Higher education in Manitoba traces the development and expansion of higher education (also described as post-secondary or tertiary level education) in the Canadian province of Manitoba. In Canada, education is a provincial concern and there is no national regulation nor accrediting body. Manitoba was the first western territory to join confederation and the first to establish a university. Just under 10% of the total population holds at least a bachelor's degree.

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  • Higher education in Manitoba traces the development and expansion of higher education (also described as post-secondary or tertiary level education) in the Canadian province of Manitoba. In Canada, education is a provincial concern and there is no national regulation nor accrediting body. Manitoba was the first western territory to join confederation and the first to establish a university. Just under 10% of the total population holds at least a bachelor's degree. (en)
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  • Higher education in Manitoba traces the development and expansion of higher education (also described as post-secondary or tertiary level education) in the Canadian province of Manitoba. In Canada, education is a provincial concern and there is no national regulation nor accrediting body. Manitoba was the first western territory to join confederation and the first to establish a university. Just under 10% of the total population holds at least a bachelor's degree. (en)
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