Steeped in tradition and excellence that stems back 131 years, the University of Manitoba has grown to be the largest and most recognized post-secondary educational institution in the province.
In a typical year, the university has an enrolment of approximately 22,000 undergraduate students and 3,000 graduate students. The university offers over 90 degrees, more than 60 at the undergraduate level, in academic programs as diverse as agricultural and food sciences, music, engineering and medicine. Most of our academic units offer graduate studies programs leading to master’s or doctoral degrees.
The University of Manitoba is also home to a wide range of research centres and institutes, and Smartpark Research and Technology Park, a community of innovators that forges collaborations between university and industry.
The University of Manitoba is recognized as a sacred space where every Indigenous student is empowered with the resources needed to achieve academic success and cultural and spiritual wellbeing so that they can grow as leaders in their communities and fields of study.
GRADUATE (MASTER & Ph.D.) DEGREES