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The UMGSA offers up to $750 per year to graduate students enrolled at the University of Manitoba to attend conferences in their disciplines.
In an online referendum, the University of Manitoba Graduate Student population voted in favour of tying UMGSA fees to the rate of inflation.
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We’re celebrating exceptional graduate students and their research through our web series ‘Profiles’.
The UMGSA and 101.5 UMFM are pleased to collaborate on Grad Talks, a weekly radio program airing at 10:30am every Tuesday morning.
We are the student-governed association that represents over 3500 graduate students at the University of Manitoba.Read more
Becoming a councillor is a great way to get involved with student government, and makes your department eligible for grants from the UMGSA.Read more
Visit the HSGSA
The Health Sciences Graduate Students' Association is a sub-organization of the UMGSA that represents all graduate students at the University of Manitoba Bannatyne campus.
From socials and luncheons to sporting events, the UMGSA is always busy planning the next great event for graduate students on campus.
If you’re interested in what goes on at UMGSA Council, take a look at the minutes from our past meetings. We meet once a month, and visitors are welcome.
The UMGSA Policy Manuals are the foundation of our organization. They guide us in our day-to-day operations and in our long-term goals.
Full-time graduate students are automatically members of the UMSU Health and Dental Plan. If you’re a part-time student, you have the option of opting into the plan.
The U-Pass is a Universal Transit Pass which provides unlimited access to Winnipeg Transit services for Full-Time students in exchange for a mandatory fee.
Each spring, the Executive members of the UMGSA are decided in the annual General Election. All graduate students enrolled at the University of Manitoba get to vote, and candidates campaign on issues that affect graduate student life.