“My journey with The Trichological Society of London has been a satisfying experience during which I have developed a deep knowledge of hair and scalp diseases / conditions. I attended a Harley Street Transplant Clinic and the Holborn Hair Clinic (London) each significantly assisted my skills development.
Professor Barry Stevens and Mr Edward Stevens were both available and helpful throughout my course of study. This is a respectable, academic, professional body”.
I graduated in May 2019 with The Trichological Society. I am now practising trichology in my country. Doing an online diploma was very convenient for me as I kept what was then my full time job and juggled a family with young kids. For Malta trichology is something quite new so online was my only option to pursue my studies . But I don’t regret any of it, actually I would like to take it forward. This course not only gave me the knowledge I needed to start a new career but also boosted my self esteem and helped me become more professional in the services I offer. Submitting my work and getting feedback was very straightforward. The professors and the mentors are amazing and keep following you even after graduating. This school has done many great things for me even if at first it seems hard with a lot of work and research to be done, if you keep going eventually you get there. I highly recommend attending the clinical practise as it changes the way you see things and the knowledge you gain comes handy later when you start seeing your own patients.
In my opinion TTS course is one of the best and unique in the field of trichology education. To qualify, The Society’s students are required to maintain the highest standards in all essay presentations and examinations in accordance with its reputation (a gift for society nowadays).
Due to the extensive knowledge gained my practice is growing, I am able to clear the doubts of patients and provide accurate diagnoses.
I recommend the TTS course for doctors with interests in scalp and hair sciences.
I am highly thankful to Mr A Shahmalak FRCS (President of The Society), Professor Barry Stevens (my Mentor), Claire and the The Society staff.
My good wishes are always with you.