Our faculties, colleges and schools
With two main campuses in Winnipeg and over 100 programs across multiple faculties and schools, the University of Manitoba offers more learning, teaching and research opportunities than any other post-secondary institution in the province.
Agricultural and Food Sciences, Faculty of
Agriculture, School of
Architecture, Faculty of
Art, School of
Arts, Faculty of
Business, I. H. Asper School of
Education, Faculty of
Engineering, Price Faculty of
Environment, Earth, and Resources, Clayton H. Riddell Faculty of
Graduate Studies, Faculty of
Health Sciences, Rady Faculty of
Dental Hygiene, School of
Dentistry, Dr. Gerald Niznick College of
Medicine, Max Rady College of
Nursing, College of
Pharmacy, College of
Rehabilitation Sciences, College of
Kinesiology and Recreation Management, Faculty of
Law, Faculty of
Music, Desautels Faculty of
Science, Faculty of
Social Work, Faculty of
St. Andrew's College
St. John's College
St. Paul's College
Programs of study
Tailor your studies to your interests and aspirations. Explore your options – from first year courses to advanced graduate degrees.
UM's official publication containing course descriptions, program and graduation requirements, as well as rules, regulations and policies.
The Registrar’s Office is a key academics hub on campus, with information about enrolment, and academic and financial records.
Helping you succeed with access to the best information and advice for your research.
Supporting academic excellence
Engage locally and globally
Community Engaged Learning
Community service-learning offers local and international programs to help students develop the knowledge and skills needed for ethical community engagement.
President’s Student Leadership Program
Through the President’s Student Leadership Program, students gain a broad perspective on leadership to help their career in any field.
International exchange programs
The International Centre’s exchange programs offer students a range of options to study abroad while earning credit toward their degree.
Co-op programs allow students to combine practical paid work experiences with classroom education to enhance their skill set.