University of Manitoba - Fort Garry Campus
About University of Manitoba - Fort Garry Campus
Founded in 1877 as Western Canada’s forts university, the University of Manitoba is a public research university in Manitoba, the only one of its kind in the province. Situated on the land of Métis Nation, the university operates through two campuses – Fort Garry and Bannatyne with multiple satellite sites throughout Manitoba and research settings around the world.
The historic Fort Garry campus, which spans more than 280 hectares and is nestled in a treed, green setting 20 minutes from the city centre, is cradled in a bow of the Red River in a treed, green environment.
It offers 3 and 4 years- bachelor’s degrees, foundation programs and undergraduate certificate programs in various disciplines such as health, law, arts, education, architecture, agriculture and science. The University of Manitoba has a great reputation because of its globally recognized programs, award-winning faculty, and outstanding researchers.
As a research intensive university, the institute brings together the voices of the researchers and alumni to complement learning and discovery, shape new methodologies and contribute to important conversations in every field from human rights to climate change. It acts as a point of collision for action and imagination.
Services and Facilities
The university features modern facilities under classic historic roofs. The Fort Garry Campus has four colleges, laboratories, recreation facilities, research agencies, libraries and residences. The innovative spaces at the Fort Garry Campus enrich student experience and the community. Spiritual services also aid overall well-being and create a wholesome environment for learning and living.
Whether students arrive on campus by car, bus, bike, or foot, university departments strive to make their trip as smooth as possible.
Career planning is the process of preparing to make a variety of decisions about their education, employment, and personal lives. Students must envision a professional path that suits them and be devoted to achieving their objectives.
At the University of Manitoba's Fort Garry campus, the Faculty of Kinesiology and Recreation Management proudly maintains a diverse range of places and facilities for sport, recreation, academics, and research. There's a lot to see and do with over one million square feet of amenities and places.
For students and faculty, the Libraries provide a variety of tools for research and learning, including web-based resources, extra instruction from topic librarians, workshops, and reference services.
Campus housing is an experience for academic and social growth. The housing facility is available at Arthur V. Mauro Residence, Mary Speechly Hall, Pembina Hall Residence, University College Residence offering single rooms, traditional dorm-style rooms and suites.
The living spaces come with room furnishings including desk, chair and bookshelf, optional meal plans, study spaces, lounges, community kitchens, internet, laundry facility and reserved parking.
Every year, thousands of scholarships are awarded to UM students based on academic performance, areas of interest, community service, and other factors. The University of Manitoba awards more than $17 million in scholarships and bursaries to students.
Popularly known people in politics, media, philosophers and people from many academic fields have been alumni of the university like Bill Norrie, Monty Hall, SI Hayakawa, Phil Fontaine among many more.
Facts & Figures
- CAD $ 11000
- CAD $ 14k - 50k
Accomodation (On Campus)
Admission to University of Manitoba - Fort Garry Campus is subject to certain requirements and the eligibility requirements vary as per the program a student applies to.
- The student should be at least 18 years of age.
- The student must have taken either of PTE, IELTS, TOEFL, or equivalent exams.
- The applicant is required to submit their original transcripts (translated, if not in English) from all the academic institutions attended.
Language Proficiency Test
PTE / TOEFL /IELTS
Class 10th and 12th marksheets and/or transcripts, Passport
January, May, September
Additional requirements depend on the programs applied to, at the University of Manitoba – Fort Garry Campus.