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Manitoba Post-Secondary News Roundup

Carley McDougallNews


Red River College, Indspire announce $1M in bursaries to advance Indigenous achievement Continuing their commitment to support Indigenous student success, Red River College and Indspire have announced $1M in bursaries to help the Building Brighter Futures: Bursaries, Scholarships and Awards program. “This financial support we’ve created demonstrates our commitment to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada’s Calls to Action,” … Read More

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Transition Study: Working Professional to Full-Time Student

Kiirsten MayBlogs


We’re excited to introduce a new blog series called “Transition Study,” where we’ll share advice on transitioning in and out of post-secondary education. To kick things off, we’re looking at a shift that is gaining significance in Canada – the transition from working professional to full-time student. According to an article from Universities Canada, half of the Canadian jobs will … Read More

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Manitoba Post-Secondary News Roundup

Carley McDougallNews


Classes are out and students are off for the summer. Now is the time to get outside and enjoy the weather. But in case you’re caught indoors, here is some light reading – Campus Manitoba’s post-secondary news roundup, featuring stories and events from our seven partner institutions. Province to provide free access to SECD resources for early years practitioners and students … Read More

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Manitoba Post-Secondary News Roundup

Sarah NantaisNews


With summer just around the corner, spring is in full swing! Here is Campus Manitoba’s post-secondary news roundup, featuring stories and events from our seven partner institutions. UWinnipeg Grad Student Partners with City to Map Mosquito Dispersal Patterns Watch out mosquitoes – your days are numbered! The City of Winnipeg is teaming up with Martine Balcaen, a UWinnipeg graduate student, working … Read More

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Manitoba Post-Secondary News Roundup

Sarah NantaisNews


News Roundup Coverage: March 1-31st, 2018 ACC Seek Funding Boost After ESL Cuts Take Toll (March 5) Assiniboine Community College is asking the Canadian government for increased funding after facing cuts to its English as a Second Language program last year. In 2017, Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada proposed to cut ACC’s English language program from $730K per year to … Read More

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