University of Manitoba

The University of Manitoba is located in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Founded in 1877, it is the first university in Western Canada. It is a public comprehensive research university and one of the top universities in Canada. The University of Manitoba has three campuses – the Bannatyne Campus, Fort Garry Campus and the William Norrie Centre.

The University of Manitoba is a member of the U15 Consortium of Research Universities in Canada and around the world. The Department of Engineering of the University enjoys a worldwide reputation. The School of Medicine, the School of Agriculture and the Asbo School of Business are among the best schools in Canada.

Collaboration Programs: Programs of Arts, Engineering, Recreation Management and Community Development, Agricultural and Food Sciences, Business, Environment Earth and Resources, Science etc

Popular Majors: Engineering, Business and Recreation Management and Community Development

Enrollment months: January, May and September

Admission requirements: Undergraduate programs require 55%+