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School of Science

Manitoba, Canada


Established in 1877 as a public research university, The University of Manitoba is situated in Manitoba, Canada. It is Western Canada's first university with a main campus known as the Fort Garry campus, built in Winnipeg. In the whole region, this university conducts the largest amount of research annually as compared to any other university. Other than the main campus, the University of Manitoba also has two other campuses, namely, the Bannatyne Campus and the William Noorie Centre. Founded by Alexander Morris, this university has around 26K students enrolled in over 24 different faculties. This university has a total of five colleges, namely University of St. Paul's College, St. Boniface, St. Andrew's College, and St. John's College, offering various different disciplines for the students to choose from. This university has produced many notable alumni such as Robert Kroetsch, who is a renowned poet and novelist. The university also has dedicated student services to assist students in every step of their university life. Moreover, this university offers numerous scholarships to the students to help them financially. These scholarships can be either based on a student's academia, or on the his/her financial need. With a large budget that the university gets being a state-funded university, it manages its expenditure so as to give a memorable university life experience to its students in terms of academics, sports, or any other leisure activities.
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