Universities in Manitoba province Canada

Study in Canada | University of Winnipeg

In a world of constant change, lifelong learning is a means to success.

Since 1972, The University of Winnipeg Professional, Applied and Continuing Education (PACE) has been a dynamic and innovative lifelong learning institution. Our success has been driven by the ability to create and sustain a dynamic culture based on our most valuable resource: learners. Our life-long learning approach provides hands-on training opportunities to expand learners’ career potential.

PACE offers international students the opportunity to study in career-focused programs in the areas of business and technology. These programs provide international students with career-specific certifications, job skills and job readiness preparation. Students receive guidance and assistance at every stage of their program to maximize their opportunities for post-graduation work experience in Canada.

The University of Winnipeg is located in the central business district in a province that consistently has one of the highest employment rates and one of the lowest costs of living in all of North America. In addition, the Province of Manitoba has an international student stream within its provincial nominee program that provides graduates with opportunities to apply for permanent residency based, in part, on the successful completion of their degree studies.

As well, the Province of Manitoba offers international students who graduate and find employment in Manitoba the opportunity to receive a tuition refund in the form of an income tax credit – making UWinnipeg one of the most affordable international study abroad opportunities in the world.

Extraordinary Fun

  • Churchill, Manitoba, is known as the “Polar Bear Capital of the World” for being the most accessible place to view polar bears in the wild.
  • Winnipeg’s Assiniboine Forest (10 minutes from UWinnipeg) is the largest urban nature park in Canada.
  • As North America’s second largest alternative theatre festival, the Winnipeg Fringe Theatre Festival draws more than 130 performing companies into the historic Exchange District each summer for 12 jam-packed days of edgy and comic performances. Theatre companies come from as far afield as Australia, South Africa, France, Scotland and New York.
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Yes the tax rate is higher

by ohcanada

But we dont have toll roads, we dont have excise tax, our universities cost an average 4 grand a year
Im not trying to make this into a us vs canada thing. I live in the states and it has many things to offer.
Personally, I pay more in taxes here then in canada but I am not in the top bracket. If i was to add in my monthly contribution to health care and copays it is much higher here.

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