Educational Training Facilities


Brandon University is situated in Manitoba's second largest city and attracts students who want a sound education in arts, business administration, science, music, education and health studies, all while studying in an environment geared to the individual. The combination of small classes, faculty who are easily accessible to students, compact campus, rural focus, and a diverse student population contributes to a stimulating, supportive and personalized learning experience.

Canadian Mennonite University (CMU) is an accredited and innovative Christian university located in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, with approximately 500 students offering bachelor degrees in Arts, Music, Music Therapy, and pathways to professional programs.  CMU is also known for the exciting Outtatown program - a two semester program of experiential learning that includes travel across Western Canada with a cross-cultural experience in either Guatemala or South Africa; as well as a one semester bilingual program in French Africa. CMU is a member of the Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada.

The Collège universitaire de Saint-Boniface was established in 1818, and is today not only the oldest but the only French-language post-secondary educational institution in Western Canada. Located in the community of St. Boniface in the heart of Winnipeg, it offers university (arts, science and education) as well as vocational (child care, business administration, data processing and office management) programs. The Collège is affiliated with the University of Manitoba and offers University of Manitoba degrees.

The University of Manitoba is Western Canada's oldest university and one of the largest and most prestigious universities in Canada. It has 17 faculties and four schools offering undergraduate and graduate programs in arts and sciences and professional studies, including agriculture, architecture, dentistry, engineering, management, medicine, medical rehabilitation, nursing, pharmacy and social work.

The University of Winnipeg is a medium-sized university which has been nationally and internationally recognized for its quality education. It offers undergraduate degree programs in the arts, sciences and education, with more than 400 courses in 34 major areas. In addition, the university offers pre-professional programs (from one to three years) which prepare students for admission to professional schools ranging from law to medicine.


Manitoba's colleges are located in different regions of the province and offer training programs in a wide range of occupations. They work with industry to produce highly skilled workers who can meet employers' needs. The colleges offer training to students who are just getting started and employees requiring skills upgrading.

Assiniboine Community College serves southwestern Manitoba with a wide range of one-year certificate and two-year diploma programs in trades, business, agriculture, media, health and human services, and office administration programs.

Keewatin Community College in northern Manitoba delivers certificate and diploma programs in academic, scientific, trade, technological, literacy training and vocational fields. The college serves a diverse population spread over a vast geographical area.

Providence College
Students come to Providence College primarily for the Christian content of the teaching it provides. Although the school enjoys a reputation for academic excellence, this excellence is viewed as a means to an end, and not the end itself. Still true to its roots in the Bible College movement, Providence requires its students to study the Bible as a textbook, coming to grips with hard questions about life and society and learning to consistently apply their faith to their daily lives.

Red River College of Applied Arts, Science and Technology, located in the City of Winnipeg, offers a full range of more than 90 preparatory, certificate, diploma, joint university degree and advanced diploma programs in applied arts, business health, family and applied sciences, technology, trades and language training.

Steinbach Bible College, since 1936, has provided students with the  opportunity to develop their potential for ministry in the church and society.

Winnipeg Technical College offers a wide variety of programs to both secondary and post secondary students. These programs provide up-to-date technical and career education in an environment that recognizes and fosters the learning potential of individuals and their contribution to the work environment.

Stevenson Aviation Technical Training Centre was established in 1984 in order to provide skills training and upgrading to meet skill shortages and other identified human resources needs within the Canadian aviation industry.

L'École technique et professionnelle

Private Vocational Schools

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