Information for Prospective International Graduate Students
It is an exciting time to be in graduate studies at the Faculty of Kinesiology and Recreation Management (FKRM)! Our graduate programs have several International Students who come from as far away as China to learn with us.

We pride ourselves on the diversity of our programs, research, Faculty and of course, graduate students. The perspective and input International Students bring to our studies, research and programs is integral to our success.

The University of Manitoba is a great place for International Students to study, and because of this there are many support services in place. Every year about 1,700 students from more than 90 countries worldwide come to the University of Manitoba to pursue their academic dreams. You will find the information provided below will help you get started in your move to become a part of this Faculty and campus.

Ask Us a Question
If you have any questions, please ask our Graduate Program Coordinator
Phone: (204) 474-7806
Office address: 202 Active Living Centre
The University of Manitoba
Winnipeg, Manitoba
R3T 2N2

TOEFL (English Language Proficiency Test) & Your Application
A successfully completed English Language Proficiency Test is required of all applicants to our two Masters’ programs unless you have received a high school diploma or university degree from Canada or another country listed on the English Language Proficiency Test Exemption List.

English Language Centre
The centre offers non-credit, part time academic English courses to assist English as a second language to students already in academic study at The University of Manitoba

Courses are offered in Fall, Winter, and Spring and Summer sessions.
Applications are processed on a first-come-first-serve basis. Class enrollment is limited, so early registration is recommended. Registration is accepted up to the beginning of the course if space is available. Tuition fees for these courses typically runs between $140-$160 per course.

For more information please contact them at 520 University Centre or visit their website at:

Learning Assistance Centre
Where all students can further develop their academic strengths and skills in writing, learning and research:

Tutoring Services

Information regarding housing and student life for all U of M students:

Services for the International Student at the U of M
The first resource for many International Students is the University’s International Centre for Students. There you will find accommodation notices, items for sale, employment notices, student announcements and more! Please visit their site at:

Faculty of Graduate Studies Information for International Students

University Funding Opportunities
For a list of funding opportunities for graduate students at the U of M please visit:

Overview of University Services
There are a variety of educational, social and personal services to assist students and the general public. Many of these services are summarized here: