What are the start dates?
WCCMT Victoria offers two intakes each calendar year; January, and September. For a specific dates, click here.

Is financial assistance available?
WCCMT offers a program of study which is registered under the Private Training Institution Branch of the Ministry of Advanced Education; therefore financial assistance through Student Aid BC may be available to eligible students. To apply for student aid go to www.studentaidbc.ca.

What is the cost of tuition?
The tuition cost for domestic students is $33,250 and the tuition cost for international students $34,845.

Do you have campus tours?
Yes. Tours of the Victoria campus can be booked by appointment by contacting Admissions at 250 381 9800 ext 227 or e-mail: [email protected] We also offer “Student for a Day” programs for prospective students wanting to explore a career in massage therapy.

Is there a charge for the Student for a Day?
No, this program is free and available to prospective students investigating a career in massage therapy and wish to experience first-hand what WCCMT has to offer.

What are your prerequisites for admission into your massage therapy courses?
What are your prerequisites?
Applicants must have a minimum of high school graduation. Applicants are required to have successfully completed a three-day Introduction to Massage Program offered at WCCMT. Please see our Prerequisite Requirements page for the full list.

How can I determine if a course I have taken elsewhere will meet the prerequisite requirements at WCCMT?
If you are uncertain whether your course meets WCCMT requirements, please provide us with a copy of your transcripts and a description (course outline) of the course or courses for which you are seeking equivalency. If necessary we will conduct a prior learning assessment to determine which courses may be transferable. There is a $250 fee for this service.

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