The University of Winnipeg is a diverse and multicultural community with a long history of academic excellence. We are known as an innovative institution, welcoming students from a variety of educational backgrounds. The Globe and Mail 2013 Report Card gives The University of Winnipeg an overall 'A' grade in the areas of learning and teaching quality, class size, and environmental commitment. Our graduates value their educational experience, ranking us in the Top-10 of all Canadian universities.
We are located in the centre of Canada and our campus is conveniently situated in the heart of downtown Winnipeg, a city with a population of 700,000. Our city has one of the lowest costs of living as well as the highest employment rates in North America. The University of Winnipeg is an excellent choice not only for the high quality of education, but a favourable economic and future employment choice, both for domestic and international students.
The University of Winnipeg offers thirteen distinct graduate level programs. Many of the Masters programs are multi-disciplinary and several are unique in all of Western Canada, for example our Masters of Arts in Indigenous Governance. Whether you are continuing your education in the Masters level programs after your undergraduate degree, or contemplating a new field of study after being in the workforce, the graduate programs at the University of Winnipeg will meet your needs and exceed your expectations.