The University of Manitoba is a public university in the Province of Manitoba, Canada.The university is based in Winnipeg and founded in 1877. It was Western Canada’s first university.The university has a classical reputation for providing top level research intensive post secondary education and conducts more research annually more than any other university in the region.
The institution provides a diverse set of programs including bachelors , masters and doctoral programs for local and international students.
Students are encouraged to visit the official webpage of the university for more info on bachelors, masters other available programs
English Language Proficiency Test
Note that English language is the language of instruction and communication at the university of Manitoba. That’s why an applicant whose primary language is not english is expected to show proof of proficiency by fulfilling one of the following requirements.
Paper based TOELF Overall Score of 550
With no less than 50(unscaled)
In reading. 50 unscaled in Writing and
50 unscaled in learning.
Revised TOELF Paper 20 in reading
Delivered 20 in writing
20 in listening
Internet based TOELF Overall score of 86
20 in reading
20 in writing
20 in speaking
CanTest 4.5 in reading
4.5 in listening
4.0 in writing
IETLS 6.5 (Overall)
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Pearson Test 58%
International students should pay $120 per applicant
International Undergraduate Fees
Tuition $13,000 – $15,000
Books and supplies $1,800
Medical Insurance $345
Sport and recreation $160
Residence(optional) $6,000- $12,000
Tuition Fees for Full Time Masters Students
Manitoba is one of the cheapest places to live in. Averagely, students should have a monthly budget of $1,270. This will cover accommodation which is in the range of $700, transportation and food.
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