Get your information right from the source. Don't rely on second-hand information about entrance requirements, the selection process, how competitive it is to get into a particular program, or how to transfer credits from other faculties or institutions.
Plan for your second year. If you're a University 1 student looking to go into Arts or Science, please note that eligible students can transit directly to these faculties through the registration system. All other U1 students need to complete an application to be admitted to the faculty, school, or college of their choice.
Admissions, 424 University Centre, Phone: 204-474-8808
The Registrar's Office maintains your personal and academic records at the university, using the Aurora registration and student information system. The Registrar's Office also offers a range of essential services and support and can answer general inquiries about being a student at the U of M.
Areas of service and support include:
Registrar's Office, 400 University Centre, Phone: 204-474-9420, Fax: 204-269-1065, Toll free (N. America): 1-877-474-9420
The English Language Centre assists those whose first language is not English. Our focus is on improving academic English so that current and future students can be successful in achieving their academic goals.
Full-time Programs (for future degree students)
Our 14-week Intensive Academic English Program (IAEP) starts in September, January and May. Successful completion of the highest level, Level 5, meets the language requirement for admission to the U of M.
Workshops and Part-time Courses (for current degree students)
Our workshops and part-time courses give you opportunity to practice speaking and writing in preparation for assignments in degree study.
The ELC is an official IELTS Test Centre and provides two test dates each month. IELTS is a globally recognized English language proficiency test that is accepted to meet academic study, work and immigration requirements.
This is an established and well respected program. We match international students requiring room and board with local hosts. In addition to improving your spoken English, it's a great way for you to learn about life in Canada and share your culture with Manitobans.
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