Paul Mitchell The School Sacramento at MTI College
Paul Mitchell The School will teach you everything you need to know in order to succeed in the beauty industry. We’ll give you the skills required to turn your passion and creativity into a rewarding career. Paul Mitchell The School’s reputation for innovation and excellence will open doors for you in the competitive job market.
What Makes us Sacramento’s Best?
MTI College, home of Paul Mitchell The School, is a respected institution of higher learning that has served the Sacramento area for almost 50 years. Our students can take advantage of the resources MTI provides.
Passing the Board Exam
It’s no surprise that 94% of Paul Mitchell The School graduates have passed the California State Board Exam. We’ll make sure that you are prepared for the Exam through our Test Pass Assurance Program, practice exams and the Final Phase Program.
Excellent Cosmetology Job Placement Record
MTI College’s placement record is the best proof of its value. In the past 10 years, over 90% of our graduates have secured jobs. Our Graduate Placement Program employs full-time Placement Officers with one goal in mind: to help you land the job of your dreams and get the career you deserve.
Receive Ongoing Help in Your Job Search
Our dedication to your employment search doesn’t end shortly after you graduate, or even after you get a job. Graduates in good-standing of Paul Mitchell The School are eligible for continued placement assistance throughout their career and are welcome to attend MTI hosted career fairs, brush up their resume writing skills, polish their presentation in mock interviews, and a be part of MTI’s “Top Grads” list. Whatever stage of your career you’re in, MTI College will be there to help.
Because we limit the number of students we accept to only 16 for each new class, we can meet all of your unique needs and give you one-on-one attention in a fun learning environment. We think that the special attention we give our students is why our graduates are so successful in passing the California State Board Exam and finding good jobs.
A Great Program with Great Leaders
Our program trains you in an environment that will challenge and energize you. You’ll gain hands-on experience by working in a real, working salon. Our Learning Leaders have all been certified in world-famous Paul Mitchell techniques.
Sharpen Your Business Abilities
As important as your cosmetology skills are, you’ll need more than that to thrive. MTI College can provide you with an education in business as well as beauty. Here you can learn all about marketing, merchandising, client retention, and cash flow management.
Rewards for Students
The Paul Mitchell The School program will reward you for the effort you make. Our reward program imitates salon-style commission structures and gives you the opportunity to win prizes like hair products, styling tools and makeup kits.
Review Program Assessment Data
Cosmetology Program Assessment 2011 (PDF)
Tuition and Registration: $19,234
Books, Paul Mitchell Kit, and Supplies: $2,691
All graduates: 100%
Based on the number of Cosmetology program graduates in the 2012-2013 award year (7/1/2012 – 6/30/2013) who registered for graduate placement services and secured employment in their field of study, and those who did not register and successfully obtained employment on their own.
A written and practical (hands-on) examination is required to become a licensed cosmetologist in California.
Licensure Pass Rate: 95.1%
(Based on Cosmetology program graduates in the 2012-2013 award year (7/1/2012 – 6/30/2013) who obtained their cosmetology licenses through the State of California Board of Barbering and Cosmetology. Review MTI’s exam pass rates and compare our results to other schools by reviewing the results posted by the California Board of Barbering and Cosmetology. Look up MTI College under “Cosmetology – Written Examination Results” and “Cosmetology – Practical Examination Results.”
View Cosmetology Examination Results
Percentage of students who graduate within the published timeframe: 60%
Note: The percentage shown above represents students who graduated from the program on or before the published graduation date. The majority of the remaining students completed the program within the timeframe allowed by the U.S. Department of Education, which is 150% of the normal program length. A student’s graduation date may be delayed by a few days or a few months due to circumstances such as the need to retake a course or the need for a leave of absence to care for an ailing family member.
All information provided in compliance with U.S. Code 75 FR 66948 §668.6.
Review Gainful Employment data in compliance with U.S. Code 34 CFR 668.6(b)(2)(iv).
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