Tuition & Fees
Note: The information on this page is currently under review.
Sponsorship of secondary students and coverage of tuition costs is the responsibility of the sending school division.
Once registered, textbooks are loaned to students and must be returned to the College upon departure from the program. Students may be required to purchase workbooks and additional supplies.
Canadian Students and Permanent Residents
Program-specific tuiton and supply fees are listed in the appropriate program page.
Resource and reference books may be made available for “in-class” use only, and students will be provided with lists and estimated costs for any required supplies (e.g. steel-toe boots) and/or test (e.g. fit mask test).
Tuition fees for international students are approximately $15,000 CDN per year, and vary by program. Program-specific fees can be found by visiting the appropiate program page.
The Manitoba government provides high-quality health insurance at no cost for international students who hold study permits valid for 6 months or longer.
Student's who do not qualify for Mantitoba Health can obtain international student insurance through MITT at a cost of $2.00 per day.
Application and deposit information for our full-time post secondary programs is inluded in the post-secondary admisson steps.
Please note: Applicants with outstanding accounts from previous programs at the Institute will not be permitted to register until full payment has been received.
Any student issuing a cheque in payment of academic fees which is subsequently refused by the banking institution will be assessed an Insufficient Funds Fee (NSF Fee) of $25.00. This includes any cheque returned by the bank for insufficient funds, stop payments and closed accounts.
Students are responsible for notifying the MITT when withdrawing from their program of study. Withdrawals are assessed based on the refund policy. Please see: Withdrawal Policy; Withdrawal Form; Refund Policy.
In the event that a program is cancelled, students are eligible for a full refund of application fees, deposits and tuition fees previously paid.
Educational institutions are required by law to forward any refund for student loan recipients directly to the lending institution for the reduction of student loan debt.
Educational institutions are required by Education Training Services and other sponsoring agencies to forward any refunds directly to third parties who paid tuition on behalf of a student.
Refunds of tuition fees may be reduced by outstanding debts such as textbooks, kits and miscellaneous supplies or equipment.