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Canadian Universities   

International College Of Manitoba

Overview
Location & Facilities
List of Departments
Courses offered
Intake

Overview

International College Of Manitoba was established in 1877. The University of Manitoba is western Canada's first university. It is the province's largest, most comprehensive and only research intensive post-secondary educational institution. Located in the vibrant city of Winnipeg, the Fort Garry and Bannatyne campuses of the university are located in south and central Winnipeg respectively. The campuses also house a wide range of research centres and institutes. The University has over 24,000 undergraduate students and over 3,000 graduate students. It offers 82 degrees, 51 of which are at the undergraduate level. International students comprise about 10% of the student population and come from over 90 countries. University of Manitoba students, educators and researchers earn national and international recognition for their achievements that improve health, advance technology and provide new insights about people and the world. With leading edge academic programs, a supportive learning environment and innovative facilities, the University of Manitoba prepares its students to become society's critical thinkers, entrepreneurs, social leaders, artists and scientists, who create jobs, make new discoveries and enhance the world's social and cultural dimensions.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Location & Facilities

Located in Winnipeg, Manitoba in Canada - ICM is a multicultural and dynamic institution, welcoming students from over 26 different countries world-wide!


Accommodation
ICM offers a range of accommodation options to suit your needs. These include on-campus accommodation, homestay and off-campus accommodation. Students under 18 years of age must be in homestay accommodation.


University of Manitoba Residences (on-campus accommodation)
ICM students may apply to live in residences at the Fort Garry campus of the University of Manitoba, just a short walk from your classes. St. John’s College, St. Andrews College, Speechly Hall, Tache Hall, and University College, all feature:

  • Furnished rooms (bed, desk, chair and shelves)
  • Meal plans
  • Lounges with TVs and other recreational items
  • Laundry facilities
  • Microcomputer facilities

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


List of Departments / Schools / Faculty / College

  • School Of Engineering
  • School Of Science
  • School Of Business
  • School Of Arts.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Courses Offered

 

Sr.No

Level

Name Of Programme

1

Bachelors
( After completing 1st year foundation Course )

Accounting

2

Bachelors
( After completing 1st year foundation Course )

Aboriginal Business Studies

3

Bachelors
( After completing 1st year foundation Course )

Actuarial Mathematics

4

Bachelors
( After completing 1st year foundation Course )

Entrepreneurship / Small Business

5

Bachelors
( After completing 1st year foundation Course )

Finance

6

Bachelors
( After completing 1st year foundation Course )

Generalist

7

Bachelors
( After completing 1st year foundation Course )

Human Resource Management
/Industrial Relations

8

Bachelors
( After completing 1st year foundation Course )

International Business

9

Bachelors
( After completing 1st year foundation Course )

Logistics and Supply
Chain Management

10

Bachelors
( After completing 1st year foundation Course )

Management
Information Systems

11

Bachelors
( After completing 1st year foundation Course )

Management of Organizations

12

Bachelors
( After completing 1st year foundation Course )

Marketing

13

Bachelors
( After completing 1st year foundation Course )

Operational Research /
Operations Management

14

Bachelors
( After completing 1st year foundation Course )

International Agribusiness

15

Bachelors
( After completing 1st year foundation Course )

Agribusiness Management

16

Bachelors
( After completing 1st year foundation Course )

Agricultural Economics

17

Bachelors
( After completing 1st year foundation Course )

Biosystems Engineering

18

Bachelors
( After completing 1st year foundation Course )

Civil Engineering

19

Bachelors
( After completing 1st year foundation Course )

Computer Engineering

20

Bachelors
( After completing 1st year foundation Course )

Electrical Engineering

21

Bachelors
( After completing 1st year foundation Course )

Mechanical Engineering

22

Bachelors
( After completing 1st year foundation Course )

Biochemistry

23

Bachelors
( After completing 1st year foundation Course )

Biology

24

Bachelors
( After completing 1st year foundation Course )

Biotechnology

25

Bachelors
( After completing 1st year foundation Course )

Botany

26

Bachelors
( After completing 1st year foundation Course )

Ecology

27

Bachelors
( After completing 1st year foundation Course )

Genetics

28

Bachelors
( After completing 1st year foundation Course )

Microbiology

29

Bachelors
( After completing 1st year foundation Course )

Zoology

30

Bachelors
( After completing 1st year foundation Course )

Computer Science

31

Bachelors
( After completing 1st year foundation Course )

Computer Science
/ Mathematics

32

Bachelors
( After completing 1st year foundation Course )

Computer Science
/ Physics and Astronomy

33

Bachelors
( After completing 1st year foundation Course )

Chemistry

34

Bachelors
( After completing 1st year foundation Course )

Physics and Astronomy

35

Bachelors
( After completing 1st year foundation Course )

Mathematics
/ Physics and Astronomy

36

Bachelors
( After completing 1st year foundation Course )

Actuarial Mathematics

37

Bachelors
( After completing 1st year foundation Course )

Applied Mathematics
with Options

38

Bachelors
( After completing 1st year foundation Course )

Mathematics

39

Bachelors
( After completing 1st year foundation Course )

Psychology

40

Bachelors
( After completing 1st year foundation Course )

Anthropology

41

Bachelors
( After completing 1st year foundation Course )

Classics

42

Bachelors
( After completing 1st year foundation Course )

Economics

43

Bachelors
( After completing 1st year foundation Course )

English

44

Bachelors
( After completing 1st year foundation Course )

French, Spanish,
Italian Studies

45

Bachelors
( After completing 1st year foundation Course )

German and
Slavic Studies

46

Bachelors
( After completing 1st year foundation Course )

History

47

Bachelors
( After completing 1st year foundation Course )

Icelandic

48

Bachelors
( After completing 1st year foundation Course )

Linguistics

49

Bachelors
( After completing 1st year foundation Course )

Native Studies

50

Bachelors
( After completing 1st year foundation Course )

Philosophy

51

Bachelors
( After completing 1st year foundation Course )

Political Studies

52

Bachelors
( After completing 1st year foundation Course )

Psychology

53

Bachelors
( After completing 1st year foundation Course )

Religion

54

Bachelors
( After completing 1st year foundation Course )

Sociology

55

Bachelors
( After completing 1st year foundation Course )

Asian Studies

56

Bachelors
( After completing 1st year foundation Course )

Canadian Studies

57

Bachelors
( After completing 1st year foundation Course )

Catholic Studies

58

Bachelors
( After completing 1st year foundation Course )

Central and East
European Studies

59

Bachelors
( After completing 1st year foundation Course )

Drama

60

Bachelors
( After completing 1st year foundation Course )

Film Studies

61

Bachelors
( After completing 1st year foundation Course )

Global Political Economy

62

Bachelors
( After completing 1st year foundation Course )

History of Art

63

Bachelors
( After completing 1st year foundation Course )

International Studies

64

Bachelors
( After completing 1st year foundation Course )

Labour Studies

65

Bachelors
( After completing 1st year foundation Course )

Latin American Studies

66

Bachelors
( After completing 1st year foundation Course )

Medieval and
Renaissance Studies

67

Bachelors
( After completing 1st year foundation Course )

Music

68

Bachelors
( After completing 1st year foundation Course )

Theatre

69

Bachelors
( After completing 1st year foundation Course )

Ukrainian Canadian Heritage Studies

70

Bachelors
( After completing 1st year foundation Course )

Women’s Studies

71

Foundation Course

Introduction to Statics

72

Foundation Course

Applied Calculus I and II

73

Foundation Course

Introduction to Electrical and
Computing Engineering

74

Foundation Course

Computer Science

75

Foundation Course

Chemistry

76

Foundation Course

Techniques for Classical
and Linear Algebra

77

Foundation Course

Critical Thinking

78

Foundation Course

Design Engineering

79

Foundation Course

Thermal Sciences

80

Foundation Course

Literary Topics

81

Foundation Course

Introduction to Psychology

82

Foundation Course

Economics

83

Foundation Course

Critical Thinking

84

Foundation Course

Calculus

85

Foundation Course

Marketing

86

Foundation Course

Introduction to University

87

Foundation Course

Vector Geometry

88

Foundation Course

Linear Algebra

89

Foundation Course

Computer Usage

90

Foundation Course

Calculus

91

Foundation Course

Chemistry

92

Foundation Course

Statistics

93

Foundation Course

Introduction to Psychology

94

Foundation Course

Economics

95

Foundation Course

Vector Geometry and Linear Algebra

96

Foundation Course

Computer Science

97

Foundation Course

Environment Science

98

Foundation Course

Introduction to University

99

Foundation Course

Computer Usage

100

Foundation Course

Introduction to Psychology

101

Foundation Course

Economics

102

Foundation Course

Political Studies

103

Foundation Course

Introduction to University

104

Foundation Course

Critical Thinking

105

Foundation Course

Environment Science

106

Foundation Course

Literary Topics

107

Foundation Course

Statistics

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Scholarships

Navitas academic merit scholarships

Navitas is committed to helping students achieve their career goals by offering scholarships to outstanding students.

The scholarship applies to 50% of the tuition fee (or part thereof) for a Navitas University Transfer Program (UTP) at International College of Manitoba (ICM).

To be considered for the Navitas academic merit scholarship, students must:

  • have achieved a minimum average of 70% in their high school final year grades. Students who have completed further studies, must have achieved a minimum average of 70% in the last 12 months of their most recent studies to be eligible. Non-academic subjects including physical education, religion and languages are not included in the assessment; and
  • have achieved a minimum English language proficiency of IELTS 5.5 or equivalent; and
  • have a Letter of Offer from International College of Manitoba (must hold an UNCONDITIONAL OFFER by the application deadline); and
  • be a new applicant (i.e. students who are currently studying with International College of Manitoba are not eligible).

 

NB. Additional factors such as educational disadvantage, membership of a specific equity group and/or significantly adverse personal circumstances may be taken into account where the ICM scholarhsip review committee must differentiate between equally qualified applicants.

 

Students who are eligible to apply for a Navitas academic merit scholarship will be sent the scholarship application form with their Letter of Offer.

Scholarship application closing dates

Semester start date

 Applications close

September 8, 2009

 July 27, 2009

January 11, 2010

 November 30, 2009

May 10, 2010

 March 22, 2010

 

Navitas bursary

Navitas offers financial support in the form of family bursaries. A bursary applies where two or more students from the same family study with a Navitas member institution.

 

The first family member can be studying with a Navitas member institution at the same time as other family members or may have previously studied with any Navitas member institution. For the purpose of this bursary, a family member is defined as a brother, sister, mother, father, son, daughter or stepchildren.

 

The bursary is granted to the second and subsequent family members who study with a Navitas member institution. The bursary is equivalent to 10% of the tuition fee for one program only (ie. University Transfer Program Stage I or University Transfer Program Stage II) and is credited to the eligible student’s tuition fee account each semester (the amount being relevant to the number of units undertaken in that semester). The bursary does not apply to additional units or repeat units that may also be undertaken.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Intake

January / May / September.