Here you’ll find a list of Manitoba’s universities and colleges. See all the amazing education options that are right here in the province.
Assiniboine Community College
Your answer for community college programs in the heart of Brandon. More than 30 diplomas and certificate programs live here. Find yours!
Assiniboine Community College offers over 30 diploma and certificate programs across a range of disciplines, including food and hospitality, business, agriculture and the environment, health, and human services, trades, and technology. Each program embodies the College’s teaching philosophy of hands-on education, supported by classroom learning. Students enjoy a comprehensive educational experience designed to connect students with industries and communities for real world experience and networking, to meet the labour market needs of South-western Manitoba.
Find a student-centred community and pursue an excellent education in arts, education, music, health studies, science and graduate studies.
Brandon University offers a wide range of degree programs, Arts, Education, Music, Health Studies, Science and graduate studies. The University offers unique opportunities within a smaller institutional setting. Through a continuing commitment to research Brandon University rewards both basic and applied research by faculty and students, promoting the advancement of knowledge and learning; and furthering the intellectual, social and cultural development of those participating in the life of the University.
Welcome to the Work School! Whether you’re 15 or 50 you can get the skills for an awesome career right in Winnipeg.
Manitoba Institute of Trades and Technology (MITT) is a hybrid institution offering secondary and post-secondary programs. The Institute’s flexible and modern approach to education, and growing number of programs are designed in consultation with industry. MITT provides learners with marketable, competency based credentials focused on labour market demands. The institute offers programming in the Skilled Trades, Health and Human Services, Information Technology, Management, Continuing Education and Enterprise.
With 200+ certificate, diploma and degree options offered at 9 campuses, plus a 96% post-graduation employment rate, The Difference is Here.
With more than 100 career-related programs, Red River College prides itself on providing its graduates with the quality education and the skills necessary to succeed in the Manitoba labour force. The College is renowned for providing accessible, innovative, applied learning and research in an advanced environment, leading to proficient, highly skilled graduates that are ready to take succeed in the workforce. Red River College seeks to enable students to build a career, enhance quality of life, and contribute to Manitoba’s economic and social prosperity through exceptional applied education and research.
In the downtown core of Winnipeg, you can find an abundance of pre-professional programs as well as arts, business and more.
The University of Winnipeg offers high-quality undergraduate programs and graduate programs across its Faculties of Arts, Business, Education, Kinesiology and Applied Health, Science, and Graduate Studies. Many programs are unique in Western Canada, such as a Bachelor of Arts in Human Rights or a Master’s degree in Development Practice with a focus on Indigenous Development. UW students value their educational experience, as the University consistently ranks highly on national surveys for overall reputation, small class sizes, academic excellence, and its ongoing commitment to the environment. The University of Winnipeg is conveniently located in downtown Winnipeg and offers a community-based ethos and atmosphere, connecting people from diverse cultures and backgrounds.
This French-language university in Winnipeg has degree programs and technical training. Speak and learn in French every day, right here.
Université de Saint-Boniface (USB) is the only French-language university west of Montreal, and was the first post-secondary educational institution to be established in Western Canada. USB delivers a range of general and specialized university degree programs, as well as a slate of college-level technical and professional programs, all intended for students who wish to pursue their studies in French in an intimate setting and their career of choice in both official languages -- whatever their first language might be. Located in Saint-Boniface, the francophone heart of Winnipeg, USB develops young, bilingual leaders who strengthen and transform Manitoba, Canada and the world.
With main campuses in The Pas and Thompson, and 12 regional centres, you can continue your education without having to leave your community.
Students at University College of the North can earn a degree, diploma or certificate from one of its 2 main campuses, or one of 12 regional centres located throughout Northern Manitoba. UCN provides students with unique practical training opportunities, whether students are conducting field studies in the Natural Resources Management Technology, working in a child daycare setting or in Automotive Technician diagnosing and addressing issues with a client’s vehicle. Students at the University College of the North have access to state-of-the-art technologies, libraries, classrooms and fitness facilities.
Be a trailblazer at Manitoba’s only medical-doctoral, research-intensive university, for programs in arts, science and the professions.
The University of Manitoba provides a wide range of high-quality liberal arts, science and professional programs at its two modern Winnipeg based campuses, successfully preparing its undergraduate and graduate students to be locally and globally engaged citizens. The University is committed to ensuring that students enjoy an outstanding educational experience through access to experiential learning opportunities and excellent professors, many of whom are nationally and internationally recognized for their achievements. Having adopted a culturally sensitive approach to learning, the University of Manitoba recognizes the important contribution of Indigenous peoples across Manitoba and Canada.