The University of Winnipeg received its charter in 1967 but its roots date back more than 130 years. The founding colleges were Manitoba College (1871), and Wesley College (1888), which merged to form United College in 1938.
The University of Winnipeg is pleased to offer Professional, Applied and Continuing Education (PACE) programs across an array of disciplines. Located in the Buhler Centre in the heart of Downtown Winnipeg, PACE enriches students’ lives with the knowledge, skills and professional relationships they need to thrive in their preferred field.
The University of Winnipeg is a campus full of innovative and diverse research programs. We are proud to host the Cisco Research Chair in Collaborative Technologies, the Richardson College for the Environment, the Canadian Oral History Centre, Canada Research Chairs and numerous other research chairs, institutes and centres.
Career Services offers a wide range of supports to students and recent graduates of The University of Winnipeg. We can help you with Career Planning - with tips and tools on how to assess yourself, explore different fields, decide on a career path and then make it happen. We have compiled resources on occupations, graduate schools and pre-professional admission testing (MCAT, GMAT, etc.), and ways to get experience through internships and volunteer positions.
The Global Student Satisfaction Awards empower students across the globe to determine the best universities of 2019. By rating institutions on a scale from 1 to 5, on multiple studies-related questions, we found the top educators in the world.Learn more about the Global Student Satisfaction Awards
International Students Services at University of Winnipeg offers a variety of services — including orientation, socio-cultural events and a mentorship program — to international students.
As a member of the University of Winnipeg residence community, you can expect a memorable and rewarding living, learning environment that encourages personal growth, mutual respect, and academic success. Living in residence connects you to the heart of student life on campus and the convenience of being minutes away from class.
Living in residence places students at an academic advantage. The combination of designated study space, academic skills programming, scholastic role models, and peer study groups combine to create an environment conducive to academic acceleration.
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Renovated Duckworth Centre & new Health, Wellness and Healing Centre
Living on campus while studying at UWinnipeg is a great way to make lasting friendships and excel in your studies. Explore our room options and meal plans to help you choose the options that's best for you!A place to learn. Living in residence places students at an academic advantage. The combination of designated study space, academic skills programming, scholastic role models, and peer study groups combine to create an environment conducive to academic acceleration.
A variety of living options to cater to your needs. UWinnipeg offers a variety of residence building styles to ensure that your individual living needs are met.
The University of Winnipeg Students' Association (UWSA)
The UWSA is an student elected organization on campus that represents over 10 000 students. We provide services such as the Bike Lab, dayplanners, and Soma Café, advocate for students to the UW administration and all levels of government, as well as throw events throughout the year. Get involved in your campus today!
I’ve really enjoyed university so far. It has pushed me in so many more ways than I could have anticipated, not just academically but also within my personal relationships as well. The opportunities I’ve had and the people that I’ve met will stick with me forever.
I really loved my experience at the University of Winnipeg. Both the university and the city offer great structure and the possibility to meet people from different countries and backgrounds.
Great professors in the Kinesiology department, although this university is heavily focused on athletic therapy. It would be nice to see them expand their facilities and resources for those interested in exercise science.