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What we offer

  • A preceptor discusses a file with an intern.
  • Student Affairs connects you to many campus services such as career and personal coaching, student accessibility services and student advocacy.

    With staff dedicated to both undergraduate and postgraduate medical education, we are able to work on your behalf with all levels of medical program administrators, deans, faculty and the various departments in the Max Rady College of Medicine.

    Student Affairs operates with a "no wrong door" policy, which means you are welcome to discuss anything with our staff. Even if we are not the ones best positioned to help you, we can connect you with the appropriate resources.

STUDENT AFFAIRS Undergraduate Medical Education (UGME)

If you are an undergraduate medical student working on completing your MD degree, you can reach us using the button below. We also maintain a community page on Entrada with information and resources for students.

Student Resources

The following student resources can be found on Entrada.

  • Absences, deferrals, leave of absence (LOA)
  • Finance tools
  • Forms
  • Career and interview resources
  • Orientation
  • Transition to Clerkship (TTC)

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Student Affairs Postgraduate Medical Education (PGME)

If you are a postgraduate medical student in residency, you can reach us using the button below. Additional information is also available on Entrada.

Contact PGME Student Affairs

Resident forums 

The annual resident forum is an interdisciplinary event that gives residents from all PGME programs the opportunity to discuss the personal and systemic challenges that impact resident life, as well as time to address those issues and to share strategies for success.

Based on resident feedback, the 2021-2022 PGME resident forum will offer a selection of meaningful sessions relating to the theme of resident wellbeing. It will consist of a panel discussion, small group workshops and recreational activities.

The forum will be offered on three separate half-days over the course of the year to provide flexibility for programs to ensure all residents are able to participate. 

Due to COVID-19, events will take place virtually to accommodate physical distancing requirements.

PGME fellowships

Fellows are enrolled in short-term specialized training programs usually after completion of residency training and within the same area of specialization.

Training undertaken during a fellowship is not recognized as training leading to certification by the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada or the College of Family Physicians of Canada.

Learn more about PGME fellowships


Contact us

Student Affairs
P121 Pathology Building
770 Bannatyne Avenue

University of Manitoba
Winnipeg, MB R3E 0W2 Canada