Get a job using technology to support companies and end users. MITT has business and information technology programs to launch your career, including Business Administrative Assistant, Cyber Defence and Cloud Administration, Network and Systems Administrator, Network Security and Software Developer.


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Administrative Assistants are essential employees in almost every organization and must possess a wide range of skills such as flexibility, adaptability, problem solving, decision making and time management as well as strong knowledge of the business environment, administrative policies and computer use for business purposes.

Cyber Defence and Cloud Administration student sitting in front of a computer with hands on keyboard while the teacher is steering with the mouse

Cloud computing is widespread. Servers, apps and data centres are now being delivered virtually – over the internet. With MITT’s new Cyber Defence and Cloud Administration (CDCA), you’ll learn how to ride the new wave of secure IT infrastructure.

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Students in the Network and Systems Administrator program develop comprehensive skills in network infrastructure support using Cisco Systems and Microsoft products to create a secure enterprise network.

Students work with routing, switching, firewall, and server technologies to deploy a reliable and redundant network that also supports remote access and wide area interconnectivity.

Network Security student working in a server room

The Network Security Diploma program is jointly offered through the University of Winnipeg (Professional, Applied and Continuing Education) and Manitoba Institute of Trades and Technology.

This diploma provides a balanced training approach between hands-on practical experience and the theoretical/conceptual nature of IT security. Graduates will have an in-depth knowledge of various protocols, network standards, designs, and security solutions.

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The Software Developer graduate acquires the basic knowledge, skills, and abilities to qualify for career opportunities as a Junior Software Developer in the ICT sector. Students complete practical, hands-on projects in front-end and back-end development, technical writing and communications, project management, mathematics, and problem solving to become job ready within twelve months. Students further develop their professional presence on the platform GitHub. Students should expect to work collaboratively on project-based assignments.

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Frequently Asked

You can see which program are currently available for international students here.
Full information for International students applying to MITT can be found here.
As an institution dedicated to student success, we recommend you find a program that fits your career goals. Check out the resources on the Career Development Services page or email for more information.
While we do not offer student residences, our campuses are located in safe and vibrant neighbourhoods in South Winnipeg. Please refer to the resources found here.
Check out the programs listed by the campus [PDF] chart as well as campus maps for Fultz [PDF], Henlow [PDF], and Pembina [PDF].
From an English exempt country, proficiency in English may be demonstrated by one of the following methods:
As a public institution, MITT is pleased to offer international students an affordable post-secondary education experience. Tuition and fees vary by program. For program-specific details, please view Tuition & Fees.
Please find more information on how you can be eligible for a PGWP, visit this page: PGWP (Post-Graduation Work Permit). To learn more about applying to PGWP, Contact International Recruitment.
The international Recruitment Team hosts a bi-weekly MITT International Cafe where we connect with small groups of prospective international students, provide program advice, and answer any questions they may have.

MITT also has a team of regional recruitment specialists who provide real-time support to students in their home countries. These are independent consultants under contract with MITT. Connect with our Regional Recruitment Specialists.

For additional support, please email us.
You need a study permit if your course or program is longer than 6 months. To learn more about study permits and visas, visit this page: PGWP (Post-Graduation Work Permit).
Every international student at MITT is enrolled in a mandatory health plan which gives students access to health care services. For more information regarding the coverage and details please refer to the following site.

Website: International Student Health Insurance.
If you are an authorized agent, please refer to our International Recruitment Agents web page. If you would like to become a recruitment agent with MITT, please email our agents email address.