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University of Manitoba

Country

Winnipeg, Canada

Overall Ranking

284 in Webomatrics - World

Fees

Varies

Overview

  • The University of Manitoba is a public research university in Manitoba, Canada, founded in 1877. It has since become the 17th largest university in the country, establishing itself as one of the premier research universities in the region. 
  • The university has 24 faculties across different fields, offering over 100 undergraduate programs. Many of these programs can be followed by graduate and postgraduate studies offered by the university. 
  • The best programs at the University of Manitoba include Doctor of Medicine (MD), Master of Fine Arts (MFA), and BSc in Electrical Engineering. 
  • The main campus of the university is located in Fort Garry, Winnipeg. The campus is spread over a total area of 690 acres, with nearly 60 buildings dedicated to teaching and research located here. The other major campuses operated by the university include the William Norrie Centre, Bannatyne Campus, and James W. Burns Executive Education Centre.
  • It also operates the Universities de Saint-Boniface, a French regional public university. The tuition costs can come up to CAD 15,000 per annum.
About the University

Year of establishment

1877

University Website Link

https://umanitoba.ca/

Also Known as

UManitoba

Total Students

31020

Total International Students

6345

Size of Campus

676 acres

University of Manitoba Ranking

Ranking Provider
Rank

Webomatrics - World

284

Webomatrics - National

16

US News

387

Popular Courses Offered

Undergraduate

Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Chemistry

Duration

48 months

Tutiton Fees

1,344,750

Eligibility

The following entrance standards must be satisfied by international high school applicants:

 

Eligibility for Undergraduates

 

You must meet the following requirements if you are an overseas student who has just completed high school and has no previous postsecondary experience:

 

  • Show off your command of the English language.
  • Satisfy the normal entrance requirements for your country or study programme. The Standard International Curriculum, which covers the International Baccalaureate (IB) and British patterned Education (GCE) requirements, is detailed on the Foreign entrance criteria page
  • meet the needs of the programme you've chosen (s)

 

For those aspiring Indians

 

A minimum of 60% in each of the senior-level courses listed below with a comparable minimum average of 70%:

 

  • English or a first language literature course
  • Mathematics
  • additional academic coursework

 

Many programmes demand that high school graduates master a particular subject. A high percentage of at least 85% is required for direct admittance.

 

Eligibility for graduates

 

You must meet the following criteria if you are an international applicant seeking admission to the University of Manitoba:

  • It is necessary to have completed a four-year undergraduate programme or its equivalent
  • English language proficiency must be shown

 

 

International Students' English Language Requirements:

 

Test

Undergraduate Courses

Graduate Courses

TOEFL (iBT)    8686
CAEL6060
TOEFL (PBT)   550N/A
PTE     5861
IELTS6.5

6.5


 

Admission Process

International students can apply electronically using the university's application website. New users must first register with personal information before beginning an overseas application. Online inspection and tracking of all applications will be available to applicants at all times. To apply as an international student through the university's application portal, follow the directions below:

 

Step 1: Create an account at manitobaug.radiusbycampusmgmt.com/ssc/zx671mA867020x6702kl0l.ssc.

Step 2: Enter your personal data.

Step 3: Enroll in the course you want to take.

Step 4: Provide background information about yourself.

Step 5: Choose the programme.

Step 6: Resolve the admissions-related inquiries.

Step 7: Complete the prerequisites for educational background.

Step 8: Complete the English language proficiency information.

Step 9: Review and submit the application.

 

The application requires certain documentation.

 

Admissions for undergraduates:

  • Transcripts of grades
  • Proof of your ability to speak English
  • A statement of purpose
  • A collection of the earlier work
  • A trial run or interview

 

Admissions for Graduates

  • Official transcripts from each previous participant
  • English language proficiency of non-native speakers
  • The resume
  • Interest disclosure
  • A model for learning
  • A birth certificate certified copy
  • Passports, visas, and other course-related papers

 

Accommodation

On-Campus Accommodation

 

  • On-campus accommodation at the University of Manitoba is more than just a place to live while studying
  • Unique programmes and activities will engage students in academic and social growth, diversity, wellness, leadership, and community building
  • The University offers housing in a variety of halls and residences

 

On-campus housing can be found here.

 

Off-Campus Accommodation

 

  • Room Rental, Homestay, Studio Apartment, 3 Bedroom, 2 Bedroom, and 1 Bedroom are all home options
  • The typical monthly rent is between CAD 700 and CAD 1000
  • Electricity, heat, water/sewer, microwave, cable-ready, internet-ready, and air conditioning are among the amenities
  • Walking distance to the shopping centre, parks, theatres, public transportation, restaurants, cafés, and grocery shops
  • A one-year leasing period is possible

 

Off-campus housing link

 

Placements

International students get career guidance throughout their journey at the University of Manitoba through the Career Services. Student career route planning, access to job resources, and other services are all supported through Career Connect, the University of Manitoba's career and employment centre. Students can meet with a career consultant, make connections with alumni or business partners, and find a career mentor. Students can find materials at the resume learning centre to improve their resumes and cover letters.

 

According to Emolument, the typical incomes of University of Manitoba students at their jobs are as follows:

 

Industry

Average Salary in CAD Per Year

Executive Management & Change

$227,000

IT & Software Development

$120,000

Financial Services

$110,000

Consulting, Accounting & professional services

$64,000

Education & Research

$62,000

Leap Scholar Verdict

Advantages

This University rankes at 351st position as per the Times Higher Education World University Rankings.

The University has an employability rate of 83%.

The average acceptance rate is 52%.

Affordable cost of education.

Almost 18% of the student population is international.

Leap Scholar Expert Review

Students looking for research-oriented courses can consider the University of Manitoba as an ideal choice. The University provides more than 100 degrees, diplomas, and certificates courses. It, however, lacks a sports department, so if the students are sports enthusiasts, it would be better if they search for alternative universities.

Get all your Questions Answered

Where is University of Manitoba located?

University of Manitoba is located in Winnipeg, Canada

How much does it cost to study in University of Manitoba?

The average first year cost to study in University of Manitoba is INR 1571746

What is the acceptance rate for University of Manitoba?

University of Manitoba has an acceptance rate of 12.5%

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