The University of Manitoba (U of M) is a public university in the province of Manitoba, Canada. Located in Winnipeg, it is Manitoba's largest, most comprehensive, and only research-intensive post-secondary educational institution. Founded in 1877, the University of Manitoba is western Canada’s first university. The University is comprised of the Fort Garry and Bannatyne campuses located in south and central Winnipeg respectively, as well as a wide range of research centres and institutes.
The university has over 24,000 undergraduate students and over 3000 graduate students and offers 82 degrees, 51 at the undergraduate level. International students comprise about 10% of the student population and come from over 90 countries. University of Manitoba students, educators and researchers earn national and international recognition for their achievements that improve health, advance technology and provide new insights about people and the world.
International College of Manitoba provides pathway programs to the University of Manitoba. While studying at ICM, students’ have access to all the university facilities, Libraries, computer labs, recreation facilities, health services, careers counselling and on-campus accommodation. ICM student able to choose from a program in Business, Arts, Science or Engineering and will be able to progress into a wide range of University Degrees in these areas. Smaller classes and extra academic teaching hours mean student will finish their program with an intensive understanding of your subjects – and will be completely prepared for their second year at the University of Manitoba.