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MITT is your bridge from classroom to career. MITT offers 30+ certificate, diploma and post-graduate programs that will teach you the in-demand skills you need at any stage of your career.

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The MITT Advantage

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Friendly, diverse, and inclusive culture

MITT campuses are welcoming and class sizes are small, offering you a safe and inviting learning environment. Students from a diversity of places, cultures, and life experiences, find fun and inclusive ways to come together through campus events and student groups.

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Veteran instructors

MITT’s veteran instructors are industry experts who know what skills you need to get hired. They bring their expertise to bear on every lesson and serve as your trusted mentors, providing the one-on-one training and support you need to be your best.

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Career-focused support

MITT is the only college in Manitoba that integrates employability skills training into every program. Through MITT Work Skills workshops, our career development services team introduces you to a toolkit—comprised of employability skills, resume development, interview skills, and effective transition to work—that will help you find your ideal career.

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Work-integrated learning

Beyond theory, MITT offers immersive learning environments where you’ll practice your skills in modernized simulation labs, using state-of-the-art industry tools and equipment. Most programs also include a work-integrated learning experience of up to 16 weeks with a local employer.

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Affordable training

MITT tuition is affordable, and you may apply for bursaries or scholarships to help cover tuition and living expenses while you study. Our programs are also eligible for government student loans, and you may apply for bursaries or scholarships to help cover this and other expenses while you study.

Student life

You may not be at MITT for long, but the connections you make and the memories you create outside of class will last a lifetime. Enjoy a wide range of fun events year round, join student groups to connect with classmates, network with industry professionals, and develop new skills. These are just some of your options.

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MITT Volunteer Program (MVP)

Volunteer for special events on and off-campus, meet new friends, learn new skills to add to your resume, and give back to the community.

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Indigenous Students Circle

Participate in Indigenous cultural events and share personal experiences in a safe and supportive environment. Open to all MITT students.

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Women in Trades and Technology (WITT)

Join regular meetings to discuss current issues, hear from guest speakers, gain workplace skills, and participate in activities relevant to women, or those who identify as women, pursuing careers in trades or tech.

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MITT Pride

Help MITT continue its work to empower 2SLGBTQIA+ students, allies, and supporters by participating in opportunities to socialize, support one another, and create a safe and accepting campus community.

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Professionals in Health Care (PIH)

Participate in discussions throughout the academic year focused on topics and recent developments in health care, and build additional skills that are essential to your profession.

Treaty 1 Territory Acknowledgement

MITT acknowledges that it is on Treaty 1 territory and the traditional territory of Anishinaabeg, Cree, Dakota, and Dene Peoples, and the homeland of the Métis Nation.