Academic Advising

Our academic advisors look forward to meeting with you and working with you so you can reach your goals.

The Faculty of Education is open from 8:30am - 4:30pm. For academic advisor availability see below.


Undergraduate Student Services Office
Providing information and guidance to future and current Bachelor of Education and Integrated Music / B.Ed. students

Room 203 Education Building

Undergraduate Program – An Academic Advisor is available by appointment.

To book an appointment please contact us at the phone numbers below 8:30am to 4:30pm. Please call the morning of your appointment to confirm.

To serve you better and ensure your privacy, reception staff will ask to see your ID prior to your meeting with an academic advisor.
 
The B.Ed. Student Services Office may be closed for lunch between 1 – 2 p.m. If you are planning to come to the office specifically during the lunch hour, please call to confirm that the office will be open during lunch on that day.

Contact Us:
(204) 474 - 9004, or
Toll Free (in Manitoba only) 1-800-432-1960 (ext. 9004)
bachofed@umanitoba.ca 


PBDE & Graduate Student Services Office
Providing information and guidance to future and current Post-Baccalaureate Diploma in Education (including Internationally Educated Teachers), Master of Education, and Doctoral Students

Room 203 Education Building

Student Advising Services are normally available to students and potential students on a drop-in and phone-in basis from noon to 1:00 pm Monday to Friday. Please call ahead to confirm that an advisor is available before dropping in.

Advisors are available for limited drop-in & phone-in hours. To make an appointment, please phone or send an e-mail. (see below)

Contact Us:
(204) 474 - 7886, or
Toll Free (in Manitoba only) 1-800-432-1960 (ext. 7886)
edgradpr@umanitoba.ca

How to prepare to meet an Advisor

  1. Try to do as much research as you can on your own by first reviewing the Academic Calendar & Catalog and by reviewing the Faculty of Education website.

  2. Obtain copies of all of your academic transcripts and have them on hand for reference. You may obtain official copies of your University of Manitoba transcripts from the Registrar’s Office, or view your program history on Aurora Student.

  3. Write out all of your questions beforehand and bring them with you.

  4. Try to give the advisor as much information as possible regarding your situation. All visits are confidential.