The Manitoba Council for International Education proudly serves its 30 members through workshops, marketing and other resources.
Manitoba’s universities and colleges offer the education and training you need to participate in today?s competitive global job market and to succeed in your professional and personal life.
If you graduate with a degree from a Manitoba university or a one-year certificate or two-year diploma from a Manitoba college, you qualify to work in Canada for one year after graduation in a field related to your course of study. In addition, the Manitoba International Student Off-Campus Work permit Project allows qualified international students to work up to 20 hours per week while they study after successful completion of two terms of study at participating public institutions.
University Transfer Programs
Public Elementary and Secondary Schools
Manitoba schools teach students from 5 to 18 years of age. High school prepares students aged 14 to 18 for post-secondary education and training or employment after graduation. The Manitoba Government funds public schools and develops their courses. Independent or private schools receive public and private funds. They teach courses approved by the government. Both systems are well funded and provide high quality education.
In high school, you can choose from a wide range of academic programs offered in English, Français or French immersion (combination of French and English). It is also possible to choose a technology training focus. High school programs are flexible in order to fit your ambitions and requirements. By combing compulsory and elective courses, you can create a balanced and challenging program.
Independent Elementary and Secondary Schools