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Here You Can

Reach New Heights With a Quality Higher Education

Choose the Perfect Certificate, Diploma, or Degree Program for You

University College of the North (UCN) is the premier place for learning. Located in Northern Manitoba, our institution seeks to bring out the potential of our students and our local community, which consists of a young and growing population that is more than 70% indigenous. UCN is positioned to contribute significantly to the social, cultural, and economic development in our region and the entire Manitoba province.

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UCN offers accredited on-campus and online classes for our degree, certificate, and diploma programs. Whether you are a high school graduate, a transferee, or an adult learner, you can find the most suitable course for you to pursue your passion or career goals.

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Enrolment Details

Discover the right learning opportunities for you in any of our diploma, certificate, and degree programs by talking with one of our recruiters. Then, you can apply to your desired course online.

Reconciliation

UCN is committed to enlivening the principles and Calls to Action of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission. UCN recognizes that truth must precede reconciliation. Therefore, UCN commits to seeking and sharing the truth of Indigenous people. This truth includes the legacy of Indian Residential Schools, the Sixties’ Scoops, the appropriation of land, the failure to respect treaties and the continuation of colonization. The journey toward reconciliation begins with truths and the work of reconciliation is the responsibility of all UCN faculties, departments, and areas.

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Land Acknowledgment
UCN acknowledges that we are on the traditional territories and homelands of many Indigenous peoples, who have existed here since time immemorial. The First Nations in the area that UCN serves entered into treaty relationships with the Crown and the territory has also become home to other Indigenous peoples. We uphold the treaties and collaborate with all Indigenous peoples to share truth, reconciliation and learning.

Ready for Technology

By UCN | February 25, 2022

Survival in Manitoba’s north country takes experience, know-how, and perseverance. These are all qualities University College of the North student Charmaine Sayese used to succeed in a program using motherboards, satellites, and software. Charmaine was raised and lives in the Opaskwayak Cree Nation community of Big Eddy. She remembers the first time she used a…

A History of Achievement

By UCN | February 25, 2022

Amy Jackson always understood how education creates opportunity. For a decade, she juggled working in provincial and federal politics and completing part time courses at the University College of the North (UCN). When she transitioned from the political arena to full time student, her focus was clear. “History is a passion of mine and I…

Navigating a Clear Path

By UCN | February 25, 2022

(Wabowden, MB) Desiree Mallett understands the value of learning. The 39 year-old mother of three is a life-long resident of the northern town of Wabowden, where the population hovers near the 400 mark. She’s already finished studies in programs including Mineral Processing and Business Administration.“I wanted something to help out in the long run such…

From Classroom to Educator

By UCN | February 10, 2022

Brie Phillips is a teacher who is able to weave education, writing and art together for Indigenous students and educators alike.  A Metis woman, Brie grew up in Creighton, SK and always enjoyed spending time with children. She knew her future career would involve kids somehow, but it was her experience in a mentor program…

Degrees, Certificates, Diplomas

The University College of the North is the northern Manitoba's place of learning. UCN offers accredited on-campus and online degrees, certificates and diplomas.

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UCN's Response to the pandemic

Our goal is to maintain a safe and engaging environment for both students and employees. All of UCN's information relating to COVID-19 can be found at ucncovid.ca.

Contact Us

For more details about educational programs and campus life at UCN, feel free to reach out to us today. We look forward to hearing from you soon.

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Email: info@ucn.ca
Phone Number: (866) 627-8500

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