The University of Manitoba offers a variety of resources to help ensure Indigenous graduate student success.
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The UMGSA offers up to $500 per year to graduate students enrolled at the University of Manitoba to attend conferences in their disciplines.
Racism is deeply entrenched in our academic institutions. The UMGSA has a role to play
We’re celebrating exceptional graduate students and their research through our web series ‘Profiles’.
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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.
A database of minutes and documents from UMGSA Council Meetings, Annual General Meetings, and Special General Meetings.
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.