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Agricultural and Food Sciences
Environment, Earth and Resources
Kinesiology and Recreation Management
Undergraduate programs of study
With over 100 programs across multiple faculties, schools and colleges, the University of Manitoba offers more learning, teaching and research opportunities than any other post-secondary institution in the province. Explore admission requirements by program (PDF).
- Aboriginal Governance
- Actuarial Mathematics - Business
- Actuarial Mathematics - Science
- Aging (interfaculty option)
- Agriculture Diploma
- Animal Systems
- Applied Mathematics
- Art History
- Arts - Integrated Studies
- Asian Studies
- Athletic Therapy
- Social Work – Distance Delivery
- Social Work – Fort Garry campus
- Social Work – Inner City Program at William Norrie Centre
- Social Work – Northern Program in Thompson
- Soil Science
- Sport, Physical Activity and Recreation in the Community Certificate (SPARC)
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Academic opportunities and supports
Whether you need guidance during your first year, strategies to help you along the way or partnerships to put your knowledge into action, these academic supports and research opportunities will help you thrive as a university student.
Start on a strong foundation
Your first year of university is about settling into school, making good choices and developing good habits. The First Year Centre offers a number of resources, workshops and events to help get you started in your first year.
Throughout your degree, academic advisors are here to help you succeed. Right from your first year, advisors will help you navigate your options to make the most of your time at the university.
Transition into university life
The Access Program, available to all Manitoba residents with preference given to Indigenous students, provides you with a support network that allows you to forge your way towards a successful academic future.
If you are a new Indigenous student, the Qualico Bridge to Success Program facilitates the transition into post-secondary education at UM by offering pre-orientation activities, academic learning support, advising, peer mentoring and special events.
Get expert advice
Fueled by curiosity, our research experts are deciphering the building blocks of life, creating profound expressions of culture and discovering innovations that will shape the world of tomorrow.
You could experience hands-on research with a professor right here at the university. Through their research, scholarly work and creative activities, our professors are contributing to the cultural, economic, health and social well-being of the citizens of Manitoba, Canada and the world.
Showcase your research
UM researchers make discoveries, develop theories and and produce creative works in a wide range of disciplines, especially within eight key research themes.
But research isn't just for professors! Each fall, the Undergraduate Research Poster Competition showcases undergraduate student’s expertise and passion for research.
Visit the Academic Learning Centre
The Academic Learning Centre team will help you strengthen your writing, studying and research skills. The centre offers tutoring, workshops, study sessions and resources to help you succeed in the classroom.
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66 Chancellor's Circle
University of Manitoba (Fort Garry campus)
Winnipeg, MB R3T 2N2