Tuition & Fees

 Secondary Students  |  Post-Secondary Students

NSF Charges  |  Cancellations, Withdrawals and Refunds

 

SECONDARY STUDENTS

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 Institute upon departure from the program. Students may be required to purchase workbooks and additional supplies.

Students continuing their programs following high school graduation may be subject to tuition and fee assessment by the Institutute.
 

POST-SECONDARY STUDENTS

APPLICATION FEES AND DEPOSITS

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.
 

TUITION AND FEES

Canadian Students and Permanent Residents

Estimated tuiton and supply fees are listed one ach program page.  Current tuition fees are listed below, by academic year.

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).

Canadian Students and Permanent Residence may sign up for a Rotessa payment plan (this form will be provided with your offer of admission), or by one of the fee payment methods listed here.

International Students

Estimated tuition and fees are listed on each program page.  Current tuition fees are listed below, by academic year.

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2018-2019 TUITION AND FEES

All listed fees are subject to change.

Supplies

All students will be provided with a supply list prior to the start of their program, and are responsible for these purchases.
 

Other Mandatory Fees

Infrastructure/Technology Fee

$162

MITT Award Fund Fee*

$50

International Student
Health Insurance Fees

Visit mitt.ca/international for more information.

 TBD

TBD = To Be Determined
*Assessed only in Year 1 of a 2-Year program.
 

Tuition and Textbooks

Canadian and Permanent Resident Students

 Program

Tuition

Textbooks**
(paid with tuition)

SKILLED TRADES

Auto Mechanics

$4,550

$155

CAD Technician

$4,550

$615

Carpentry

$2,650

$321

Electrical Applications

$4,550

$803

Électricité (French Electrical)

$4,550

$260

Industrial Electronics

$4,550

$407

Industrial Mechanic/Millwright

$4,550

$375

Industrial Welding

$5,350

$203

Motosport Technician

$4,550

$284

Power Engineering (4th Class)

$8,600

$1,445

HEALTH CARE

Health Care Aide & Unit Clerk

$8,600

$669

Medical Office Assistant

$4,650

$936

Pharmacy Technician

$5,400

$297

Rehabilitation Assistant

$5,150

$9630

HUMAN SERVICES

Culinary Arts & Design

$4,550

$268

Early Childhood Education (YEAR 1)

$8,600

$856

Hairstyling

$5,350

$396

Hospitality Management (YEAR 1)

$8,600

$1766

Hotel & Hospitality Services

$8,600

$910

INFORMATION AND BUSINESS TECHNOLOGY

Business Administrative Assistant

$4,550

$1177

Cyber Defence & Cloud Administration (YEAR 1)

$5,350

$547

Cyber Defence & Cloud Administration (YEAR 2)

$5,350

TBD

Graphic & Print Technician

$4,550

$294

Network & Computer Technology

$5,350

$547

Software Developer

$9,400
(includes laptop)***

$401

POST-GRADUATE PROGRAMS

Post-Graduate Diploma in Global Logistics & Supply Chain Management (YEAR 1)

$8,600

TBD

Post-Graduate Certificate in Human Resources Learning & Development

$8,600

TBD

Post-Graduate Certificate in International Business

$8,600

TBD

Post-Graduate Certificate in Leadership & Management

$8,600

TBD

TBD = To Be Determined
**Issued by instructor; subject to change.
***Subject to change for Winter 2019 and forward.

 

International Students

Program

Tuition
(includes textbooks)

Most programs (YEAR 1)

$14,312

Most programs (YEAR 2)

$14,312

Health Care Aide & Unit Clerk

$14,662

Software Developer

$15,690
(includes laptop)***

TBD = To Be Determined
***Subject to change for Winter 2019 and forward.
 

INSUFFICIENT FUNDS (NSF) FEES

The current NSF fee is $25.00.

Any student issuing a cheque in payment of academic fees which is subsequently refused by the banking institution will be assessed this fee.  This includes any cheque returned by the bank for insufficient funds, stop payments and closed accounts.

Students who are using the Rotessa payment plan will be subject to this fee for any withdrawal attempt that is rejected.
 

CANCELLATION/WITHDRAWAL/REFUNDS

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 FormRefund Policy.

Refunds of tuition fees may be reduced by outstanding debts such as textbooks, kits and miscellaneous supplies or equipment.

In the event that a program is cancelled, students are eligible for a full refund of application fees, deposits and tuition fees previously paid.

Refunds and Student Loans

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.

Refunds and Sponsored Students

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.

 

Updated May 17, 2018

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