The deadline for completed applications to all Graduate Nursing Programs by applicants educated outside of Canada and the United States is November 1st.
Click on this link for the admission requirements and other information regarding the PhD in Nursing program: umanitoba.ca/faculties/nursing/prospective/grad/phd_program.html
Pre-requisite/program requirements: The College of Nursing reviews your application to determine if you meet the basic admission requirements. Your adjusted grade point average (AGPA) is calculated to determine if it meets the minimum AGPA requirement of 3.0 by University of Manitoba standards. If you meet these and all of the other requirements (that is, the English Language Test score - see Faculty of Graduate Studies English Language requirements; 3 credit hours each of master’s level courses/or equivalent: Science and Theory of Nursing, Qualitative Research Methods, and Quantitative Research Methods), you are informed by the College of Nursing by email that you meet the initial admission requirements
Please read the previous section “International Applicants to the Graduate Nursing Programs – Application Process” prior to reading the following information.
When you apply to the PhD in Nursing program, there are two sections of the application that applicants to the PhD in Nursing program are unable to complete by the November 1st deadline: 1) the section of the statement of intent in which applicants indicate the rationale for the selection of the academic advisor; 2) written confirmation from the faculty member who has agreed to advise you in the event that you are admitted to the PhD in Nursing program.
Refer to the admission requirements for the PhD in Nursing program: umanitoba.ca/faculties/nursing/prospective/grad/PhD_Nursing_Admission_Req.html Confirmation from the advisor would be submitted later, following the initial screening of your application, referral to potential academic advisors, and acceptance by an academic advisor. This information would be due by the final deadline of February 1st.
**Reminder: Meeting the minimum admission requirements does not guarantee admission.