University of Manitoba - Faculty of Graduate Studies



Located in Winnipeg, a warm, welcoming, multicultural city, the University of Manitoba attracts the world's brightest graduate students and researchers. For more than 135 years, our scientists have been behind major breakthroughs: from developing canola to advancing wireless communication to unraveling the mysteries of climate change.

Areas of Expertise

The University of Manitoba is a member of the U15 and is ranked one of the top 50 research-intensive universities across Canada. Every year our faculty members secure more than $160 million in external funding. Experience a university that is: • Home to 48 Canada Research Chair positions and a Canada Excellence Research Chair • Home or partner to 40 research centres, institutes and shared facilities that believe in collaborative research and scholarship • A leader in fostering research partnerships with the private sector. In the last decade the university has garnered eight NSERC Synergy Awards for Innovation recognizing outstanding university-industry collaborations. And our recently launched Transformational Partnerships initiative provides incentive for companies by providing innovation at no cost until they turn a profit.

On Campus Housing

 # BedsLowestHighest
Co-ed:Lowest: $5,294Highest: $11,465

Living in Rez is a great way to experience the University of Manitoba. There’s lots to do when you need a break. Plenty of quiet places to go when you have to study. And wherever you live, you’ll be steps away from all your classes (hit that snooze button one more time!). You can choose the residence that matches your interests and needs so you’ll have a lot in common with your neighbours. Fun stuff, serious times, and great friends. You’ll find it all living in Rez … plus you won’t ever have to worry about what’s for dinner! Each year, over 1,350 students get the full benefit of the university experience by living six residences on the Fort Garry campus. Each residence has its own unique atmosphere based on the interests of the students who live there.

Off Campus Housing

The University is located near a largely residential area that offers many opportunities for off-campus housing. The majority of students who live in rental accommodation off-campus commute to the University, which is well served by a reliable public transportation system.

Career Planning

Career Services assists all undergraduates and graduate students (including incoming students accepted to the University of Manitoba and alumni up to six months after graduation) at the University of Manitoba with career planning and job search questions. Whether you’re undecided about your career direction or looking to plan for success, Career Services can help.


Among the elite inter-university athletic programs in Canada, Bison Sports boasts more than 350 athletes across nine disciplines and 40 national championship teams including the 2013-2014 Bison Women's National Volleyball Champions. Active Living Centre Set to open in 2015, the new Active Living Centre will provide the community with not only a state-of the-art fitness facility, but also research opportunities to help all Manitobans create healthier lifestyles. Intramural Sports Program To create opportunity for University of Manitoba students and staff to participate in organized recreational activities in a fun, safe and welcoming environment. Our commitment is to promoting an enhanced university experience for all intramural participants by facilitating the opportunity to fulfill basic human needs such as relaxation, socialization, achievement and physical activity while promoting teamwork and fair play.

Information Technology

The University of Manitoba library offers students free direct access to the Internet. On-campus residences have access to the high speed Internet. The University has a wide-spread wireless network installation maintained by IST in most academic and on campus residential buildings including many public spaces. Which means a seamless connection to the Internet, instant e-mail, and round the clock access to the campus network.

Special Services

Students with Disabilities: The University supports students with special needs through Student Accessibility Services, which offers services such as interpreting, captioning, note taking, reading, peer tutoring, book retrieval, equipment provision, and mobility assistance for students, faculty, and staff with disabilities. Aboriginal Students: Providing student support in a manner consistent with the culture and values of Aboriginal Peoples for the purpose of increasing/enhancing the accessibility and retention of Aboriginal students. The Aboriginal Student Centre is dedicated to the creation of an educational environment that includes the affirmation of Aboriginal cultures, values, languages, history, and way of life by virtue of increasing the knowledge foundation offered at the University of Manitoba

Campus Tour

New and prospective students are invited to participate in one of our guided campus tours, available Monday through Friday. For details and to register for a campus tour and info session, please contact Kyle Lougheed

Modified on August 19, 2014

Share This