We are also reaching out to First Nations, Mtis, and Inuit children and adults in our surrounding neighbourhood through an innovative Community Learning strategy that breaks down the barriers to post-secondary education and tackles the graduation gap. The University is partnering with our neighbours to create a vibrant, reflective, and relevant learning community.
The University of Winnipeg actively encourages faculty to incorporate Indigenous perspectives and content in their coursework. Study in the area of Indigenous peoples is integrated in several degree programs, including Anthropology, Education, English, History, Political Science, Religion and Culture, and Sociology, and the University offers language courses in Ininew (Cree) and Anishnabemowin (Ojibway). We have developed a variety of degree and diploma programs specifically to meet the evolving needs of First Nation, Mtis, and Inuit students.
To learn more, visit indigenous.uwinnipeg.ca