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Winnipeg • Business • Economics
UWinnipeg's current President and Vice-Chancellor is Dr. Annette Trimbee (August 2014), succeeding Dr. Lloyd Axworthy who served from 2004 to 2014.
Maclean's magazine and the Globe and Mail newspaper consistently rank the university in the top fifteen of all Canadian universities whose primary focus is undergraduate education in the category of student satisfaction. In 2013 the U of W ranked 13th out of 19 primarily undergraduate institutions.
The U of W was the first university in Canada to ban the sale of plastic bottled water on campus.
Winnipeg • Medicine, General, Internal
Winnipeg • Languages, Philology, Linguistic Studies • Cultural Studies
Through its summer language courses and its university residence, SPMI serves the cultural needs of the Ukrainian Canadian community in the city.
SPMI is a home away from home for students including, but not limited to, those of Ukrainian ancestry from all parts of Saskatchewan, as well as other provinces, while they are pursuing higher education at University, Business College or Technical School.
It is a centre for the extra-curricular activities of its resident students, students outside the Institute, and for the continuation of adult education.
Winnipeg • Languages, Philology, Linguistic Studies
Winnipeg • Cultural Studies
Winnipeg • Music
The university is a member of the Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada (AUCC) and the Association of Commonwealth Universities (ACU), the Canadian University Society for Intercollegiate Debate (CUSID) and a member of Canadian Interuniversity Sport. Brandon University has a student to faculty ratio of 11 to 1 and sixty percent of all classes have fewer than 20 students. In the 2015 Macleans rankings of primarily undergraduate universities in Canada, Brandon University was ranked 16th out of 19 overall and #1 in the student to faculty ratio category The school of music is rated one of the best in Canada. The university press, The Quill, is a member of CUP.
The College is affiliated with the ATS.
Winnipeg • Business • Management
Otterburne • Theology, Religion
Providence is currently accredited by The Association for Biblical Higher Education (ABHE). The College offers over 200 courses that are transferable to University of Manitoba. Students can also transfer many courses to other Canadian educational institutions such as Brandon University and the University of Winnipeg.
Winnipeg • Art • Film, Radio, Television • History
Winnipeg • Business • Ethnic, Family Studies • Audit, Accounting • Human Resources, Social Work • Management
The Redekop School of Business offers a 4-year and 5-year Bachelor of Business Administration, with majors in accounting, business management, human resources management, and not-for-profit management. The school also has a 3-year and 4-year Bachelor of Arts degree program, with a major offered in business and organizational administration. It also offer a Masters in Business Administration.
The Redekop School of Business provides an optional business co-op program. The school has a term of study in an international setting, to prepare students for a global business environment.
In 2004, a GlobeScan survey declared IISD the most effective sustainable development research organization. The survey asked participating sustainability experts to name up to four sustainability research organizations they considered to be most effective. IISD ranked highest by being named by a quarter of the respondents.
Winnipeg • Film, Radio, Television
Winnipeg • Art
The institution as legally required is governed by The Private Vocational Institutions Act and Manitoba Regulation 237/02. This legislation provides consumer protection and ensures that the training gives students the skills and knowledge relevant to their chosen field of employment.