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Post-Secondary Institutions

Universities

Brandon University is situated in Manitoba's second largest city and attracts students who want a sound education in arts, business administration, science, music, education and health studies, all while studying in an environment geared to the individual. The combination of small classes, faculty who are easily accessible to students, compact campus, rural focus, and a diverse student population contributes to a stimulating, supportive and personalized learning experience.

Canadian Mennonite University is an innovative degree-granting Christian university in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Building upon over 50 years of Mennonite higher education, CMU was chartered by the Province of Manitoba in 1998 to combine the resources of three colleges: Canadian Mennonite Bible College, Concord College and Menno Simons College. Today, CMU operates as one institution, offering a variety of degrees and choice of educational settings.

Université de Saint-Boniface (USB) is the oldest and the only French-language post-secondary educational institution in Western Canada. Located in the community of St. Boniface in the heart of Winnipeg, it offers university (arts, science and education) as well as vocational (childcare, business administration, data processing and office management) programs. CUSB's Division de l'éducation permenante has provided important continuing education services in professional development and general interest courses in computers, community development and language. The Collège is affiliated with the University of Manitoba and offers U of M degrees.

University of Manitoba The University of Manitoba is the province’s largest, most comprehensive and only research-intensive post-secondary educational institution. It is Western Canada’s first university and was founded in 1877. In a typical year, the university has an enrolment of over 25,000 undergraduate students and over 3,200 graduate students. Most academic units offer graduate studies programs leading to master’s or doctoral degrees and a wide array of courses are also offered through their Continuing Education and Distance Education divisions.

The University of Winnipeg The University of Winnipeg is a compact, downtown, post-secondary institution providing undergraduate and select graduate programs. The campus also includes a high school Collegiate, professional and applied continuing education for adult learners, and comprehensive English language programs. The university offers over 800 courses in more than 40 subject areas, and is home to more than 10,000 full and part-time students.