A university without borders
The University of Manitoba offers a gateway to the world.
Each year the Alternative Reading Week program provides students with the opportunity to learn from community by participating in activities designed to develop intercultural competence, critical thinking and civic engagement. Read more about what our students got up to this year.
And the U of M has a footprint in virtually every country. Two projects the U of M is well known for involve our work in Karnataka, India, and in Kenya.
Such a global presence can make one ask, why? Why do we do so much work abroad? UM Today sat down with President and Vice-Chancellor David Barnard to get his perspective on the benefits U of M and our community receive from this international reach. Read that Q&A here.