Whether you know what degree path you will take, or are still trying to find the right program, the Faculty Fair will give you a taste of what you can expect during your studies.  A wide variety of Faculties, Schools and Colleges will give you a sneak peek of what they have to offer their students.  Find out about: 

  • Programs/Departments/Majors available
  • Exciting experiential learning opportunities (e.g. Co-op, undergraduate research)
  • Scholarships/Grants/Bursaries available
  • Student Associations and ways to get involved
  • Sample content from common intro courses – What’s it really like to study “X”? 
  • Remote Learning.  What does that look like in your target program?

View the replays of participating faculties here.

REPLAYS IF AVAILABLE Participating faculties

Faculty of Arts - View replay

Welcome to the Faculty of Arts!

Did you miss the session? View the replay.

Are you considering a career in Economics, Psychology, Labour Studies, or Linguistics? Maybe you’re wondering about one of our over 25 other areas of study?
 
If you’re starting at the Faculty of Arts this fall, watch this session to learn about your degree options (we have co-op!), hear some tips on how (and when) to choose your major and see what a typical first year timetable looks like. You’ll also meet an Associate Dean, an Arts Academic Advisor and our Student Council President who will tell you about the many opportunities for students.

We're excited to share what the Faculty of Arts has to offer. To connect directly with an Academic Advisor in the Faculty of Arts, email arts_inquiry@umanitoba.ca.

Faculty of Science - View replay

Planning for Success in Science

Watch for an overview of the opportunities and degree programs available to students in the Faculty of Science!  Learn how you can become a successful Science student, get involved with research, integrate co-op work terms into your program, and discover opportunities for hands-on learning. Hear from three students as they discuss the transition to university, taking courses through remote learning, and address some of the common misconceptions about being a university student.

Rady Faculty of Health Sciences, College of Nursing - View replay

Nursing Program - Welcome to Nursing!

Watch for an inside look at the experiences you will have in our state-of-the-art skills and simulation labs and an introduction to possible career opportunities as a nurse.


Bachelor of Midwifery Program Overview

This information session will give a brief overview of midwifery in Manitoba.  We will share highlights of the new Bachelor of Midwifery program, as well as, information regarding program structure.  Additionally, we will give specific information on how to connect with our student advisor to learn more about our program.

Faculty of Agricultural and Food Sciences - View replay

Surviving Your First Year in Agriculture

Watch students from the B Sc. Agriculture (Plant Biotechnology, Animal Systems, Agronomy), B Sc. Agribusiness and B Sc. Agroecology programs in the Faculty of Agricultural and Food Sciences for a preview of some First Year courses, a warm welcome from a few professors and real-life career stories. Learn about how to balance your studies with a social life and how you can get involved with student life in your first year despite our new online reality.

To connect with an Academic Advisor in the Faculty, email aginfo@umanitoba.ca.


Surviving Your First Year in Human Nutritional Sciences and Food Science

Watch students from the B Sc. Human Nutritional Sciences and B Sc. Food Science programs in the Faculty of Agricultural and Food Sciences for a preview of some First Year courses, a warm welcome from a few professors and real-life career stories. Learn about how to balance your studies with a social life and how you can get involved with student life in your first year despite our new online reality.

To connect with an Academic Advisor in the Faculty, email aginfo@umanitoba.ca.

Clayton H. Riddell Faculty of Environment, Earth, and Resources - View replay

Welcome to the Clayton H. Riddell Faculty of Environment, Earth, and Resources - Understanding the relationship between our planet, environment, natural resources, and society!

Watch for an overview of the Faculty, the programs we offer and the opportunities available to students. Information on student resources, course selection and registration information is also provided.

To connect with an Academic Advisor in the Faculty email riddell.faculty@umanitoba.ca

Price Faculty of Engineering

Thursday, June 25, 10:00 am

Thinking of a career in Engineering? Join us to find out what you can expect as a student in the Price Faculty of Engineering. You’ll hear what it’s like to study Engineering from upper year students. We’ll provide an overview of the Preliminary Engineering Program and review each of the five Engineering programs available: Biosystems, Civil, Computer, Electrical and Mechanical.

Zoom meeting details

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