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Quick facts

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    Entrance scholarships

    Each year, new students receive over
    $3 million in entrance scholarships.

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    Indigenous community

    UM is home to more than 2,600 First Nation, Métis and Inuit students.

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    UM is a member of the U15, Canada's top research-intensive universities.

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    Unique programs

    +29,000 students study more than 100 accredited and internationally recognized programs.

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    International students

    International students make up 19% of the student body, drawn from more than 120 countries.

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    200+ student groups connect students through hobbies or social causes, religion or culture and more.

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    Work experience

    UM is home to the most comprehensive co-op work experience programs in the province.

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    Our elite Bisons Sports athletes compete across nine sports.

Explore the University of Manitoba

Parent information session

Watch this info session specifically geared toward parents and supporters of prospective undergraduate students. Learn about University of Manitoba programs, services, application timelines, university costs and more so you can help support your student throughout this exciting journey!

Your student's privacy is important to us!
Due to the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (FIPPA), the University of Manitoba is unable to share information about a student's application or application status with any third-party (including family) without express consent from the applicant.

Preparing for first year

The first year at university is a balancing act for all new students. Review these tools to ensure your student puts their best foot forward.

Paying for university

While the University of Manitoba offers some of the lowest tuition fees in Canada, the cost can be daunting. Scholarships, bursaries and some savvy financial planning can help significantly. The majority of students pay for their post-secondary education with a combination of funds such as: savings, scholarships, wages and loans.

Moving away for school

For many students, university is a chance to gain independence and explore newfound freedoms. Help your student decide where they will call home while they study.

Connect with our team

The Student Recruitment Team is available to answer your questions about student experience, the admissions process and application details. Reach out to us by phone or email with any of your questions or concerns.

Student Recruitment
Room 424 UMSU University Centre
66 Chancellor's Circle
University of Manitoba
Winnipeg, MB R3T 2N2 Canada

Phone: 204-474-8808
Toll free: 1-800-224-7713 ext: 8808

Meet the Student Recruitment Team