Most programs below have intake only in September each year; only Business Administration offers an intake in January. Some cohorts will have other start dates. Please refer to the Available Cohorts page for a list of open cohorts.
Programs below are only in Brandon or Dauphin, Manitoba. Please refer to the Available Cohorts page for any programs available at a different location.
We are currently accepting applications from international students in the following full-time Brandon programs.
Post-graduate advanced diplomas/certificates, one academic year
Minimum admission requirement: university degree or two-year minimum college diploma.
- Geographic Information Systems
- Human Resource Management
- Indigenous Financial Management
- Sustainable Food Systems
Post-secondary, two academic year diplomas
See the program page for admission requirements. Please note, programs with an asterisk (*) offer the option of exiting after one academic year with a certificate.
- Business Administration
- Communications Engineering Technology*
- Culinary Arts*
- Early Childhood Education
- Hotel and Restaurant Management*
- Interactive Media Arts (Interactive Specialization)*
- Interactive Media Arts (Media Specialization)*
- Land and Water Management
- Legal Administration
- Medical Administration
- Network Administration Technology
- Office Management
- Social Service Worker
Post-secondary, one academic year certificates
See the program page for admission requirements.
We are currently accepting applications from international students in the following full-time programs in Dauphin, Manitoba (Parkland campus):
Please note that any of the above programs could fill earlier than usual, so we cannot guarantee seats will be open. We encourage applicants to apply as early as possible to avoid disappointment.
Our post-secondary college programs require an equivalent of a Manitoba Grade 12 high school diploma. Most programs also require the equivalent of Manitoba Grade 12 Mathematics and/or Language Arts. Some have a minimum grade requirement as well. Please check each program's Admissions Requirements. Please note, a "40S" in Manitoba means the 12th year of schooling; in many countries, this is called "senior" or "higher" secondary level.
English Language Proficiency
If your English level does not meet our English language proficiency requirement, you can apply to our English for Academic Purposes (EAP) program and a college program to follow. We begin 14-week EAP sessions in January, May and September each year. Note: many college programs have only one intake each year; you are welcome to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to ask about program intake dates before you apply to EAP.
There are pathways to further your education or receive transfer credits for past studies. Please see Careers and Connections on each of the program's web pages for more information about agreements.