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FALL 2023 Program AND Admission Updates

Changes to Program Offerings

Effective Fall 2023, the following program changes will occur:

*Note that the 12 and 16-month options will appear as separate programs in the online application. Applicants should ensure they are selecting the desired program (Advanced Certificate vs. Diploma) at the time of application.

More information on the new Network and Systems Administrator program options can be found at the above links.

Changes to Admission Requirements for Information and Communication Technology (ICT) programs

Effective Fall 2023, admission requirements to MITT’s ICT Programs (Network and Systems Administrator and Software Developer) have changed. Updated admission requirements are as follows:

  • A minimum average of 70% over the following, with no less than 60% in each course:
    • English Language Arts 40S (or an equivalent senior-level English Language Arts/First Language Literature course)
    • Mathematics 40S (or an equivalent senior level Mathematics course)
    • A third academic 40S course (or an equivalent senior-level academic course)
  • A score of 55% or higher on the Technology Programs Aptitude Test (TPAT)

All ICT applicants must meet these new requirements to be eligible for admission to an ICT program as of the Fall 2023 intake, including any students requesting a deferral from a previous intake to Fall 2023.

Changes to the Technology Programs Aptitude Test (TPAT) Re-Write Policy

As of the Fall 2023 intake, applicants who fail the TPAT will no longer be offered the option to re-write the test.

All applicants to Fall 2023 Information and Communication Technology (ICT) programs (Network and Systems Administrator and Software Developer) will be allowed to attempt the TPAT one time per application. Applicants who apply to two ICT programs in the same application will only be allowed to write the test one time only.

If an applicant does not score a passing grade, their application will be deemed ineligible. Applicants may submit a new application to the same, or a different, ICT program in the future and will need to rewrite the test as part of their new application. There is no limit to the frequently or number of times the TPAT may be attempted. Please see the TPAT Frequently Asked Questions for more information.

Changes to Available Program Sections/Times

Two additional program sections are now visible in the online application; Day – Morning and Day – Afternoon. Programs are now listed by the section they are offered in – Day – Morning, Day – Afternoon, Day and Evening. These sections are defined as follows:

  • Day - Morning: Program starts in the morning and ends by 1pm
  • Day - Afternoon: Program starts at or after 11am and ends by 7pm
  • Day: Program spans morning and afternoon (i.e. 'Full day')
  • Evening: Program starts at or after 3pm and runs past 7pm

The above provides a general idea of when a program will be offered and do not refer to specific start or end times. For specific program hours, please visit the individual program pages.

Change to Timeline for Fee Assessments for Admitted Students

Admitted students will be able to view a personal tuition and fee statement at least 4 months prior to the program start date. Once assessed, tuition and fees will be available/visible in the MITT Student Portal.

A tuition and fee estimate can be found on the letter of acceptance. Visit Tuition and Fees webpage for program/intake specific tuition and fees.

Reminder Re: Deferral Limits

Throughout the pandemic MITT has been flexible in the number of deferrals allowed for admitted students. The deferral policy will now return to its original state. As a reminder, admitted students are allowed a maximum of one deferral per admission. The deferral must be requested in writing to admissions@mitt.ca at least 30 days prior to the start of the program to be considered.

Reminder Re: Program/Intake/Section Changes

Once submitted, an application may not be transferred between programs or program sections (i.e. day to evening), or moved to a future intake. Please ensure that you are applying to the correct program, intake and section prior to submitting your application.

Applicants wishing to change the program, section or intake for which they applied must cancel their current application, submit a new application, and pay a new, non-refundable, application fee.

Fall 2022 Program and Admission Changes

Update to Number of Allowed Applications Per Applicant

Effective Fall 2022 onwards, applicants are allowed one active application with MITT at any given point in time with up to two post-secondary program selections. If applying to two post-secondary programs, both program selections must be made in the same application session. Once an application is submitted, a second program cannot be added to that application (even if only one program was initially selected). If you wish to be considered for two programs, you must select both programs prior to submitting your application.

To start a new application, all existing applications must be inactive (i.e. Inactive = All programs within that application must have a decision rendered of Ineligible, Withdrawn, or Offer Rescinded).

Once submitted, an application may not be transferred between programs or deferred to a future intake. Applicants wishing to change the program or intake for which they applied must cancel their current application, submit a new application, and pay a new, non-refundable, application fee.

**International applicants who have previously submitted an application to MITT and are using the services of an educational agent to apply to a new program should thoroughly review MITT's Agent Change Policy prior to submitting any new applications.

Each program selected requires payment of the applicable application fees. All application fees are non-refundable and non-transferrable.

Spring 2022 Program and Admission Changes

Reduced Spring Program Offerings

Our Spring program offerings will be reduced as of the Spring 2022 intake. The following programs will be available in Spring 2022:

  • Client Service Specialist Certificate
  • Business Management Post-Graduate Certificate
  • Human Resources Learning & Development Post-Graduate Diploma
  • International Business Post-Graduate Diploma

Additional sections and/or seats have been added to Fall and Winter programming to account for the reduction in Spring.

Fall 2021 Program and Admission Changes

Program Updates

The Auto Mechanics program has been changed to Automotive Services Technician as of the Fall 2021 intake. This program is an updated version of the Auto Mechanics program, which has undergone curriculum and structural changes to better align with industry needs. Information on the updated program can be found here.

The Health Care Aide and Unit Clerk program has been changed to Health Care Aide and Personal Support Worker as of the Fall 2021 intake. This program is an updated version of the Health Care Aide and Unit Clerk program, which underwent curriculum and structural changes to better align with industry needs. Information on the updated program can be found here.

Program admission requirements have changed. Please be sure to review the updated admission requirements on the Health Care Aide and Personal Support Worker program page.

Updated Aptitude Test Requirements for Technology Programs

As of Fall 2021, all applicants to technology programs (CDCA, NASA and SD) will now write the TPAT (Technology Programs Aptitude Test) in place of the PAT (Programmer Aptitude test). More information on the TPAT can be found here.

Applicants to technology programs are no longer required to complete a PAT/TPAT registration form as part of the application process. Applicants to these programs will be contacted by MITT after application submission to schedule a TPAT.

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