Université de Saint-Boniface is the French language university in Manitoba offering post-secondary education. It is the home to 2 college schools – Technical and Vocational School and School of Nursing and Studies. The program duration ranges from one to four years. By the end of the program, students earn the asset of being bilingual proficient.
The University offers first-rate university programs, technical training including continuing education, and language programs. Both undergraduate and graduate programs are offered at the University of St. Boniface (USB) including Arts, Social Work, Translation, Science, Education, and Business Administration. Graduate program admissions are administered by the University of Manitoba.
Some important points related to admissions at the University of Boniface are as follows:
|Application Portal||University application portal|
|Application fee (non-refundable)||100 USD (domestic applicants)|
120 USD (international applicants)
|Mode of payment||Visa, Mastercard, GlobalPay, Interac, and Cash|
|Academic Calendar||Semester based|
|Intake Seasons||Fall, Spring, Winter, and Summer|
|Language Requirements||French and English both|
|Work experience||Required for graduate program|
For the admission of students to be considered, applicants must take note of application deadlines. This totally includes both submitting the application and also the required documents on time. Here are the deadlines of the most popular courses:
|Semester||Application Deadline||Document submission deadline|
|Fall semester||May 1||June 30|
|Winter semester||September 1||September 15|
Deadlines for graduate programs are different from that of undergraduate programs. The deadline for admission to Master of Education program is given below:
|Semester||Deadline for domestic applicants||Deadline for international applicants|
|Fall||March 1||June 1|
|Winter||July 1||October 1|
|Intersession||November 1||February 1|
General admission requirements vary depending on applying to student countries. It is important to meet the necessary minimum requirements to be qualified. Students are also expected to meet the admission requirements for their program of choice. The ultimate decision of admission acceptance is based on the above-stated requirements.
Original documents are required to be submitted. Applicants should note that documents submitted will not be returned. Documents can be submitted via mail or delivered in person. Documents scanned and emailed will be rejected. Admission fees must come with the admission request form and must be paid in accordance with the University accepted payment method.
ApplicationPortal: International applicants may apply online at the university’s official website.
ApplicationFee: 120 USD
Basic AdmissionRequirements: International applicants must satisfy the below requirements for admission to the University:
The application for admission is to be completed online. Students can also continue an application that is yet to be completed before the deadline. Once submission of application for admission is completed, applicants will receive an email affirming their application has been received from the University. Required documents including admission fees (non-refundable) are to be submitted to the Registrar’s Office at the address below before the deadline.
Université de Saint-Boniface
200 De la Cathédrale Avenue
Winnipeg, Manitoba, CANADA R2H 0H7
The Admission requirements of knowledge of English language are mandatory. Students must pass the equivalent of English 40S or 42U in a Manitoba secondary school. International students who do not meet these criteria must meet the below standardized tests in the English language below. Only original documents showing scores not more than 2 years old are accepted.
|Test||Minimum Score Requirements|
|TOEFL||46 to 59|
Depending on the student's program of choice, English proficiency requirements may vary.
The French standardized test is compulsory for all new applicants, new international applicants, including applicants from French-speaking countries and applicants who have studied French before. All types of candidates must submit the result of the French standardized test. Only original documents are to be submitted. Documents must be less than 2 years old.
|Test||Minimum Score Required|
|DELF (all public)||B2|
|TestCAN||4.5 & <4|
|TFI||750 out of 990|
International students applying to study in Canada are required to acquire a study permit from Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC). This process can be initiated only after the admission process has been successfully completed and the University issues an acceptance letter.
International students are required to submit the following documents while applying for their Canadian visa:
An application must be submitted to the visa office in applying students' country or region where they reside.
University of St. Boniface offers undergraduate programs in arts, business, education, nursing, translation, social work etc. Admission requirements differ depending on the applicant’s country. Minimum requirements must be satisfied in order to be considered qualified.
WheretoApply: University Application portal
ApplicationFee: 100 USD (domestic); 120 USD (international)
The application form must be submitted with an application fee. Without admission fees paid, student applications will not be processed.
AdmissionRequirements: Applicants must meet the following requirements at the time of admission:
Additional documents can be required from applying students in order to meet the admission criteria of a specific program. These include:
The University of Saint Boniface offers graduate/post-baccalaureate in education and Canadian studies. The choice of programs includes School administration, inclusive education, counseling, language and curriculum. Out of these many programs are offered online. Graduate admissions are managed by the Faculty of Graduate Studies under the University of Manitoba.
Where to Apply: Online Application
Admissionrequirements: Students must meet the following requirements to apply for one of the graduate programs:
Master of Education
Master of Arts in Canadian Studies (offered online)
Students can apply online via the University official website this must be done before the deadline. The admission fee is compulsory as students must note it is non-refundable. After necessary documents must have been submitted, students will be notified about their admission via email. Until then applicants must keep a track of the status of their applications. This can be done using the ID and password that will be mailed from the University following confirmation of the application. The application status page is also helpful for checking if any documents are missing from the admission file.