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University of Manitoba

Address: 66 Chancellors Cir, Winnipeg, MB R3T 2N2, Canada

Description University of Manitoba

The University of Manitoba, which plays an important role in Canada's educational system, was founded as early as 1877 in Winnipeg, almost in the center of the country. The total number of students of the University of Manitoba today reaches 27,000 people, of which about 9% (2,400 people) - foreign students, representatives of more than 100 world states. In total, 82 educational programs are taught here, 51 - at the level of higher education. In most of the faculties there are postgraduate programs, graduates of which receive a master's or doctor's degree in the chosen specialty.

The University of Manitoba is an important research center and relevant profile institutions. During the last century a lot of useful and important discoveries were made, and their directions are very different - from the fight against AIDS to wireless technologies. With the help and support of the Government of Canada, the Smartpark implementation center was built, where the representatives of the university cooperate with various corporations in the fields of economy and the latest technologies.

This is one of the first Canadian universities to lift prohibitions on any restrictions on admission of students: students with any skin colour, nationality, religion, men and women of any language and religious denomination can study here. Initially, the university was only a few colleges of a different orientation, but at the beginning of the 20th century the process of mass integration was launched: a single academic council was appointed, colleges were transformed into faculties, and there were common goals and lines of activity.

The University of Manitoba today earned an excellent reputation and is respected by colleagues around the world - this is made possible by excellent, balanced and effective educational programs, highly qualified teachers, attention to modern research and innovation. With all its merits, the university establishes an affordable fee for Canadian, American and international students, and the prices for living here are quite moderate. Studying at the University of Manitoba is significantly less than in most other prestigious Canadian universities, and the cost of housing in the city is available to any student.

For foreign students, it is also very attractive to attend a special English Language Center (ELC). Here, foreign students are offered various effective courses that will be very useful in preparing for the university.

There is also the Student Center for Foreign Students Assistance (ICS). It helps foreign students to find a place in the host family and choose the appropriate way of living, organizes special orientation and adaptation programs, conducts all sorts of useful consultations on various topics, and organizes free English support courses.

Many foreign students are attracted by the loyalty of Canadian laws, which makes it possible to work part-time during studying (and on a summer vacation - a full-time job). It is important that the place of work is outside the campus, otherwise the students are given freedom of choice. In addition, there are useful internships  that will help you to earn valuable practical experience, working contacts and acquaintances, to reduce your financial expenses for studying a little. After graduation, students have the right to work for some time in the provinces, as well as apply for immigration - for this purpose, a special provincial program has been adopted in Manitoba.

Programs, courses and tuition/boarding fees, prices in University of Manitoba

Program name
Date
Age
Cost

The first stage of higher education - a diploma and a bachelor's degree - allows you to start working in the chosen direction, or to continue studying the specialty, to obtain a master's or doctoral degree. The University of Manitoba offers the following directions:

  • Kinesiology
  • Architecture
  • Applied arts
  • Ecology
  • Pedagogy
  • Engineering
  • Sociology
  • Right
  • Natural resources
  • Business.
Annual
21+
from 12 000 $CAD / year

Students wishing to obtain a master's degree from the University of Manitoba are offered a wide range of studying areas and disciplines:

  • Immunology
  • Architecture
  • Right
  • State and Municipal Administration
  • Anatomy
  • Psychology
  • Linguistics
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Anthropology
  • Building
  • Engineering in the field of computer technology and electricity
  • Economy
  • Biochemistry and Genetics
  • Microbiology
  • Interior Design
  • Mechanical engineering
  • Business Administration
  • Policy
  • Economy of agriculture
  • Engineering in biosystems
  • Genetics
  • Surgery.
Annual
17+
from 19 175 $CAD / year

Accommodation, housing and food

The student campus of the University of Manitoba is located in a quiet and safe area of ​​Winnipeg. Six residences are built here, in which there are places for 1300 pupils (1266 numbers). Rooms are designed for 1-2 people, there are common suites.

Subjects, specialties, faculties and sport

Subjects list : Agribusiness & Agricultural Economics, Animal Science, anthropology, Applied Health Sciences, architecture, art, Art technology, Biochemistry and Medical Genetics, Biological sciences, biomedical engineering, Biosystems Engineering, Collaborative PhD, Community Health Sciences, computer science, Curriculum, Teaching and Learning Master of Education, Dental Diagnostic and Surgical Sciences, Design and Planning, Disability Studies, Doctor Of Philosophy, drama, Dramatic art, economics, Éducation Université de Saint-Boniface, Education with Religious Studies BA (Hons), Electrical and Computer Engineering, English, English, Theatre, Film, & Media, Entomology, Environment and Geography, fine arts, Food Science, Français, Espagnol et Italien, French, Genetic Counselling, geography, Geological Sciences, German and Slavic Studies, german language, Health care, Higher mathematics, history, Human Anatomy and Cell Science, Human Nutritional Sciences, immunology, Interdisciplinary Graduate Programs, Italian language, Kinesiology and Recreation Management, landscape architecture, Latin language, linguistics, Maîtrise en études canadiennes, management, Master of Arts program, Master of Business Administration (MBA), Master of City Planning, MASTER OF ENGINEERING, Master of Laws, Master of Science program, Mechanical engineering, Medical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases, medicine, microbiology, music, Native Studies, Natural Resources Management, Nursing, occupational therapy, Oral Biology, orthodontics, pathology, Peace and Conflict Studies, Pediatric Dentistry, Periodontics, Pharmacology and Therapeutics, Pharmacy MPharm (4 year), philosophy, Physical Therapy, Physician Assistant Studies, Physics and Astronomy, Physiology and Pathophysiology, Plant Sciences (MSc) (Research), political science, political studies, politics, Population Health, Prosthodontics, psychology, Psychology and School Psychology, Public administration, Rehabilitation Sciences, Religious studies, Social Work - Indigenous Knowledges, sociology, Sociology and Criminology, Soil Science, Spanish, statistics, surgery, theater, Theatrical art,  Slavic languages ​​and literature
Events list: archery, Art studio, basketball, cricket, diving, fencing, gym, handball, lacrosse, rock climbing, Swimming in the pool, tennis, volleyball

Events University of Manitoba

In total, 16 sports teams and national teams are working under the auspices of the University of Manitoba.

Winnipeg is the capital of the province of Manitoba, located almost in the heart of North America, at the confluence of two rivers (Red River and Assiniboine River). Its name was taken from a nearby (just 40 miles) large lake Winnipeg. Up to the state border with the US about 60 miles. The history of the city is conducted in 1812: today it occupies an area of ​​465 square meters kilometers and has 702400 people. It is a well-developed, infrastructure-rich city (the sixth most important in Canada), with a lot of entertainment facilities, cafes, bars and a restaurant, beautiful spacious parks, gardens and squares. Especially it is worth noting Assiniboine Park and Kildonan Park with their unique flora and fauna.

Equipment University of Manitoba

In the center of Winnipeg, the University of Manitoba is located on two campuses - "Fort Harry" and "Bannatyn", small university facilities are located in other parts of the city, in the nearest suburbs. In 2008, the Ministry of Education approved a large project worth $ 100 million - the Domino project - which includes the construction of new residences, large-scale technical equipment and the equipping of the university with the latest equipment.

The university has opened for students a wide range of opportunities for sports and outdoor activities, working a lot of fitness programs and sports facilities:

  • Max Bell Center
  • Joe Doupe Recreation Center
  • Frank Kennedy Physical Education Center
  • Center.a

Term dates, timetable and extra fees

The cost is largely dependent on the type of accommodation you choose and the preferred level of comfort.

This amount is already included:

  • Studying on the program
  • Accommodation (selected type)
  • Teaching aids, books and materials
  • Medical insurance
  • Use of the entire campus infrastructure, sports activities.

The amount is not included and is paid separately:

  • Registration fee
  • Flights round trip
  • Transfer in both directions
  • Visa fees and services
  • Consular fees, translation of documents
  • Personal pocket expenses.

Entry requirements, assessment and extra fees, how to apply, what is required to enrol, conditions, entry tests and exams

For Bachelor program applicants it is necessary to prepare a certificate of secondary education (the higher the scores, the better), as well as the certificate of knowledge of the English language: IELTS from 6.5 or TOEFL from 237.

For those who wish to complete the bachelor's program requirements a little higher. It is necessary to provide a bachelor's degree, to confirm work experience (letters and recommendations from employers are welcomed), to prove a high level of English (IELTS 6.5 or TOEFL 250).

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University of Manitoba reviews

mehdi
hey! i'm a student in algeria university of sport i have this year a licence degree in sport entrainement and i want to finish my study in canada any help please.. thank you
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Julia
Do you consider Manitoba University or other canadian universities too? If you have a degree in sport this year, will you consider master programs?
Gregory
A university in which discrimination against foreign students flourishes. If for local people the average score is 2.2, then for foreigners it is 3.5 for some significant faculties of engineering, finance, accounting. Many people go to other places. In practice, it is necessary to take on A and B + this is not realistic for foreigners and there are none among local ones. Zamanuha so we say. Fight with windmills and millstones will grind you. Two have already hanged themselves in the last 3 years. We wish you success.
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SMAPS Manager
Good afternoon, Gregory! Thank you for your feedback about this institution.

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- some schools require tests in several stages (UKISET, internal tests of the school: English, mathematics, logics, subjects, interview, some require a personal visit)
- we recommend to apply one year before the start of the program,
- for Foundation and Pathway programs, IELTS and TOEFL certificates are usually required, respectively

- recommended submission one year before the start of the program,
- the deadline normally closes in January, for TOP HEIs and, as a rule, in March in other universities
- for a bachelor, a Foundation or Pathway preparatory program a completed A-level, IB, High School + IELTS / TOEFL are required
- for Masters you need a graduated higher education, in some cases you need a pre-Masters program
- MBA requires completed higher education, work experience preferably at least 2-3 years, etc.
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