Getting Started

Congratulations - you’ve applied to the University of Manitoba and are on your way to becoming a U of M student! So - what happens next? The first step is to accept your Offer of Admission.

  • Once an official admission decision has been made, you will receive notification by email.
  • Log in to your Online Application to view your admission decision.
  • If you have received an admission offer, your offer letter will be visible within your application portal.
  • Follow the steps in your offer letter to accept your offer. You must accept your offer before you can register for classes.
  • Most offers are dated, meaning you have until a specific date to accept your offer. Be sure to accept your offer by this deadline.

If you want to check your application status or review for any outstanding documents, you can do so by logging into your online application.

If you want to review admission requirements or if you require information about submitting an application, please see the General Admissions Requirements.

Claim Your UMnet ID
You should claim your UMnetID to gain access to important computer accounts and activate your @myumanitoba email. This must be done prior to registering for classes. Full instructions and details for how to claim your UMnetID are available on the Claim ID webpage.

Scholarship Offers
Students who have applied for Direct Entry admission for Fall (September) Term and who are eligible to receive entrance scholarships will receive a scholarship offer via email after admission decisions are made. Follow the steps in your offer to claim your scholarship.

Advanced Placement (AP) & International Baccalaureate (IB)
AP and IB credits are considered for admission, scholarships and transfer credit. Final results must be received directly from the AP/IB Examination Board and you must submit a Request for University Credit form to be considered for transfer credit.

International Students
The International Centre provides many helpful resources for new international students, including pre-arrival information, welcome sessions, and workshops on banking, transit, and other services.