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ABOUT ICM UNIVERSITY OF MANITOBA

 

The University of Manitoba is a public university in the province of Manitoba, Canada. Located in Winnipeg, it is a research-intensive post-secondary educational institution. Founded in 1877, it was Western Canada’s first university, since when the University of Manitoba has been at the centre of postsecondary education in our province, and has adhered to its core philosophy that access to the best education must be available to all who have the ability to benefit by it, regardless of sex,
race, creed, language or nationality.

 

The university has an enrolment of approximately 27,000 students - 24,000 undergraduate and 3,000 graduate. The university offers more than 90 degrees, more than 60 at the undergraduate level. Most academic units offer graduate studies programs leading to master’s or doctoral degrees.

 

In 2007-08, the university acquired more than $150 million in research income. The university holds 48 Canada Research Chairs and is either home to or a partner in 37 research centres, institutes and shared facilities. These centres foster collaborative research and scholarship.

 

As of 2010, there have been 96 Rhodes Scholars from the University of Manitoba, more than from any other university in Western Canada.

 

WHY UNIVERSITY OF MANITOBA

• The University of Manitoba, Western Canada’s first university, is ranked by the Times Higher Education as one of the top 400
universities in the world.

• The city of Winnipeg, home to ICM, is full of opportunities and is one of the most affordable cities in Canada.

• Manitoba offers a Tuition Fee Income Tax Rebate, reimbursing up to 60 percent of all your eligible tuition fees after you graduate.

• The University of Manitoba is the region’s most research intensive university and is part of Canada’s U15 group of leading research universities.

 

About ICM

 About ICM

 

The International College of Manitoba (ICM) is your pathway to a degree at the University of Manitoba. As part of the global Navitas Group, ICM’s programs and approach to teaching offer students the opportunity to be fully prepared for university studies and have a smooth transition to the University of Manitoba.


By choosing to study at ICM, you will be undertaking a program that is moderated by the University of Manitoba to ensure the highest academic quality.

 

Begin your program at the University of Manitoba’s Fort Garry campus with qualified instructors, in smaller classes and with longer teaching sessions. Provided you meet the required grade-point average (GPA) for entry, you will be able to transfer directly into the second year of your degree at the University of Manitoba.

 

Create your future at ICM
As an ICM student at the University of Manitoba, you will:

 

• have access to university facilities and services including libraries, computer laboratories, recreation facilities, on-campus accommodation, health services and career services

• be part of a diverse student population, with more than 3,000 international students, representing close to 100 countries

• have access to many recreational facilities for extracurricular activities

• be given academic and personal support to help you reach your goals

• participate in an Interactive Learning Series during your first academic term to help you develop self-directed learning skills

• learn in small classes, with an average of 30-35 students, complemented by small group tutorials and workshops

• receive extra academic contact to fully develop your understanding of each course

• experience high standards of teaching, with courses that are delivered by qualified university instructors and are quality assured by the University of Manitoba

• receive great value for money as ICM’s tuition fees are competitively priced among Canadian institutions

Pathway Programmes

Undergraduate Pathways

 

UTP STAGE 1

 

This program is designed for students who require additional academic courses before starting a full university degree equivalent program (UTP Stage II). You will be required to study eight courses over two terms (four courses per term).

 

ICM offers a University Transfer Program Stage I (UTP Stage I), which is designed as a bridge between secondary school
and university–level study. Successful completion of the program with the necessary grades assures you entry to ICM UTP Stage II in Arts, Business, Engineering or Science.

 

UTP STAGE 2

 

UTP Stage II is the equivalent of the first year of a University of Manitoba bachelor’s degree program in Engineering, Business,
Science or Arts. The program can be completed in three academic terms.

 

Upon successful completion of UTP Stage II, if you  satisfy university admission requirements and deadlines and achieve the specified minimum GPA, you will be eligible to transfer to the second year of your degree at the University of Manitoba. Admission to some degree programs will be on a competitive basis and subject to quotas.

 

Postgraduate Pathways

 

Not Available

 

 

 


 

Entry Requirements

ACADEMIC REQUIREMENTS

 

UTP 1

 

GCSE-O-Levels: GCE ‘O’ level or IGCSE with passes in 3 academic subjects

Bangladesh: Higher Secondary School Certificate (10+2) with a 50% average in 4 academic subjects

 

UTP 2

 

GCSE O + A Levels: GCE ‘A’ level with D passes in 2 academic subjects

Bangladesh: Higher Secondary School Certificate (10+2) with 55% average in 4 academic subjects

 

English Language Requirements

 

UTP 1

IELTS: 5.5 with no band lower than 5.0

TOEFL Computer/Paper/IBT:  196/525/69

GCE 'O' Levels: C

International Baccalaureate: Standard 5 or Higher 4

 

UTP 2

IELTS: 5.5 with no band lower than 5.0

TOEFL Computer/Paper/IBT:  196/525/69

GCE 'O' Levels: C

International Baccalaureate: Standard 5 or Higher 4


 

Dates and Prices



State Dates: Jan, July, Sept

 

Programs fees

Program Tuition # of terms
English language program/ Mixed program (English component only) C$3,980 (plus additional costs on a per-course basis) One term

Pre-University Programs

 

UTP Stage I

 

C$13,104

Two terms

University level Programs

 

UTP Stage II in Business

 

C$13,898 Three terms
UTP Stage II in Arts C$13,898 Three terms
UTP Stage II in Science C$13,898 Three terms

UTP Stage II in Engineering

 

C$13,898 Three terms

 

* All amounts are listed in Canadian dollars. The actual tuition costs for students may be higher or lower depending on their specific choice of courses. Fees and charges subject to change without notice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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