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Alex Gachanja
Coordinator
Email: welcome@uwinnipeg.ca
Phone: 204-786-9844
Website: uwinnipeg.ca

University of Winnipeg

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Learn, Grow, and Belong

Whether you want to change the world or nurture your own neighbourhood, UWinnipeg is the place to begin. Connect with open-minded learners, caring professors, and brilliant researchers. Inspire – and be inspired by – others who share your passion to do something special. Thrive in a supportive, diverse learning environment where your success is celebrated.

No one wants to be considered just a number. Thanks to our small class sizes, caring professors, and compact campus layout – you won’t be. We encourage individuality within an environment that fosters a true sense of belonging.

A Moment with uWinnipeg

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Meet the Speakers

Nadia Paul
Student Recruitment Officer

University of Winnipeg

About uWinnipeg

The University of Winnipeg is a dynamic campus and a downtown hub that connects people from diverse cultures and nurtures global citizens.

We offer high-quality undergraduate and graduate programs including several that are unique in Western Canada: for example, a Bachelor of Arts in Human Rights, and a Master’s degree in Development Practice with a focus on Indigenous Development. Our graduates value their educational experience, as UWinnipeg is known for small class sizes, academic excellence and commitment to Indigenous inclusion.

The Richardson College for the Environment & Science Complex accommodates over 2,000 students, faculty, staff and visitors daily.  As one of the most innovative Science Complexes in Canada, our renowned professors, graduate and undergraduate students are researching and studying the most challenging issues we face: climate change, isotope productions and cancer tests, and pollutants in our air and lakes.  Our state-of-the-art Axworthy Health and RecPlex offers new research and student practicum opportunities in kinesiology, education and applied health. The RecPlex offers sports and recreation programs for students, Wesmen athletes and the broader community.

Scholarships & Tuition

We are committed to making post-secondary education accessible and ensuring that students are rewarded for their academic achievement. The wards and financial aid team administers $5.9 million in scholarships and bursaries on an annual basis. Let us help you connect with the financial supports you need and deserve to pay for your education.

Entrance Awards

Whether you’re a high-school student, transferring from college or university, or a mature student, you can apply for an entrance award. First-Time UWinniepg students can apply once they have submitted their application for admission. Values up to $40,000

Campus Living

Living in residence at UWinnipeg gives you the opportunity to live on your own, without being alone. You’ll meet students from across Canada and around the world, establish lifelong friendships, and get involved in a variety of activities around campus and in the surrounding area.

Residence Options and Fees for One Academic Year

McFeators Hall (Single furnished dorm with a meal plan) – $8910

Balmoral Houses (Single furnished dorm) – $4730

Indigenous Supports

Tansi, Boozhoo, and Greetings!

The Office of Indigenous Engagement at the University of Winnipeg provides a number of different events, programs, and supports for faculty, staff, students, and community members. We are a senior administrative unit that provides programming through the Wii Chiiwaakanak Learning Centre, offers direct support to faculty through the Academic Lead, and works with a variety of stakeholders and Senior Administration to ensure Indigenous presence across the campus through the Associate Vice President of Indigenous Engagement.

International Students

As an international student, there are a few things you need to know about English Language Requirements, visa and study permits, and Canadian life in general. Please take some time to review the information below.

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