Manitoba PNP Points Calculator – (MPNP Updated 2024)

Manitoba PNP Points Calculator – (MPNP Updated 2024)

The Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP) is one of the most popular and vital pathway for skilled immigrants to settle in Manitoba. Administered by the provincial government, the program utilizes an Expression of Interest (EOI) system with a Manitoba PNP Points Calculator aligned with MPNP Expression of Interest Ranking Points (EOI).

MPNP Expression of Interest Ranking Points assesses factors like age, language proficiency, work experience, and education, assigning scores to potential candidates.

Note: For an application to be accepted for consideration you must score at least 60 points. You are not eligible to apply if you score less than 60 points in the MPNP Self-assessment Worksheet.

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MPNP Expression of Interest Ranking Points Grid

Below you can find the MPNP Expression of Interest Ranking Points Grid to know more about how the points work.

Factor 1: Language Proficiency

First Factor is determined by individual Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) band scores in reading, writing, listening, and speaking, equivalent to IELTS, CELPIP, TEF, or TCF test results.

For the MPNP, your proficiency in Canada’s second official language (English or French) is considered based on the language in which you are less proficient. Only claim language ability at CLB 5 or higher in Canada’s second official language if you have a valid language test as proof.

Language ProficiencyRanking Points
First Official Language
CLB 8 or higher20
CLB 718
CLB 616
CLB 514
CLB 412
CLB 3 or lower0
Second Official Language (If Applicable)
CLB 5 or higher (overall)5
Maximum Points5

Factor 2: Age

Points are determined based on your age at the moment you submit your Expression of Interest to the MPNP PNP Points Calculator.

AgeRanking Points
184
196
208
21 to 4510
468
476
484
492
50 or older0
Maximum Points10

Factor 3: Work Experience

3rd factor is determined by the number of full-time work experience years. Full-time is defined as working 30 hours or more each week for a single employer. Calculate full years of work experience without rounding up (e.g., if you worked for 9 months, consider it as less than 1 year).

Work ExperiencePoints
Less than one year0
1 year8
2 years10
3 years12
4 years or more15

Factor 4: Education

Education points determined by the highest level of education you have completed at a recognized educational institution, where you obtained a certificate, diploma, or degree.

Highest Level of Completed EducationRanking Points
Master’s degree or doctorate25
Two post-secondary programs of at least two years each23
One post-secondary program of three years or more20
One post-secondary program of two years20
One-year post-secondary program14
Trade certificate14
No formal post-secondary education0
Maximum Points25

Factor 5: Adaptability

Points for Adaptability are determined by the nature of your connection to Manitoba. Every candidate must possess at least one connection to the province. If you have multiple connections, you will be awarded Adaptability points based on the highest-scoring connection.

Adaptability FactorRanking Points
Connection to Manitoba 
Close relative in Manitoba20
Previous authorized work experience in Manitoba (six months or more)20
Completed post-secondary program in Manitoba (two years or more)12
Completed post-secondary program in Manitoba (one year)12
Close friend or distant relative in Manitoba10
Regional Immigration5
Maximum Points25

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

How many points do I need for Manitoba PNP?

Manitoba has an EOI ranking system, it has a total of 1000 points out of which you will get points based on your language proficiency, age, education, and more. In order to have maximum chances of getting the invitation from Manitoba PNP, you would aim to look at a minimum 700 point in the EOI grid. You can calculate your points in the Manitoba PNP Calculator.

What IELTS score do I need for Manitoba PNP?

You would need a minimum of CLB Level 4 to be eligible to apply for MPNP and submit for Expression of Interest (EOI) for Manitoba PNP.

is 600 points good for Manitoba PNP?

Based on recent draws where the average CRS score for Manitoba PNP is crossing more than 650 and 700, having 600 would be promising to get an invitation from MPNP. You can check the latest Manitoba PNP Draws to know more about your eligibility. 

How are EOI points calculated in Manitoba?

Expression of Interest (EOI) in the Manitoba PNP Points Calculator are calculated using factors like age, language proficiency, work experience, education, and adaptability.

How many points do I need for Manitoba PNP?

Manitoba has an EOI ranking system, it has a total of 1000 points out of which you will get points based on your language proficiency, age, education, and more. In order to have maximum chances of getting the invitation from Manitoba PNP, you would aim to look at a minimum 700 point in the EOI grid. You can calculate your points in Manitoba PNP Calculator.

What IELTS score do I need for Manitoba PNP?

You would need a minimum of CLB Level 4 to be eligible to apply for MPNP and submit for Expression of Interest (EOI) for Manitoba PNP.

is 600 points good for Manitoba PNP?

Based on recent draws where the average CRS score for Manitoba PNP is crossing more than 650 and 700, having 600 would be promising to get an invitation from MPNP.

How are EOI points calculated in Manitoba?

Expression of Interest (EOI) in the Manitoba PNP Points Calculator are calculated using factors like age, language proficiency, work experience, education, and adaptability.

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