Financial Aid: Yes
University of Manitoba, western Canada's first university was founded in 1877 and now it is Manitoba's largest, most comprehensive and only research-intensive post-secondary educational institution. The university consists of a main Fort Garry Campus, a downtown Bannatyne Campus, adjacent to Winnipeg’s Health Sciences Center, and many other smaller satellite locations. There are 13.7 km of roads, 7,090 parking spaces, and 1,266 residence rooms for students.
With internationally accredited programs and award-winning researchers and instructors possessing a world-class reputation; with tuition fees lower than most other Canadian universities students enjoy a high-quality education at a very reasonable cost.The University of Manitoba the region’s largest and only research intensive university offers more than 90 degrees, diplomas, and certificates – more than 60 at the undergraduate level including professional disciplines such as medicine, law, and engineering. Distance Education
Distance education provides students the opportunity to complete degree credit courses without attending scheduled classes. More than 140 courses are offered from 12 faculties/schools as well as a Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Arts in Geography, Bachelor of Social Work, Post-Baccalaureate Diploma in Education, and a Baccalaureate Program for Registered Nurses. Flexible hours for study and work, the convenience of studying at home, and the ability to study all year round are the reasons to choose study by distance. Over 4,000 students complete distance education courses each year.Financial Aid
The Financial Aid & Awards Office assists students in meeting their education costs providing a variety of award and aid programs.
Available Financial Aid options:
*Awards & Scholarships.
*Government Student Loan Programs.
*U.S. Student Funding.