Complections College of Makeup Art & Design Located at
110 Lombard Street, Toronto, Ontario.
Phone: 416-968-6739


Before, during and after your time at CMU, we’re here to help! CMU administrators, staff and instructors are happy to answer any of your questions and assist you in pursuing your dream career.

The CMU payment schedules are in place for Canadian and International students to better assist you in organizing fees and having all payments taken care of by your start date. Feel free to browse the following links for more information on how you can apply for Federal Loans, a Student Line of Credit or OSAP. 

All tuition prices are quoted in Canadian Dollars and are subject to change.  All fees must be paid in Canadian Dollars and payments in any other currency will not be accepted.

Federal Loans

Student Line of Credit

Many banks offer a Student Line of Credit that provides funding at a lower interest rate then most credit cards. A Student Line of Credit is a personal loan to the student to assist with expenses with associated with post-secondary programs of study. 

To further explore Student Lines of Credit, visit the various banking websites listed below or speak with a banking representative at your local branch:

RBC – Royal Bank

• TD Canada Trust

• Bank of Montreal

• Scotiabank


OSAP is available for Ontario residents in any of our diploma programs. To apply for OSAP or to see the amount you would qualify for, please visit the OSAP website or view the 2017-2018 Maximum Amount Chart. For any questions regarding OSAP, feel free to contact the college and speak to an admissions representative.


CMU offers campus tours MondayFriday allowing you to see classes in session, meet instructors, and speak with administrators and current students. When booking a tour of the college, feel free to schedule a meeting with our Registrar to discuss any further questions regarding finances. Click HERE to contact us and to schedule a tour. 


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