Being a Massage Therapist is a rewarding and flexible career. At CCMH, we’ve had the opportunity to teach many students and help guide them on their journey of finding the best field and fit for them. While we understand that each stage of learning Massage can come with its own unique set of challenges, those who are just starting out usually need the most guidance – particularly when it comes to selecting a Massage Therapy program. When deciding on a Massage school, there are a lot of factors to consider. Would you rather attend a small college or large university? What are the steps to apply? And – probably the most daunting thing to consider – how much does it cost to become a Massage Therapist?
Most Massage Therapy programs in Canada are 2200 hours and can range in tuition from $15,000 – $35,000 not including books and supplies. Breakdowns of different massage school tuitions are available online, but you will also encounter some schools that don’t list their pricing without a meeting or commitment. At CCMH/WCCMT we list our tuition fees under the admissions tab on each of the campus websites.
Tuition is not the only thing to consider when selecting the school that feels right for you. The facility, instructors and curriculum is extremely important as well. At CCMH/WCCMT we will help eligible students work towards their goals. We offer several scholarship programs and have financial aid officers in each of our campuses that can help you with your financial needs.
Education is a big investment in both time and money, so make sure to do adequate research in finding a program that’s best for you. When looking at Massage colleges, take into account whether the program you’ve selected will provide you with recognized credits and qualifications for your field. Contact companies that you are interested in to see if they would hire a graduate from the school you plan on attending. As careers in Massage Therapy grow across the country, CCMH/WCCMT has upheld its reputation as a high-quality Massage college that is widely recognized and accredited. Don’t just let cost be the primary reason for choosing a school. Make sure to select a college based on the education, training and best fit for you!