The University of Manitoba, the largest post-secondary university in the province, has more than 100 undergraduate, master’s and doctoral programs. It provides opportunities for dedicated co-op programs and transformative postdoctoral research in a wide-range of disciplines.
Most first-year students take University 1, a unique approach to entry-level studies that allows students to take courses required for their chosen program while providing exposure to several other disciplines.
This past year UM welcomed more than 2,500 First Nations, Métis and Inuit students; close to 300 were graduate students. The university is home to one of the largest Indigenous student populations in Canada. International students make up 20.5% of the student population.
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