The University of Manitoba invites international students from all countries to apply for the University of Manitoba international scholarships for graduate students in Canada.
Manitoba University is located in Winnipeg, the province of Manitoba, Canada, and founded in 1877. It is committed to support research and graduate student success.
Students need to pay an application fee for admission’s consideration.
Online application fee is $100. Paper application fee is $120.
Additional application fees:
Physician Assistant Studies: $25
Preventive Dental Sciences: $50
Full-Time Masters Students tuition fees: Year 1 – $9,988.79 ($4,994.40 per term), Year 2 – $731.24 ($365.62 per term).
Full-Time Masters in Architecture, City Planning, Fine Arts, Interior Design, Landscape Architecture, Natural Resources Management, Nursing, School Psychology – Year 1 – $9,988.79 ($4,994.40 per term), Year 2 – $9,988.79, ($4,994.40 per term), Year 3 – $731.24 ($365.62 per term).
Masters in Dentistry Clinical Programs Tuition Fees – from $26,878.50 ($13,439.25 per term) to $69,263.88 ($34,631.94 per term)
Masters in Occupational Therapy – 1-year program – Year 1: $10,833.47. 2-year program – $10,833.47 both years
Types of University of Manitoba international scholarships
University of Manitoba Graduate Fellowships (UMGF)
Valued for a 12 month period at $18,000 for PhD students, or $14,000 for Master’s students.
Please check with your department for details on how to be considered for a UMGF.
Many of our departments have internal awards based on academic merit, the values of which vary by department.
Please check with your department for details on how to be considered for these awards.
Research and Teaching Assistantships
Many of our departments engage students for help in conducting undergraduate classes and laboratories. Opportunities for research assistantships also exist, and in many cases graduate students in the preparation of their theses may use the research undertaken.
Please check with your department for details on these opportunities.
International Graduate Student Entrance Scholarship (IGSES)
International students entering their first year of full-time graduate studies in pursuit of a Master’s, PhD or Graduate Diploma may be eligible for this scholarship. Academic qualification for this scholarship is a grade point average (GPA) of 3.5 in the previous two years of study. When we calculate your GPA during the admission process, we will determine your eligibility, so there is no need to apply for this scholarship.
International Graduate Student Scholarship (IGSS)
This scholarship provides funding in subsequent years when full tuition fee is required. Deadline for applications is March 1 of each year.
International Graduate Student Bursary (IGSB)
Awarding of this bursary is based on grade point average and verification of need. It will help to provide financial aid in subsequent years when full tuition fee is required, and is administered by the Financial Aid and Awards Office.
W. Dafoe Graduate Fellowship
One award valued at $10,000 for full-time students entering the first or second year of a Master’s program to the Departments of Political Studies, Economics or History at the University of Manitoba, whose research focuses on International Relations. Applicants are required to submit a covering letter, detailed research proposal, and three letters of reference to Awards Officer, 500 University Centre, or by email to [email protected]
The deadline is February 28 of each year.
Eligibility Criteria for University of Manitoba international scholarships
Academic standing: Students with a minimum GPA of 3.75 (above B+) at a recognized university based on a Bachelor, Masters, Graduate Diploma or a Doctoral degree. Please use admissions criteria in calculating GPA, i.e., last 60 credit hours or equivalent.
Fields of study: Students in all fields of graduate study (with the exception of those in the College of Medicine and in the Master of Business Administration) are eligible to apply.
Years of graduate study: Students are eligible to receive the UMGF for the first 24 months of their Master’s program and the first 48 months of their PhD program. Total maximum UMGF support for any individual graduate student is 48 months.
Deadline for University of Manitoba international scholarships: varies (annual), but usually in December