The team at IBEP provides a variety of services to Indigenous students in pursuit of their Bachelor of Commerce, or Asper MBA degree, including tutoring, networking opportunities and access to their scholarship and bursary program.
ENGAP provides an opportunity for students of Indigenous ancestry, who may not have had access to the resources to obtain the prerequisites required to get into, prepare for and succeed in engineering.
The Access programs offer specialized support services and degree credit courses for students who face social, economic, geographic or academic barriers to getting a university education.
The Faculty of Social Work offers students the Bachelor of Social Work program through the Inner City Access Program. It is designed to support students who have traditionally faced systemic barriers common to inner-city life experience.
Located in Thompson, Manitoba, students complete all university courses required for a Bachelor of Social Work degree. The curriculum is designed to meet the specific needs of northern social work students. It includes field placements in northern communities.
This program is designed to provide a support network to increase student success.
For over 40 years, the Native Studies department at the U of M has been an international leader in the field, committed to outstanding research, teaching and service relating to the historical and contemporary position of the Indigenous peoples of Canada.