Please start by provide some contact information and then let us know your academic goals at UM. Next, select the time you plan to attend each part of Get Ready to Register. 

Student name

Contact information

Target Program

Target courses and programs

Which cluster best represents the types of courses or programs you are targeting?

Biology, Microbiology, Chemistry, Pharmacy, Dentistry, Medicine, Nutrition and Food Science
Nursing, Kinesiology, Athletic Therapy, Interdisciplinary Health Programs
Asper, Agribusiness, Recreation Management, Economics
Engineering, Computer Science, Math, Physics, Geological Sciences, Agriculture, Physical Geography, Environmental Sciences
Law, Education, Social Work, Arts, Recreation and Sport, Human Geography, Environmental Studies
Music, Arts, English, Theatre, Architecture
Keeping your options open
Part 1: Supports to navigate your career journey

Part 1: Supports to navigate your career journey

Making decisions about your career can feel exciting, challenging, rewarding, and a little scary all at the same time. Career Services is here to assist you to identify and reach your career goals throughout your entire degree program. Learn about the supports available to help you explore pathways, gain relevant and meaningful experiences, and make the most of your career journey during and after your studies at the University of Manitoba.

Part 2: Choosing your courses

Part 2: First year planning guide

The First Year Centre has created the First Year Planning Guide (FYPG) for brand new UM students. This session introduces the FYPG as the tool you will use for course selection. Whether you have a target program in mind, are hoping to do some exploration, any of these sessions will set you on the path leading to successful selection of your first year university courses. We’ll review how to make the most out of the FYPG and highlight the following:

  • The difference between course planning and registration
  • Commonly required first-year courses
  • How to choose your first-year courses
  • Where to find help
Part 3: Timetabling and registration

Part 3: Timetabling and registration

Once you have an idea of the courses you want to take, the next step is building your timetable and completing registration. During this session, we walk you through the process of developing your schedule and the steps to becoming registered in UM classes. 

This session will cover:

  • Considerations for course load
  • Steps for becoming enrolled in classes
  • Planning for the unexpected
  • Where to get help