Important Information for International Applicants
IRCC study permit processing has been impacted by COVID-19. It is important that you check IRCC study permit processing times and understand current IRCC guidelines and requirements, as well as review our on campus start dates and withdrawal and refund information, before applying to MITT. Application fees are non-refundable.
Out of an abundance of caution and to safeguard our international applicants, applications submitted after the dates below without a study permit, study permit approval (e.g. Port of Entry Letter of Introduction) or without implied status (Proof of an in-Canada study permit application submitted before the previous study permit expired) will not be processed and will not be considered for future intakes*. Some exceptions may apply for applicants applying from countries identified by MITT as having acceptable study permit processing times. Please inquire with email@example.com prior to applying. Application fees are non-refundable.
Fall 2022 programs: was effective June 1, 2022 (Sales and Event Coordinator effective August 1, 2022)
Winter 2023 programs: September 4, 2022
Spring 2023 programs: January 2, 2022
*This does not apply to English for Academic Purposes Programs
A reminder: MITT always prioritizes complete applications that include all documents required to make an admissions decision. Review our International How to Apply page for details on required documents.
How do I apply for a MITT program?
Visit mitt.ca/apply to apply.
Applications submitted December 13, 2021 onwards:
Applications submitted prior to December 13, 2021:
Current Program Availability
Applicants can check current program availability for full time certificate and diploma programs anytime on the main application page. An applicant account is not required (scroll to the bottom of the page to search program availability).
Program availability for MITT's Lifelong Learning programs and Micro credentials and be found here.
Program availability inquiry form