Mitacs is a not-for-profit organization that provides opportunities to participate in research and training programs both at the University of Manitoba and internationally. Mitacs runs its own programs, but the International Centre provides some supports to students going abroad with Mitacs, and to Globalink Research Interns coming to the University of Manitoba.
UM students going abroad with Mitacs
If you are a UM student interested in doing research abroad with Mitacs, please visit the Mitacs website for information about available funding opportunities. Undergraduate and graduate students, as well as postdoctoral fellows, are encouraged to apply.
If you are a UM student who will be going abroad on a Mitacs program, please use the following contact information to address any questions you may have.
Contact Breanne Guiboche to access the online Pre-departure Orientation course and have your Mitacs International Pre-departure Form signed.
Contact the appropriate consulate or embassy with questions or concerns regarding immigration. Mitacs does not assist with immigration for outbound students.
For information about stipend distribution, please contact Janice Smith.
Your research project
For any questions related to your research project, please contact your research supervisor at your host university.
UM faculty and staff working with Mitacs researchers
Faculty members hosting Mitacs researchers on campus are responsible for ensuring that Legal Counsel’s IV.9a Release and Indemnification Waiver is signed and kept on file.
Faculty members supervising outbound Mitacs researchers must submit the following forms to Mitacs:
- Mitacs Globalink International Pre-Departure Form (pdf)
- Rise Globalink Research Internship International Pre-Departure Form (pdf)
Please use the following contact information to address any additional questions you may have:
Contact email@example.com with questions or concerns regarding immigration documentation, timelines and processes.
Contact Breanne Guiboche to access the online Pre-departure Orientation for outbound Mitacs researchers.