National Accreditation

European Massage Therapy School/Estelle Medical Academy is accredited by the Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools (ABHES)

ABHES
What does it mean when a school is accredited?

  • The school meets or exceeds national standards of educational performance for its curriculum set forth by an impartial nongovernmental agency.
  • The school may be recognized by the US Department of Education as a Title IV school, meaning that the institution can provide Federal Financial Aid.

Why is this important to me?

  • National accreditation ensures that your education is recognized anywhere in the United States (licensure requirements vary by state)
  • European Massage Therapy School/Estelle Medical Academy is held to higher standards of education and provides a comprehensive massage therapy curriculum including training from industry-leading instructors
  • Our school adheres to strict educational and operational requirements to ensure the success of all of our students
  • You can receive Federal financial assistance in the form of grants and loan (available to those who qualify)

Looking for accredited massage therapy courses?
We are among the top accredited massage schools in Illinois & Nevada!

Licensed vs. Accredited
Massage therapy schools are licensed by the State of Illinois & the State of Nevada. This is a license to operate and not accreditation. Students attending non-accredited schools will generally pay out-of-pocket. Non-accredited schools may not meet the same stringent standards as accredited schools. It’s in your best interest to seek out only accredited massage therapist schools.
Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools
7777 Leesburg Pike
Suite 314
N. Falls Church, VA 22043
www.abhes.org

 
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