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4.2 out of 5 stars.
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About University of Manitoba

The University of Manitoba changes our world for the better. As Manitoba’s largest and only research-intensive university, we are a driving force of innovation, discovery and advancement. Our momentum is propelled by our campus community – the faculty, staff and students whose combined passion and determination become shared possibility. Uniquely strengthened – 
The Apotex Centre (Bannatyne campus) houses UM’s College of Pharmacy and Department of Immunology.Students and staff walk past UM’s Administration building on the Fort Garry campus.Students walk through ARTlab’s modern entryway on UM’s Fort Garry campus.A UM student gets guidance in the Faculty of Architecture’s John A. Russell building.
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The University of Manitoba attracts faculty, staff and students from around the globe. We provide a vibrant and engaging working and learning environment that encourages growth and discovery. We celebrate our community and the connections that are made here. WHO WE ARE: - We were founded in 1877 as Western Canada’s first university. - We offer the most prolific post-secondary learning, teaching and research opportunities in Manitoba, with more than 100 academic programs across our faculties, school and colleges. - Our ground-breaking research explores and examines complex issues that include Arctic system science and climate change, immunity, inflammation and infectious diseases, population and global health and more. - UM is committed to advancing reconciliation and working collaboratively with the Indigenous community to share Indigenous perspectives, knowledge(s) and cultures in our programming, spaces and actions. WE ARE HOME TO: - 5,200+ academic staff and 3,800+ support staff - 26,400+ undergraduate students - 3,900+ graduate students - 100+ academic programs - 2,600+ self-declared Indigenous students, one of the largest Indigenous student populations in Canada - 6,700+ international students - 49 doctoral programs and 95 master’s programs - Satellite campuses, throughout the province, including the William Norrie Centre, home to the Inner City Social Work Program - Smartpark Research and Technology Park to further collaboration and innovation - And host the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation, Canada’s archive of residential school history WHAT WE OFFER: - Competitive salaries and comprehensive benefits - Vast opportunities for academic and professional development - A collaborative and forward-thinking work environment - Traditional and spiritual Indigenous programs, resources and supports, and cultural programming and events throughout the year - A campus that values sustainability, diversity and inclusivity - Endless possibility

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