The University of Winnipeg, also known as Winnipeg, is a public research university. When United College accepted its sanction in 1967, it was laid out. It is one of the best universities to study abroad. The school has undergraduate and postgraduate divisions. It provides over 400 courses in over 40 different fields of study. The college currently has 600 international students from over 68 countries. Kayaking, hockey games, and snowshoeing are among the most popular college activities. There are 305 educational establishments, with 494 administrative personnel and 9419 students. There are 9137 students and 282 postgraduates among the understudies. They provide undergraduate programmes in craftsmanship, finance, and business. Masters degrees are available in various projects, including Arts and Cultural Studies, Arts in Indigenous Governance, and Arts in Criminal Justice, among others. In addition, joint projects with the University of Manitoba are available, including a Master of Arts in History and Public Administration. Ida Albo, Lloyd Axworthy, and Tom Axworthy are among those who graduated.
World ranking -1836 Country rank – 41
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|Avg Cost of Tuition/year||18000 CAD|
|Cost of Living/year||CAD $11500|
|Application Fees||CAD 120|