Canadian Student Application

If you are a Canadian Citizen or Permanent Resident, please review the following steps to help guide you through the application process.

Step 1: Before you apply

Choose your program

Decide when you want to begin your studies

  • Certificate, Post Graduate Certificate and Diploma Programs: We offer two intakes a year in September and February. Program availability varies by intake, please check your program on the program listing page.
  • Apply Early! Programs are filled on a first come, first served basis and often fill up months ahead of time. Early application is encouraged. Students are recommended to apply at least 6-8 months in advance.

Determine if you meet Entrance Requirements

  • Meet program specific entrance requirements (go to the program page, select the program of interest which will provide you with an overview of the program).
  • Applicants who have completed their education outside of Canada can find country specific entrance requirements here.
  • Skills assessments are offered to applicants who do not meet the program specific entrance requirements.
  • Determine if proof of English Language Proficiency is required.
  • Don’t meet our English Language Proficiency requirements? Language classes and testing are available through MITT’s English Language Training Centres.

Prepare supporting documents

The following documents are required for admission:

  • Final high school transcript (original or notarized copy). If you are still studying, please submit the most up-to-date transcript available. High school students can apply after they have completed grade 11 and can provide interim transcripts.
  • Post-secondary transcripts and proof of post-secondary graduation (if applicable)
  • Proof of English language proficiency will be required if your first language is not English or if your education is from a country where English is not the primary language.

Step 2: Apply Online

  • Click here to apply online.
  • Non-refundable application fee of $75.00 must be paid online
  • A paper application form is available upon request. The cost to apply using the paper application form is $110.00. The application form can be requested by emailing enrolment@mitt.ca.

Step 3: Submit supporting documents

To finalize your admission all original documents (see step 1 for complete list) must be submitted to:

Manitoba Institute of Trades and Technology
Admissions
7 Fultz Blvd.
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
R3Y 1G4

Documents can also be provided in person at the Henlow Campus (130 Helow Bay). Applications will not be processed until all supporting documents have been received.

*Please note that all documents submitted become the property of MITT.

Step 4: After you apply

Application Processing

After we have received your completed application it will be reviewed by one of our Enrolment Services Officers. Please allow at least two (2) weeks for processing. The status of your application can be reviewed in your application portal.

Please note that an application is only considered complete once it has been submitted and paid and all required documents have been received. If your application is incomplete a letter/email will be sent to you outlining missing documents.

Emails or letters you receive will have the contact information for an Enrolment Services Officer who can assist you with your application as well as the enrolment process.  

Once your application is complete a letter will be issued by mail outlining one of the following: 

  • Application does not meet entrance requirements as well as the specific conditions that are outstanding e.g. math 40S is required; or
  • Application meets entrance requirements a seat is not available at this time a letter of offer will be sent to you when the next program seat is available; or 
  • Application meets entrance requirements and an offer of admission will be mailed to you.

Receive your Offer of Admission

Once your application has been processed you will be mailed an offer of admission letting you know you have met admission requirements and a space is available in your selected program/intake. This offer will include a request to pay a non-refundable admission deposit of $200.00.

Accept your Offer of Admission

To accept your offer, you must pay the required tuition deposit by the deadline outlined in the offer.

Receive a Letter of Acceptance

Once you have accepted your offer of admission you will be provided with a letter of acceptance.

Pay your Tuition Fees

You will be provided with a Rotessa Tuition Pre-Authorized Debit Agreement as part of your acceptance package. This agreement will outline the amount of tuition fees that must be paid and the deadline for payment of these fees.

Students have three options:

  1. Pay in full – Full tuition payment is due one month prior to the start of classes on the first of the month as indicated on your letter of acceptance (i.e. If your class begins on September 10th, your tuition payment is due August 1st).
  2. Pay in two installments ($36.75 payment plan fee) – Payment is due in two installments.
  • The first installment is due one month prior to the start of classes on the first of the month (i.e. If your class begins on September 10th, your tuition payment is due August 1st).
  • The second installment is due four months after the first day of class on the first of the month (i.e. if your classes begin September 10th, your second tuition installment is due December 1st).
  1. Pay in five bi-monthly installments ($52.50 payment plan fee) – Payment is due in five installments.
  • The first installment is due one month prior to the start of classes on the first of the month (i.e. If your class begins on September 10th, your tuition payment is due August 1st).
  • The next installments are bi-monthly and are due every two months on the first of the month based on your initial payment (i.e. if your classes begin September 10th, the first installment would be August 1st, the second installment is due October 1st. the third installment is due December 1st, the fourth installment is due February 1st, and the fifth installment is due April 1st.

Students who do not pay their fees by the deadlines indicated will be automatically withdrawn from their program.

For more information on program specific tuition costs, please visit the program overview page.

Attend Orientation and Begin Classes

Information on orientation, class time and location will be made available online at http://mitt.ca/student-services/orientation prior to the start of your program.

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