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Start your career path at the Manitoba Institute of Trades and Technology (MITT). We offer more than 30 post–secondary and post–graduate programs in five work areas: Applied Business, Design and Manufacturing Technologies, Health Care, Human Services, Information and Communication Technology, and Skilled Trades.

Most MITT programs take one to two years to complete, with multiple intake dates so you can start at a time that works best for you.

English at MITT

Programs at MITT are delivered in English; but this does not mean language is an obstacle.

International students take an English language proficiency assessment before completing registration. Applicants who do not meet proficiency requirements may be assessed and/or enroll in language training at MITT’s English Language Institute (ELI). Accredited by Languages Canada, the ELI offers a variety of English language programs.

We offer one–on–one program consultation via email, phone and Zoom.

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MITT is the only college in Manitoba that integrates employability skills training into every program it offers. Our career development services team hosts MITT Work Skills workshops throughout your program to equip you with additional skills you need to find, and successfully transition into your career.

Pathways to immigration through PGWP

MITT graduates are eligible for the Canadian Post-Graduation Work Permit Program (PGWP). As a recognized designated learning institution, successful MITT alumni are able to get an open work permit, allowing you to gain work experience in National Occupational Classification (NOC) skill type 0 or skill level A or B.

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Student Focused

Your success is our focus. Everything about MITT—from caring, experienced instructors to a full array of educational, cultural, social, and personal supports—is designed to support you along your educational and career journey.

Modern facilities, convenient locations and small class sizes

MITT post-secondary programs are available at three campuses, conveniently located near major transportation corridors in South Winnipeg, with ample parking and transit access. Programs are delivered in small class sizes allowing you to feel at home and get one-on-one time with your instructor or support staff.

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Join bi-weekly café chats with MITT International Recruitment Team.

We will discuss

Bring your questions and your favourite drink.

Our International Café is open the first and third Wednesday of every month at 9 a.m. North American central time.

Register for our next event, today.

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.