based on 23 students ratings
I decided to pursue my graduation from Canada because of family connections there. I did a lot of research before applying to the university. The GPA of 9 in my B.B.A degree helped me a lot in getting through the admission process. I had applied at the university through an online application form. An application fee of around $120 was also paid by me.
I have loved all the benefits of the experiential approach to learning. I learned to tackle real issues and develop tangible solutions for businesses in Manitoba and across the globe. One thing I can assure of is that this is the most versatile course in entire Canada. Some of them which you have the option to learn are international and emerging markets, sustainability, entrepreneurship, and innovation.
This University is 8 hours away from my hometown, so I thought it'd be a good opportunity to gain independence while still not being too far from my family (within the same province). The University has provided me with so many opportunities, such as working as a Resident Advisor, working in admissions, and getting to know so many people! I also plan on attending law school and they have an amazing law program so that was a huge reason for choosing this school. The dorms are great for first moving away from home and provided me with so many friendships.
I love it. There are so many different classes which allow you to understand all different aspects of psychology. I have been so blessed to become so informed on mental health and the stigma associated around it, which has really impacted my life goals to be a mental health advocate. There are so many classes in psychology field here and it makes learning so interesting.
This is the university closest to my house. It is fairly affordable especially when comparing when residence would be needed. They offer a wide range of classes which was good as I didn't know what I wanted to get into. Admission was straight forward as I went in right after high school, I only applied to one school.
The course curriculum is quite amazing, with the recent upgrades there is a wide range of classes offered.
There were more opportunities at this university when it comes to resources, better gym, more people and definitely better socials. Had a large variety of programs including the program I did which the previous university didn't have. Admission Process Easy, application fees roughly $4500, didn't apply to other ones.
Heavy on the sciences (i.e. Chemistry), well laid out, however there were a lot of labs associated with each class and therefore the ideal "4 Year Degree" may turn into a 4 and a half to 5 years to do. Most courses are interesting and some were relevant for when you get a job.
There was a good hands-on theatre program that allowed me to experience what I wanted to do and explore. The campus felt safe to walk around. The campus is also very pretty and perfect for taking pictures. This theatre program allows you to expand your horizons and allows you to meet people involved in the industry. The other classes offered are also very interesting.
It is very good since it allows you to have a fully rounded experience of the theatre, on the stage and off.
People representing the University of Manitoba came to my high school and shared everything with us. They told us about the gym, the programs, the cost, the pool, sports teams, what you need to get where you want to go, and so much more. They were students at the University of Manitoba and they were very convincing. They were very helpful and convinced a lot of us to attend.
I couldn't get direct entry into nursing or education. You need prerequisites to get into these majors. So I decided to try my luck with their U1 program and it is turning out just fine! Their dean says I need to have a 3.5 GPA where I bombed my first year so I am taking another year of U1 before moving on to my career.
I started my journey of studying abroad when I was in grade 11th, the second term to be more specific. Many of my friends question my decision, of why I'm choosing Winnipeg but not the big city Toronto or the flamboyant Vancouver, why I'm choosing somewhere that. I came to Canada to get a better education, to get a better future, and where I came from - Viet Nam is very different from here. The living expenses here are skyrocketed for normal Vietnamese citizens, in other word, Winnipeg is the only place I could afford. University of Manitoba is the best university in my province, and after trying and trying, I finally got the entrance scholarship of the second tier.
I was pleasantly surprised at the variety of the courses the University of Manitoba has to offer. As I'm currently in Year One - which means I am yet to belong to a Faculty so I actually can choose whatever course I want to take, not being limited to certain courses like students of faculties.
I was scouted by the soccer team and given the scholarship to join this University and play CIS soccer. The school also had a range of great programs a lot of flexibility, low tuition, and I had friends and family going there. It was close to home, affordable, nice campus, parking and living options nearby. I love math and sciences. The courses went well for me. There's a range of opportunities in engineering and they also are aiming to increase female participation. I excelled in my course and made great friends. I maintain a 3.0 GPA whilst playing university soccer for four years. I discovered I loved coding and computer science. Engineering has a massive range of jobs you can go into and it helps you towards a job that can serve the public or make the world a better place. I think I'd like to do work that addresses climate change and I think it's important we work towards stopping and mitigating the environmental crisis we are in.
I think it's a well-designed curriculum and I think it covers a large basis of topics. I think it provides you with all the tools and techniques and abilities to excel in the work-force in the future for whatever field you choose to go into.
After completing BBA, I developed a keen interest in business-related subjects. Therefore I decided to pursue my master's in the same field. I applied for a few business schools in Canada and got selected in two to three of them. Then I took admission at the University of Manitoba. The application form cost me $100.
My MBA program curriculum is one of the most versatile curriculum in Canada. This innovative curriculum structure ensures me to experience various themes and functional areas through the cross-pollinating elective courses. With this, I am also getting to tailor my electives according to my interests.
Bachelor of Fine Studies course is what I was looking forward in order to pursue at the graduation level. I applied to the various colleges and universities that offer my course of interest. And luckily I was selected in more than two universities. Then I took the admission at the University of Manitoba. As it was cost-efficient and the application procedure was a bit easy.
My undergraduate program combines a degree in studio art and art history within three or four years of full-time study. My curriculum pays more emphasis on traditional grounding in skills-based visualization and art historical knowledge connected to contemporary research in creative practices in art, design, and art history. We are also required to focus on art history, drawing, graphic design, painting, print media, sculpture, and other media.