Document Requests and Forms

Document Requests

Letters of Acceptance (LOA) – MITT does not accept requests for updated Letters of Acceptance. All full-time post-secondary students are issued an LOA via email upon admission to MITT. If required, applicants can obtain a copy of their LOA anytime by logging into their application status hub and downloading their LOA from the Communications Tab (see the communication titled "IMPORTANT: Your MITT Acceptance Package" - the PDF LOA will be attached).

Provincial Attestation Letter (PAL) – If you’re eligible, MITT will request your provincial attestation letter from the Province of Manitoba. Once it is available, we will send an email with your provincial attestation letter to the email address used on your application.

At this time, we are only accepting requests for a provincial attestation letter from the following individuals:

  1. Students admitted to the Spring 2024 Intake (beginning in May 2024) who have received their MITT Letter of acceptance (LOA)
  2. Students who are jointly admitted to MITT’s English for Academic Purposes program and a future academic program (i.e. a certificate or diploma program). Students must be admitted to one of the following English for Academic Purposes intakes to qualify:
    • April 1, 2024 start date
    • May 13, 2024 start date
    • September 4, 2024 start date

Students who fall into one of the above categories can request a provincial attestation letter using the following steps:

  1. Email PAL@mitt.ca from the email address associated with your MITT application
  2. In the subject of the email, please state “PAL request for [Student Full Name], MITT Student ID [MITT Student ID]”
  3. In the body of your email, include the following information:
    1. Your full name as it appears on your passport
    2. Your MITT Student ID
    3. The Intake (i.e. Spring 2024, Fall 2024, Winter 2025, etc.) that you have been admitted to
    4. The program you have been admitted to

Once submitted, please allow five (5) business days for your provincial attestation letter to be processed. Once ready, it will be sent to the email address associated with your applicant account and be available for download via the Application Hub.

Requests received from third party email addresses not associated with your MITT application account will not be processed.

Note: We are not currently accepting provincial attestation letter requests for students admitted to the Fall 2024 or Winter 2025 intakes or for English for Academic Purposes only programming. Requests received for students admitted to these intakes will not be processed or kept on file for future processing. We hope to begin offering provincial attestation letters to students admitted to these intakes/programs soon. Please continue to check MITT’s IRCC FAQs for updated information on provincial attestation letter availability.

Work Practicum Letters (i.e. Confirmation of Work Practicum) – MITT does not accept requests for updated Work Practicum Letters. All full-time post-secondary students who are admitted to a program that has a work practicum are issued a Work Practicum Letter via email upon admission to MITT. If required, applicants can obtain a copy of their Work Practicum letter anytime by logging into their application status hub and downloading their Work Practicum Letter from the Communications Tab (see the communication titled "IMPORTANT: Your MITT Acceptance Package" - the PDF Work Practicum Letter will be attached).

Confirmation of Enrolment (COE) - Please visit the Current Student Official Document Request and Forms page 

Forms

Other Forms

The following forms have been moved to the Official Document Request and Forms page:

  • Document Request Form
  • Transcript/Parchment Request Form
  • ESL Document Request Form

Contact us today and we will be more than happy to help you with any questions or concerns you have.

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