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Welcome to astrologycollege.com

Camp fire 3astrologycollege.com delivers distance learning astrology courses (correspondence courses) worldwide for personal development and/or for professional training.

The astrology distance learning courses come with the one-to-one support of an experienced tutor who will guide you through your studies. The college name suggests that our courses are entirely computer based, but you do not need a computer to study with us. Our Taster, Foundation and Diploma courses may suit you if you would like the flexibility to study astrology at home in your own time.  Earth0

You are welcome to study with astrologycollege.com, whether you would like to learn astrology for personal development or you would like to become an astrological consultant. If you want to train as a professional astrologer, we guide you in how to work with clients safely.

Air5“After much research I chose astrologycollege.com because I felt that their syllabus was the most thorough and in depth, and would give me the best preparation possible to become an astrologer. The support I have received from everyone at astrologycollege.com has been fantastic and I can’t thank my personal tutor enough for all the support she has given me. I feel that with the teaching I have received from astrologycollege.com I can go out as a practising astrologer with confidence.” Joyce, UK.

Water7The pictures on this page represent the four elements used in astrology:  Fire, Earth, Air, and Water.  Photos of Zodiac Signs, Moon and planets on other pages are from Fotolia.

 

 

News and Events – Medical Astrology

Recently, the Conservative MP for Bosworth, David Tredinnick, has recommended that astrology could be used in the NHS (National Health Service for those overseas).  Much needs to be clarified, but that is a difficult task when approaching the media.  It is illegal for astrologers, unless they are medically qualified, to diagnose illness, but astrologers can help a great deal in encouraging general well-being with their clients as long as they do not become too specific and avoid medical areas they should not touch.  Until the Age of the Enlightenment, which started in the 17th century, many physicians and herbalists were also astrologers.