MPNP Point Grid – Basic Eligibility

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MPNP Point Grid – Basic Eligibility

Select your right details and check your eligibility points
All applicants must complete the MPNP Self-assessment Worksheet (except applicants who are currently working in Manitoba).
Instructions: Determine your points for each of the five factors below. Note that all applicants must have a Connection to Manitoba, under Factor 5: Adaptability. If you do not have a Connection to Manitoba you are NOT eligible to apply, regardless of your points total.
Your worksheet is a required document with your application. For an application to be accepted for consideration you must score at least 60 points. If you score less than 60 points in the MPNP Self-assessment Worksheet you are not eligible to apply.
The MPNP points grid and worksheet are for self-assessment and personal information only. Actual assessment is done by the MPNP after you submit your application, complete with supporting documents and Settlement Plan Part 1, according to current criteria and information on eligibility, policy and procedure published on the MPNP website,, on the date your application is received by the MPNP.
Factor 1 – Language (maximum 20 points)
Language points are calculated according to documented proof of training and ability in one or both of Canada’s official languages, English and French. If you are proficient in both, choose as first language the one you are more comfortable using. You must submit official results of a recent MPNP-approved language test as proof of language proficiency. "CLB" refers to Canadian Language Benchmarks/Niveaux de compétence linguistiquecanadiens (NCLC). For information on approved tests, and how test scores relate to CLB levels indicated below, use the language tools. Ex: CLB 5 (14 points) requires IELTS scores of at least listening 5.0, reading 4.0, writing 5.0, speaking 5.0.
First Language
Second Language
Note: People whose occupation is lower skilled (National Occupation Classification C or D) must, to be eligible to apply, have at least CLB 4 in English (or NCLC 4 in French) which requires IELTS test scores of listening 4.5, reading 3.5, writing 4.0, speaking 4.0.
* A native speaker is fluent and has used English or French since earliest childhood as their language of communication in family, school, work and social life in a country where the official language is English or French. For more information and specific qualifications for native speaker visit our website.

Factor 2 – Age (maximum 10 points)
Age points are calculated according to the date your application is received by the MPNP.

Factor 3 – Work Experience (maximum 15 points)
Work experience points are based on documented proof of full-time employment in the past five years. Only full-time jobs of six months (continuous) or longer are considered.

Factor 4 – Education (maximum 25 points)
Education points are based on documented proof of completed education and/or training programs at recognized education institutions. A completed program is one for which you have met all requirements and received a certificate, diploma or degree.
* The MPNP reserves the right to require a third-party assessment to demonstrate trades education and training are comparable to Canadian standards.

Factor 5 – Adaptability (maximum 25 points)
Adaptability points are calculated according to documented proof of a strong connection to Manitoba and employability in your planned occupation, demonstrating that you have the genuine intention and the ability to successfully settle and economically establish in Manitoba as a permanent resident. A Connection to Manitoba is required of ALL applicants. (Regional points are supplemental only.)
In addition to Adaptability points for one line (only) above, you may also score Adaptability points for Regional Immigration for having a demonstrated connection to, and plan to settle in, a region of Manitoba outside the city of Winnipeg.

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