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  • STUDYING IN MANITOBA

  • Welcome

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    Bienvenido

  • CANADA2nd largest country in the world

    33 million people

    10 provinces, 3 territories

    Top UN Ranking

    Multicultural: 1 in 6 is a new immigrant

    Officially bilingual but over 200 languages are spoken

    Provinces are responsible for education

  • MANITOBAGeographic centre of North America and transportation hub

    Vast land with 100,000 lakes & rivers, and rolling prairies

    Diverse, stable economy, with a high standard of living, steady economic growth, a high employment rate, abundant natural resources

    Abundant energy, mineral and agricultural resources with a high-skilled workforce

  • MANITOBAGeographic centre of North America and transportation hub

    Vast land with 100,000 lakes & rivers, and rolling prairies

    Diverse, stable economy, with a high standard of living, steady economic growth, a high employment rate, abundant natural resources

    Abundant energy, mineral and agricultural resources with a high-skilled workforceMANITOBA EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS

  • WHY MANITOBA?

    Welcoming environment

    Quality education

    Abundant Choice

    Opportunity to succeed

    Welcoming

    WelcomingQuality

    WelcomingQualityChoice

    WelcomingQualityChoiceOpportunity

  • WELCOME TO MANITOBA

    Manitobans are friendly and caring, and believe in the spirit of community

    Manitoba enjoys safe, secure, and welcoming communities

    People from around the world have made Manitoba their home, creating a truly multi-cultural society

    Manitoba offers a wide variety of sportsand recreational opportunities andcultural events

    WelcomingQualityChoiceOpportunity

    Welcoming

  • WELCOME TO MANITOBA

    Manitobans are friendly and caring, and believe in the spirit of community

    Manitoba enjoys safe, secure, and welcoming communities

    People from around the world have made Manitoba their home, creating a truly multi-cultural society

    Manitoba offers a wide variety of sportsand recreational opportunities andcultural events

    WelcomingQualityChoiceOpportunity

    Welcoming

  • MANITOBAS PEOPLE

    Population: 1.2 millionCapital City: Winnipeg (pop. 706,900)First populated by Aboriginal peoples and then settled by European immigrantsToday: Multicultural over 200 ethnic groups speaking over 100 languagesWell educated & productive workforce

    WelcomingQualityChoiceOpportunity

    Welcoming

  • MANITOBAS PEOPLE

    Population: 1.2 millionCapital City: Winnipeg (pop. 706,900)First populated by Aboriginal peoples and then settled by European immigrantsToday: Multicultural over 200 ethnic groups speaking over 100 languagesWell educated & productive workforce

    WelcomingQualityChoiceOpportunity

    Welcoming

  • ART, CULTURE & RECREATION

    130 festival days each year

    Winnipeg is a cultural centre of Canada

    Internationally renowned ballet company, world-class symphony

    Classical, contemporary, jazz, country music, dance and theatre abound

    Professional sports teams

    Countless recreational opportunities

    WelcomingQualityChoiceOpportunity

    Welcoming

  • ART, CULTURE & RECREATION

    130 festival days each year

    Winnipeg is a cultural centre of Canada

    Internationally renowned ballet company, world-class symphony

    Classical, contemporary, jazz, country music, dance and theatre abound

    Professional sports teams

    Countless recreational opportunities

    WelcomingQualityChoiceOpportunity

    Welcoming

  • ALL YEAR ROUNDSPRING (March-May) -10 to 25 degrees Celsius(14 to 77 Fahrenheit)SUMMER (JuneAugust)20 to 35 degrees Celsius(68 to 95 Fahrenheit)AUTUMN (September-November)-10 to 25 degrees Celsius(14 to 77 Fahrenheit)WINTER (December-February)-30 to -15 degrees Celsius(-22 to 5 Fahrenheit)

    WelcomingQualityChoiceOpportunity

    Welcoming

  • ALL YEAR ROUND

    WelcomingQualityChoiceOpportunity

    Welcoming

  • EDUCATION IN CANADA

    Education is the responsibility of provinces and territories

    The standard of education is consistently high across the country

    Globally recognized credentials

    Canada spends more per capita on its education system than most countries in the G-7

    WelcomingQualityChoiceOpportunity

    Quality

  • EDUCATION IN CANADAThe UN ranks Canada among the top 5 countries in the world to live based on our excellent education system, high quality health care, low crime rate and clean environment.

    International tests demonstrate the strength of our education systems:The OECD PISA (Program for International Student Assessment) International Test of abilities of 15 year olds

    WelcomingQualityChoiceOpportunity

    Quality

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  • EDUCATION IN MANITOBA

    High priority for government funding with emphasis on accessibility

    Student-centered teaching focused on creativity and problem-solving

    Core academic benchmarks at the K-12 level and accreditation at the post-secondary level

    Smaller class sizes with available and supportive faculty and staff

    WelcomingQualityChoiceOpportunity

    Quality

  • CHOOSING YOUR OWN PATH

    Complete range of program options from short-term study to PhDs

    Transition programs, language upgrading, and other additional services available

    Accommodation options include Homestays, on-campus residences, off-campus housing, and private arrangements

    Many options for extracurricular and free-time activities

    WelcomingQualityChoiceOpportunity

    Choice

  • ELEMENTARY & HIGH SCHOOLS

    All schools offer Government-Approved Curriculum Elementary (Kindergarten to Grade 6) Junior High (Grade 7 9) High School (Grade 10-12)

    Schools often run classes in semesters 1st Semester (Sept. Jan.) 2nd Semester (Feb. - June)

    Classes run from 9:00 am to 3:30 pm

    Access to support services at all times

    Extracurricular activities, leadership programs and athletics

    Transportation options

    WelcomingQualityChoiceOpportunity

    Choice

  • ELEMENTARY & HIGH SCHOOLS

    All schools offer Government-Approved Curriculum Elementary (Kindergarten to Grade 6) Junior High (Grade 7 9) High School (Grade 10-12)

    Schools often run classes in semesters 1st Semester (Sept. Jan.) 2nd Semester (Feb. - June)

    Classes run from 9:00 am to 3:30 pm

    Access to support services at all times

    Extracurricular activities, leadership programs and athletics

    Transportation optionsMANITOBAS HIGH SCHOOLS

    WelcomingQualityChoiceOpportunity

    Choice

  • ELEMENTARY & HIGH SCHOOLS

    All schools offer Government-Approved Curriculum Elementary (Kindergarten to Grade 6) Junior High (Grade 7 9) High School (Grade 10-12)

    Schools often run classes in semesters 1st Semester (Sept. Jan.) 2nd Semester (Feb. - June)

    Classes run from 9:00 am to 3:30 pm

    Access to support services at all times

    Extracurricular activities, leadership programs and athletics

    Transportation options

    WelcomingQualityChoiceOpportunity

    Choice

  • ELEMENTARY & HIGH SCHOOLS

    All schools offer Government-Approved Curriculum Elementary (Kindergarten to Grade 6) Junior High (Grade 7 9) High School (Grade 10-12)

    Schools often run classes in semesters 1st Semester (Sept. Jan.) 2nd Semester (Feb. - June)

    Classes run from 9:00 am to 3:30 pm

    Access to support services at all times

    Extracurricular activities, leadership programs and athletics

    Transportation options

    WelcomingQualityChoiceOpportunity

    Choice

  • UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES

    Colleges and universities with undergraduate, graduate (master, doctoral), professional and certificate programs

    Numerous technical/vocational institutions, language programs and transition programs

    Cutting edge technology and research labs with opportunity to collaborate on research projects

    Opportunities for co-operative education & internships

    Option to work on and off campus

    WelcomingQualityChoiceOpportunity

    Choice

  • UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES

    Colleges and universities with undergraduate, graduate (master, doctoral), professional and certificate programs

    Numerous technical/vocational institutions, language programs and transition programs

    Cutting edge technology and research labs with opportunity to collaborate on research projects

    Opportunities for co-operative education & internships

    Option to work on and off campusMANITOBAS UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES

    WelcomingQualityChoiceOpportunity

    Choice

  • UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES

    Colleges and universities with undergraduate, graduate (master, doctoral), professional and certificate programs

    Numerous technical/vocational institutions, language programs and transition programs

    Cutting edge technology and research labs with opportunity to collaborate on research projects

    Opportunities for co-operative education & internships

    Option to work on and off campus

    WelcomingQualityChoiceOpportunity

    Choice

  • ENGLISH AND FRENCH LANGUAGE PROGRAMS

    Canada: a world leader in English and French lan