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University of Winnipeg
The University of Winnipeg is a dynamic institution noted for academic excellence, Indigenous scholarship, environmental commitment, small class sizes, and campus diversity.
UWinnipeg offers high-quality undergraduate and graduate programs including several that are unique in Western Canada —a Bachelor of Arts in Human Rights; a Master’s degree in Development Practice with a focus on Indigenous Development; and a Masters in Management with a specialization in technology, innovation, and operations.
At one of the most innovative science complexes in Canada, UWinnipeg’s renowned professors and graduate/undergraduate students are researching and studying the most challenging issues we face: climate change, isotope production and cancer tests, and pollutants in our air and lakes. Our state-of-the-art Axworthy RecPlex offers new research and student practicum opportunities in kinesiology, education, and applied health. The RecPlex offers sports and recreation programs for students, Wesmen athletes and the broader community.
The University of Winnipeg Collegiate (UWC) offers the best of both worlds for Winnipeg students in grades 9 to 12—a high school at a university. Noted for accelerated courses, dual credits, and its supportive learning environment, UWC continues to build on a long tradition of academic excellence, critical thinking, and community spirit.
UWinnipeg is also home to a vibrant English Language Program, which delivers high quality programming to international and domestic students seeking to enhance their English proficiency.
UWinnipeg’s Professional, Applied Continuing Education (PACE) blends university-level academics with practical hands-on experience to fully expand students’ potential. PACE programs specialize in high-growth career fields with strong employment prospects and are taught by accomplished industry professionals
The University of Winnipeg is committed to improving access to post-secondary education for all individuals, especially those taking non-traditional paths to university.