If you have already applied and been accepted to our university, please refer to the following instructions on how to register.
If you are applying to our first year programs, also called direct entry programs, you need to fill out an Application for Undergraduate Admission. Your application options inlcude filling out an online application, downloading and mailing in an Adobe PDF application form, or filling out a paper copy and submitting it to our Admissions office. Paper copies are available at our Admissions office and most Manitoba high schools. All applications must include the appropriate application fee. As the application fee varies depending on the program for which you are applying, please click here to find out how much it will cost.
Students applying to any advanced entry program need to download or pick up an application designed specifically for their program choice. These applications are available at our Admissions office or faculty/school general offices.
The application procedure is slightly different for international students. Please note that international students are defined as any student who does not hold Canadian Citizenship or Permanent Resident (Landed Immigrant) status.
Please note that requirements may vary depending on your student status. Click on any of the following classifications for more information:
- High School Student/Graduate - any student who does not fall into the categories listed below
- International Student - any student who is not a Canadian Citizen, Permanent Resident, or Landed Immigrant
- Transfer Student - any student with more than 24 credit hours at another college or university
- Mature Student - any student above the age of 21 who does not meet our general entrance requirements
- Second Degree Students - any student who has completed a prior degree
- Special Students - any student wishing to take classes who is not pursuing a specific degree
- Visiting Students - any student who wishes to take classes at our university while remaining a student in another post secondary institution
- Auditing Students - any student who wishes to take courses for personal interest (no credit granted, no assignments or examinations are required)
- Senior Students - any student who is 65 years or older and is a Canadian citizen or Permanent Resident
- Re-admission, Returning & Continuing Students