Located in the heart of Winnipeg, the capital of Manitoba, home to the largest Francophone community in the province, it has about 1,500 students. The University of St. Boniface offers undergraduate degree programs in arts, social work, translation, science, education, business administration and nursing, as well as graduate programs in education and research. in Canadian Studies.
The University is unique in that it houses a Technical and Vocational School. There are training courses that complement each other in two years and focus on employment and labor market needs in business, technology, health and early childhood.
The student clientele of USB benefits from the expertise of professors who stand out thanks to their achievements and their commitment to the establishment. The University relies on small classes to ensure that students have the attention they need to succeed.
Research has acquired a lot of importance at the University of St. Boniface for 25 years and stands out for its originality and quality. The subjects studied are as varied as numerical simulation, identity representations, Franco-Manitoban and French literature, sociology of religion and translation.
Subjects: Anthropology, Canadian Studies, Geography, History, Philosophy, Psychology, Economics, Political Science, Religious Science, Sociology, German, English, Spanish, French
Subjects: Chemistry / biochemistry, Microbiology, Biological Sciences, Mathematics and Statistics, Physics, Computer Science