INTERNATIONAL VIEWBOOK • 2013
You can choose rom over 100 challengingprograms across various aculties andschools. Whether you’re interested incombining programs or an interdisciplinaryapproach or specializing in a speciceld o study, the U o M provides theexibility and choice to build thedegree that’s perect or you.
The University o Manitoba’s communityo researchers, students, teachers andsta are addressing the challenges acingCanada and the world in the 21st century. The U o M is internationally recognized orground-breaking research in the areas o HIV/AIDS, global public health, unctionaloods, and Arctic climate change.Students have the opportunity to getinvolved in research at the undergraduateand graduate level and conduct work alongside award-winning instructorsin state-o-the-art laboratories.
To learn more, please visit:umanitoba.ca/research
Extraordinary academic achievementcan be seen across the U o M campus.Achievements include:
• 96 University of Manitoba students
have been honoured with a RhodesScholarship – more than any universityin Western Canada.
• The Asper School of Business dominates
international business planningcompetitions with a world record
of 50 rst-place wins since 1996.• More U of M alumni lead Fortune 500
companies than any other westernCanadian university’s alumni.
• With over 100 members and ve teams,
the University o Manitoba StudentChapter o the Society o AutomotiveEngineers International (UMSAE) is thesecond largest SAE International Teamin the world.
“I heard that Winnipeg is a great place to live and now I know that it really is, especially as a student. I was able to make friendsand exchange ideas with all kinds of people. It’s easy to getaround the city and the people here are so open and friendly.”
— Luqui Lee Feng
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Luqui Lee Feng