University of Manitoba Programs Offered, Fees

University of Manitoba Programs Offered and Fees structure 

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Founded in 1877, University of Manitoba is a non-profit public higher education institution located in the urban setting of the medium-sized city of Winnipeg (population range of 500,000-1,000,000 inhabitants), Manitoba. Officially accredited and/or recognized by the Department of Education and Training, Manitoba, University of Manitoba (U of M) is a large (uniRank enrollment range: 25,000-29,999 students) coeducational higher education institution. University of Manitoba (U of M) offers courses and programs leading to officially recognized higher education degrees such as bachelor degrees in several areas of study.

 

 

Below is the Full list of  courses offered at the University of Manitoba.

 

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z


A

Aboriginal Business Studies
Aboriginal Governance
Accounting
Actuarial Mathematics – Business
Actuarial Mathematics – Science
Agribusiness
Agriculture
Agriculture Diploma
Agroecology
Agronomy
Animal Systems
Anthropology
Applied Mathematics
Architecture (Masters)
Art
Art History
Asian Studies
Astronomy
Athletic Therapy

B

Biochemistry
Biological Sciences
Biosystems Engineering
Biotechnology
Business

C

Canadian Studies
Catholic Studies
Central & East European Studies
Ceramics
Chemistry
City Planning (Masters)
Civil Engineering
Classical Studies
Classics
Commerce
Computer Engineering
Computer Science
Cree
Criminology

D

Dental Hygiene
Dentistry
Drama
Drawing

E

Economics
Education – Bachelor of Education
Education – Post Baccalaureate
Electrical Engineering
Engineering
English
Entomology
Entrepreneurship/Small Business
Environmental Design
Environmental Science
Environmental Studies

F

Family Social Sciences
Film Studies
Finance
Fine Arts
Food Science
French

G

Genetics
Geography
Geological Sciences
Geology
Geophysics
German
Global Political Economy
Graphic Design
Greek

H

Health Sciences
Health Studies
History
Human Nutritional Sciences
Human Resource Management / Industrial Relations

I

Icelandic
Interior Design (Masters)
International Business
Italian

J

Jazz Studies
Judaic Studies

K

Kinesiology

L

Labour Studies
Landscape Architecture (Masters)
Latin
Latin American Studies
Law
Leadership and Organizations
Linguistics
Logistics and Supply Chain Management

M

Management
Management Information Systems
Marketing
Mathematics
Mechanical Engineering
Medicine
Medieval & Renaissance Studies
Microbiology
Midwifery
Music
Music Composition
Music Education
Music History
Music Performance

N

Native Studies
Nursing

O

Occupational Therapy (Masters)
Ojibway
Operations Management/Research

P

Painting
Pharmacy
Philosophy
Photography
Physical Education
Physical Geography
Physical Therapy (Masters)
Physics
Plant Biotechnology
Polish
Political Studies
Pre-Veterinary Medicine
Print Media
Psychology – Arts
Psychology – Science

R

Recreation Management and Community Development
Religion
Respiratory Therapy
Russian

S

Science
Sculpture
Social Work
Sociology
Soil Science
Spanish
Statistics

T

Theatre

U

Ukrainian
Ukrainian Canadian Heritage Studies
University 1

V

Video

W

Women’s & Gender Studies

 

Note: Entrance requirements listed in each program page are applicable to Manitoba students only. If you are an out of province student, please click here to review the entrance requirements for your home province or country.

Program Listing

For University of Manitoba fees structure.

  • Obtain University of Manitoba fees structure for Undergraduate, PhD, Postgraduate, Masters, Diploma and Certificates courses in the various Faculties by following the links below.

Tuition fees at the University of Manitoba are dependent on the number of course credit hours a student is enrolled in and which Faculty or School offers those specific courses.

The following table lists approximate tuition for a student taking a full course load in an undergraduate program during the Fall & Winter terms. The approximate tuition fees listed include the student organization fee and endowment fee. Book/supplies costs are not included and will vary depending on a student’s program and/or specific choice of courses.

Please note that international students are required to pay an international differential fee. An approximation of these international tuition fees, including the differential fee, is included in the chart below. Programs that do not accept international student applicants have their tuition fees listed as “not eligible”. For more information on the University of Manitoba’s international student policies, please see the international student section of this web site.

Program Approximate Tuition
Canadian/
Permanent Resident
International Student
University 11 n/a $4,800 $16,300
Agriculture Diploma $5,600 $18,200
Degree $5,200 $17,400
Architecture Degree $5,800 $19,500
Arts Degree $4,400 $14,800
Business Degree $6,300 $20,200
Dental Hygiene2 Degree $8,000 Not eligible
Dentistry Degree $23,500 Not eligible
Education Degree $4,700 $16,100
Engineering Degree $7,200 $22,100
Environment, Earth, & Resources Degree $5,200 $17,800
Extended Education Various Dependent on courses Dependent on courses
Fine Arts
Studio Degree $6,500 $22,600
Diploma $6,100 $20,900
Interdisciplinary Health Degree $4,900 $16,700
Kinesiology & Recreation Management Degree $5,800 $20,000
Law Degree $11,700 $27,200
Medicine Degree 10,000 Not eligible
Music2 Degree $5,100 $18,200
Nursing Degree $5,700 $19,100
Pharmacy Degree $20,100 Not eligible
Rehabilitation Sciences Degree $6,800 Not eligible
Science Degree $5,400 $18,000
Social Work Degree $5,800 $19,600
  1. Fees for University 1 are based on a combination of science and arts courses.
  2. Fees do not include musical instruments or dental hygiene kits.

Disclaimer: Fees are approved annually by The University of Manitoba Board of Governors. In the event of a discrepancy between the fee rates approved by the Board and those published on this website, the fee rates approved by the Board will prevail. Students will be notified of any corrections that result in a re-assessment of their student account.

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. 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.

You can direct further questions to our fee hub – http://umanitoba.ca/student/records/fee_information_hub.html

Or to contact the Registrar’s Office at

400 University Centre
University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB R3T 2N2 Canada
Phone: 204-474-9420 Fax: 204-269-1065
Toll Free: 1-877-474-9420 Questions? – Just askumanitoba