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The University of Manitoba is a public research university offering education in the Canadian province of Manitoba. It is the first university in Western Canada and was established in 1877. In the list of top global universities, the University of Manitoba is rated #372. In the 2023 QS World University Rankings, it is ranked between 651 and 700. It is one of the 15 top research universities in Canada. The University of Manitoba is ranked between 301 and 350 in the Times Higher Education (THE) rankings in 2022. The admittance rate at the University of Manitoba is 52%.

University of Manitoba

Entry Requirements: Undergraduate

High School: Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) / Intermediate Certificate An equivalent minimum average of 80%
International Baccalaureate: overall minimum grade of 24
A-levels: AAA—AAB


Successful completion of a 4-year Bachelor’s degree or a 3-year Bachelor’s degree PLUS a 1-year Master’s degree from a recognized institution; A minimum of 55% or a second division, higher standing in the previous two years of study.

English Language Requirements

IELTS: 6.5 overall: Minimum: 6.0, in each of the four modules (listening, reading, speaking, writing)
TOEFL: Minimum overall score of 86, and 20 in Reading, 20 in Writing, 20 in Listening, 20 in Speaking.
Pearson Test of English: the minimum score requirement is: 58

University of Manitoba fees

Arts Degree: 16,600 – 24,400
Architecture 20,400
Business Degree: 19,700
Engineering Degree: 22,800
Health Sciences 18,500
Psychology: 19,700
Science Degree: 19,700


Arts Degree: 18,971
Business Degree: 19,700
Engineering Degree: 18,971
Master of Orthodontics: 131,551
Master of Paediatric Dentistry: 97,195
Master of Finance: 51,822
Science Degree: 18,971
MBA: 22,957
Psychology: 18,971

Living cost

The cost of meals and accommodations is between $7,723 and $9,872 per year

Application Fee

Undergraduate: 120 CAD
Graduate: 100 CAD

Application Deadlines

Admission to the University of Manitoba is accessible in three semesters: fall, winter, and summer. The university’s undergraduate and graduate application dates vary by school, college, faculty, and program.

M. Finance: Application Deadline For Fall 2023 Intake [1 Mar 2023]
L.L.M: Application Deadline For Fall 2023 Intake [15 Dec, 2022]
M.S Management: Application Deadline For Fall 2023 Intake [1 Feb, 2023]
M.B.A: Application Deadline For Fall 2023 Intake [1 Mar 2023],    
Application Deadline For Winter 2024 Intake [1 Jul 2023]
M.S Biological Sciences: Application Deadline For Fall 2023 Intake [1 Mar 2023],
Application Deadline For Winter 2024 Intake[1 Jul, 2023]

Note: You can apply for the Fall 2023 sessions with the majority of the deadlines on February 1, 2023, and March 1, 2023.

University of Manitoba scholarships

International Undergraduate Student Entrance Scholarship

Scholarships will be offered to students who:

  1. Are international students (i.e. residents of Canada with valid study permits) who submitted for admission to any Faculty or School at the University of Manitoba by the March 1 deadline.
  2. Are paying the international student tuition fee rates;
  3. Have achieved a minimum high school average of 85% based on the best five senior-level academic courses.
  4. Each year, the monetary worth of each prize is determined in levels based on high school grade averages.
  5. Averages greater than or equal to 95% – $3,000.
  6. Averages greater than or equal to 90% – $2,000
  7. Averages greater than or equal to 85% – $1,000

International Student Bursaries

To be eligible for bursaries at the University of Manitoba, you must apply through Aurora for the University of Manitoba General Bursary in addition to any individual applications that may be necessary for specific prizes.

During early August, general bursary applications for the Fall and Winter Terms will be accessible via the Aurora Student Portal. This application, together with supporting paperwork, is due to the Financial Aid and Awards office by October 1. International students in their first year of postsecondary education in Canada are ineligible to qualify for the general bursary program.

International Undergraduate Student Scholarships

The International Undergraduate Student Scholarship was created to recognize academic performance among foreign students at The University of Manitoba.

Scholarships are offered to international students who:

Are in Canada on valid study permits; who have completed a minimum of 24 credit hours in any Faculty or School at the University of Manitoba; show exceptional academic achievement on courses completed in the last regular academic session (minimum sessional grade point average of 3.5); are continuing in the next consecutive year of full-time undergraduate study in their program during the Fall/Winter academic session.

Those who match the aforementioned requirements will be ranked according to their sessional grade point average, and scholarships will be awarded until all available funds have been used or the grade point threshold is met. By the end of July, eligible beneficiaries will be contacted.

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