University of Manitoba
Over the past 140 years, the University of Manitoba has built a strong and engaged community of students, faculty, staff, alumni, donors and community partners. It has more than 140,000 alumni living in 137 countries. It offers more than 100 programs and most of its academic departments have graduate studies leading to master's or doctoral degrees.
The university believes an exceptional student experience is built on the foundation of innovative teaching, that encourages students to learn, thrive and grow through unique experiential and engagement activities both on and beyond campus. The university is home to St. Andrew’s College (Ukrainian Orthodox), St. John’s College (Anglican), St. Paul’s College (Roman Catholic) and University College (secular), providing smaller classes and creating community. Across 19 locations, its libraries house more than 2.5 million items, and offer access to 75,000-plus print and electronic journals, and over one million e-books.
The Co-Curricular Record supports a holistic approach to student development. Students can choose from more than 350 activities on campus to grow their transcript of extra-curricular involvement. Students can take part in over 100 service-learning, internship, co-op and exchange programs with the chance to travel and study abroad in more than 30 countries.
As Manitoba’s only medical-doctoral university, we offer programs in areas as diverse as the humanities, the visual and performing arts, science, medicine, law, agriculture, engineering and architecture. This strong learning environment has helped nurture a climate of academic excellence. During our history, 97 students have been named Rhodes Scholars, the most from any university in Western Canada.
The university offers programs and services to help international students before and after their arrival to ease their transition to Canada and ensure their experience is enjoyable, safe, and successful. Its International Centre also provides programs and resources for internationally-minded students looking for opportunities both inside and outside of Canada.
The University is located on Treaty One territory, on the traditional territory of the Anishinaabe peoples and the homeland of the Metis Nation.
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