The University of Manitoba is a public non denominational University located in Winnipeg, Canada. University of Manitoba was founded by Alexander Morris. University of Manitoba received a charter on February 28, 1877. University of Manitoba finally opened on June 20, 1877. University of Manitoba was founded in 1877. University of Manitoba is the largest university located in the province of Manitoba. University of Manitoba is the 17thh largest University in Canada. University of Manitoba has a record of 25,460 undergraduates and 2,348 administrative staff. University of Manitoba is known for their standards in research intensive post secondary educational institution. University of Manitoba has high academic standards, and a wide range of professional disciplines. University of Manitoba motto is “floreat” which means “flourish or prosper” in English.
THE UNIVERSITY CAMPUS
University of Manitoba sponsored an urban planning design competition in 2013. The purpose was to improve the general campus experience and also to guide future growth by creating an urban framework.
University of Manitoba is the largest University in the province of Manitoba. University of Manitoba has a record of a total enrollment of approximately 26,000 students in 22 faculties. Most students in the University of Manitoba are undergraduates. The University faculties;
- Agricultural and Food Sciences
- School of Agriculture
- School of Art
- Faculty of Arts
- Faculty of Dentistry
- School of Dental Hygiene
- Faculty of Architecture
- Faculty of Engineering
- Faculty of Education
- Clayton H. Riddell Faculty of Environment, Earth and Resources
- Extended Education
- Faculty of Graduate Studies
- Robson Hall- Faculty of Law
- I. H. Asper School of Business
- School of Medical Rehabilitation
- Faculty of Medicine
- Faculty of Human Ecology
- Marcel A. Desautels Faculty of Music
- Faculty of Pharmacy
- Faculty of Nursing
- Faculty of Kinesology and Recreation Management
- Faculty of Social Work
- University 1
- Division of Extended Education
University of Manitoba overtook the University of Sherbrooke to be rated second last overall in the Mac leans Ranking of Canadian Medical Doctoral Schools in 2014.
The students at the University of Manitoba are members of the University of Manitoba Students Union [UMSU]. University of Manitoba Students Union represents students at the Senate as well as supporting students and providing programs. University of Manitoba also has a Geek Organization
At University of Manitoba undergraduates can be admitted through;
This option applies to current High school students. Students who have already graduated from High School but who have completed less than 24 credit hours [ four full coures] at an accredited university or college. Admission to certain direct entry program options is highly competitive.
This option is open to students who have completed a minimum of 24 credit hours of university level of study. Specific requirements for each program option will vary and may require additional credit hours for an undergraduate degree in order to be eligible.
GENERAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENT
Admission to the University of Manitoba requires successful completion of both general admission requirement that apply to all applicants, as well as program specific requirements that depend on where you are applying from and what program[s] you are applying to.
Canadian high school student
Students applying based on high school courses who have graduated or will be graduating from a Canadian high school curriculum.
International high school student
Students applying based on high school courses who are graduated or will be graduating with an international education background
Students over 21 years of age who do not meet high school requirement and either have never attended another university or have completed less than 24 credit hours
Students interested in taking courses for personal interest with no examinations for assignments.
Students who have completed previous college or university courses from another post-secondary institution
Returning, re-admission, or continuing students
Students wishing to return to a previously attended University of Manitoba program. Students who previously applied, but did not attend the University of Manitoba.
Students who wish to enroll in courses at the University of Manitoba with the purpose of having credit transferred to their home university.
Students interested in taking degree courses, but are not pursing a degree.
$90 Canadian Citizens/Permanent Residents
$120 International Applicants
Estimated Cost: FULL-TIME, FIRST-YEAR U1 STUDENTS [ 30 CREDIT HOURS]
Actual costs for study at the University of Manitoba will depend on many factors [see residence, program choice and accommodations/lifestyle below] For more information visits the Registrar’s Office
Tuition $4,400 $14,700
Books and supplies $1,800 $1,800
Medical Insurance $292 $292
Sports $153 $153
U-Pass $260 $260
Parking Pass[optional] $560 $560
Residence[optional] $6,200-$12,300 $6,200-$12,300
Totals $7,000-$19,800 $17,200-$30,000
LIVING ACCOMMODATION AND LIFESTYLE
Housing is available on campus through our university residence, though many students choose to live off campus as well.
University of Manitoba is a well structured University. University of Manitoba has contributed greatly to the nation at large. University of Manitoba has a goal of producing graduates of high esteem and leaders of tomorrow. Benefit of going to the University are numerous. University of Manitoba excels greatly in their colleges especially their Faculty of Medicine. University of Manitoba offers accommodation for international students and has a fairly average cost of living depending on one’s lifestyle. The University is also well know for its museums and library.