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Welcome to The University of Winnipeg

Future Students


Students outside Wesley Hall

Students outside McFeetors Hall

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Students inside McFeetors Hall

Students in the Quad

Students walk down Spence Street Corridor

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Centrally located in the heart of downtown, The University of Winnipeg is a thriving community of approximately 10,000 students — noted for academic excellence, Indigenous scholarship, environmental commitment, small class sizes and campus diversity. In addition to offering undergraduate degree programs in arts, business and economics, science, and kinesiology, UWinnipeg also offers a number of pre-professional and unique graduate studies programs.

The institution is known for its personal feel and the connections made between students and professors, and among students. This comes from our smaller class sizes (average student to instructor ratio of 25:1) and the reputation of our caring and passionate faculty members. UWinnipeg also provides some undergraduate research opportunities, which are often associated with the graduate studies level at many universities.

With the third-lowest tuition in Canada, UWinnipeg delivers a high quality education at an affordable rate — and Minnesota students will pay the same fees as Canadian students thanks to a special agreement between the Province of Manitoba and the State of Minnesota. In fact, tuition for a full course load plus general fees, books and supplies works out to approximately $6,000 CAD per year. At the current exchange rate ($0.80), that works out to $4,790 USD. Housing costs range from $4,500 to $8,500 CAD per year. We also accept the U.S. Direct Loan Program (FAFSA).


UWinnipeg’s Open House for Minnesota Students: Friday, October 20, 2017. Click here to register or for more information.


General admissions requirements: Complete grade 12 (senior year) with an average of C or better on a minimum of 5 academic subjects. SAT/ACT scores are not required for current high school students; however, homeschooled students will need to provide SAT/ACT scores.

Many science and business programs require a university-entrance level of senior year math (pre-calculus, for example), and some science courses require senior level chemistry.

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