In order to enrol in any Make-Up Designory (MUD) course of study, students must first complete a student application form. This must be submitted with payment of the applications fee. Students in all courses must be 18 years of age or have parental consent.

As a part of the enrolment process and before securing a seat in the class, all potential students are required to complete an interview process. The interview process includes a formal conversation with an Admissions Advisor and extends into interaction with other departments via phone conversations, e-mail correspondence, and in-person meetings. During the formal conversation, our Admissions Advisers will gain pertinent information from the prospective student to determine educational and career goals. It also allows the prospective student to ask our Advisers questions about the school and discuss expectations. The rest of the interview process is based on interaction with the faculty and staff at MUD; this helps us to determine if the prospective student is a good fit for our school. We have set a high level of standards for our students and graduates and it is important that our student body accurately reflects that by demonstrating a professional demeanour and good communication skills. If we determine that any part of the interview process has not met our expectations, we reserve the right to deny enrolment based fully or in part on our decisions from our interview process.

Student Application Forms may be obtained from the school or through an Admissions Adviser. MUD class size is limited, and availability is determined on a first-come, first-served basis. For this reason, students are encouraged to enrol as soon as possible. In order to complete the enrolment process, students must confirm that they have secured their finances to attend school and sign the Enrolment Agreement.



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