University of Manitoba Bannatyne Campus

Our story

Grateful for the territories and lands on which the university community learns, conducts research and engages with external partners, UM is guided by the Traditional Territory Acknowledgment in carrying out the core work of its mission, the priorities it sets and the decisions made to move forward as an institution.

  • 1877

    UM is established

  • 29,944

    undergraduate and graduate students

  • 188,000+

    alumni living in 139 countries

  • U15

    One of Canada's 15 research-intensive universities

  • Mission

    We advance learning by creating, sharing, preserving, and applying knowledge in partnership with diverse communities to promote the cultural, social, and economic well-being and health of Manitoba, Canada, and the world.

  • Vision

    The University of Manitoba will be a vibrant and thriving community, enriched by Indigenous knowledges and perspectives. We will lead change for a better Manitoba and world.

  • Values

    To achieve our vision, we require a commitment to a common set of ideals. The University of Manitoba values: Belonging, Curiosity, Impact, Integrity and Well-being.

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