University of Winnipeg

The University of Winnipeg is situated in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. This public university provides undergraduate faculties of business and economics, arts, education, theology and science and also graduate programs. Education in Canada is highly regarded and so is this university.

The founding colleges of this university were Wesley College and Manitoba College which both united to form United College in the year 1938. This university was founded in the year 1967 whilst United College got its charter.

The Globe and Mail newspaper and the Maclean's magazine constantly rank this university in the top 10 of all Canadian universities whose major and principal focus is undergraduate education. As a university that is present in the downtown of a large metropolitan centre, this university plays a very important and key role in the downtown rejuvenation. A recreation complex and the recently refurbished Canwest Centre for Theatre and Film are some of the latest proposals. A new western campus with 3 LEED silver buildings has affixed important capacity to campus and comprises the modern and high-tech Richardson College for the Environment and science complex. This university proclaimed that Raymond L. McFeetors, the chairman of The Great West Life Assurance Company had bequeathed $2.67 Million for a dormitory to be built in a recently attained property in the year 2008.