University of Manitoba
Address: 66 Chancellors Cir, Winnipeg, MB R3T 2N2, Canada
- Ninety-eight students have been awarded the prestigious Rhodes Scholarship to date – more than any other university in Western Canada.
- Thirteen U of M doctoral students have received a Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarship in the six years since the award was introduced.
- The University of Manitoba ranks first in Canada for the percentage of high school students entering university with an average of 95 per cent or higher.
- School of Art students consistently win the BMO Financial Group 1st Art! Regional Prize and have twice won the prestigious national competition.
English Proficiency Requirements
If your primary language is not English, you will be required to demonstrate your proficiency in the use of the English language by meeting any of the options listed below. Please note that the information in this section applies to students entering most undergraduate programs of study1. If you are applying for admission to a graduate program, please check their website for information on each program’s English language proficiency requirements.
Minimum score required
Overall score of 550
Overall score of 86
4.5 in Reading
University of Cambridge English:
Pearson Test of English
Pass Level 5
Results for most language tests, including TOEFL, IELTS, and CanTEST, expire two years from the test date and must be valid at the beginning of your admission term. Please confirm the validity of your test results.
Acceptable tests and minimum required scores are different for the Faculty of Law and International Dentist Degree Program (IDDP). Please refer to the Applicant Information Bulletin for program specific admission requirements.
Tuition & Fees
Full-time, first year U1 student (30 credit hours)
Actual costs for study at the University of Manitoba will depend on many factors (see residency, program choice and accommodations/lifestyle below). For more information visit the Registrar's Office fee information webpage.
Books & Supplies
Sport and Recreation Fee
$6,200 - $12,300
$17,200 - $30,000
- Does not include musical instruments or Dental Hygiene kits.
- Students who are covered under another medical plan may choose to decline participation in the University of Manitoba Students’ Union (UMSU) health plan. Further information is available from the UMSU Health Insurance Office.
- Students residing outside of the city limits can opt-out of the U-Pass.
The cost of your university education will depend on many factors such as:
Your Residency: Canadian and International residents
Students who are not Canadian citizens, permanent residents or landed immigrants of Canada will be assessed a differential tuition fee (*exemption for Minnesota residents). Other costs will include supplementary health and dental insurance and student visa application. For more information on attending the University of Manitoba as an international student, please visit our international student section of the website.
Your Program & Courses
The number of years required for study, textbook requirements, tuition fees and faculty fees will all vary by program. Your yearly tuition costs will be determined by the types of courses you take and your number of registered credit hours. For more information on buying textbooks, please visit our University of Manitoba Bookstore or Archives Used Bookstore. For more information on a specific program, please see our program list.
Your Living Accommodations & Lifestyle
Housing is available on campus through our university residences, though many students choose to live off campus as well. For more information on both on and off campus housing options, please visit our Student Residences web site.
For more information on estimated tuition fees, see our Tuition Fees & Statistics section.