Admissions Update

MPT Program Admissions Update: April 16, 2019

The MPT Selections Committee has confirmed the 50 successful candidates for the 2019-2020 PT academic year along with 16 alternates.
Emails will be sent out in the coming weeks to all applicants that attended the MMI with one of the following messages:

  • Recommended by the MPT Selections Committee to be offered a spot in the program
  • On the alternate list for a spot in our program
  • Application was not successful 

The timing of decision emails will vary. Please refrain from contacting our office to obtain your committee decision or to inquire about placement on the alternate list. Should an applicant decline the MPT recommendation or offer of admission the next candidate on the alternate list will be notified as quickly as possible.
Classes for the incoming MPT 1 cohort are scheduled to begin on Tuesday, August 6, 2019.

MPT Admissions Update: April 3, 2019

The MPT Selections Committee is scheduled to meet on Tuesday, April 16th, 2019 to determine recommendations for admission. In the weeks following this meeting decisions will be released by email to all candidates that attended the March 2nd and March 3rd MMI.

MPT Admissions Update: February 7, 2019
Career Services at the University of Manitoba has just added a Prepping for the MMI Seminar for University of Manitoba students attending the MPT 2019 MMI.  The workshop is scheduled to take place on February 28th from 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm. Registration is required in advance through careerCONNECT . Please visit Career Services at for more information (note: space is limited).

MPT Admissions Update: February 5, 2019

MPT 2019 Applicants:
MPT MMI offers have been determined today. Those extended an interview offer will receive notification by email this week. The MPT MMI is scheduled to take place on Saturday, March 2nd  and Sunday, March 3rd , 2019. Candidates receiving the interview offer will be required to follow directions in the email in order to secure an interview time slot. 
This year the minimum Grade Point Average of Prerequisite Courses (GPAPC) in order to be guaranteed an interview offer was 3.850 in the “Manitoba” applicant category and 3.889 in the “Other Canadian” applicant category.
Early decisions will be released to ineligible applicants and those not considered to have a competitive GPAPC for the interview.
A waitlist is being kept should any interview cancellations occur. Please refrain from contacting our office regarding waitlist placement. Placement on the waitlist will not be released to candidates. If a spot  does become available our office will contact with the first candidate on the waitlist as quickly as possible. Waitlisted candidates not receiving MMI offers will have their applications closed following the March 2nd & 3rd MMI weekend. 

Roland Lavallée, BA, BMRPT, MClSc, FCAMPT
Chair of Admissions Committee
Department of Physical Therapy
College of Rehabilitation Sciences
Rady Faculty of Health Sciences