You get

one chance

take the test

Image/ Image/ Image/

Take the guesswork out of choosing the right course and take our test today .

Canadian Mennonite University


An amalgamation of three colleges, this very small Anabaptist Christian institution was founded in 2000 and accepted into Universities Canada in 2008. The main campus is situated 10km from downtown Winnipeg and close to the Assiniboine Forest. It offers a small number of bachelor programs, including in Music Therapy and Conflict Resolution, at the Menno Simons site on the campus of Winnipeg University. Winnipeg in the heart of the prairies is the provincial capital of Manitoba. It was a First Nations hub for over 10,000 years and the Forks in the city centre is a historic site at the intersection of the Red and Assiniboine Rivers. Today it is beautiful parkland with shops, cafés and restaurants. ‘Win nipee’ in Cree means ‘muddy waters’. The Exchange district boasts handsome early 20th century buildings and St Boniface is Canada’s oldest French community outside Québec. Winnipeg has a number of museums including The Canadian Museum for Human Rights. The city has a small International Airport with internal flights and also to the USA. It is on the transcontinental railway.


University, off campus

University, on campus



Channel Islands:
Northern Ireland:

Graduate opportunities

Discover more about the courses on offer...
Canadian Mennonite University

Can't decide on a course?

Take the guesswork out of choosing the right uni and take our test today

Take the test

Sign up and stay in touch

Sign up for our email list and stay up to date with the latest info on Careers, Higher Education and what’s happening for students right now!

Please login first
Please Login/Register first to use this functionality.