New International Students
International Welcome Week (International Orientation) will take place from August 8-11 at the Henlow Campus.
New Student Orientation will take place on Sept 6-7 at the Henlow Campus and Pembina Campus.
Post-Graduate program Orientation will take place on Sept 8 at the Pembina Campus.
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 and get to know the campus, as well as meet staff and fellow students and explore the city of Winnipeg.
Check out this welcome from MITT's President!
Most events start at our Henlow Campus, 130 Henlow Bay, in the Delta Room at 9:00 a.m. Punctuality is important – we are working on Canadian time! Check out a map and parking information, and look up how to get here on the bus.
Students from visa-exempt countries like Korea, Japan, Singapore, Chile and the UK now need to apply for an Electronic Travel Authorization to enter Canada.
Settlement in Canada – We want to welcome you with MITT! First impressions always are important. Learn about the college and the people that are going to be part of your experience at MITT.
Presentation 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.
Staying Legal - You will receive more information about the supports and services available to you at MITT. During this session you will get to know the names and faces of the people who are here to support you. You will also learn about the importance of making connections and building your social capital.
Documents - The admissions team will finalize your student file by reviewing your Study Permit and transcripts from your previous studies. You will be able to obtain your student ID card, Social Insurance Number and receive information for obtaining your Manitoba Health Card.
Student Life – 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.
Winnipeg – We are finishing your Orientation Week by traveling to the famous Canadian Museum for Human Rights and the Forks 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 $5 that includes transportation from MITT to the museum, admittance fee to the museum and transportation back to MITT.
Please contact us if you have any allergies or special dietary requirements.
What should students bring?
-Monday: just be ready to listen, learn and have fun!
-Tuesday: study permit and original academic documents
-Wednesday: dress for some outdoor walking
-Thursday: dress for some outdoor walking, money to buy lunch
Following the International Welcome Week, most international post-secondary students will begin the Introduction to College and Work program.
Full program start: If you are unsure of your schedule, please consult your letter of acceptance, or contact your Enrolment Services Officer or firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
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