The Most Affordable Program in Atlantic Canada
AIH offers high quality acupuncture training for the lowest cost in the region. We want you to graduate with less, or no student loan debt, so that you can start your career right.
Ask us about payment plans, scholarships and funding options that help make your education fit your life.
How To Apply
- Complete the form online or off.
- Upload or email copies of your support documents, including transcripts, resume, government-issued photo ID, and a Passport-sized photo.
- Provide two (2) reference letters from people who can speak to your character, intentions and abilities.
- Provide a $75 application fee by e-transfer, cash or cheque.
Now Enrolling For
- High school diploma or equivalency test
- Two (2) years of post-secondary education, or equivalent professional experience
- Written and spoken English language competency (applicants may be requested to submit an official score report from an English proficiency exam such as TOEFL or IELTS)
Transfer credits may be granted for equivalent courses completed at another educational institution. Transfer credits must be requested and applied for prior to the start of the student’s first term at AIH.
A student must complete at least 50% of their program hours at AIH to be eligible to receive a diploma from AIH.
Tuition & Financial Aid
Career training is an investment in your future. AIH offers the most affordable Diploma of Acupuncture program in Eastern Canada to help people get started on their new career on better footing.
AIH’s program is structured to allow students to work part-time throughout their studies.
Financial aid is available in the form of payment plans and grants. Payment plans are available to everyone. Grants may be applied for when you apply to the program and at the start of each term. Grants are provided based on need and availability.
Full-time or part-time: $185/credit
Total base tuition: $28,120
Auditing for current students and alumni: $45/credit
Students may request a payment plan to spread out tuition payments across the term. Arrangements are to be made each term prior to the start of the term.
The class schedule is also designed to allow students to work part-time throughout their studies.
Students in Nova Scotia can apply for provincial and federal student assistance here: https://novascotia.ca/studentassistance/
Students outside of Nova Scotia can apply from student assistance through their home province.
Federal grants for full-time students, part-time students, students with children, students with disabilities are available here: https://www.canada.ca/en/services/benefits/education/student-aid/grants-loans.html
Students may also receive a Student Line of Credit from their bank to cover education costs. AIH can issue a letter of enrolment for this purpose.