BURSARY APPLICATION FORMS
Emerging Issues in Human Rights is an unique intensive six-credit hour University of Winnipeg Global College summer course. Registration for the 2017 course – which will run from August 8-18, 2017 – has begun.
In order to participate in Emerging Issues in Human Rights, students must be accepted as a student (or a visiting student) to the University of Winnipeg and have the permission of the course director, Prof. Marilou McPhedran. Please see the information below for instructions.
NEW UNIVERSITY STUDENTS MUST REGISTER AT UWinnipeg
Students who have recently graduated from high school and are planning on attending the University of Winnipeg should apply to the University of Winnipeg. Once they have been accepted as a student, they can register for Emerging Issues in Human Rights through WebAdvisor.
STUDENTS FROM OTHER UNIVERSITIES
Students who attend other universities who would like to take Emerging Issues in Human Rights for credit should apply as a Visiting Student to the University of Winnipeg on a Letter of Permission from their home university. Once they have been accepted as a visiting student, they can register for Emerging Issues in Human Rights through WebAdvisor.
Please note: visiting students must comply with all of their home university’s requirements in order to receive academic credit. This may include (but is not limited to) a Letter of Permission prior to admission and an official University of Winnipeg transcript upon course completion. The fees associated with the home university’s requirements are additional to the tuition paid for Spring and Summer Institutes. The student is solely responsible for any and all fees, permissions and/or deadlines related to receiving credit for Emerging Issues in Human Rights.
CURRENT UWINNIPEG STUDENTS
Students who are already registered at the University of Winnipeg can register for Emerging Issues in Human Rights in the normal process through WebAdvisor.