University of Manitoba courses and programs

University of Manitoba courses and programs

Today, the University of Manitoba is the oldest higher education institution in the western Canada. Many people note that it’s the perfect place for studying. The number of students accounts about 30 000. And 15% of them are foreigners. The people from around the world enter University of Manitoba and choose many different programs. Today you’ll know more about university of Manitoba courses, their admission requirements and particularities of tuition.

University of Manitoba courses and programs

Something about University of Manitoba

The higher education institution is located in a culturally diverse city Winnipeg. It’s really perfect place for young people who want to be successful and refine themselves. The university was founded in 1877 by combining several local colleges. It’s included on the list the best 500 universities in the world of SJTU. It also ranks 14th place on the list of the top 50 universities in Canada.

This largest higher educational institution offers fundamental educational programs and conducts active scientific-research and activity. There are many research centers and institutes on its territory. The number of University of Manitoba in Canada offers more than 100 programs leading to the bachelor's, master's and doctoral degrees. It is also famous for its international exchange program that allows to get an internship during the studying in one of 36 countries of the world. In addition, the university offers a number of preparatory courses, as well as the possibility of distance education for future students. The University of Manitoba Canada cooperates with 54 research institutes around the world.

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University of Manitoba

University of Manitoba tuition

The University of Manitoba became famous due to its educational and research programs. The higher educational institute offers more than 90 programs in medicine, law, engineering, education, physics and mathematics, medicine, architecture, etc. The students can continue their studying on one of the master's programs, as well as to get a doctor’s degree in a chosen humanitarian or technical field of knowledge.

The university has developed an unique program for first-year students that is called University 1. This is a preparatory studying that will help a first-year student to get basic knowledge. This program includes an attending individual courses. After this studying a student can choose a desirable specialty. The University 1 lasts one year. However, some faculties require more than 1 year of studying. To know more information you can contact them directly.

There are undergraduate and graduate levels in this university. The University of Manitoba has also programs for occasional and visiting students.

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Undergraduate programs

There are a lot of undergraduate programs in the university:

  • Aboriginal Business Studies, Aboriginal Governance, Accounting, Actuarial Mathematics – Business, Actuarial Mathematics – Science, Agribusiness, Agriculture, Agriculture Diploma, Agroecology, Agronomy, American Sign Language/English Interpretation, Animal Systems, Anthropology, Applied Mathematics, Architecture (Masters), Art, Art History, Asian Studies, Astronomy, Athletic Therapy;
  • Biochemistry, Biological Sciences, Biosystems Engineering, Biotechnology, Business;
  • Canadian Studies, Catholic Studies, Central & East European Studies, Ceramics, Chemistry, City Planning (Masters), Civil Engineering, Classical Studies, Classics Commerce, Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Cree, Criminology;
  • Dental Hygiene, Dentistry, Drama, Drawing;
  • Economics, Education - Bachelor of Education, Education - Post Baccalaureate, Electrical Engineering, Engineering, English, Entomology, Entrepreneurship/Small Business, Environmental Design – Architecture, Environmental Science, Environmental Studies;
  • Family Social Sciences, Film Studies, Finance, Fine Arts, Food Science, French;
  • Genetics, Geography, Geological Sciences, Geology, Geophysics, German, Global Political Economy, Graphic Design, Greek;
  • Health Sciences, Health Studies, History, Human Nutritional Sciences, Human Resource Management / Industrial Relations;
  • Icelandic, Interior Design (Masters), International Business, Italian;
  • Jazz Studies, Judaic Studies;
  • Kinesiology;
  • Labour Studies, Landscape Architecture (Masters), Latin, Latin American Studies, Law, Leadership and Organizations, Linguistics, Logistics and Supply Chain Management;
  • Management, Management Information Systems, Marketing, Mathematics, Mechanical Engineering, Medicine, Medieval & Renaissance Studies, Microbiology, Music, Music Composition, Music Education, Music History, Music Performance;
  • Native Studies, Nursing;
  • Occupational Therapy (Masters), Ojibway, Operations Management/Research;
  • Painting, Philosophy, Photography, Physical Education, Physical Geography, Physical Therapy (Masters), Physics, Plant Biotechnology, Polish, Political Studies,Pre-Veterinary Medicine, Print Media, Psychology – Arts, Psychology – Science;
  • Recreation Management and Community Development, Religion, Respiratory Therapy, Russian;
  • Science, Sculpture, Social Work, Sociology, Soil Science, Spanish, Statistics;
  • Theatre;
  • Ukrainian, Ukrainian Canadian Heritage Studies, University 1;
  • Video;
  • Women's & Gender Studies.

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undergraduate programs

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Master degree

There are graduate programs for masters in University of Manitoba:

  • Agribusiness and Agricultural Economics, Animal Science, Anthropology, Applied Health Science, Architecture;
  • Biochemistry and Medical Genetics, Biological Sciences, Biomedical Engineering, Biosystems Engineering;
  • Canadian Studies (Université de Saint-Boniface), City Planning, Civil Engineering, Classics, Community Health Sciences, Computer Science;
  • Disability Studies;
  • Economics, Éducation (Université de Saint-Boniface), Education, Electrical and Computer Engineering, English – Theatre - Film & Media, Entomology, Environment and Geography;
  • Fine Art, Food Science, French, Spanish and Italian;
  • Genetic Counselling, Geological Sciences, Geography, German and Slavic Studies;
  • History, Human Anatomy and Cell Science, Human Nutritional Sciences;
  • Immunology, Interdisciplinary Graduate Programs, Interior Design;
  • Kinesiology and Recreation Management;
  • Landscape Architecture , Law, Linguistics;
  • Management, Mathematics, Mechanical Engineering, Medical Microbiology & Infectious Diseases, Microbiology, Music;
  • Native Studies, Natural Resources Management, Nursing;
  • Occupational Therapy, Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Oral Biology, Orthodontics;
  • Pathology, Peace and Conflict Studies, Pediatric Dentistry, Periodontics , Therapeutics, Philosophy, Physical Therapy, Physician Assistant Studies, Physics and Astronomy, Physiology and Pathophysiology, Plant Science, Political Studies, Prosthodontics, Psychology and School Psychology, Public Administration;
  • Rehabilitation Sciences, Religion;
  • Social Work, Social Work - Indigenous Knowledge, Sociology and Criminology, Soil Science, Statistics, Surgery.

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Doctoral degree

For doctoral degree the University of Manitoba offer the next programs:

  • Agribusiness and Agricultural Economics, Animal Science, Anthropology, Applied Health Sciences;
  • Biochemistry and Medical Genetics, Biological Sciences, Biomedical Engineering, Biosystems Engineering;
  • Chemistry, Civil Engineering, Collaborative, Community Health Sciences, Computer Science;
  • Design and Planning (Architecture);
  • Economics, Education, Electrical and Computer Engineering, English – Theatre - Film, & Media, Entomology;
  • Food Science, French, Spanish and Italian;
  • Geography, Geological Sciences;
  • History, Human Anatomy and Cell Science, Human Nutritional Sciences;
  • Immunology, Interdisciplinary Graduate Programs;
  • Linguistics;
  • Management, Mathematics, Mechanical Engineering, Medical Microbiology & Infectious Diseases, Microbiology;
  • Native Studies, Natural Resources Management, Nursing;
  • Oral Biology;
  • Peace and Conflict Studies, Therapeutics, Physics and Astronomy, Physiology and Pathophysiology, Plant Science, Psychology and School Psychology;
  • Religion;
  • Social Work, Sociology and Criminology, Soil Science, Statistics.
doctoral degree

University of Manitoba admissions

You can visit their official site and apply right there. Chose an option Admission information and upload all necessary documents or just send to physical address. You should check carefully your application because you can’t correct mistakes after sending.

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To contact university, you can use the next data: call 1-204-474-8808, 1-800-224-7713 (free) or write on international_students@umanitoba.ca.

Admission requirements for foreign students:

  • certificate of secondary education, IELTS 6.5 or TOEFL 237 for bachelors
  • bachelor’s degree IELTS 6.5 or TOEFL 250 for master degree and experience for some programs.

There are many opportunities and benefits for students. They can use the library, computer laboratories, break rooms, health centers and so on. The important part of studying in University of Manitoba is its sport part. At the interuniversity competitions about 360 athletes represent it. As you can see, there a lot of opportunities for the students. Who knows, maybe you are one of the future students too. Try your hand!

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