Your Bridge
from Classroom
to Career

Kick-start your career at the Manitoba Institute of Trades and Technology (MITT). We offer more than 25 post-secondary programs leading to diplomas and certificates in the areas of health care, human services, business and information technology, and skilled trades, with many of our skilled trades programs accredited by Apprenticeship Manitoba.

Most of our programs take less than a year to complete, with multiple intake dates so you can start at a time that works best for you.

Learn from industry experts and gain the in–demand skills you need to step into a career. We don’t just teach theory–we teach what gets you hired.

Take the next step in your education or career with help from MITT. We offer one–on–one career development sessions and financial advice via phone, email, Zoom or Skype.

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Why
MITT?

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Industry Driven

MITT works closely with industry experts to develop programs and curriculum that align with current labour market needs. As a student, you will gain the knowledge and skills you need to successfully enter the workforce when you graduate.

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.

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Small Class Sizes

Campuses and classes are intentionally sized to help you—as part of a diverse and inclusive student body—feel at home, access the support you may need, and form meaningful relationships with instructors, resource providers, future employers, and fellow students.

Modern Facilities and Convenient Locations

You’ll find MITT post-secondary programs at three campuses, conveniently located near major transportation corridors in South Winnipeg, with ample parking and transit access. Access modern facilities equipped with everything you need to thrive in school, work and life.

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Adaptable Curriculum Delivery

Study at an institute that has successfully and rapidly adopted online learning-management platforms such as D2L Brightspace, as well as outside-the-box thinking from academic and faculty teams. You’ll benefit from MITT’s capable delivery of high-quality learning experiences to students at home and around the world.

Frequently Asked
Questions

Since classes were suspended in March 2020, MITT has rapidly transitioned all programs to alternative/online delivery platforms. Please visit the program pages—using the program filter above—to determine which programs have spots available.
Like all public post-secondary institutions in Manitoba, MITT is following public health best practices and is currently using a blended delivery for programs (in–class and online). As the pandemic situation changes, and in accordance with public health guidelines, MITT will modify its level of in-class delivery.
Yes, we offer limited part-time programming through our Lifelong Learning Institute. Most MITT programs are full-time studies, with classes running Monday to Friday. We also offer some flexible day and evening programs, and the majority of our programs can be completed in less than a year.
The average duration for our post-secondary certificate programs is 10 months for full-time studies and two years for diploma programs. For specific program details, go to program listings.
The average entrance-level salary may vary by job, employer, level of education, and experience. To find out more about the career you might pursue after completing a MITT program, visit Career Pathways. There you’ll find career exploration resources and information about programs, the labour market and employment statistics to help you make an informed career decision.
Employment and success rates vary by intake date and program. A 2019 survey conducted by MITT showed that 90 per cent of the 1,500 MITT graduates surveyed currently work in their area of study.
MITT offers intakes for domestic students in fall, winter and spring. Applications open six months before the program start date, and the application deadline is two months before the program start date, or until the program waitlist has been filled, whichever comes first. For program-specific start dates, go to program listings.
As a public institution, MITT is pleased to offer students an affordable post-secondary education experience. Tuition and fees vary by program. For program-specific details, go to Tuition & Fees.
Ideally, students will cover their tuition and living costs using personal savings and/or family support. However, this is not always possible, and a lack of financial support should not prevent you from entering full-time studies.

The next best option to help you cover your expenses while studying is a government student loan, issued through your province of residence or through the Government of Canada.

Government loans are easy to apply for online. They take all study and living costs into accoun t and automatically link students to grants and bursaries that do not need to be repaid. When it comes time to repay your government student loan, the interest rate and payment options are very flexible and affordabl e, compared to loans from other types of lenders.

For further details about student loans, please visit Student Loans and Manitoba Student Aid
Entrance requirements vary by program and student type. For program-specific entrance requirements, go to Program Listing, Program Specific Requirements and English Language Proficiency.
MITT offers a number of bursaries, scholarships and awards that can help offset your expenses while studying in our programs. Bursaries are offered in the fall, winter and spring terms each year for students with a demonstrated financial need who have a minimum academic standing.

Every year, millions of dollars are donated by organizations across the country for entrance scholarships. Future MITT students are encouraged to research and apply for every scholarship and award opportunity where they meet some or all of the selection criteria. For a list of free resources, go to mitt.ca/awards.
MITT has six convenient locations across Winnipeg.
Henlow Campus – 130 Henlow Bay
  • Automotive Service Technician
  • Business Administrative Assistant
  • CAD Technician
  • Culinary Arts and Design
  • Cyber Defence and Cloud Administration
  • Early Childhood Education Diploma
  • Hairstyling
  • Industrial Mechanic/Millwright
  • Industrial Welding
  • Motosport Technician
  • Network and Systems Administrator
  • Network Security Diploma
  • Software Developer Diploma

Fultz Campus – 7 Fultz Blvd
  • Carpentry
  • Electrical Applications
  • Graphic and Print Technician
  • Electronics Technician

Pembina Campus – 1551 Pembina Hwy
  • Health Care Aide and Personal Support Worker
  • Hospitality Management
  • Hotel and Hospitality Services
  • Medical Office Assistant
  • Pharmacy Technician
  • Rehabilitation Assistant
  • Post-Graduate Certificate in Business Management
  • Post-Graduate Diploma in Global Supply Chain Management
  • Post-Graduate Diploma in International Business
  • Post-Graduate Diploma in Applied Leadership
  • Post-Graduate Diploma in Human Resources Learning and Development

English Language Institute – 67 Scurfield Blvd
English Language Centre – 609 Erin St.
YouthBuild Main Street Campus – #308–765 Main St.
  • Construction Labourer Certificate