All applicants must meet the general admission requirements as indicated below:

  • Interview with an admission representative.

  • The applicant must be eighteen (18) years old or older.

  • Provide Proof of Graduation (POG) of US high school or General Equivalency Diploma.

    (GED). If graduated from a foreign institution, the applicant must have the corresponding translation and evaluation by a member of the American Translators Association (ATA). For a list of approved translators visit Foreign diploma transcripts and college degree courses must be translated and evaluated by a member of the National Association of Credential Evaluation Services (NACES)

  • Demonstrate an ability to meet applicable program-specific requirements.

  • Complete the application for the appropriate program.

    Students currently attending high school will be not be admitted. No person shall be excluded from participation in Florida Medical & Aesthetic International School or be subject to any form of discrimination because of race, color, sex, ethnic origin, religion, age, or disability.


Applicants are required to visit the school in person to meet with an admissions representative. The admissions representative will discuss career goals, programs, and provide a tour of the school for each applicant. The prospective student must complete an application for enrollment where registration fee and related fee of the program are included.


Prospective students must complete a formal application to be accepted by the school. The applicant will complete and sign an Enrollment Agreement prior to beginning classes. Applicants are encouraged to complete the enrollment process well in advance, as the capacities of the courses are limited.


Students are expected to conduct themselves in a manner that will reflect the integrity and professionalism of the school. Therefore, all students must adhere to the following rules and regulations:

  • Come to school as if you were going to work well-groomed, conservative hairstyle, clean nails, and others. Wear white lab coat or jacket when working on clients.

  • Daily attendance is required. Any excused absences must be made up and all absences must be reported to the office by 9:30 a.m. the day of the absence.

  • All students are always required to work in a professional manner.

  • All rules of Sanitation and Sterilization must be followed. Students are responsible for their workstation. Students should re-drape treatment chair or table when they are finished. All supplies used must be replaced immediately. Wastebaskets must be

    emptied at the end of each day.

  • FMAIS is a free tobacco environment

  • No food or drinks are allowed during class or in work area at any time.

  • The students will be notified of any changes made by the institution by phone or email.

Any breach will subject the student to possible suspension for a period determined by the School Director. The School reserves the right to dismiss a student whose personal conduct is deemed unsatisfactory.


Students are required to wear a white lab coat, with a cost of approximately $25. All students are treated equally and are required to practice good hygiene as a daily routine. A clean, professional appearance is essential in the school because of the nature of our work. It is important to maintain a sterile environment. Students must comply with standards of dress established for safety or health reasons in specific classes.


Student transcripts are permanently maintained at the institution and are available from the Student Services Office. One copy of the official academic transcript is provided to each student upon program completion and satisfaction of all financial obligations to the school. Students may request, in writing, additional copies of transcripts for a fee.

Provided a hold does not exist, a student may request a transcript from the Student Services Office by completing a transcript request form. Transcript requests may be made in person or by mail. There is a charge of $25 for official transcripts, and $5 per Non-official transcript. Official and Non-official transcript requests may take approximately five (5) to ten (10) business days to process.


Our policy for transfer of credits/hours is as follows:

Transfer of Credits for Studies at Other Institutions

Florida Medical & Aesthetic International School gives credit for studies at other institutions that are approved within the United States, or proven equivalent United States accredited institutions. To be considered, a minimum grade of 2.0 or “C” must have been earned and courses must be comparable to a FMAIS courses included in the program of study. At least 25 percent of the credits required for completion of the program of enrollment must be earned at our School. Our institution accepts CLEP examinations for transfer of credit for general study courses that may apply.

The transfer of academic credits/hours is evaluated on a course-by-course basis and is ultimately decided by the institution’s Director of Education. The number of credits/hours that may be transferred for each course is determined by establishing credit equivalencies by the institution’s Director of Education once a student has been accepted. The institution will evaluate the transcript, at no cost, and make a written determination regarding any credits that may be considered for transfer. This determination will be made within seven calendar days of receipt of the transcript.

Transfer of Credits Between Programs within the Institution

The institution gives credit for studies for a previous program within the institution. Such credits are accounted and considered if classes previously taken are part of the new program of study.

Transfer of Credits earned at FMAIS to another Institution

The School cannot guarantee transferability of credits earned to any other educational institution. The transfer of credits earned at FMAIS are received at the discretion of the accepting institution. It is the student’s responsibility to confirm whether credits will be accepted by another institution of the student’s choice.