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STUDYING IN MANITOBA. WHY MANITOBA? Welcoming environment Quality education Abundant Choice Opportunity to succeed WelcomingWelcomingQualityWelcomingQualityChoiceWelcomingQualityChoiceOpportunity.

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1 STUDYING IN MANITOBA

2 WHY MANITOBA? Welcoming environment Quality education Abundant Choice Opportunity to succeed WelcomingWelcomingQualityWelcomingQualityChoiceWelcomingQualityChoiceOpportunity

3 MANITOBA Geographic centre of North America and transportation hub Vast land with 100,000 lakes & rivers, and rolling prairies Diverse, stable economy, with a high standard of living, steady economic growth, a high employment rate, abundant natural resources Abundant energy, mineral and agricultural resources with a high-skilled workforce

4 WELCOME TO MANITOBA WelcomingQualityChoiceOpportunityWelcoming Manitobans are friendly and caring, and believe in the spirit of community Manitoba enjoys safe, secure, and welcoming communities People from around the world have made Manitoba their home, creating a truly multi-cultural society Manitoba offers a wide variety of sports, recreational opportunities and cultural events

5 EDUCATION IN MANITOBA High priority for government funding with emphasis on accessibility Smaller class sizes with student-centered teaching focused on creativity and problem-solving Complete range of program options from short-term study to PhDs A variety of accommodation options including Homestays, student residences, and private arrangements Many options for extracurricular and free-time activities Free Provincial Healthcare (effective April 1, 2012) WelcomingQualityChoiceOpportunityQuality

6 UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES Colleges and universities with undergraduate, graduate (master, doctoral), professional and certificate programs Numerous technical/vocational institutions, language programs and transition programs Cutting edge technology and research labs with opportunity to collaborate on research projects Opportunities for co-operative education & internships Option to work on and off campus WelcomingQualityChoiceOpportunityChoice

7 QUALITY EDUCATION WITHIN REACH M ANITOBA ’ S TUITION FEES ARE AMONG THE MOST AFFORDABLE IN C ANADA C ANADA. WelcomingQualityChoiceOpportunityOpportunity Manitoba Average Resident Student Undergraduate Tuition Fees University/CollegeArtsScience Université de Saint- Boniface $3,600$4,100 Canadian Mennonite University $6,700- University of Manitoba $3,400$4,300 University of Winnipeg $3,087$3,557 Winnipeg Technical College $3,900 – 5,575 (varies by program)

8 QUALITY EDUCATION WITHIN REACH M ANITOBA ’ S TUITION FEES ARE AMONG THE MOST AFFORDABLE IN C ANADA C ANADA. WelcomingQualityChoiceOpportunityOpportunity Manitoba Average Domestic Student Undergraduate Tuition Fees University/CollegeArtsScience Université de Saint- Boniface $3,600$4,100 Canadian Mennonite University $6,700- University of Manitoba $3,400$4,300 University of Winnipeg $3,087$3,557 Winnipeg Technical College $3,900 – 5,575 (varies by program) Provincial Average $4,137$4,846 Source: TLAC Annual Survey 2010 Manitoba Value Some of the lowest tuition in Canada One of the lowest costs of living in Canada Entrance scholarships for undergraduates Tuition Tax Rebate of $25,000 after graduation Free Provincial Healthcare (Effective April 1, 2012) (

9 WORK OPPORTUNITIES Work opportunities for university and college students Work on campus (no permit required) Work off campus (work permit easily obtained) Co-op work programs Work after graduation (open work permits available) WelcomingQualityChoiceOpportunityOpportunity

10 TUITION RECIPROCITY AGREEMENT Minnesota students who attend participating schools in Manitoba pay the resident tuition rate for that school. Annual tuition fees for full-time students from Minnesota who are registered in undergraduate programs at Manitoba post-secondary institutions party to the reciprocity agreement range from approximately $3,000 - $3,500 per year. WelcomingQualityChoiceOpportunityOpportunity

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12 UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES Colleges and universities with undergraduate, graduate (master, doctoral), professional and certificate programs Numerous technical/vocational institutions, language programs and transition programs Cutting edge technology and research labs with opportunity to collaborate on research projects Opportunities for co-operative education & internships Option to work on and off campus WelcomingQualityChoiceOpportunityChoice

13 Scholarship and Faith Faculty Mentors Community Experiential Learning Education for Peace and Justice Christian University committed to: Undergraduate Degrees in Arts, Music, Music Therapy, and Business Administration 500 Students on Main Campus, 100 students on the Outtatown Program. Dynamic Outtatown Discipleship Program – International Experience Strong, supportive community where students are a name, not a number. CANADIAN MENNONITE UNIVERSITY

14 T HE P REMIER F RANCOPHONE U NIVERSITY Established in Western Canada nearly 200 years ago, Université de Saint-Boniface offers a friendly and supporting learning environment to francophone students from around the world. Today, it offers first-class general and specialized university degree programs, technical and professional courses including language Training. WelcomingQualityChoiceOpportunityChoice

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