Applicants from Diploma and Degree Nursing Programs

Applicants who have attended a nursing diploma or degree program, the completion of which would result in the graduate’s eligibility to write the Registered Nurse Examination (or equivalent) in order to qualify for registration to practice as a Registered Nurse, must:

Fall (September) Admission

  • Apply by April 1st
  • Complete a supplementary form, providing additional information, by May 1st
  • Satisfy admission requirements, including the competitive adjusted Grade Point Average
  • Submit, in writing, the reason for leaving the previous or current program and for applying to the Bachelor of Nursing Program at the University of Manitoba

Applicants must complete a supplementary form, which can be downloaded at the time of application. You can either upload the form with your application by April 1st or send the completed form to the College of Nursing by May 1st.

Winter (January) Admission

  • Apply by August 1st
  • Complete a supplementary form, providing additional information, by September 1st
  • Satisfy admission requirements, including the competitive adjusted Grade Point Average
  • Submit, in writing, the reason for leaving the previous or current program and for applying to the Bachelor of Nursing Program at the University of Manitoba
Applicants must complete a supplementary form, which can be downloaded at the time of application. You can either upload the form with your application by August 1st or send the completed form to the College of Nursing by September 1st.

The Dean, Director, Coordinator, or Head of the Nursing program in which the student was previously or is currently registered will be contacted by the College of Nursing for information about the student’s status in the previous or current nursing program (including matters pending) with regard to failures, probation, suspension, determination of professional unsuitability, disciplinary action, or other related matters.

Applicants who would be eligible to register in 3rd or 4th year courses will be considered for admission only if space is available.

Appeals of decisions are limited to the question of procedural regularity only. The merits of the decision are not subject to review.

 

October 2014