The Mission of the University of Manitoba is to create, preserve, and communicate knowledge and, thereby, contribute to the cultural, social and economic well-being of the people of Manitoba, Canada and the world. Please review our 2012 Community Report titled Here, We are Compelled to be Leaders.
The University of Manitoba operates under a bicameral system of governance, with the Board of Governors as the governing body and Senate as the Academic body. Further information can be found on the University Governance website.
Our Academic Calendar & Catalog can be viewed here.
With two campuses in Winnipeg and over 100 programs across multiple faculties and schools, the University of Manitoba offers more learning, teaching and research opportunities than any other post-secondary institution in the province. For a complete listing visit the Faculties, Departments and Schools website.
The University of Manitoba is the only research-intensive university in the province, and the vast majority of research undertaken in Manitoba takes place on one of our campuses or at our research stations.For further information, visitthe Research section of our website.
Nineteen libraries provide support to the teaching, learning and research needs of the University of Manitoba community, offering access to a comprehensive collection, including digital and archival resources as well as online research publications. Further information can be found on the Libraries website.