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Post Secondary Information


POST–SECONDARY EDUCATION OPTIONS: 

UNIVERSITIES IN MANITOBA:

University of Manitoba: www.umanitoba.ca

University of Winnipeg: www.uwinnipeg.ca

Université de Saint Boniface: www.ustboniface.mb.ca

Brandon University: www.brandonu.ca

Canadian Mennonite University (CMU): www.cmu.ca

University College of the North (UCN): www.ucn.ca

ACCESS PROGRAMS:

The Government of Manitoba Aboriginal Education & Training website:  http://ww​w.edu.gov.mb.ca/abedu/connections.html

University of Manitoba Aboriginal Focus Programs and Student: http://umanitoba.ca/extended/access-afp/​

University of Winnipeg Aboriginal Student Services Centre:  http://www.uwinnipeg.ca/assc/​

Red River College – School of Indigenous Education:  http://www.rrc.ca/index.php?pid=9100​ ​


The University of Manitoba Access Programs provide academic and personal supports to students who face barriers such as economic, social, lack of formal education, or residence in remote areas.  Financial assistance may be available.

Access Programs Include:

  • University of Manitoba Access Program (UMAP)
  • Education Assess Programs (EAP)
  • Health Careers Access Program (HCAP), including Nursing
  • Professional Health Program (PHP)

The University of Winnipeg Aboriginal Student Services Centre provides Aboriginal university students with academic support, such as free peer tutoring, laptop program, access to Elders-in-Residence, and cultural activities.  The University of Winnipeg offers a bachelor program in Indigenous Studies.    

Global Welcome Centre (GWC) is a resource at the University of Winnipeg that provides supports for newcomers, immigrants, and additional-language students in their transition to post-secondary education.  The GWC is funded by Immigration, Refugees & Citizenship Canada, and its programs and services are offered at no cost. http://www.uwinnipeg.ca/gwc/

Red River College Indigenous Education Programs:

Aboriginal Language Specialist, Aboriginal Program for College Enrichment and Transition, Aboriginal Self-Government Administration, Community Development, Computer Applications for Business, and Introduction to Trades. ​

​COLLEGES AND TRADE SCHOOLS IN MANITOBA:

 

 








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