New International Students
Welcome New Students!
Our next International Welcome Week Orientation sessions will take place on:
|August 27, 2018 &
August 28, 2018
||8:30 am – 3:00 pm||August 27th – Deltas room
130 Henlow Bay
August 28th – Pembina Cafeteria
1551 Pembina Highway
All new international students starting classes must attend orientation events. During the welcome week you will learn more about what to expect during your studies at MITT, get to know the campus, meet our staff and fellow students, and explore the city of Winnipeg.
Please make sure to check your program schedule to know the start time of your orientation. Punctuality is important – REMEMBER: we are working on Canadian time!
Check out a map and parking information, and look up how to get here by bus. You can use the Winnipeg Transit tool Navigo to find out how to get to MITT by bus (http://winnipegtransit.com/en/navigo).
Settlement in Canada
We want to welcome you with MITT! Learn about the college and the people that are going to be part of your experience at MITT. You will be part of different presentations about culture in Canada and what to do to better adjust to your new city: Winnipeg. This is also an opportunity for you to meet other international students.
Student Services & Student Success
You will receive information about the supports and services available for you at MITT. During these sessions you will get to know the names and faces of the people who are here to support you. Also, you will receive important information about the educational system at MITT and how to become a successful student.
Student Life & Career Services
There are many other things that happen at MITT apart from classes. We want you to engage in other aspects of student life. You will do a campus tour and get introduced to the student groups and sport activities happening at the college.
Settlement Fair & Discovering Winnipeg
Finally, you will learn about the process for obtaining a Library Card, Social Insurance Number, Student ID card, bus pass & locker. There will also be representatives from different utility services (cellphone, internet, bank) for you to finish your settlement in the city.
The program will finish by traveling to the famous Canadian Museum for Human Rights and the Fork Market and Historical site. This is an optional activity and registration is required to participate. The visit to the museum and the forks have a cost of $10 that includes transportation from MITT to the museum, admittance fee to the museum and transportation back to MITT. Lunch not included.
What should I bring?
Comfortable clothes, reusable water bottle, admission documents, transcripts, passport, study permit & lots of energy!
For questions or further information about orientation please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
We look forward to meeting you!
MITT Student Life
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