Student life

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A place to learn

Every program cluster at MITT has a dedicated campus home. Here, you will find industry-grade labs and shops that mimic your future workplace and you will meet your classmates and future colleagues.

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A place to connect

Find a variety of on campus spaces and opportunities to visit, network, fuel up, and enhance your learning experience! Our facilities include student-led cafeterias and lounges.

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A place to succeed

We’re with you every step of your academic and career journey to offer advice, help remove barriers, and ensure you successfully reach your goals.

Your journey as a student

Your student journey at MITT, from application to graduation to starting your career.

Step 1 Choose your program

Pick your path from our subject areas, including Business and IT, Health Care, Human Services, Skilled Trades, Post-Graduate and English Pathways.

Step 2 Apply online

Fill out your application through our website. Find the form appropriate for you and start your road to MITT.

Step 3 Offer of admission

Your non-refundable deposit is required as part of your Offer of Admission. Deferrals are conditionally available if required.

Step 4 Apply for student permit

Your permit is required 30 days prior to your start date at MITT. Learn more by speaking with our International student department.

Step 5 Begin classes

Watch for information on start dates. Whether in person or remote, your path to your career begins soon.

Step 6 Graduate

Celebrate your achievements! Convocations occur each year in June with certifications being recognized at the successful completion of course work.

Step 7 Apply for post-graduate work permit

When you apply for PGWP, you may submit the unofficial final transcript from the student portal AND Confirmation of Completion letter. Learn more here.

Student resources

Student Services

The MITT Student Services team provides one-on-one academic and personal support to prospective and current students to help them build a plan to finance their education, develop solid study skills, acquire accessibility accommodations if they need them, and remove other barriers to their academic success.

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Immigration Services Advisor

MITT’s Immigration Services Advisor is available for one-on-one online consultation regarding study, work or co-op and post-graduate work permits, as well as immigration pathway programs including the Manitoba Nominee Program (MPNP). You can schedule an appointment here or send an email.

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Academic Requirements

General entrance requirements: If you were educated outside of Canada, review the admission requirements based on country. Program-specific requirements: Visit the appropriate program page for program specific admission and minimum grade requirements.

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English Language Proficiency

You must demonstrate English language proficiency to study at MITT.

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Aazhogan Indigenous Student Centre

Aazhogan (A-sho-gun) is the Anishinabe word meaning "bridge" and the meeting place for MITT's Indigenous Students Circle. Aazhogan is also home to a collection of Indigenous literature and resources which students can access and sign-out.

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Virtual Study Hall

MITT Virtual Study Hall connects students with each other through Zoom, so you can study collaboratively, chat, and play virtual games.

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Student Housing and Transportation

MITT is close to a variety of affordable student housing options including apartment rentals and student residences. We also offer affordable student parking at all campuses, as well as proximity to all major bus routes throughout Winnipeg.

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MITT International Recruitment Team

MITT has a global recruitment team based around the world. If you are interested in studying at MITT, please contact the staff member dedicated to your region

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Contact the International recruitment team

English language requirements

You meet the English language requirements, if you: are from an English exempted country, or meet one of our waiver requirements.

If you do not meet these requirements, please find the tests and pathway programs accepted at MITT

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MITT English Language Institute (ELI)

The ELI offers a welcoming and culturally diverse learning environment in which to develop your English language skills, either to gain admission into a post-secondary program or just to improve your English.


You may apply to an ELI program only or an ELI + post-secondary program. To apply, go to


Flexible study lengths from 6 weeks to 60 weeks


Certificate of Achievement awarded upon successful completion of level 4 and level 5. Opportunity to pathway into MITT’s post-secondary programs if desired.

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Conditional admission

Conditional admissions may be available for those students enrolled at pathway programs accepted by MITT These include:

  • MITT English Language Institute
  • English School of Canada
  • Heartland English School
  • International Language Academy of Canada (ILAC)
  • ILSC

Conditional admissions (ELI information )

Even if you do not meet our minimum English requirement, you can still be conditionally accepted in the program of your choice, with the condition of completing our English program prior to starting your chosen program.

MITT provides conditional admission to academically qualified international applicants whose English abilities are lower than what's required by MITT English proficiency requirement. Once you fulfill the English-language requirements, you will be able to take MITT academic courses.

Our grads are working

90% of recently* surveyed alumni stated they are currently employed in their career field.

*2019 Metric Marketing alumni survey