Transfer Credit

The University of Manitoba assesses transfer credit as a part of the application for admission process. Course assessment will commence once your application has been received. Courses are assessed on a course-by-course basis by the applicable department or teaching unit on campus and assigned a University of Manitoba equivalent, if one exists. In some cases where a direct equivalent does not exist, students may receive general (unallocated) credit.

Transfer credit regulations are program specific and may vary considerably depending on the faculty or school of application; some may only consider courses completed within the last 10 years.

The U of M Transfer Credit Equivalencies database is now available as a reference tool to look up current course assessments. Please take note of the guidelines outlined on the database access page as these course assessments are subject to change.

Applying as a Transfer Student
Applying as a Second Degree Student
Secondary/High School
Submitting Course Information
Written English Assessment
Letter of Permission for Transfer Credit


APPLYING AS A TRANSFER STUDENT
Applicants who have attempted 24 credit hours of coursework will be considered for admission on their post-secondary grades. However, secondary/high school transcripts may still be necessary for courses requiring pre-requisites.

APPLYING AS A SECOND DEGREE STUDENT
The rules regarding assessment of transfer credit for Second Degree students will vary between programs. Some programs require the assessment of all completed course work from accredited colleges or universities, while other programs restrict assessment to courses which may be used to satisfy course pre-requisites or specific program requirements.

University of Manitoba Agreements: Articulation Agreements and Joint Programs

SECONDARY/HIGH SCHOOL

AP or IB Request for University Credit

SUBMITTING COURSE INFORMATION
Information submitted for transfer credit assessment is subject to the University of Manitoba’s policy on Academic Fraud or Misconduct, which includes:

  • failure to declare attendance at another post-secondary institution
  • presenting falsified academic documentation
  • encouraging another person to falsify records through translation or data changes
  • presenting falsified or fictitious reference documentation

The commission of applicant fraud or misconduct may result in acceptance and registration being withdrawn and the applicant disqualified from consideration, not only in the year of application, but in subsequent sessions. If discovered in a subsequent session, it may result in dismissal from the university.

Course information may be submitted by mail, fax, or email. Please remember to include your student/reference number or full name and date of birth with all information submitted.

Mail
University of Manitoba
Undergraduate Admissions
424 University Centre
Winnipeg, MB
Canada, R3T 2N2

Attention: Evaluations Office

Fax
204-474-7554

Email (SUBMISSION OF COURSE MATERIAL ONLY)
evaluations@umanitoba.ca

WRITTEN ENGLISH ASSESSMENT
Courses transferred from external institutions (other than Department of English courses) do not satisfy the written English requirement, except by individual assessment. Further information can be obtained by contacting the Dean's Office, Faculty of Arts, 3rd Floor Fletcher Argue. See Section 2.2 General Academic Regulations and Requirements in the Undergraduate Calendar. Request to Evaluate for the University of Manitoba Written English (PDF)

LETTER OF PERMISSION FOR TRANSFER CREDIT
Students in undergraduate programs at the University of Manitoba may take courses at other recognized colleges or universities for transfer of credit provided such courses are approved in advance by the Faculty or School in which they are currently registered. For further information, please see Applying for Letter of Permission.