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STUDIO DEGREES & DIPLOMA PROGRAM 

PROGRAMS OFFERED
LENGTH
Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree (General) 3 years
Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree (Honours) 4 years
Diploma of Art 4 years

HOW TO APPLY
Students wishing to be admitted to School of Art Studio Programs must submit a portfolio of their work in addition to an Application for Undergraduate Admission. This requirement includes students applying for Direct Entry (after high school) into the BFA Program and the Diploma in Art Program, as well as Advanced Entry students transferring into the program from University 1, another faculty or another institution.

  1. Application for Undergraduate Admission must be submitted separately to the Admissions Office of the University of Manitoba.
     
  2. Artwork Portfolio: Information provided in the portfolio regarding applicant's motivations and experiences with art practice, contemporary art, and art history will offer a better understanding of the applicant and their potential. Criteria in the selection process will emphasize accomplishment as demonstrated in the submitted portfolio application, interest in the BFA program and an assessment of potential for growth as a student at the School of Art.

The School of Art welcomes applications from international students. In addition to the specific School of Art requirements the University of Manitoba has standardized requirements that all international students must meet. These requirements are explained in detail on the ▶ Admission Office website.

 

▶ Apply Online for Direct Entry Admission to our
Diploma and Studio Programs

▶ Apply Online for Advanced Entry Admission to our
Diploma and Studio Programs

 


ART HISTORY PROGRAMS

PROGRAMS OFFERED LENGTH
Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree, Art History 3 years
Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree, Art History (Honours) 4 years

HOW TO APPLY
Art History is an Advanced Entry program. This means that students who wish to apply for entry into the BFA Art History program begin by enrolling in University 1. You must complete 24-30 credit hours, the usual number of credits for a full first year, before enrolling in art history courses.

The School of Art welcomes applications from international students. In addition to the specific School of Art requirements the University of Manitoba has standardized requirements that all international students must meet. These requirements are explained in detail on the ▶ Admission Office website.

Please Note
Students interested in the BFA Art History degree program are not required to submit a portfolio.

 

▶ Apply Online for Admission
to our Art History Program