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2017 INTERNATIONAL VIEWBOOK

DEFINE
YOUR
FUTURE

ADVENTURERS DO.
As a University of Manitoba student you will be challenged
to grow, inspired to create and dared to excel. Here, you will
gain the knowledge and skills to equip yourself for success
in any field you choose. Make a real-life impact in the world.
Your future begins right here.

RANKED AMONG THE TOP 400


UNIVERSITIES IN THE WORLD
BY TIMES HIGHER EDUCATION

MORE THAN 29,000 STUDENTS,


8,700 FACULTY AND STAFF,
AND 132,000 ALUMNI

THE UNIVERSITY OF MANITOBA


IS THE OLDEST UNIVERSITY
IN WESTERN CANADA

MORE THAN 14% OF U OF M


STUDENTS ARE INTERNATIONAL,
REPRESENTING OVER 100 COUNTRIES

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MANITOBAS LARGEST RESEARCH


INTENSIVE UNIVERSITY OFFERING
100+ ACADEMIC PROGRAMS

MEMBER OF THE PRESTIGIOUS


U15 GROUP OF CANADIAN
RESEARCH UNIVERSITIES

PAID WORK EXPERIENCE THROUGH


MANY OF OUR CO-OP PROGRAMS

ABOUT

FULLY ACCREDITED
AND INTERNATIONALLY
RECOGNIZED PROGRAMS

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WORLD LEADER IN ARCTIC


CLIMATE CHANGE AND
HIV/AIDS RESEARCH

OUR LOCATION

HEART OF
CANADA
VANCOUVER

Winnipeg, Manitoba

MONTREAL
OTTAWA
TORONTO

U.S. BORDER

NEW YORK
CHICAGO

WINNIPEG IS HOME TO 780,000 PEOPLE AND


COMPOSED OF MORE THAN 100 ETHNIC GROUPS
SPEAKING OVER 80 DIFFERENT LANGUAGES

photo courtesy of Aaron Cohen/CMHR

(top) The Canadian Museum for Human Rights is the first national
Canadian museum built outside of the nations capital.
(left) Experience Indigenous culture at the U of Ms Traditional
Graduation Pow Wow.

Located in the heart of Canada, Manitoba is the perfect place to live, learn and explore. Manitoba is
known for its pristine nature, beautiful landscape, vibrant culture and friendly people. While living
in Manitoba, you will have the opportunity to experience all four seasons and enjoy the great outdoors.
DISCOVER MANITOBA

BENEFITS OF STUDYING IN MANITOBA

Celebrate over 130 days of festivals including


Festival du Voyageur, Winnipeg Comedy Festival,
Winnipeg Folk Festival and Folklorama the worlds
longest-running multicultural festival.

Health Insurance

Sample from over 1,100 restaurants one of the highest


restaurant to population ratios in North America.
Visit our many parks where you can enjoy camping, canoeing,
hiking, wildlife and much more.
Home to a National Hockey League (NHL) team, the Winnipeg Jets;
a professional baseball team, the Winnipeg Goldeyes;
and a professional Canadian football team, the Winnipeg
Blue Bombers, whose stadium is located at the U of M.
tourismwinnipeg.com

International students may be eligible for free provincial


health coverage from Manitoba Health.

umanitoba.ca/student/records/international_students

Working in Canada
As an international student, you may be eligible to work
on and off campus during your studies, and for up to three
years after graduation with a valid work permit.

cic.gc.ca

Provincial Nominee Program


Manitoba is proactive in establishing long-term residents
and new Canadians through the Provincial Nominee Program.

immigratemanitoba.com

After graduation, if you work and pay taxes in Manitoba,


you can benefit from Manitobas Tuition Fee Income Tax
Rebate Program. This program entitles you to receive
up to a 60% income tax rebate on your eligible tuition fees.

gov.mb.ca/tuition

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Tuition Fee Rebate Program

ABOUT

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(bottom) Fort Gibraltar is a popular tourist destination


in Winnipegs French quarter that features a historical museum
and educational tours.

photo courtesy of Travel Manitoba

CAMPUS LIVING

NEW HOME,
NEW ADVENTURE

Pembina Hall Residence floor plan

Mary Speechly Hall floor plan - Single

(far left and opposite) Pembina Hall


Residence incorporates the needs
of todays student with 358 single
rooms, each containing their
own washroom.
(left) Arthur V. Mauro Residence is
available to students with at least one
year of post-secondary education.

Our newest residence, Pembina Hall,


is a state-of-the-art building that offers
single rooms, private washrooms and
the best views of campus. It is home
to the Engineering and Healthy Active
Living Learning Communities.

Living with a Canadian host family is a great


way to practice English and learn more
about Canadian culture.
umanitoba.ca/elc/homestay

Residence and homestay applications must be submitted


separately from your application for admission.

OFF-CAMPUS HOUSING
If you are looking to experience off-campus
living, the U of M off-campus housing
website can connect you with potential
rentals, sublets and other students
looking for roommates in addition
to providing some great information
on getting to know Winnipeg.
och.cc.umanitoba.ca

umanitoba.ca/housing

APPLY EARLY FOR ON-CAMPUS


RESIDENCE SPACES FILL UP QUICKLY

HOMESTAY LETS YOU EXPERIENCE


THE LOCAL COMMUNITY WHILE
LIVING IN A FAMILY ENVIRONMENT

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The Fort Garry campus is home to six


residences, each equipped with furnished
rooms and free high-speed Internet.
Residence living offers meal plans, study
spaces, lounges, laundry facilities and
parking. Residence packages (including
meal plans) range from $6,200 - $12,300
CAD per academic year (8 months).

HOMESTAY

ABOUT

Living in residence offers more than


just the convenience of being minutes
away from your classes and labs. You will
meet new people and join a community
that enhances your education and
personal growth.

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(top) Residence advisors help students


adjust to living on campus while
providing support and guidance
throughout the year.

STUDENT SUCCESS

BEYOND
THE CLASSROOM
As a U of M student, you will be part of a culturally rich and diverse community.
You will have the opportunity to meet faculty and students from around
the world, explore unique perspectives and take on new pursuits.

EXPERIENCE A BRAND NEW


STATE-OF-THE-ART 9300 m 2
EXERCISE FACILITY

STUDENTS WHO PARTICIPATE IN CO-OP


PROGRAMS FIND BETTER JOBS AND
START WORKING AT HIGHER SALARIES

ENJOY A SMALL COMMUNITY


EXPERIENCE BY JOINING
OR LIVING IN A COLLEGE

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Study abroad through the Universitys 100+ exchange programs
with more than 30 countries.
Get involved in a broad range of leadership and volunteer programs
that will enhance your education and give you the opportunity
to develop new skills.
Join a student group to connect with like-minded individuals
and explore your interests.

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EXPLORE YOUR INTERESTS

Take a break from studying and participate in a fitness class,


join an intramural league or attend a Bison sports game.

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TOOLS TO SUCCEED
International Centre for Students (ICS)
The ICS is designed to assist you before and after your arrival to Canada
to help ease your transition. Programs and services include: orientation,
advising services, conversation partners, intercultural programming
and recreation activities.
umanitoba.ca/student/ics

Career Services
Access one-on-one career counselling and workshops such as resum
writing and interview preparation.

umanitoba.ca/student/careerservices

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LANGUAGES SPOKEN
ON CAMPUS

umanitoba.ca/student/coop

ABOUT

Similar to internships, co-op programs offered through areas such


as agriculture, business, engineering, environment and science combine
practical paid work experience with classroom-based education to further
enhance skill sets and professional experiences.

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Co-operative Programs

ADMISSION INFORMATION

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ENGLISH LANGUAGE PROGRAMS


Do you want to improve your English language skills? The University of Manitoba can help you achieve
your language goals with one of our outstanding English study options.
INTENSIVE ENGLISH PROGRAM

INTENSIVE ACADEMIC ENGLISH PROGRAM

The Intensive English Program (IEP) will provide you with


a dynamic and stimulating language learning experience.
You will enjoy daily speaking, reading and writing classes
that will improve communication skills in social and
professional settings. The program includes exciting
socio-cultural activities that will provide you with
an opportunity to extend your learning beyond
the classroom.

The English Language Centres Intensive Academic


English Program (IAEP) prepares you for university studies
by providing you with the language skills necessary to succeed
academically. You will learn how to write research papers,
learn new vocabulary and deliver academic presentations,
among many other skills. Depending on your initial
placement level, the IAEP can take as little as one semester
to complete.

Year-round program with monthly start dates

S eptember, January and May start dates

S even levels of English from beginner to advanced


F ull-time program with 26 hours of instruction per week

F ull-time IAEP that meets the language requirement


to begin degree study

U
 of M credential upon completion

2
 4 hours of instruction per week

Extensive

learner supports that include hands-on
workshops, online seminars and one-on-one instruction

A
 verage class size is less than 12 students per class

Extra-curricular

conversation practice through language
partners, conversation cafs and volunteer opportunities
Admission fee: $300 CAD
Tuition: $1,200 CAD per month
iep@umanitoba.ca
umanitoba.ca/extended/english/intensive

W
 orkshops and part-time courses are available in writing
or speaking for students in degree study
O
 fficial IELTS testing centre
Application fee: $175 CAD
Tuition: $4,100 CAD for 14 weeks
elc@umanitoba.ca

umanitoba.ca/elc

STUDENTS STUDYING IN EITHER PROGRAM ARE ELIGIBLE TO APPLY TO LIVE


ON CAMPUS IN OUR RESIDENCES, WITH A HOMESTAY FAMILY OR THEY
CAN FIND ACCOMMODATIONS OFF CAMPUS

GETTING STARTED
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I meet the academic


requirements but I need to
upgrade my English to meet
the proficiency requirements

I do not meet one or more


of the University of Manitobas
entrance requirements

English Language Centre (ELC)


Intensive Academic
English Program

International College
of Manitoba (ICM)

UNIVERSITY
OF MANITOBA
UNDERGRADUATE
STUDIES

WHAT IF I DO NOT MEET THE ENTRANCE REQUIREMENTS?


If you do not meet the U of Ms admission requirements, consider a preparatory program designed
to help you reach your goals.
INTENSIVE ACADEMIC ENGLISH PROGRAM (IAEP)

INTERNATIONAL COLLEGE OF MANITOBA (ICM)

Conditional admission is possible by successfully completing


Level 5 of the IAEP. Conditional admission is available
to University 1, Science, Arts and General Studies. A joint
application is available online for English Language Centre
plus U of M studies. Students wishing to enter a program
other than those listed above can submit an application
for consideration after completion of the IAEP.

If you do not meet the U of Ms academic requirements,


are missing the English language proficiency requirement,
or need extra academic support, the International College
of Manitoba (ICM) may be an option for you. Upon completion
of stage 2 of the University Transfer Program (UTP), ICM students
may be eligible to enter their second year at the U of M.
The ICM also offers pre-university courses for those requiring
some preparation before undergraduate studies.

Students presenting a minimum IELTS 5.5, TOEFL iBT 70


(with 16 in each component), CAEL 50 or higher (or equivalent),
will be placed directly in Level 5 of the program. Students without
a standardized test score will be placed in an appropriate level
through placement testing upon arrival.

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Note: Students who do not meet the minimum requirements for the IAEP on the placement
test are encouraged to apply to the IEP to upgrade their English before returning to the IAEP.
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I meet the academic requirements and English language


proficiency requirements

ADMISSION INFORMATION

I WANT A
UNIVERSITY
DEGREE

UNIVERSITY 1

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OR

OTHER DIRECT
ENTRY FACULTIES

YEAR 2

DEGREE PROGRAM

Direct Entry Programs

Write a Test

If you are coming to university directly


from high school or have completed
less than one year of university studies,
you will follow the direct entry route
into a faculty or program. For most
students, this means entering into
University 1.

Minimum average of 85% across


a specific set of academic courses.

TOEFL IBT: 86 overall band score with


a minimum of 20 in each component

In cases where eligible applicants outnumber the available


spaces, applicants will require higher averages than
stipulated to be successful in the admissions competition.

IELTS: 6.5 overall band score

umanitoba.ca/u1

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
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DEGREE PROGRAM

DIRECT ENTRY

University 1 (U1) is our largest and most


popular, flexible first year program that
allows you to explore more than one
degree program before committing
to a field of study. The courses you take
in U1 count towards your degree
regardless of what program you
ultimately choose.

ADMISSION INFORMATION

YEAR 4

YEAR 3

DEGREE PROGRAM

High school graduation is a general


requirement for all programs.
Specific admission requirements
will vary by program.

University 1
Minimum average of 70% in three
senior level academic courses, with
at least 60% in a first language
literature course.

ADVANCED ENTRY
Advanced entry programs require one
or more years of university-level study
to be eligible to apply. Students who
have completed U1 (or equivalent
in another faculty or institution) can
transfer or apply to an advanced entry
program. Eligibility requirements vary
by program.
External transfers can receive a maximum
of two years (60 credit hours) of credit
applied to a U of M degree, subject to
faculty regulations and requirements.

u
 manitoba.ca/student/admissions/
international

ENGLISH LANGUAGE
PROFICIENCY REQUIREMENTS
Applicants whose first language is not
English, or who were born in a country
where English is not a primary language,
may be required to demonstrate English
language proficiency prior to admission.
This may be done in one of several ways:

CanTEST: minimum 4.5 (Reading),


4.5 (Listening) and 4.0 (Writing)

Complete the U of M Intensive Academic


English Program (IAEP)
Achieve a minimum of 65% in Level 5
of the IAEP, as taught by the English
Language Centre at the U of M.

Qualify for a Waiver


Students who have studied for at least
three consecutive years in a country
where English is a primary language
may be considered for an English
language proficiency waiver.
Additionally, students who have
graduated from a Canadian curriculum
school with two senior level English
credits (average grade of 75%) may
also be considered for an English
language proficiency waiver.
Visit us online for a complete list
of ways to demonstrate English
language proficiency.

u
 manitoba.ca/student/admissions/
international/English

ENTRY CHART
FACULTY/COLLEGE/
SCHOOL

YEAR 1

University 1

University 1

Degree program

Agriculture (diploma)

Agriculture (diploma)

Agriculture (diploma)

Agricultural and Food


Sciences

University 1 or direct
entry to Agricultural
and Food Sciences

Agricultural and
Food Sciences

Agricultural and
Food Sciences

Agricultural and
Food Sciences

4 years

Architecture
(Environmental Design)

University 1

Architecture
(Environmental Design)

Architecture
(Environmental Design)

Architecture
(Environmental Design)

4 years

School of Art

Fine Arts (courses


available in U1, but
cannot complete entire
first year in U1)

Fine Arts

Fine Arts

Fine Arts

3 or 4-year options

Arts

University 1 or direct
entry to Arts

Arts

Arts

Arts

3 or 4-year options

Business

University 1 or direct
entry to Business

Business

Business

Business

4 years

University 1 or direct
entry to Dental Hygiene

Dental Hygiene

Dental Hygiene

Dentistry

Open to Canadian citizens


and permanent residents only

University 1 - Dentistry requires 2 years of university


experience (60 credit hours)

ESTIMATED
COMPLETION TIME

2 years

3 years

Dentistry

2 years of university
experience +
4 year program
Undergraduate
degree +
2 year program

Education

University 1 or other
direct entry program

Education requires undergraduate degree before application

Engineering*

University 1 or direct
entry to Engineering

Engineering

Engineering

Engineering

4-5 years

Environment, Earth,
and Resources

University 1 or direct
entry to Environment,
Earth, and Resources

Environment, Earth,
and Resources

Environment, Earth,
and Resources

Environment, Earth,
and Resources

3 or 4-year options

Kinesiology and
Recreation Management

University 1 or direct
entry to Kinesiology and
Recreation Management

Kinesiology and
Recreation Management

Kinesiology and
Recreation Management

Kinesiology
and Recreation
Management

3 or 4-year options

Law

University 1 - Law requires 2 years of university


experience (60 credit hours) before application

Law

Law

2 years of university
experience +
3 year program

University 1 or other
direct entry program

Medicine requires 3 or 4-year undergraduate degree before application

3 or 4-year
undergraduate
degree + 4 years

Music

Music (courses available


in U1, but cannot
complete entire first
year in U1)

Music

Music

Music

4 or 5-year options

Nursing

University 1

Nursing

Nursing

Nursing

4 years

University 1

Pharmacy

Pharmacy

Pharmacy

1 year of university
experience +
4 year program

University 1

Rehabilitation Sciences
(Respiratory Therapy)

Rehabilitation Sciences
(Respiratory Therapy)

Rehabilitation Sciences
(Respiratory Therapy)

4 years

Science

University 1 or direct
entry to Science

Science

Science

Science

3 or 4-year options

Social Work

University 1

Social Work

Social Work

Social Work

4 years

Medicine
Open to Canadian citizens
and permanent residents only

Pharmacy
Open to Canadian citizens
and permanent residents only

Rehabilitation Sciences
(Respiratory Therapy)
Open to Canadian citizens
and permanent residents only

* Preference will be given to Canadian citizens and permanent residents with an aim to admit a minimum of 10% international.

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Dentistry

YEAR 4

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Open to Canadian citizens


and permanent residents only

YEAR 3

ADMISSION INFORMATION

Dental Hygiene

YEAR 2

APPLICATION PROCESS

HOW TO APPLY

UMANITOBA.CA/APPLYNOW

Applications open October 2016. Complete the application online at umanitoba.ca/applynow


$120 CAD Application fee
$295 CAD Application fee - Joint English Language Centre plus U of M studies

On-campus housing requires a separate application. Apply early at umanitoba.ca/housing

Submit English Language Proficiency documents (if required).


Apply to the English Language Centre plus university studies if you do not meet the English
Language Proficiency requirements.

STEP 2
SUBMIT DOCUMENTATION
INTERIM TRANSCRIPT DEADLINE:
MAY 1, 2017
FINAL TRANSCRIPT DEADLINE:
JULY 7, 2017
Log in to your application to check
the status of your application and view
required documentation.

Final official documents will be required for all offers of admission.


Submit official documents to:
Undergraduate Admissions
University of Manitoba
424 University Centre
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3T 2N2
Canada
Documents in a language other than English must be accompanied by a notarized
English translation.

A provisional offer of admission may be granted based on unofficial documents (uploaded


interim/predicted or final transcripts) for select programs. All offers of admission are
subject to a review of final grades. (December to July)
Students who apply to the joint English Language Centre plus university studies option
will be assessed for conditional admission to the University of Manitoba.

STEP 3
RECEIVE AND ACCEPT
AN OFFER OF ADMISSION

UMANITOBA.CA/ADMISSIONS

DEADLINE: MARCH 1, 2017*


(JANUARY 15, 2017 FOR MUSIC)

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Offers must be accepted by the deadline indicated in your admission offer. (June)
A standardized letter of admission, which can be used for your Study Permit application, will be issued
10 - 15 business days following an admission offer.

*All applications received by March 1 will be considered for Entrance Scholarships.


The final deadline to apply to University 1 for the fall 2017 intake is August 1, 2017 (May 1, 2017 is recommended).
The deadline to apply for the winter 2018 intake is December 1, 2017 (select programs only).

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APPLY TO THE
UNIVERSITY OF MANITOBA

Be sure to upload your interim/predicted or final transcripts to ensure that your application
is given full consideration. You will receive an email confirmation upon successful
submission of your application.

ADMISSION INFORMATION

STEP 1

RESEARCH EXCELLENCE

GRADUATE STUDIES
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Our energetic graduate community is made up of over 3,500 students, more than 800 international
students and 1,600 faculty. We are home to a wide range of graduate programs, with over 140 offerings.
The U of M is also a member of the U15 and is ranked as one of the top research-intensive universities
across Canada. Every year, faculty members secure more than $160 million in external funding.
APPLICATION INFORMATION
In planning your application, remember to arrange for official
transcripts and, if applicable, official translations, to be sent
directly from the issuing institution.

ADMISSION INFORMATION

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A complete application package should include reference letters,


transcripts, the application fee and any admission tests or other
supporting materials that may be required by the department.

U OF M HAS PARTNERED WITH 54


RESEARCH CENTRES AND INSTITUTES
THAT BELIEVE IN COLLABORATIVE
RESEARCH AND SCHOLARSHIP

We encourage you to contact the particular department to which


you are applying with regards to fee information and any further
documentation required for your application.
Your step-by-step application guide and application, as well
as entrance requirements for Masters and Doctoral programs
are available online only.

umanitoba.ca/graduate_studies

GRADUATE STUDENTS ENTERING THE FIRST


YEAR OF A RESEARCH-BASED DOCTORAL
PROGRAM ARE ELIGIBLE TO COMPETE FOR
A SIR GORDON WU GRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP
WORTH UP TO $40,000

PROGRAMS

B
B
m
m, B, M, D
d, B
B
B
B
m, B, M, D
m, B, M, D
B
M
d, B, M
m, B
m, B
B
B
M, D
m, B, M, D
M, D
B, M, D
B
M, D
m, B, M
m
m, B
d, B
m, B, M, D
M
B, M, D
m, B, M
B
M, D
B, M, D
m, B, M, D
B
m
d, B
DMD
M
d, B

m, B, M, D
D
M
M
B
B
B
P
B
B, M, D
P
m, B, M, D
m, M, D
B
M
B
M
m, B
m, B
m, B, M
m, B
B, M, D
m, B, M, D
m, B, M, D
B, M, D
m, B, M, D
m, B, M, D
B
B
m, B, M
B
d, B
m, B
m, B
m, B
m, B, M, D
M, D
m
B, M, D
B, M, D

I
Icelandic
Immunology
Interdisciplinary Studies
Interior Design
International Business
Italian Studies
Italian
J
Judaic Studies
K
Kinesiology
L
Labour Studies
Landscape Architecture
Latin
Latin American Studies
Law
Leadership and Organizations
Linguistics
Logistics and Supply Chain
Management
M
Management
Management Information
Systems
Marketing
Mathematics
Mechanical Engineering
Medical Microbiology
Medical Rehabilitation
Medicine
Medieval and
Early Modern Studies
Microbiology
Music - Composition
Music - Conducting
Music - General
Music - History
Music - Integrated Music/
Education
Music - Jazz Studies
Music - Performance
N
Native Languages
Native Studies
Natural Resources and
Environmental Management
Natural Resources
Management
Nurse Practitioner
Nursing

m, B, M
M, D
M, D
M
B
B
m
m
B, M
m, B
M
m, B
m
JD, M
B
m, B, M, D
B, M
m, B, M, D
B
m, B, M, D
m, B, M, D
B, M, D
M, D
B, M
B, MD
m, B
m, B, M, D
B, M
M
B
B
B
B
B, M, P
m
m, B, M
D
M
M
B, M, D

O
Occupational Therapy
Operational Research/
Management
Oral and Maxillofacial
Surgery
Oral Biology
Orthodontics
P
Painting
Pathology
Peace and Conflict Studies
Periodontics
Pharmacology and
Therapeutics
Pharmacy
Philosophy
Photography
Physical Education
Physical Geography
Physical Therapy
Physician Assistant Studies
Physics and Astronomy
Physiology and
Pathophysiology
Plant Science/Biotechnology
Polish
Political Studies
Printmaking
Psychology
Public Administration
R
Recreation Management and
Community Development
Religion
Respiratory Therapy
Russian
S
School Psychology
Sculpture
Social Work
Sociology
Soil Science
Spanish
Statistics
Surgery
T
Theatre
U
Ukrainian
Ukrainian Canadian
Heritage Studies
V
Video
W
Womens Studies

M
B, M
M
M, D
M
d, B
M
M, D
M
M, D
B, M, D
m, B, M
d, B
B
m, B
M
M
m, B, M, D
M, D
m, B, M, D
m
m, B, M
d, B
m, B, M, D
M
m, B, M
m, B, M, D
B
m, B
M
d, B
B, M, D
m, B, M, D
m, M, D
m, B
m, B, M, D
M
m, B
m, B
m, B
d, B
m, B

Program Codes
d
Diploma program
m Minor
B
Bachelor Degree

JD
M

Juris Doctor
Masters Degree

D
MD

Doctor of Philosophy/PhD
Doctor of Medicine

Note: Programs are units within various University of Manitoba faculties and schools. Please visit umanitoba.ca/admissions to learn more.

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E
Economics
Education
Education Administration,
Foundations and Psychology
Education - Curriculum
Teaching and Learning
Education - Early Years
Education - Integrated Music
Education - Middle Years
Education Post Baccalaureate
Education - Senior Years
Electrical Engineering
Engineering
English
Entomology
Entrepreneurship/
Small Business
Environment
Environmental Design
Environment & Geography
Environmental Science
Environmental Studies
F
Family Social Sciences
Film Studies
Finance
Food Science
French
G
Genetics
Geography
Geological Sciences
Geology
Geophysics
German
Global Political Economy
Graphic Design
Greek
H
Health Sciences
Health Studies
History
Human Anatomy and
Cell Science
Human Nutrition and
Metabolism
Human Nutritional Sciences
Human Resources/
Industrial Relations

DMD Doctor of Dental Medicine


P
Post-Baccalaureate Diploma

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ADMISSION INFORMATION

A
Aboriginal Business Studies
Aboriginal Governance
Stream
Accounting
Actuarial Mathematics
Aging
Agribusiness/
Agricultural Economics
Agriculture
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Tuition fees are determined by the number and type of courses that you register for. The following
tuition fees are estimated amounts based on a typical undergraduate student taking a full course
load from September to April. Actual tuition costs for students may be higher or lower depending
on their specific choice of courses.

ADMISSION INFORMATION

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ESTIMATED COST OF FIRST YEAR (INTERNATIONAL STUDENT)*


Items

Cost

Tuition

$14,500 - $19,800

Books, supplies and student fees

$2,500

Residence (with meal plan)

$6,200 - $12,300

Total

$23,200 - $34,600 CAD

Note: Visit umanitoba.ca/student/ics/finances to learn more about budgeting to live


in Winnipeg.

PAYMENT DEADLINES AND METHODS

FINANCIAL AID AND AWARDS


International high school applicants are automatically considered
for entrance scholarships if you apply before March 1 and carry
a minimum 85% average in five senior level academic courses
from an approved list.
NUMERIC GRADE

SCHOLARSHIP

95 100%

$2,000 CAD

90 94.9%

$1,400 CAD

85 89.9%

$800 CAD

Tuition and student fees will be assessed after you register


for courses. Fees are due at the beginning of the term and
can be paid online, by bank wire transfer, debit or cash.

Note: Canadian curriculum and IB diploma students may be eligible for additional
entrance scholarships.

umanitoba.ca/admin/financial_services

* Fees are estimated at the time of publication and are subject to change.

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UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSIONS
424 University Centre
Winnipeg, Manitoba
Canada R3T 2N2
Phone: +1-204-474-8808
Fax: +1-204-474-7554
Email: international_students@umanitoba.ca

ENGLISH LANGUAGE CENTRE


520 University Centre
Winnipeg, Manitoba
Canada R3T 2N2
Phone: +1-204-474-9251
Fax: +1-204-275-8098
Email: elc@umanitoba.ca
umanitoba.ca/elc

FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES


500 University Centre
Winnipeg, Manitoba
Canada R3T 2N2
Email: graduate_studies@umanitoba.ca
umanitoba.ca/graduate_studies

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