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Why University of Manitoba?
The University of Manitoba’s mission is to create, preserve, communicate, and apply knowledge while contributing to the cultural, social, and economic well-being of the people of Manitoba and the world. The school’s vision is to take its place among leading universities through a commitment to transformative research and to innovative teaching and learning – uniquely strengthened by Indigenous knowledge and perspectives. To achieve its vision, the school requires a commitment to a common set of ideals. University of Manitoba students will be challenged to grow, inspired to create, and dared to excel. Wherever life takes students after graduation, they will be able to apply what they learned, both personally and academically, to make a real-life impact. The future begins right here.
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At a Glance
Post Graduation Work Permit, Co-Op/Internship Participation, Work While Studying, Conditional Offer Letter, Accommodations Available
University of Manitoba attracts people from around the world who share the same ideals and vision for positive change. The University of Manitoba believes in embracing challenges and taking action. Students, researchers, and alumni alike bring their unique voices to learning and discovery, shaping new ways of doing things and contributing to important conversations in topics that matter most, from human rights to global health to climate change. Here is where imagination and action collide. The University of Manitoba is Western Canada’s first university, established in 1877, and is located on the homeland of the Métis Nation. The university is Manitoba’s only research-intensive university and one of the country’s top research institutions. There are more than 29,000 undergraduate and graduate students, and more than 5,000 international students on campus.
29 Academic Programs to Choose From at University of Manitoba
● Bachelor of Commerce
● Bachelor of Environmental Sciences
● Bachelor of Science – Geological Sciences
● Bachelor of Music
● Bachelor of Science – Engineering
● Bachelor of Science – Food Science
● Bachelor of Health Science
● Bachelor of Kinesiology
● University Diploma – Agriculture
● University Diploma – Art
● Master of Business Administration
● Master of Finance
International Undergraduate Language Proficiency Requirements Student Entrance Scholarship
Undergraduate & Post-Graduate
Minimum 6.5 overall*
The above score is for direct entry into University of Manitoba programs.
International Undergraduate Student Entrance Scholarship
The was established to reward academic excellence by international students graduating from international high schools and entering studies at the University of Manitoba. For more information on eligibility and scholarship value please visit the international scholarship awards page.
*Disclaimer: Tuition fees, living costs, scholarships, and language requirements are subject to change and may vary by program.