- Why study at MITT
- Winnipeg, a diverse, dynamic city
- Study and work permits
- International student health insurance
- Immigrating to Canada
- Engaging a MITT authorized education recruitment agent
- Ready to start your application?
Why Study At MITT?
Thank you for considering MITT as your study destination. We deliver practical training through one- and two-year certificates and diplomas in the areas of health care, human services, business information and technology, and skilled trades. In addition to providing you an education that leads directly to employment opportunities, everyone in MITT's learning community is dedicated to ensuring you have a truly memorable education journey.
MITT is diverse.
We welcome students from many countries around the world and our campus community actively celebrates the cultural diversity of our student body.
MITT is student focused.
Your success is our priority, so MITT offers comprehensive student supports and a personalized approach to learning to help you achieve your academic goals and set you on your career path. The result? We have outstanding graduation rates in all our programs.
MITT is industry driven.
We are in regular conversation with our industry partners to ensure our programs meet their needs and provide you with the skills and experiences you need to successfully find employment.
MITT provides students safe, respectful, learning environments.
We train our students for the expectations of the Canadian workplace by reinforcing standards (for conduct, respect, inclusion, and professionalism) in the classroom and in the policies that govern our Institute. Our campuses are located within or close to residential neighbourhoods and are serviced by major bus routes. We also employ day and evening security personnel to monitor our campuses and provide students a point of contact in the event they have any questions or concerns.
MITT’s programs are in high demand.
For all of the reasons mentioned above, as well as the opportunities Winnipeg offers as a welcome place to study, work and immigrate, MITT’s programs are very popular with international students.
Winnipeg: A Diverse, Dynamic City
As the largest city in Manitoba, Winnipeg is a prosperous and growing urban centre with a diverse population and economy. Home to world-class music and cultural festivals, countless restaurants, three professional sports teams, and year-round community events, Winnipeg is a hive of activity, commerce, culture, and fun. There are many public colleges and universities in Winnipeg, making it a great place to meet and connect with other students of all ages. Pegged as one of the five best cities in Canada to find a job, Winnipeg has many employment opportunities in high-demand industries to which MITT's programs are aligned. "Friendly Manitoba", as our province is known, has a strong and growing economy, welcoming newcomers with all types of talent and ambition.
Living in Winnipeg while you study
MITT offers a Homestay program for students who wish to live with a local family while they study. Among the benefits of this living arrangement are the opportunity to improve English language skills and make new friends. There are also many private or shared accommodations available for rent in close proximity to MITT campuses. Online search tools such as the Rental Network can help you find available properties for rent in Winnipeg.
Learn more about learning, living, and working in Winnipeg, Manitoba, here.
Start your journey with us
Your Journey as a Student
Your student journey at MITT, from application to graduation to starting your career.
|Before you apply||Choose your program and make sure you meet entrance requirements|
|Apply online||Go to mitt.ca/apply|
|Send documents||Submit the required official documents and transcripts to:MITT Admissions
7 Fulz Boulevard
|Secure your seat||Receive and accept your offer of admission
Pay the admission deposit
Receive your Letter of Acceptance (LOA)
|Obtain and submit your study permit||Proof of valid study permit must be submitted to admissions at least 30 days before the start of the program
Visit Permits, Visas and More
|Pay your tuition fees||tuition fees|
|Begin classes||Attend orientation
Join a club, volunteer, network
Connect with advisors
Attend work practicum
Build your resume
|Graduate||Cross the stage at Convocation with pride and a really big smile – you did it|
|Find your dream job||Launch your job-search strategy with help from Career Development Services
Land the job of your dreams
Study and Work Permits
It is the student's responsibility to ensure a study permit is applied for in a timely manner. Students wishing to apply for a study permit need a letter of acceptance from a designated learning institution approved by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC).The Designated Learning Institution Number (DLI#) for MITT is: O19391828428.
After receiving a Letter of Acceptance, you must apply for a study permit. Official information on requirements can be obtained from an IRCC office in Canada, a Canadian Embassy or Consulate overseas and/or the IRCC website.
Students who have been admitted to a post-secondary program must provide proof of a valid permit at least 30 days before the start of the program. If a valid study permit cannot be presented by this time, applicants can request a one-time deferral to the next available intake by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org (or email@example.com for English for Academic Purposes applicants). This request must be made at least 30 days prior to the start of the program.
Study permit through the Student Direct Stream (For applicants from China, India, Philippines, Vietnam)
China: Student Direct Stream (SDS)
Student Direct Stream (SDS) [IMM 5974]
India: Student Direct Stream (SDS)
Visa office instructions – Study [IMM 5976]
Philippines: Student Direct Stream (SDS)
Visa office instructions – Study [IMM 5836]
Vietnam: Student Direct Program (SDS)
Study Permit: Student Direct Stream [IMM 5975]
International students will be eligible to apply for a post-graduation work permit upon successful completion of a program at MITT. Click here for details.
International student health insurance
Updated September 25, 2018
MITT is pleased to announce their continued partnership with guard.me as provider of the MITT International Student Health Insurance plan, called “guard.me @ manitoba”.
The guard.me @ manitoba insurance plan provides MITT’s international students with coverage that is very close to what all Manitoban's receive through Manitoba Health.
This plan provides access to medical services for:
- routine health care needs
- existing, chronic, or new illness
- serious illness
- emergency incidents and accidents
Access to health care is very important to your wellbeing, and to your ability to learn. MITT has made enrolment in the guard.me @ manitoba plan mandatory/required for all of our international students.
Please visit International Student Health Insurance for answers to frequently asked questions about this new plan.
Effective September 1, 2018:
- MITT will charge international students for a mandatory health insurance plan
- Admitted students will receive email communications with specific details
Background: On March 27, 2018, the Province of Manitoba amended The Health Services Insurance Act, ending access to free universal health care for international students studying at Manitoba colleges and universities. This change is effective September 1, 2018, at which time international students and their dependents will no longer be eligible for Manitoba provincial health insurance on the basis of a study permit issued by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC).
This change will apply to new students as well as students continuing on in their program of studies within Manitoba.
Current students who will be continuing to study in Manitoba will be contacted directly by Manitoba Health and advised that their current health insurance will end as of August 31, 2018.
Please note that in some cases, international students and their dependents may continue to be eligible for coverage by meeting other criteria under The Health Social Services Act and the Residency and Registration Regulation (e.g. work permit holders).
Students who have additional questions about eligibility for coverage under the provincial health plan can connect with Manitoba Health, Seniors and Active Living:
Immigrating to Canada
What you need to know
Canada has clear rules governing who can provide advice on immigration, refugee, and citizenship matters:
- Lawyers and paralegals who are members in good standing of a Canadian provincial or territorial law society;
- Notaries who are members in good standing of the Chambre des notaires du Québec; and
- Citizenship or immigration consultants who are members in good standing of the Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council.
These rules are explored in greater detail on the IRCC website. Reviewing IRCC's site, as well as the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act, should be part of your research if you are considering immigrating to Canada.
Engaging a MITT authorized education recruitment agent
Engaging a MITT authorized education recruitment agent is your choice. Use of a recruitment agent is not required to apply to MITT.
MITT works with a global network of authorized recruitment agents in Canada and around the world and as a Designated Education Provider in Manitoba, MITT and our Authorized Recruitment Agents are required to adhere to the International Education Act. For more information and to review MITT’s listing of authorized recruitment agents, visit our International recruitment agents page.
Engaging a recruitment agent is a choice that each applicant and their family must consider/make on their own. If you wish to engage a recruitment agent, be sure you understand up front if they are an MITT authorized agent, what services they provide, what fees they may charge for services beyond what they are contracted by MITT to do and ask for all of this information in writing. If you have any questions or concerns about agents, let us know by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org.
In addition to the International Education Act, the following resources provide a comprehensive look at the rights and responsibilities of education providers, staff recruiters, and contracted agents; as well as information on how to find a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant who can assist you with immigration matters such as visas or study permits. We encourage you to familiarize yourself with these resources.
The Guide to the Code of Practice and Conduct Regulation for Manitoba Designated Education Providers, Their Staff Recruiters and Contracted Agents (link).
Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council website.
You are protected in Canada as students and as consumers
In addition to the measures MITT takes to provide its students a safe campus environment, there are a variety of regulations in place in Canada and Manitoba to help keep them safe as consumers.
Government of Manitoba
Ready to start your application?
Class sizes at MITT are limited and MITT’s programs are highly sought after by students in Manitoba and around the globe. MITT consistently receives many more applications than available seats in a given intake. Applicants should carefully select their program of choice, and should review MITT’s program pages before submitting an application to make certain you are interested in and qualified for the program of choice. You must also exercise attention to detail in completing the online application because incomplete applications will not be processed. Please see MITT’s What’s New and Admissions pages for more information.
Find a program that's right for you!