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Admission Process

Application Requirements

  • Official high school or post-secondary transcript
    You are required to submit an official high school or post-secondary transcript. Applicants 21 years of age or older who do not have a high school diploma are considered on an individual basis and must submit an official copy of their most recent transcript.

    An official transcript must come directly to MRU from the issuing institution or remain in the original sealed envelope if submitted by the applicant.

    If you attended high school in Alberta, British Columbia or Saskatchewan, official high school transcripts must be requested directly from the provincial ministry. If you attended high school in another province, contact the last high school you attended to request submission of your official high school transcript directly to Mount Royal University in a sealed envelope..

    In order to be considered for admission to the program, please request and submit an official paper copy of your high school transcript. Electronic transcripts cannot be accepted at this time. Click here for Alberta transcript request form.

    International applicants must present their original transcripts along with a certified translated copy from an approved translation service where necessary.
  • Statement of Career Investigation (included in application package)
  • Proof of English Language Proficiency (if English is not your first language)
    For more information please refer to Mount Royal University's English Language Proficiency Requirement.
  • Non-refundable $100 application fee

Recommendations prior to entrance:

When to Apply

  • Now accepting applications for Fall 2014.

Early Admission
Fall semester: December 1 - April 30 
Winter semester: September 1 - November 30 

Enrolment is limited. It is to your advantage to apply during the early admission period. Applicants who apply for early admission will be considered within 4-6 weeks of their date of application. Applications may be accepted after the early admission period, pending space availability. Visit this website for updates. 

Apply
Download the Application Form and submit to CE Registration.

Confirmation of Acceptance and Tuition Deposit
All students admitted to a program are required to confirm their offer of admission by paying a $150 non-refundable tuition deposit within ten (10) business days. The tuition deposit is credited to your student account and is applied towards your tuition. Failure to pay the tuition deposit within 10 business days will result in your offer of admission being cancelled.

Students who cancel their admission or course registration will forfeit the $150 non-refundable tuition deposit.

Direct Entry to Year 2
Graduates of a massage therapy program of 1000 hours or more (from Mount Royal University or another recognized institution) are eligible to apply directly into Year 2 of the 2200 hour Massage Therapy Diploma.

Application Requirements

  • Proof of completion of massage therapy program (1000 hour minimum).
  • Personal Statement (included in application package)
  • Non-refundable $100 application fee

When to Apply

  • Now accepting applications for Fall 2014.

Current students are given priority registration access for Year 2 courses. Once current students have registered, new applicants will be considered for entrance, pending space availability.

Apply
Download the Application Form and submit to CE Registration.

Confirmation of Acceptance and Tuition Deposit
All students admitted to a program are required to confirm their offer of admission by paying a $150 non-refundable tuition deposit within ten (10) business days. The tuition deposit is credited to your student account and is applied towards your tuition. Failure to pay the tuition deposit within 10 business days will result in your offer of admission being cancelled.

Students who cancel their admission or course registration will forfeit the $150 non-refundable tuition deposit.

Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition
Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition (PLAR) is a method of recognizing and accrediting the demonstrated knowledge that has resulted from prior work, academic and life experiences. For more information, see PLAR.

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