WHY STUDY AT MITT?
Study alongside students from all over the world. MITT delivers practical training through one and two year certificates and diplomas in the areas of health care and human services, information and business technology, and the skilled trades.
WINNIPEG HAS IT ALL
As the largest city in Manitoba, Winnipeg is a prosperous and growing urban centre with a diverse population and economy. Home to some of the best cultural festivals, restaurants, professional sports teams and 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. Manitoba, known as the friendliest province in Canada, has a strong and growing economy, welcoming newcomers with all types of talent and ambition. Pegged as one of the five best cities in Canada to find a job, Winnipeg has many employment opportunities in high-demand industries, including the skilled trades.
Manitoba is the only province where eligible students can receive a 60% rebate on post-secondary tuition fees! For more information on eligibility, and how to apply, please visit: www.gov.mb.ca/tuitionrebate/.
STUDY AND WORK PERMITS
Students wishing to apply for a study permit need a letter of acceptance from a designated learning institution approved by Citizenship & Immigration Canada. The Manitoba Institute of Trades and Technology (MITT) Designated Learning Institution Number (DLI#) is: O19391828428. For further information please contact MITT at +1 204.989.6500.
International students will be eligible to apply for a post-graduation work permit upon successful completion of a program at MITT. More details can be found at http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/study/work-postgrad.asp
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