University of Manitoba
The University of Manitoba is a world-renowned public research university that was founded in 1877. It was the first university created in Western Canada, and it is the region's largest and sole research-intensive university. At the undergraduate level, the institution provides over 100 degrees, diplomas, and certificates. The University of Manitoba offers 99 graduate programmes and 47 doctoral programmes to international students. Professional subjects such as medicine, law, and engineering are also included.

Cost of attendance

The average cost of studying in Canada for an undergraduate international student at the University of Manitoba is 21,350 CAD. The cost of attending graduate and doctorate programmes at the institution varies depending on the programme type.


On-campus housing options include the Arthur V. Mauro Residence, Mary Speechly Hall, Pembina Hall, and University College Residence. Each year, over 1,350 students enjoy from the university experience in its several houses, each with its own distinct atmosphere and facilities. The average cost of on-campus accommodation, including a food plan, is $10,900. The typical monthly rent for off-campus accommodation is $700 - $1000.

Acceptance rate

There are 29620 students enrolled at the university, with 6,345 of them being international students. The admission policy of the University of Manitoba is moderately competitive, with an average acceptance rate of 52%.


The institution covers 676 acres and is divided into three campuses: Bannatyne Campus, Fort Garry Campus, and William Norrie Centre. The medical and dental educational departments are housed in ten buildings on the Bannatyne Campus. The main site, Fort Garry Campus, has over 60 teaching and research facilities. The William Norrie Centre is the social work education campus. The University of Manitoba maintains satellite campuses throughout the province as well as research facilities around the world. The University has new, modern facilities that compliment old structures that have marked the campus for almost a century.


The Integrated Accreditation Unit (IAU) supports the accreditation process for all five colleges in the Rady Faculty of Health Sciences.

Jobs and Placement

An Industry Placement in a Canadian workplace is provided by the university. The experience provides you with a professional or paraprofessional position that may include skills and knowledge from your programme package as well as previous experience. The practical experience will help you create career goals and network. Your industry mentor will give you with regular supervision, guidance, and feedback. The average University of Manitoba pay is around $43955 per year.

QS Ranking

#501-650 in QS World University Rankings, 2022

The Ranking

#301-350 in World University Rankings by Times Higher Education, 2022

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