekends (all colleges – Dublin, Cork, Galway and Limerick)

Intake Dates

Typically, students enrol for the Autumn (Oct) and Spring (Feb) semesters. However, since our Biomedicine and Naturopathy courses are built around a modular system, new students can join a course throughout the year.

Examples

Depending on your study schedule, the diploma courses can be completed in 3 to 6 years.

Full time study

  • Year 1: Biomedicine, Naturopathy Study and Naturopathic Practical
  • Years 2 and 3: Specialist training (Acupuncture, Nutrition or Herbal Medicine )

Part time study

  • Year 1: Biomedicine
  • Year 2: Naturopathy Study
  • Year 3: Naturopathic Practical
  • Years 4 and 5: Specialist training (Acupuncture, Nutrition or Herbal Medicine)

Our course advisors are here to help you create a schedule that suits your needs – contact us for information.