Important Information for International Applicants

 

IRCC study permit processing has been impacted by COVID-19. It is important that you check IRCC study permit processing times and understand current IRCC guidelines and requirements, as well as review our on campus start dates and withdrawal and refund information, before applying to MITT. Application fees are non-refundable.

 

MITT's Winter 2022 study permit deadlines are:

  • Post-secondary programs: November 1, 2021
  • Post-graduate programs: December 3, 2021

MITT's Spring 2022 study permit deadlines are:

  • All programs: April 4, 2022

Out of an abundance of caution and to safeguard our international applicants at this challenging time, as of September 13, 2021, MITT will only process international applications for the Winter 2022 intake with a valid Canadian study permit or study permit approval, and will use IRCC study permit processing times and Visa Application Centre accessibility to guide admissions decisions. Students completing a prerequisite program in Canada with a study permit application in process will also be prioritized - this includes students completing MITT's English for Academic Purposes programs at the English Language Institute.

 

As of September 13, 2021 applications submitted to a Winter 2022 program without a study permit, study permit approval (e.g. Port of Entry Letter of Introduction) or without implied status (Proof of an in-Canada study permit application submitted before the previous study permit expired) will not be processed and will not be considered for future intakes*. Some exceptions may apply for applicants applying from countries identified by MITT as having acceptable study permit processing times. Please inquire with admissions@mitt.ca prior to applying. Application fees are non-refundable.

 

*This does not apply to English for Academic Purposes programs.

APPLICATION GUIDE

Application Process

 

  1. Complete all parts of the application form
  2. Include high-quality, PDF colour scans of final, original education transcripts. Transcripts not in English must be accompanied by a certified English translation (both the original language document and the certified translations (if applicable) are required)
  3. Include payment for non-refundable application fee

Entrance Prerequisites

 

Academic requirements and documentation:

  • Applicants must have obtained the Manitoba Grade 12 high school diploma or equivalent high school graduation. Please review the application guide for country specific entrance requirements. For program specific entrance requirements, please refer to the international programs page and select the desired program.
  • Your application form, transcripts, and other documentation submitted become the property of MITT.
  • Original high school transcripts must be printed on school letterhead, signed by a school official, and have an official school seal
  • All supporting documents must be in English or have certified English translations attached
  • If you have attended a post-secondary institution including college, university, or a technical institute, we require scans of your original post-secondary transcripts, even if the program you are applying to does not require post-secondary courses as an admission requirement. Faxes are not acceptable
  • Record of Immunizations, Criminal Record Check and Child Abuse Registry Check (applies to some programs)

English Language Proficiency

 

Applicants whose primary language is not English or whose education was conducted in a country where English is not the official language must meet English language proficiency requirements.

 

Please visit the English Language Proficiency webpage for acceptable options, and for a list of countries that are exempt from testing for English language proficiency.

 

Remember! English Language Proficiency requirements may vary by program – visit the appropriate program page for these details.

 

IMPORTANT: Official test result may need to be forwarded directly from the test centre to the Manitoba Institute of Trades and Technology.

Tests taken more than two years prior to the program start date will not be considered.

 

IMPORTANT POLICY INFORMATION

Admissions Process

 

Your application will be processed and assessed once all high-quality scans of documents in PDF format (4MB maximum) have been received.

 

As an applicant, is it your responsibility to notify MITT of changes to your personal information including your name, address, phone number, and email address – please send any necessary updates to admissions@mitt.ca. Communications from MITT returned as undeliverable will result in your application being cancelled..

 

Study Permit

 

Upon admission, the Manitoba Institute of Trades and Technology will supply you with a letter of acceptance and a standardized form letter. These letters can be used to apply to the Canadian Embassy, Consulate or High Commission for a Study Permit.

 

For further information on studying in Canada refer to the Government of Canada website at www.cic.gc.ca.

 

Manitoba Institute of Trades and Technology reserves the right to modify or cancel any program, process or procedure without notice or prejudice. Please visit www.mitt.ca for complete and up-to-date program information.

 

Using the services of an agent

 

Use of a recruitment agent is not required to apply to MITT. To apply directly to MITT, please visit our application page. If you choose to use the services of a recruitment agent, please refer to our global network of authorized recruitment agents in Canada and around the world listed here.

 

Your agent may assist you in completing the International Student Application Form with your consent. A signed Authorization for Release of Student's Information Form must be submitted with the application. Once a complete application is received at MITT with your authorization, we will be able to send communications to your designated agent regarding the progress of your application with MITT.

 

Changing agents or adding an agent to an existing application account

 

Changing your agent or adding an agent to your application accounts will result in a cancellation of your current application(s).

 

If you already have an application with MITT, please review the Agent Change Policy prior to submitting an application with a different agent.

 

If you would like to submit a new application with an agent or a new application with a different agent, you must cancel your existing application(s) first. Please complete the Agent Change Request Form and submit it to admissons@mitt.ca prior to submitting a new application.

 

If a new application is submitted with a different agent before any existing application(s) are cancelled, the new application will be automatically cancelled. All application fees are non-refundable.

 

APPLICATION CHECKLIST

 

  • Complete Manitoba Institute of Trades and Technology international admission application
  • High-quality scans of original transcripts and certified translations, if
  • Scans of English Language Test results (i.e. TOEFL, IELTS), if applicable
  • Application fees and tuition deposits
  • Scanned copy of passport
  • Scanned copy of study permit (if applicable)
  • Scanned copy of Release of Information form (if applicable)