Request for Verification of Registration
Application package download: Internationally Educated Nurses (Effective April 2021)
We provide clinical competence assessments (CCA) for applicants in partnership with the University of Manitoba College of Nursing. If you were referred for a CCA, you will receive an email that explains the next steps to book your appointment.
Before applying to the College, all internationally educated nurses (IENs) must first apply through the National Nursing Assessment Service (NNAS). NNAS is a national online application service developed by nursing regulatory bodies across Canada.
NNAS is the mandatory first step for any IEN applicant who:
For more information about this new first step in the IEN application process, please visit www.nnas.ca.
After the NNAS advisory report has been generated, you are welcome to submit an application directly to the College. We will assess your application to determine if you are eligible for registration as an RN in Manitoba.
|Item||Fee (including GST)||When?|
|Application fee (non-refundable)||
|Due with application|
|Assessment fee (non-refundable)||
|Due with application|
Currently, fees can be paid via e-transfer, credit card over the phone, or certified cheque or money order sent via Canada Post.
Work will not begin on your application until payment has been received.
Please do not include a credit card number on your application. Once your application has been received, the College will contact you to arrange for payment.
|E-transfer||*Please see instructions below|
|Certified cheque or money order||By mail|
|Visa or Mastercard||By phone|
|Visa Debit||Online (registration renewal only)|
The Government of Manitoba has launched an initiative to help provide IENs already in Manitoba with financial assistance for assessment and training costs to support their goal of working in the nursing field. See the news release for more information and access the separate application form.
Please note that all questions regarding this program, which is entirely administered by the provincial government, should be directed to the Workforce Division of Manitoba Health and Seniors Care.
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