Manitoba Institute of Trades and Technology
MITT provides certificate, post-graduate, and diploma-level technical training for career-oriented post-secondary and secondary students in four clusters of specialization: information and business technology, health care, human services, and skilled trades.
A hallmark of MITT’s approach is its deep collaboration with industry. Together, they identify skills gaps—both technical and soft—develop curriculum to meet them, and create work practicum opportunities that help students build connections with prospective employers while they learn.
The learning environment at MITT supports students’ academic, professional, and personal success: industry veteran instructors teach, mentor, and serve as industry connection points; and teams of staff ensure the campus community is safe and inviting and that students have access to the information and resources they need to excel in their programs and successfully bridge from the classroom to a career.
MITT provides innovative pathways to quality high school, post-secondary education, and apprenticeship training in partnership with industry and the communities we serve. MITT is dedicated to ensuring that graduates can successfully transition to employment or further education.
To revolutionize technical career education by changing how education and work intersect.
Encouraging the personal and professional growth of individuals and their pathways to employment in a student-centred environment.
ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE AND INNOVATION
Striving for excellence and high standards in technical education, and encouraging innovation, creativity and entrepreneurship.
RESPECT AND DIVERSITY
Embracing diversity and providing our students, staff and partners an inclusive, safe and respectful environment.
- Student-Centred Learner Experience Leading to Employment
- Valuing Our Employees and Excellence in Teaching
- Partnerships with Industry, Business, Government and Educational Institutions
- Program Development and Innovation in Delivery
- Fiscal Sustainability, Accountability and Effective Management
English language Requirements:
CANADIAN ACADEMIC ENGLISH LANGUAGE ASSESSMENT (CAEL)
Required score: Achieve a minimum score of 60
INTERNATIONAL ENGLISH LANGUAGE TESTING SYSTEM (IELTS)
Required score: Achieve a minimum score of 6.0 overall, and minimum of 5.5 for each component on the Academic Module
MICHIGAN ENGLISH LANGUAGE ASSESSMENT BATTERY (MELAB)
Required score: Achieve a minimum score of 80
PEARSON TEST OF ENGLISH ACADEMIC (PTEA)
Required score: Achieve a minimum score of 54
TEST OF ENGLISH AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE (TOEFL)
- Paper-based (PBT): Achieve a minimum score of 550 with no less than 50 (unscaled) in each of the component scores
- Computer-based (CBT): Achieve a minimum score of 213 with no less than 17 in each of the component scores
- Internet-based (IBT): Achieve a minimum score of 78 with no less than 17 in each of the component scores