The Faculty of Education offers more than just what’s in the classroom. Through our programs, students build a community that lasts a lifetime. Take advantage of scholarships, resources and spaces specifically designed for education students.
The Faculty of Education is home to a number of shared spaces used by students, faculty and staff. Our computer lab has both Windows and Macintosh computers for daily use and offers photocopying and printing services.
Students can take advantage of our new Indigenous student centre and shared theatre space. Our new art space and learning commons will open later in 2020.
Financial aid and awards
Undergraduate financial aid and awards
The faculty offers a number of scholarships, bursaries and awards to eligible students. Funding is available to education students at all levels, in all programs, and in all years.
Graduate student awards
Every year, graduate students in the Faculty of Education are considered for the following awards:
- Manitoba Teachers’ Society Scholarship in Educational Leadership
- Betty A. Nicks Fellowship
- Delta Kappa Gamma Manitoba Mary E. Lamont Fellowship
- Ruthlee Teskey Memorial Fellowship
- Any other applicable award for which the applicant fits the criteria
The faculty also provides students with awards for research and conference travel. These awards have rolling deadlines:
More details about each graduate student award can be found in the application form.
University of Manitoba's Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Scholarship: Engaging Indigenous Languages, Knowledges, Learning and the Land
The program is intended to develop global citizens, activate a new generation of global leaders, enhance collaborative capacity and relationship building and enable scholars to pursue and amplify community development across the Commonwealth. Thanks to funding provided by the Waugh Family Foundation, QES 2021 supports projects in Latin America and the Caribbean that focus on education, social services and health.
The Canadian Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Scholarship Program (QES) is a joint initiative of the Rideau Hall Foundation, Community Foundations of Canada and Universities Canada. The program was created through contributions from the Government of Canada, provincial governments, the private sector and individuals.
Scholarship recipients, called “Queen Elizabeth Scholars”, engage with communities, learn about cultures and create projects and actions that impact the world. They are part of a global network of Queen Elizabeth Scholars who share knowledge, exchange ideas, and collaborate on meaningful initiatives.
For more information about QES including information about the various training opportunities and experiences, please check out their webpage at: www.queenelizabethscholars.ca
Education Student Council (Undergraduate)
The EdSC is an important part of the Faculty of Education undergraduate student experience. They provide:
- Facebook Group (Search: University of Manitoba - Faculty of Education Student Council)
- Twitter Link (Follow us @umedsc)!
- Professional Development presentations
- Faculty of Education items for sale
- Grad Photos
- Fund the Future Scholarship
- Faculty of Education Valedictorian
Education Student Council Professional Development (PD) Sessions
PD sessions will be offered on Wednesdays throughout the fall and winter terms. Topics will include relevant educational issues and supporting resources to assist your knowledge base as an educator. These events are designed for Bachelor of Education students, however other University of Manitoba students, faculty members, and staff are welcome to attend.
Contact the EdSC
Fax: 204-474-7551 (Mark all faxes "Attention EdSC")
Student Council Office
RM 320 Education Bldg
University of Manitoba
Education Graduate Students' Association (EdGSA)
The EdGSA represents the interests of graduate students in the Faculty of Education, both within the faculty and the university at-large. The mission of EdGSA is to mobilize students and advocate for graduate student priorities as identified by its members.
The 2022/2023 EdGSA executive:
Co-VP of Academic Advocacy
Abiola Maarufat Olowolagba
Co-VP of Academic Advocacy and AFP Representative
VP of Finance and Ph.D. Representative
Connect with the EdGSA:
Drop by our office: Room 308 Education
Arc Education is a new initiative that aims to build a group similar to a gay-straight alliance (GSA) in the University of Manitoba's Faculty of Education.
The name "Arc" represents the height of the rainbow, a symbol of diversity and pride in the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, two-spirit and queer (LGBTTQ) community. We see education as being at the "height" of confronting issues and challenges facing LGBTTQ people, and therefore well-positioned as a discipline to contribute to social change.
As a social and research group, we have several purposes:
- To create a safe space for LGBTTQ students, faculty and staff and their allies in the Faculty of Education;
- To explore some of the complex issues surrounding sexual and gender diversity faced by stakeholders in education (teachers, administrators, students and so forth); and
- To guide teacher candidates, educators, administrators, researchers and colleagues on the process of creating a gay-straight alliance in Manitoban schools and other educational venues.
If you would like to participate in Arc Education, please email the Education Student Council at email@example.com
Anyone who is interested in joining the group is welcome. Students, faculty and staff are most welcome to attend. Attendees are encouraged to preview the website www.mygsa.ca so they can obtain a sense of what a GSA does.
Faculty of Education
Room 230, Education Building
71 Curry Place
University of Manitoba (Fort Garry campus)
Winnipeg, MB R3T 2N2 Canada