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Brandon University


With its roots in 1899 as a Baptist institution, Brandon occupies a historic campus on the Assiniboine River. It was granted a university charter in 1967 and offers a small number of bachelor courses, for example in Psychiatric Nursing, Environmental Science and Music. The School of Music is highly regarded. There is a large indigenous focus with a number of languages including Cree available and a Minor in Aboriginal Art is offered. Brandon is a small city in southwestern Manitoba, 214 km west of the provincial capital, Winnipeg. It is an agricultural region, but the Riding Mountain National Park is an hour by car north of Brandon, where there is hiking, biking, canoeing and wildlife. Brandon is on the Trans – Canadian Highway 214.


3490 Students

86% Undergraduates

5% International


Accommodation: Private rented

Accommodation: Single sex

Accommodation: University, on campus

Campus: City Centre Campus

Campus: Single Campus

Car Parking: Car Parking Available


University, off campus

University, on campus

Transport Links

Nearest Airport: Brandon Municipal ( 3.8 miles )

Nearest Train Station: Union Station ( 126.0 miles )


Brandon University

270-18th Street


R7A 6A9



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