If you are accepted into one of our programs, you will have to pay for your normal living expenses and the additional costs of the program.
International students who have a GPA above 3.5/4.5 receive an entrance scholarship IGSES. Their tuition is the same as that for Canadian students. For such PhD students, the tuition fee is approximately \$4,500 for the first two years and \$750 on subsequent years. For international MSc students satisfying the above GPA requirement, the tuition fee is approximately \$4,500 for the first year and \$750 on subsequent years. The total tuition fee in the program for such students is significantly lower than most other major Canadian universities. See here. Other required fees include student organization fees and health insurance costs. There is a reciprocity agreement between Manitoba and Minnesota where Minnesota residents pay the same fees as Canadian Citizens. Go here for the application form.
Starting in Fall 2018, levels of support are \$20,000 and \$22,000 (CDN) for thesis-based MSc and PhD students, respectively, in the form of direct aid and tutorial/or marking employment. Sometimes, students make significantly more than the minimum. Students in the course-based MSc program can receive up to \$5,000 per year as teaching assistants or markers. Applications for aid cannot be processed until after you have been admitted to one of our graduate programs. If you are admitted, we automatically send the materials required to apply for financial aid. See here for funding comparisons with other universities.
Rings and Modules seminar:
R. W. Quackenbush: When is a \(\vee\)-semilattice a lattice?
Tuesday, November 21 at 14:40, 418 Machray Hall.
Functional Analysis seminar:
Edward Timko: A Classification of \(n\)-tuples of Commuting Isometries
Tuesday, November 21 at 15:00, 205 Armes.
Geometry and Topology seminar:
Friday, November 24 at 13:30, 316 Machray Hall.