Graduate Studies

UWinnipeg’s 2017 SSHRC Graduate Scholars

Climate change, sustainability and accessibility are the focus of two Social Science and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) Graduate Scholars.

More Indigenous students seeking advanced degrees

               Overall enrolment for Fall 2017 stable with 9,359 students WINNIPEG, MB – The number of Indigenous students choosing to continue their studies in graduate programs at The University of Winnipeg has almost doubled , and incoming Indigenous students now constitute 13% of the student body  (up from 12% last year), among the highest …Read more >

First Masters in Management class gets underway

WINNIPEG, MB – The University of Winnipeg’s newest graduate program, a Masters in Management with a specialization in Technology, Innovation and Operations (MiM) is now underway with 13 students enrolled. This industry-driven graduate degree focuses on developing critical thinkers at a senior management level and is aimed at professionals who are seeking additional management credentials. …Read more >

UWinnipeg’s trio of Queen Elizabeth Scholars

Three UWinnipeg students have each earned a prestigious Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Scholarship (QEII) valued at $6,000 that will allow them to go overseas for three months to advance their art studies.

UWinnipeg’s annual 3MT competition has a winner!

UWinnipeg’s Faculty of Graduate Studies hosted the Fourth Annual Three-Minute Competition (3M) with eight courageous participants. Each graduate student had only three-minutes to explain their complex thesis ideas with one static slide using simple language.

Meet some Graduate Scholars

Graduate studies at The University of Winnipeg is a student-centered research program that attracts top national and international graduate students creating a diverse student body. Meet some of the graduate scholars.

Master’s in Development Practice scholarship winners

UWinnipeg’s Master’s in Development Practice program (MDP) announced five of their scholarship winners with a combined value of $90,000.

UWinnipeg student elected president of national Francophone group

Justin Johnson plans to take a few cues from Manitoba’s founding father in his new role as national president of the Fédération de la jeunesse canadienne-française (French-Canadian Youth Federation).

Two UWinnipeg students dine at Rideau Hall

Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Scholars Jazmin Alfaro and Oluwayemisi Olugboji dined with His Excellency the Right Honourable David Johnston and former Prime Minister Jean Chrétien earlier this month at Rideau Hall.

UWinnipeg awards Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Scholarships

The University of Winnipeg is pleased to announce the first round of recipients to benefit from an $825,000 grant provided through the Canadian Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee Scholarships Program. The scholarships contribute to the development of dynamic young leaders who are working toward change both at home and across the Commonwealth, while aiming to enrich …Read more >