** Indicates rolling admission application process. Applicants will be immediately notified of acceptance into this program and be able to complete post-decision materials prior to the term's application deadline.
Accounting, Anthropology, Art History, Biochemistry, Biology, Business, Chemistry, Classical Studies, Communication, Communications, Computer Science, Criminology, Culture, Developmental Sciences, Economics, English, Environmental Studies, Film, Finance, French, Gender Studies, Geography, German, Health & Human Services, History, Human Resources Management, International Business, International Studies, Linguistics, Literature, Marketing, Mathematics & Statistics, Peace & Conflict Studies, Philosophy, Physics, Political Science, Psychology, Sciences, Sociology, Spanish, Sports, Sports Science, Theater/Drama, Women's Studies, Writing
Minimum Class Standing:
02 - Sophomore
The University of Winnipeg is a public university in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Winnipeg is the capital and largest city of the province of Manitoba. Winnipeg has a population of 663,615. The University of Winnipeg is located minutes away from the largest arts and cultural events, sporting venues, amazing food and shopping. Grand Beach, one of North America's top 10 beaches, is located an hour away.
The University of Winnipeg is a dynamic campus and a downtown hub that connects people from diverse cultures and nurtures global citizens. It is one of the highest ranked universities in Canada. The University of Winnipeg has a student body of approximately 9,359. Students attending the University of Winnipeg experience small class sizes, personal attention, accessible professors and experience.
The University of Winnipeg offers courses in 48 different subjects ranging from business and administration to exercise science and engineering.
Accommodations & Meals
The University of Winnipeg offers students double or single rooms in several on-campus residence halls. Students have a choice of three dining locations on campus.
Eligibility & Application
Any full-time SDSU student at the sophomore level or above and in good academic standing may apply for the Winnipeg program. Students in any major may apply, but are encouraged to consult with their respective academic advisor before beginning the application process. Students with a 2.5 GPA or better are more likely to be accepted into the program. In addition to an application form, students are required to submit one official transcript, two letters of reference, and a written statement of purpose as part of the application process to the Study Abroad Office. Once we receive these materials we will nominate you to the University of Winnipeg. Spaces are limited and admission to the program is competitive. Institution deadlines for application are March 1st for Fall semester or full- year admissions, and September 15th for Spring semester admissions.
Costs & Financial Aid
The cost of the SDSU-Winnipeg program is approximately 15-20% more than what you would pay to attend SDSU, depending on the housing and other choices. Students pay SDSU tuition and fees and pay Winnipeg housing and meals costs. Additional costs include international airfare, passport, visa, and personal expenses including additional travel. This program is eligible for state and federal financial aid as long as students are enrolled in at least 12 credits during a semester. Please contact the SDSU Office of Financial Aid for details at 688-4702.