School Counsellors

School counsellors play a vital role in preparing high school students for their future.  At the University of Manitoba, our team is dedicated to providing you with the information you need to prepare your students for a successful transition from high school to university. 


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Counsellors' Seminar: Held annually in September, this professional development day for counsellors provides updates on admission requirements, scholarships and U of M programs.

Evening of Excellence: Every October we welcome high-achieving high school students and their friends and family to learn about scholarships and awards, visit our academic fair and meet U of M students and faculty.

Open House: High school students, school groups, mature learners and parents are invited to explore campus and experience a day in the life of a university student at our annual open house in February. 

Presentations and Outreach

Student Recruitment visits schools in the fall (October-November) and spring (May-June) for in-class presentations. Contact us for more information about a presentation at your school.

Group campus tours for school groups are also available upon request throughout the year. Contact us for more information or to book a tour. 

Support for Indigenous Students

The Indigenous student recruitment team is available to help Indigenous students transition from high school to university. Services include:

  • Presentations for junior high school students
  • Northern and First Nation community visits
  • Campus tours with a focus on Indigenous supports and programming  

Quick Links

*Note that students applying from high school who have never before attended university will apply for admission to a Direct Entry program. Students require at least one year of post-secondary study to apply for admission to an Advanced Entry program.

**Note that high school pre-requisites denote high school course work that a student requires in order to take specific university courses in their chosen program once at university.

Contact Us

For a list of staff contacts, click here. 

For more information on our Indigenous student recruitment, click here.

 Student Recruitment 
 Phone: 204-474-8808