Formerly Winnipeg Technical College, Manitoba’s newest public college calls itself “the work school.” The Manitoba Institute of Trades and Technology (MITT) aims to make sure its programs are directly connected to Manitoba’s labour market, so that students can transition smoothly from their education to a steady job. It’s home to the first technical and trades high school in the province— MITT students earn high school credits alongside a post-secondary certificate or diploma. MITT has five campuses across Winnipeg.
MITT specializes in health care and human services, information and business technology, and skilled trades. Certificate, diploma and apprenticeship programs on the roster include technical drafting, industrial electronics, graphic and print technician, network security, and motosport technician.
|Fall full-time enrolment||Tuition (f/t diploma)||Tuition (f/t certificate)||Students direct from high school|
|848||$15,500||$4,230 - $5,735||30%|