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University of Manitoba Online Transfer Credit Resource


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Welcome to the University of Manitoba Online Transfer Credit Resource for outgoing University of Manitoba students, including student exchanges and letters of permission.

Current University of Manitoba students already working towards an undergraduate program that are interested in taking courses from another recognized Canadian institution must submit a letter of permission request through the Registrar's Office to ensure credit will be awarded. Approval by your Faculty, College or School is required prior to commencing studies at another recognized postsecondary institution. International studies via LOP will not be processed for the 2023 Academic Year.
Please visit the following link for further information: Letter of Permission

Students seeking information on outgoing student exchange opportunities are encouraged to contact the International Centre: Student Exchange Program

The Online Transfer Credit Resource for outgoing students includes active course evaluations. Courses excluded from the resource would require course evaluation to determine credit equivalency and program approval.

External courses are reviewed on a course-by-course basis and courses are assigned University of Manitoba equivalency, where applicable. Where a direct equivalent does not exist, a course may be awarded general (unallocated) credit.

The following factors may affect letter of permission/exchange course approval:

  • a course may not fit a program.
  • some programs may require a minimum grade in order to grant credit.

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  • The University of Manitoba Online Transfer Credit Resource is intended to provide course transfer information for prospective applicants, newly admitted students and University of Manitoba students seeking to enhance their studies with approved courses taken on a letter of permission or student exchange program.

    While course equivalencies are generally valid for five years from period of last assessment, course assessments are subject to reconsideration at any time. A course excluded from the database does not necessarily indicate transfer credit will not be awarded; a detailed course outline/syllabus may be required at the point of application for Admission or letter of permission to determine whether credit may be granted.

    Step 1: Select Transfer Credit Province/State

    1. Transfer from Province/State
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