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Requirements for Canadian Students
As there are several different categories for admission and relevant deadlines, interested applicants should review our admissions requirements as published on our website or in our publications (General Calendar, Campus Guide, Admissions Handbook, or Admissions Brochures for Education, International, Mature, or Out of Province Students).

Requirements for International Students
There are several different categories for admission for international students. Interested students should review our admission requirements as published on our website or in our publications (General Calendar, Campus Guide, Admissions Handbook, or Admissions Brochures for Education, International).

Procedure for Canadian Students
Apply online or download an application form, or contact our Admissions Office to request an application. Applications for admission should be completed, signed, and forwarded with the appropriate application fee and supporting documents to our Admissions Office by the relevant deadline.

Procedure for International Students
Apply online or download an application form, or contact our Admissions Office to request an application. Applications for admission should be completed, signed, and forwarded with the appropriate application fee and supporting documents to our Admissions Office by the relevant deadline.

Enrolment
Full-time Undergraduate Students 2009-2010:5,785
Part-time Undergraduate Students 2009-2010:3,312

Academic Year
Type of System:Trimester
Entrance Dates:January, May, September
Notes: Fall Term: September to December
Winter Term: January to April
Spring Term: May to August

The University of Winnipeg has a system of three terms: fall, winter, and spring. Each term has 12 weeks of classes and two weeks of evaluation. A full course (six credit hours) is normally taught over two terms and a half course (three credit hours) over one term. In the winter and spring terms, many courses are also offered in a condensed time frame to provide greater flexibility in scheduling and to accommodate those who wish to pursue their studies in an accelerated manner. In the condensed format, a full course (six credit hours) is completed in one academic term. The maximum course load per term in most situations is 15 credit hours.

Language of Instruction
English

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