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Tuition Fees

We know that cost is a key factor when considering further education. Thats why Canadian College of Ayurveda and Yoga offers a highly competitive tuition fee for its Certification Programs and Diploma in Ayurveda and Herbal Medicine and we endeavour to keep our tuition prices as low as possible, and are proud to offer top quality education at the lowest rate of all accredited ayurvedic colleges in North America. CCAY works to maintain a balance between minimizing the costs of tuition and other services and ensuring a high quality of education and support services. CCAY is a registered corporation in Ontario and does not receive any direct financial support from the federal or provincial governments.

Fee Details

The tution fee is limited only to in-class tuition only. Cost of textbooks, residential fee, will have to be borne by the enrolling candidates.

Certification Program in Toronto

◤ Certificate Course in Ayurveda Massage Techniques
6 Hours per day for Two Days ( Every month )
First Saturday & Sunday of every month
For RMTs & other Healthcare Professionals only

Total Cost of Program: CAD $ 500 + HST

◤  International Summer Certificate Course In
Ayurveda Medicine & Massage Techniques
100 Hours in 1 Month
6 hours per day (Monday to Thursday) for 4 weeks
For Healthcare Professionals only

Total Cost of Program: CAD $ 3000 + HST

 

Diploma in Ayurveda & Herbal Medicine

Part Time Course for Healthcare Professionals
1500 Hours
Total Cost of Program:CAD $ 18,000 + HST

All payments should be in favour of “Canadian College of Ayurveda and Yoga Inc.”
The payment of tuition and all other fees are payable by:

  • cash
  • cheque
  • certified cheque
  • Credit Card (Visa / Mastercard etc.)

Cheques need not be certified; however, any student who tenders a cheque that subsequently is not honoured by the banking institution will be charged a $30 fee plus the appropriate interest charge. Credit card payments are not accepted.

Students may request funds to be disbursed directly to CCAY from government loan programs and similar sources. In such cases, students may be allowed a brief grace period with respect to interest charges.