Manitoba Institute of Trades and Technology
About Manitoba Institute of Trades and Technology
MITT is a public post-secondary institute in Winnipeg, Manitoba with an ambition of revolutionizing technical career education by working at the intersection of industry and education. With more than 30 undergraduate and postgraduate diplomas in engineering, education, hospitality, MITT strives to achieve the highest standards in education. It encourages entrepreneurship, innovation and creativity with opportunities for personal and professional growth for the best all-round development of skills.
Its modern and flexible approach with programs carefully designed keeping industry standards and practices in consideration, provides an opportunity for students to stand out and acquire jobs with employers and companies throughout the world.
MITT uses student-centred teaching methodologies and has partnerships with businesses, industries, government and educational institutions to provide the students with a practical based learning experience and helps in employment. Graduate employment rates span over 90%, with most students securing a job within six months of completing their program.
Services and Facilities
Students at the campus have access to multiple services like counselling, mental health support, international student services and housing assistance.
MITT assists students with affordable housing options in proximity with the campus accessible by bus or cab routes. Winnipeg has many family housing options for room sharing or individual renting.
Students can access partial or complete funding with the help of MITT scholarships, bursaries, awards and other options. Besides, government student loans are a great option and students often receive different grants, bursaries and sponsorships that do not need to be repaid.
Facts & Figures
- CAD $ 12000
- CAD $ 8k - 16k
Internship & on-the-job training
- The student should be 18 years of age before taking admission.
- The student must have taken either TOEFL, IELTS, PTE or an equivalent English language proficiency exam.
- The student is required to submit their original transcripts from all the academic institutions they have attended. (If the transcripts are not in English, translated copies must be submitted along with the original ones.)
18 years and/or grade 12 education
Language Proficiency Test
Class 10th and 12th Mark sheets and/or transcripts, Passport
January, May, September
Additional requirements depend on the programs applied to, at Manitoba Institute of Trades and Technology.