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We attract people from around the world who share our ideals and vision for positive change. We believe in embracing challenges and taking action. Our students, researchers and alumni 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. We are where imagination and action collide.
Since 1877, the University of Manitoba has been driving discovery and inspiring minds through innovative teaching and research excellence. Proudly located in the heart of Canada, the U of M has a strong and engaged community of students, faculty, staff, alumni, donors and community partners. With more than 140,000 alumni living in 137 countries, our impact is global.
At 97 and counting, the University of Manitoba has produced more Rhodes Scholars than any other university in Western Canada. Student success shows up everywhere, from kinesiology students earning Canada's highest success rate in their certification exam to pharmacy students pulling in a number 1 ranking in their licensing examinations.
Students of the University of Manitoba not only receive world-class instruction from our award-winning professors and researchers, they also have the opportunity to work alongside these great minds, gaining research experience at the undergraduate level.
We have a legacy of groundbreaking research in nanotechnology, functional foods and nutraceuticals, HIV/AIDS, and climate change. Research meets industry in Smartpark Research and Technology Park, our home for cutting-edge companies, all of which are partnered with the university.
The Bison sports program is a source of great pride at the University of Manitoba. The Bison men's football team, recent winners of the Vanier Cup, is only one example in a diverse athletic program that includes hockey, volleyball, basketball and soccer, and has 14 national championships under its belt.
Our first year
We want our students to succeed, and success starts with making the right choices. Enter University 1. Our student-focused first year program provides a flexible learning environment for students to explore their interests and the diverse range of academic options available at our university.
The university consists of a main Fort Garry Campus, spanning over 676 acres, a downtown Bannatyne Campus, adjacent to Winnipeg's Health Sciences Centre, and many other smaller satellite locations. There are 13.7 km of roads, 7,090 parking spaces, and 1,266 residence rooms for students.
The spirit of our university is built on more than 130 years of unique tradition. Architecture has Ditchball, Agriculture has the Bed Push, and the university has its Beautification and Sneaker days. Whatever the tradition, the university community passionately rallies around these spirited events year in and year out.
Located at the heart of the Fort Garry Campus, the Duckworth Quadrangle is one of the great places to meet, socialize and enjoy campus life. The tree-laden park is also a wonderful starting point to explore the rest of the campus, which includes more than 60 major buildings.
Manitoba's history and culture flow from the Red River. The Red has been a heartland for Aboriginal and Métis people and was the birthplace of Manitoba. Bordering the University of Manitoba's Fort Garry Campus, the Red gives students, faculty and staff the opportunity to enjoy a stroll along its lush banks.
Our internationally accredited programs and award-winning researchers and instructors have a world-class reputation. With tuition fees lower than most other Canadian universities and an affordable city to call home, our students enjoy a high-quality education at a very reasonable cost.
Proficiency in English can be demonstrated prior to admission by:
i) A successfully completed English Language Proficiency Test from the approved list is required of all applicants unless they have received a high school diploma or university degree from Canada or one of the countries listed on the English Language Proficiency Test Exemption List
ii) The Faculty of Graduate Studies requires a passing, acceptable English Language Test score in order to offer admission. Please note: In all cases, test scores older than two years are invalid. Thresholds required for successful completion are indicated in parentheses.
Please note: In addition, foreign language students may be asked by the unit to complete the CanTEST prior to or following registration in the Faculty of Graduate Studies and, if need be, the unit may recommend remedial measures in language skills based on the results of the CanTEST. Some units may require a specific test or test scores greater than those indicated below and students should check departmental supplemental regulations for details.
The University of Manitoba rewards the academic achievements of International Students through entrance scholarships for international high school graduates as well as scholarships and awards for current undergraduate and graduate international students. In addition to these scholarships, the UM has established a bursary program designed to assist international students with finanacial need meet the cost of tuition and living expenses.
Click the links below for information on UM scholarships, awards and bursaries for international students.
International Student Health Insurance Relief Fund: the purpose of this fund is to provide some financial support in the form of a bursary to students facing financial hardship due to the costs associated with health care coverage. Pre-screening criteria for this fund are as follows:
Below are a number of funding opportunities available specifically to international students. Please note that these are not the only opportunities available to you.
The UMGF and MGS are among the many others awarded according to your course of study and academic eligibility.
International Graduate Student Entrance Scholarship (IGSES)
International students entering their first year of full-time graduate studies in pursuit of a Master's, PhD or Graduate Diploma may be eligible for this scholarship. Academic qualification for this scholarship is a grade point average (GPA) of 3.5 in the previous two years of study. When we calculate your GPA during the admission process, we will determine your eligibility, so there is no need to apply for this scholarship.
International Graduate Student Scholarship (IGSS)
This scholarship provides funding in subsequent years when full tuition fee is required. Deadline for applications is April 1 of each year.
International Graduate Student Bursary (IGSB)
Awarding of this bursary is based on grade point average and verification of need. It will help to provide financial aid in subsequent years when full tuition fee is required, and is administered by the Financial Aid and Awards Office.
J.W. Dafoe Graduate Fellowship
One award valued at $10,000 for full-time students entering the first or second year of a Master’s program to the Departments of Political Studies, Economics or History at the University of Manitoba, whose research focuses on International Relations. For any questions about this award, please contact email@example.com.
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