Information for Exchange Coordinators


Admission Application Forms

  • Fall (Term One): April 1
  • Winter (Term Two): September 1

Residence/On-Campus Housing Application Forms

  • Fall (Term One): April 1
  • Winter (Term Two): September 1


Due to the high demand for on-campus housing, students are encouraged to apply as soon as they have been nominated to the Asper School of Business by their home school. Most exchange students live on campus, but rooms are limited and space is not guaranteed. For information on Student Residences, please click here.


Student should indicate the courses and course numbers that they wish to take while studying at the Asper School on their application form. The Exchange Coordinator will register student in their courses 3-4 weeks prior to the start of each term. There is no guarantee for courses depending on space and if the student meets our pre-requisite requirements. Students will find out their course schedules once they meet with the Exchange Coordinator. A transcript is required to demonstrate pre-requisite requirements (scanned copies are sufficient for evaluation, but official transcripts will be required at a later date).

  • All Asper courses are 3 credit hours (13 weeks)
  • 39 hours of lecture time


At The University of Manitoba, students can expect to pay an average of $150 per course for books. Students can sell their books at the end of each term to receive a portion of this money back before their departure.

Administrative Fees

Please refer to the Incoming Exchange Handbook to see the cost of our fees.

Students pay for these fees upon their arrival to the Asper School.

Exam Period Mandatory Attendance

All exchange students must remain available for the exam period. Exams for our classes are not scheduled until after the sixth week of class, therefore student need to schedule their departures for the end of the term. There are no special considerations made for exchange students in the Asper School with this policy.

English Language Requirements

Students need to be prepared to complete all studies in English. At The University of Manitoba, our English Language Requirements are as follows:

  • Paper-Based TOEFL score above 550
  • Computer-Based TOEFL score above 213
  • Internet-Based TOEFL score above 80
  • IELTS score above 6.5

For further information, please visit the Registrar's website.

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