Manitoba is one of the three prairie provinces of Canada, and with an estimated population of 1.3 million people, it is the country’s fifth-most populous province.
The Manitoba education system and institutions are internationally recognized, with leading-edge facilities and first-rate teachers and professors. International students contribute more than $230 million to the economy annually and support more than 1600 jobs.
Manitoba is considered an ideal location for students looking for a safe, affordable, and dynamic study abroad experience. Known as ‘Friendly Manitoba,’ the cities and towns here are multicultural and welcoming. There are a wide variety of activities you can do in Manitoba, from dog sledding to scuba diving and alpine skiing. You can see polar bears, bison and beluga whales or discover local Aboriginal legends, fur-trade rivalries and occult mysteries. You have the option of going to the ballet, the beach, or a frog-jumping competition: whatever takes your fancy!
Capital city: Winnipeg
Gloriosus et Liber
“Glorious and free”