The practice of Ayurveda is a process-oriented endeavour to promote health and adaptation to alterations in health and to alleviate illness in clients in a wide variety of situations and diversified settings. The Ayurvedic Medical Association UK founded the College of Ayurveda and supports its education aims. (https://ayurvedacollege.org/)
The College of Ayurveda offers two diploma programs: 1. Diploma in Ayurvedic Healthcare, a three-year course, and 2. Diploma in Ayurvedic Medicine.
The programme integrates ancient Ayurvedic wisdom and understanding the modern medical science and Western herbs using a blended-learning approach that combines self-study, online lectures, classroom tutorials, close mentorship and residential clinical practices in the UK, France and India. Students will gain extensive knowledge and understanding of
Ayurvedic concepts, Ayurvedic and Modern Anatomy, Physiology and Pathology, Ayurvedic Pathology, Diagnostics and Therapeutics, including Ayurvedic and Western Herbology. Research techniques and extensive clinical practice is undertaken to build student confidence before they become a competent Ayurvedic therapist or practitioner.
Curriculum is based on the WHO benchmark which is supported by the Ministry of AYUSH, Government of India.