Build Your Future

Welcome to Manitoba’s newest public college.

We’re dedicated to helping you launch your first career, your next career… or explore a lifetime passion in more depth. Whether you’re 15 or 50, Canadian, or an international student looking to study in Canada – MITT can equip you with the skills in sought after fields that employers want. Our flexible and modern approach, combined with our growing number of programs designed in consultation with industry, give you the edge you need to succeed. Whatever your reason for wanting to study, MITT is here to help you achieve lifelong career success.


Let Your Passion Be Your Career

If you're not sure how to take that next step, our Career Coach tool can help you connect your interests with the right courses to launch a new career. Find job postings, salary potential and more for hundreds of careers in Manitoba. Click on the box below and get started.

  • 96%

    of MITT students felt that staff cared about their success

  • 88%

    of graduates found full-time employment in the their field of studies within six months

  • over 50%

    of MITT graduates have no student debt



MITT Celebrates 30th and Largest Ever Graduating Class

On Wednesday June 22 at the RBC Convention Centre in Winnipeg, the Manitoba Institute of Trades and Technology (MITT) held their 30th annual Convocation ceremony for the 2016 graduating class. Over 800 graduates from four campuses celebrated the occasion along with their family and friends.

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A Project – and a Relationship – Built for Success

Penn-Co is a well-known construction firm who started out in Blumenort, southeast of Winnipeg, back in 1959. Today, they span the continent and have a number of significant projects underway in the Winnipeg area. Penn-Co also has a growing relationship with the Manitoba Institute of Trades and Technology (MITT) which is helping our students get their start in the booming construction industry.

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Now in its fifteenth year of operation, YouthBuild MITT Winnipeg offers academic, vocational and on-the-job training. The program involves Indigenous learners at the community level, encourages them to stay in school, develop their self-esteem, develop a career plan and acquire more responsibility.