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Manitoba Launches College, University Course Website

July 7, 2014 11:30 AM | News

eCampus Manitoba


A new website has been launched by the Manitoba government to offer post-secondary students more online course options.

eCampus Manitoba is a partnership between Manitoba’s seven public post-secondary organizations to provide a one-stop shop to the online learning opportunities available through their institutions.

The site has approximately 520 unique university and college courses, and over 1,100 course equivalencies. Students can browse through courses or search for them by category and institution. Live advice is available through a virtual help desk.

“We believe education should have no borders or barriers,” said Education and Advanced Learning Minister James Allum. “eCampus Manitoba is helping our province to build the skilled workforce we need to grow our economy and create strong communities for Manitoba families.”

Online: ecampusmanitoba.com

— Staff

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