Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Do I need to be fluent in English?
Yes. Individuals considering enrolling with CCM must be fluent in English to IELTS* 6.0 level, or equivalent as per the table provided below, and must provide evidence to reflect this. If a person does not meet the English language skills requirement, prior to application, they must undertake the relevant training and provide proof of proficiency before CCM can process their enrolment.
Comparison Chart for English Language Tests
|Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE)
Can I work whilst studying in Australia?
International students must check their individual Visa to ensure they adhere to their particular Visa conditions, which includes the capacity to work in Australia.
Can I defer my studies if I have special circumstances?
If you wish to defer your studies you will need to submit a formal request to the college. CCM can defer or temporarily suspend the enrolment of a student on the grounds of compassionate or compelling circumstances.
What resources do I need for study?
You will need to have the use of a computer and access to the internet for the entire duration of your study with CCM
What are the career outcomes?
Complementary Health – Studying our Complementary Health courses will give you a powerful range of tools to understand both the mind and the body, helping you to learn about your own inner balance, as well as being able to nurture the balance of others. Our unique courses provide the skills and knowledge to develop a career that is both rewarding and flexible.
These unique programs provide you with the opportunity to work in a richly rewarding career in a rapidly growing area of medicine. Our CCM graduates very often go on to build their own practices, many doing so around the commitments of their family life, while others use their expertise within specific areas such as fertility enhancement, learning difficulties, recovery from traumatic events, depression, pain and improving performance. Others have chosen to work within existing practices, alongside traditional medical practitioners, in integrative clinics.
You’ll learn a great deal about yourself and your place in the world around you, while gaining a unique blend of skills. You can play a leading role in helping people feel self-empowered in regards to their health and emotional wellbeing.