We help International students in Manitoba make the transition to Canadian schools easier.
Thinking about Studying in Manitoba? About the Province
While cold during the winter, Manitoba is known for its warm and friendly residents. Located in central Canada and part of the Canadian prairies, is known for its diverse land that is comprised of thousands of lakes and rivers, and diverse culture that is deeply rooted with First Nations and European settlers and it continues to welcome new immigrants with open arms.
The Capital of the province, Winnipeg,is located in the southern part of the province. Approximately 60% of the province population reside in Winnipeg, making it the heart and soul of the province. Like other modern Canadian cities, it is culturally and ethnically diverse and filled with great attractions, events and festivals.
If you are a sports fan, the province has two professional sports teams, The Winnipeg Jets (NHL), and the Winnipeg Blue Bombers (CFL). It also has a number of junior hockey teams across the province.
Exploring Your Education Options in Manitoba
The province has a number of community colleges and universities to choose from, many of which are located in Winnipeg, with the largest being the University of Manitoba.Schools and the province fall under the jurisdiction of the Ministry of Advanced Education and Literacy.
One of the most attractive features is that there is a wide range in the size of schools, meaning that you can opt for smaller class sizes and a more intimate educational experience at some of the smaller schools or get the big school experience at a larger post-secondary institution.
Community colleges include:
These schools offer a broad range of academic areas of study at the diploma, degree, Masters, and PhD level.
A Great Option for Out of Province and International Students
While most students are either born in Manitoba or a neighboring province, approximately 5% of students abroad choose to do their education at one of the post-secondary schools in the province. Depending on your situation, you may be required to obtain a student visa.
People choose to get education in Manitoba for many reasons. They include:
Students choose to study in Manitoba because they feel at home when on campus, regardless of the school they choose to attend.
For more information about the province of Manitoba please check the official website of the province: http://www.gov.mb.ca/
|School name||Address||City||Postal Code||Phone Number|
|Assiniboine Community College||1430 Victoria Avenue East||Brandon||R7A 2A9||204-725-8700|
|Booth University College||447 Webb Place||Winnipeg||R3B 2P2||204-947-6701|
|Brandon University||270-18th Street||Brandon||R7A 6A9||204-728-9520|
|Canadian Mennonite University||500 Shaftesbury Blvd||Winnipeg||R3P 2N2||204-487-3300|
|Providence Theological Seminary||10 College Crescent||Otterburne||R0A 1G0||204-433-7488|
|Red River College||2055 Notre Dame Ave||Winnipeg||R3H 0J9||204-632-2327|
|Universite de Saint-Boniface||200 De la Cathedrale Avenue||Winnipeg||R2H 0H7||204-233-0210|
|University College of the North||436-7th Street East||The Pas||R9A 1M7||204-627-8500|
|University of Manitoba||66 Chancellors Cir||Winnipeg||R3T 2N2||1-800-432-1960|
|University of Winnipeg||515 Portage Avenue||Winnipeg||R3B 2E9||204-786-7811|
|Winnipeg Technical College||130 Henlow Bay||Winnipeg||R3Y 1G4||204-989-6500|