Covid-19 update

Primary Health Care Examination (PHCE) and LFHom Vet sittings are continuing in the UK and overseas face-to-face depending on local Covid-19 regulations.

Please contact your local Teaching Centre if you are ready to sit the PHCE or any other examination.

Faculty of Homeopathy examinations are open to statutory registered healthcare and veterinary practitioners with qualifications that are registrable in the UK.

Members' Examination 2022

The next MFHom exams in the UK will be held in June/July and November/December 2022. The exact date and venue for the exam sittings will be confirmed shortly after the application deadline. 

The deadline for the June/July sitting is Monday 14th March 2022 and the deadline for the November/December sitting is Monday 15th August 2022.

If you are interested in applying for either exam sitting and would like an application form please contact Academic Officer, Lisa Peacock, at [email protected] Please also talk to your tutor or teaching centre if you are interested in sitting the MFHom to ensure that you are fully prepared to sit the exam.

Specialist Register Examination 

If you are an MFHom interested in taking the Specialist Register Assessment please contact the Academic Officer or speak to your supervisor.

Examinations overseas

For dates of overseas examinations, international application forms, and international curriculum guidelines please contact your local Teaching Centre.

Examinations and Membership

To be eligible to sit the PHCE examination you must be an Associate member of the Faculty of Homeopathy prior to sitting the examination.

To be eligible for the MFHom examination or the Specialist Register examination your Faculty of Homeopathy membership subscription must be fully up to date.

If you have any queries about Faculty of Homeopathy examinations please contact the Academic Officer, Lisa Peacock, at [email protected] If you have any queries about Faculty of Homeopathy membership please contact [email protected]


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