Application Documentation
Required Documents for your MPT Application

It is recommended that all supporting documentation be uploaded in the on-line application prior to submission in order to meet the documentation deadline of November 15, 2020. Proof of enrollment must be supplied at the time of application for courses in progress during the Fall 2020 term. An application is considered incomplete until all supporting documentation is received.

Supporting Documentation

  • Unofficial transcripts from all universities/colleges attended other than the University of Manitoba. All post-secondary institutions attended must be disclosed in the application. Transcripts and proof of enrolment in current courses is required as part of the application. 

    University of Manitoba transcripts are not required as we can obtain them confidentially via Aurora Student. University of Manitoba students with a grade change in Aurora student must provide notification to our office prior to the January 31, 2021 deadline.

    It is the applicant’s responsibility to inform the Admissions office at in writing of any deferred exams or grade changes. All final grades, including grade changes must be submitted to the Admissions Office by the interim transcript deadline of January 31, 2021 in order for them to be included in the final selection process.

    Official transcripts will only be required by the Faculty of Graduate Studies if you are recommended for admission. Official copies of your transcripts, degree certificates and/or translations are typically required within one month of your letter of offer.
  • Proof of Indigenous descent if applying under the Canadian Indigenous Peoples Category.
  • Evidence of English language proficiency where applicable. The Faculty of Graduate Studies English Language Test Exemption List is available here.

    Note: Students whose education was not in English are required to provide written evidence of English language proficiency scores in keeping with the Canadian Alliance of Physiotherapy Regulators, the administrators of the national Physiotherapy Competency Examination required of all graduates in order to practice in Canada. The minimum score requirements can be found on the Department of Physical Therapy website here.
  • Upload relevant written correspondence from the MPT Chair of Admissions or CoRS Admissions Officer in support of your application if a special request has been made.


Last update: July, 2020