Canadian Mennonite University

Founded in 2000, Canadian Mennonite University (CMU) is a privately-funded Christian institution. Located in Winnipeg, a city in the Manitoba province of Canada, the institution came into existence after the amalgamation of three different local colleges. In 1998, the provincial government chartered the institution to grant university-level degrees. However, by 2000 the institution began operating under Canadian Mennonite University and now prides itself on offering excellent academic and research facilities for its students.

Canadian Mennonite University offers undergraduate and postgraduate degree programs in various disciplines such as arts, science, business administration, mathematics, theological studies, languages, social service, music, psychology, media, intercultural studies, philosophy, etc. Currently, Canadian Mennonite University has up to 917 enrolled students, out of which 107 are international students. The student population consists of about 70% of students being from Manitoba and the remaining 30% from other parts of Canada and 35 countries.

To ensure the comfort of its students, Canadian Mennonite University has many facilities on campus. The university provides accommodation in a dormitory and apartment-style residence halls. Additionally, food services are available in the form of dining halls or students may even opt for meal plans. There are numerous student services to aid students in different areas of concern too. Lastly, student resources are available in the form of a student portal and university library which holds a large collection of printed and electronic resources such as books, journals, articles, e-books, e-journals, and databases.

Canadian Mennonite University Canada 

Established in 2000 and located in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canadian Mennonite University (CMU) is a private Christian university. The institute offers a comprehensive university education which allows students to pursue an interdisciplinary approach to their education eventually leading to the acquisition of a broad range of knowledge and skill. Canadian Mennonite University offers three/ four-year undergraduate degrees and graduate degrees.

Canadian Mennonite University Ranking

  • #73 on 2020 UniRank Canadian University Ranking
  • #5003 on 2019 UniRank World Ranking.
  • #126 on Webometrics Canada Ranking

Canadian Mennonite University Course

Undergraduate Courses at Canadian Mennonite University

Course IDCourse NameCourse IDCourse NameCourse IDCourse Name
ACWR-1010 - 1Writing for Academic PurposesBTS-1110 - 1Biblical Literature and ThemesCHEM-1010 - 1Structure and Modelling in Chemistry
ACWR-1010 - 1Writing for Academic PurposesBTS-1110 - 2Biblical Literature and ThemesCHEM-1010L - 1Structure and Modelling in Chemistry Lab
BIOL-1010 - 1The Evolutionary and Ecological RevolutionBTS-1120 - 1Encountering the BibleCHEM-1010L - 2Structure and Modelling in Chemistry Lab
BIOL-1020 - 1The Genetic RevolutionBTS-1130 - 1Introducing Jesus - An Overview of the Christian BibleCHEM-1020 - 1Physical Chemistry
BIOL-1310 - 1Cells and EnergyBTS-2000W - 1Introduction to ChristianityCHEM-1020L - 1Physical Chemistry Lab
BIOL-1310L - 1Cells and Energy LabBTS-2160 - 1The PsalmsCHEM-1020L - 2Physical Chemistry Lab
BIOL-1310L - 2Cells and Energy LabBTS-2190 - 1Luke-ActsCHEM-2010 - 1Organic Chemistry I - Structure and Function
BIOL-1320 - 1Diversity of LifeBTS-2230 - 1Biblical Perspectives on Peace and JusticeCHEM-2010L - 1Organic Chemistry I Lab
BIOL-1320L - 1Diversity of Life LabBTS-2310 - 1Issues in Youth MinistryCHEM-2110 - 1Biochemistry I - Biomolecules and Metabolic Energy
BIOL-1320L - 2Diversity of Life LabBTS-2420M - 1Exploring Christian SpiritualityCHEM-2110L - 1Biochemistry I - Biomolecules and Metabolic Energy lab
BIOL-1350 - 1Microbes, Health, and IllnessBTS-2550W - 1History of ChristianityCOMM-1000 - 1Introduction to Communications and Media
BIOL-1360 - 1Anatomy of the Human BodyBTS-2560W - 1Anabaptist BeginningsCOMM-2015 - 1Media Skills Workshop - Radio Team
BIOL-1360L - 1Anatomy of the Human Body LabBTS-2800W - 1Theology of Peace and JusticeCOMM-2016 - 1Media Skills Workshop - Live Audio & Video streaming
BIOL-1360L - 2Anatomy of the Human Body LabBTS-2895 - 1Topics - Theology and ArtCOMM-2020 - 1Oral Communication
BIOL-1360L - 3Anatomy of the Human Body LabBTS-3295 - 1Topics - IsaiahCOMM-2050 - 1Graphic Design
BIOL-1370 - 1Physiology of the Human BodyBTS-3295 - 2Topics - Feminist Perspectives on Bible and TheologyCOMM-2950 - 1Topics - Journalism and Peacebuilding
BIOL-1370L - 1Physiology of the Human Body LabBTS-3340 - 1Ministry SeminarCOMM-3010 - 1Theories of Communication in Everyday Life
BIOL-1370L - 2Physiology of the Human Body LabBTS-3450 - 1Theologies of PowerCOMM-3020 - 1Group Communication and Creative Process
BIOL-2100 - 1Genetics of Eukaryotes and BacteriaBTS-3595 - 1Topics - Anabaptism: From Europe to the GlobeCOMM-3060 - 1Advanced Journalism - Multimedia
BIOL-2100L - 1Genetics of Eukaryotes and Bacteria LabBTS-3895 - 1Topics - Faith and TolerationCOMP-1030 - 1Introduction to Computer Science I
BIOL-2510L - 1Ecology I LabBTS-3895C -1Does Religion Cause Violence?COMP-1030L - 1Introduction to Computer Science I Lab
BIOL-2510W - 1Ecology IBTS-3995 - 1Topics - Consumption and DesireECON-1000 - 1Introduction to Macro-economics
BIOL-3510 - 1Ecology IIBTS-3995 - 1Topics - Religion and PoliticsECON-1010 - 1Introduction to Micro-economics
BUSI-1000 - 1Introduction to Business and Organizational AdministrationBTS-4295 - 1Topics - Paul and his LettersENGL-1020 - 1English Literature - Poetry and Drama
BUSI-2000 - 1Introductory Financial AccountingBTS-4295 - 1Topics - From Creation to New Creation: Biblical Visions of the 'End'ENGL-1030W - 1Classical Literature
BUSI-2000LIntroductory Financial Accounting LabBTS-4295M - 1Topics - Principles of Biblical InterpretationENGL-1040 - 1English Literature - Narrative Film
BUSI-2010 - 1Introductory Managerial AccountingBTS-4295M - 1Topics - The PentateuchENGL-2040 - 1Renaissance Literature
BUSI-2020 - 1Organizational BehaviourBTS-4430M - 1Christian SpiritualityENGL-2060 - 1Romantic and Victorian Literature
BUSI-2050 - 1Fundamentals of MarketingBTS-4495 - 1Topics - Equipping the Saints: Education and Faith FormationENGL-2410W - 1Creative Writing - Short Fiction
BUSI-2080W - 1Business and Organizational CommunicationsBTS-4495 -2Topics - The Practice and Theology of WorshipENGL-3000 - 1The History of the Book
BUSI-3000 - 1Organizational Leadership - Leadership for Social ChangeBTS-4495J - 1Topics - The Eucharist in Anglican Liturgical HistoryENGL-3100 - 1Short Fiction
BUSI-3040 - 1Quantitative Methods in Business and Organizational AdministrationBTS-4495MTopics - Issues in Congregational LeadershipENGL-3910 - 1Literary Genres - Children's & Young Adult Literature
BUSI-3050 - 1Management Information SystemsBTS-4495M - 1Topics - PrayerENGL-3950 - 1Topics - Literature and Theology
BUSI-3060 - 1Operations ManagementBTS-4595 - 1Topics - Reading Christian ClassicsENGL-3950 - 2Topics - Literature, New and Used
BUSI-3100 - 1Financial ManagementBTS-4895 - 1Topics - Christianity and IndigeneityENGL-4950W - 1Topics - George Herbert and the End of the Book
BUSI-3200 - 1Human Resource ManagementBTS-4895 - 1Topics - Anabaptist Peace TheologyMUSC-1000W - 1Music Theory I
BUSI-4010 - 1Strategic ManagementBTS-4895 - 1Topics - The SecularMUSC-1010 - 1Music Theory II
BUSI-4020 - 1Business and Organizational PolicyBTS-4895 - 2Topics - Theological EthicsMUSC-1100 - 1Music Skills I
BTS-4895J - 1Topics - The Christian Life: An Anglican AccountMUSC-1110 - 1Music Skills II
ENVS-1030 - 1Introduction to Environmental StudiesMUSC-1140 - 1Lyric Diction
ENVS-2620 - 1Ecological PeacebuildingPCTS-1110Introduction to Peace and Conflict TransformationMUSC-1220W - 1The Art of Music
GEOG-1000 - 1Introduction to Physical GeographyPCTS-2146 - 1Peace Skills - Restorative JusticeMUSC-2000 - 1Music Theory III
HIST-1000 - 1History of the West in Global Context IPCTS-2150 - 1Peace Skills Workshop - Mediation SkillsMUSC-2010 - 1Music Theory IV
HIST-1010 - 1History of the West in Global Context IIPCTS-2443 - 1Conflict and Development Issues in Indigenous CommunitiesMUSC-2100 - 1Music Skills III
HIST-2090 - 1Mennonites in Canada and the United StatesPCTS-2810 - 1History and Strategies of Non-ViolenceMUSC-2110 - 1Music Skills IV
HIST-2100 - 1History of the United States from 1607PCTS-3100 - 1Models for Peace and Conflict TransformationMUSC-2150 - 1Conducting Techniques I
HIST-2110W - 1The Fifties and Sixties - North America Cold, Cool, and RadicalPCTS-3600 - 1Art of PeacebuildingMUSC-2220 - 1Music History I
HIST-2520 - 1History of Art and Culture II - Renaissance to the PresentPCTS-3950C -2Leading in an Age of PolarizationMUSC-2230 - 1Music History II
HIST-3200 - 1Theory and Methods of History IPHED-2100 - 1Coaching Theory and PracticeMUSC-2250 - 1History of Jazz
HIST-3210 - 1Theory and Methods of History IIPHIL-1000 - 1The Task of Philosophy I - The Question of RealityMUSC-2260 - 1Worlds of Music
IDS-1110W - 1Introduction to International Development StudiesPHIL-1010 - 1The Task of Philosophy II - The Question of KnowledgeMUSC-2310 - 1Hymnology - The History of Congregational Song
IDS-2000 - 1The Project CyclePHIL-2030 - 1Aquinas and Wittgenstein – Language, Reality, and GodMUSC-2330 - 1Leading Music and Worship
IDS-2171 - 1Crisis, Humanitarian Aid, and Disaster RecoveryPHIL-2070 - 1Business EthicsMUSC-2800 - 1Introduction to Music Therapy
IDS-3020 - 1Just and Sustainable Food SystemsPHIL-2950W - 1Topics - Disability & Difference: Philosophical and Theological PerspectivesMUSC-2870 - 1Music Therapy Practicum I Seminar
IDS-3111 - 1An Analysis of Development Aid PolicyPHIL-3120 - 1Dante – The Divine ComedyMUSC-2880 - 1Music Therapy Practicum II Seminar
IDS-3521 - 1Study of Simple LivingPHYS-1010 - 1Physics 1 - MechanicsMUSC-3050 - 1Composing and Arranging Seminar
IDS-4100 - 1Senior Seminar in Social ChangePHYS-1010L - 1Physics 1 - Mechanics LabMUSC-3100 - 1Early Musical Development
INDS-1050 - 1Indigenous Peoples of CanadaPHYS-1010L - 2Physics 1 - Mechanics LabMUSC-3801 - 1Music Therapy Methods for Adults I
LANG-1210 - 1Beginning Spanish IPHYS-1020 - 1Physics 2 - Waves and Modern PhysicsMUSC-3801L - 1Clinical Improvisation Skills for Music Therapy Methods
LANG-1220 - 1Beginning Spanish IIPHYS-1020L - 1Physics 2 - Waves and Modern Physics LabMUSC-3802 - 1Music Therapy Methods for Adults II
LANG-2410 - 1Elementary Biblical Greek IPOLS-1000 - 1Democracy and DissentMUSC-3802L - 1Clinical Improvisation and Skills for Adults II
LANG-2420 - 1Elementary Biblical Greek IIPOLS-3000Politics, Society, and Mass MediaMUSC-3840 - 1Percussion Techniques A
MATH-1000 - 1Basic Statistical AnalysisPOLS-3950C - 1Reconciling Stories: Indigenous Laws and LandsMUSC-3860 - 1Brass Techniques
MATH-1000L - 1Basic Statistical Analysis LabPSYC-1010 - 1Introduction to Psychology I - FoundationsMUSC-3870 - 1Music Therapy Practicum III Seminar
MATH-1000L - 2Basic Statistical Analysis LabPSYC-1010 - 2Introduction to Psychology I - FoundationsMUSC-3880 - 1Music Therapy Practicum IV Seminar
MATH-1000L - 3Basic Statistical Analysis LabPSYC-1020 - 1Introduction to Psychology II - Individuals and InteractionsMUSC-3890 - 1Woodwind Techniques
MATH-1020 - 1Introduction to CalculusPSYC-1020 - 2Introduction to Psychology II - Individuals and InteractionsMUSC-3950 - 1Topics - Thinking with Gender
MATH-1020L - 1Introduction to Calculus LabPSYC-2040 - 1Research Analysis in PsychologyMUSC-4070 - 1Choral Repertoire and Interpretation
MATH-1030 - 1Calculus IIPSYC-2040L - 1Research Analysis in Psychology LabMUSC-4170 - 1Band and Orchestral Techniques
MATH-1030L - 1Calculus II LabPSYC-2040L - 2Research Analysis in Psychology LabMUSC-4200 - 1Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Music
MATH-1050 - 1The Art of Mathematical ThinkingPSYC-2040L - 3Research Analysis in Psychology LabMUSC-4800 - 1Research in Music Education and Therapy
MATH-2040 - 1Ordinary Differential Equations IPSYC-2100 - 1Social Cognition and InfluenceMUSC-X160 - 1Opera/Musical Theatre Workshop
MATH-3050 - 1Chaos TheoryPSYC-2400 - 1Counselling TheoriesMUSC-X163 - 1Opera/Musical Theatre Workshop
RLGN-1710 - 1Religious Traditions of the World IIPSYC-2410 - 1Counselling TechniquesMUSC-X700 - 1Ensemble I - CMU Singers
SOCI-1120W - 1Introduction to Sociological & Anthropological PerspectivesPSYC-2700 - 1Interpersonal CommunicationMUSC-X701 - 1Ensemble II - Men's Chorus
SOCI-2030 - 1Intercultural Theory and PracticePSYC-2800 - 1History of PsychologyMUSC-X702 - 1Ensemble II - Women's Chorus
SOCI-3950 - 1Topics - Queer TheoryPSYC-2950 - 1Topics - Brain and BehaviourMUSC-X720 - 1Ensemble II - Jazz Band
SOCI-3950 - 2Topics – Explorations at the Intersection of Culture and the Digital AgePSYC-2950W - 1Topics - Aging and SocietyMUSC-X740 - 1Ensemble II - Guitar Ensemble
PRAC-2000 - 1PracticumPSYC-3020 - 1Psychology of MotivationMUSC-X750 - 1Ensemble II - Instrumental Chamber: Handbells
PRAC-2000 - 2PracticumPSYC-3500 - 1Psychology of PersonalityMUSC-X750 - 2Ensemble II - Instrumental Chamber: Concert Band
PRAC-2010 - 1PracticumPSYC-3600 - 1Trauma and Resilience
PRAC-2010 - 2PracticumPSYC-4030 - 1Qualitative Inquiry in the Social Sciences

Graduate Studies Courses at Canadian Mennonite University:

Course IDCourse NameCourse IDCourse Name
BTS-5080 - 1Topics - From Creation to New Creation: Biblical Visions of the 'End'BUSI-5220-1Leadership and Management for the Common Good
BTS-5080M - 1Topics - Principles of Biblical InterpretationBUSI-5410-1Global Sustainability
BTS-5080M - 1Topics - The PentateuchBUSI-5640-1Organizational Behaviour
BTS-5080S - 1Topics - Gospel of John in Middle Eastern PerspectiveBUSI-5850 - 1Financial and Managerial Accounting
BTS-5230 - 1Elementary Biblical Greek IBUSI-5990 - 1MBA Seminar I
BTS-5240 - 1Elementary Biblical Greek IIBUSI-6150Narrative Leadership
BTS-5276 - 1Paul and his Letters - To Corinth and PhilippiBUSI-6230 - 1Managerial Finance and Accounting II
BTS-5276LS - 1Paul and his Letters - To Corinth and Philippi (live-streamed)BUSI-6470-1Strategic Marketing Management
BTS-5300M - 1Christian SpiritualityBUSI-6630-1Managerial Economics
BTS-5300MLS - 1Christian Spirituality (live-streamed)BUSI-6700Strategic Leadership in a Multicultural World
BTS-5310 - 1Topics - Equipping the Saints: Education and Faith FormationBUSI-6710 - 1Data Analytics for Decision-Making
BTS-5310 - 1Topics - Mission in PerspectivePCD-5190 - 1Topics - Conflict Resolution and Human Rights
BTS-5310 -2Topics - The Practice and Theology of WorshipPCD-5190 - 1Topics - Art of Peacebuilding
BTS-5310J - 1Topics - The Eucharist in Anglican Liturgical HistoryPCD-5190 - 2Topics - Advanced Restorative Justice
BTS-5310M - 1Topics - PrayerPCD-5190 - 3Topics - Models for Peace and Conflict Transformation
BTS-5310MLS - 1Topics - Prayer (live-streamed)PCD-5190C - 1Reconciling Stories: Indigenous Laws and Lands
BTS-5331M - 1Issues in Congregational LeadershipPCD-5190C -1Dreaming Kanata and Canada: Indigenous Graphic Novels & Reconciliation
BTS-5331MLS -1Issues in Congregational Leadership (live-streamed)PCD-5190C -2Trauma, Healing, and Reconciliation
BTS-5360M - 1Pastoral CarePCD-5210 - 1Seminar in Social Change
BTS-5360MLS - 1Pastoral Care (live-streamed)PCD-5210 - 2Seminar in Social Change - International Development Studies
BTS-5500M - 1Topics - Christianity and Canadian CulturePCD-5390 - 1Topics - An Analysis of Development Aid Policy
BTS-5520 - 1Reading Christian ClassicsPCD-5390C -1Indigenous Politics, Land, and Globalization
BTS-5520LS - 1Reading Christian Classics (live-streamed)PCD-5710 - 1Conflict and Construction of the 'Other'
BTS-5700 - 1Topics - Anabaptist Peace TheologyPCD-5850 - 1Practice Skills - Mediation
BTS-5700 - 1Topics - The SecularPCD-5851 - 1Practice Skills - Restorative Justice
BTS-5700 - 1Topics - Christianity and IndigeneityPCD-5910 - 1Program Planning in Development and Conflict Resolution
BTS-5700 - 2Topics - George Herbert and the end of the BookPCD-5920 - 1Program Evaluation in Development and Conflict Resolution
BTS-5700 - 2Islam, Iran, and Interreligious Dialogue Study TourPCD-5990 - 1Topics - Qualitative Inquiry in the Social Sciences
BTS-5700 - 3Topics - Peace, Violence, and AtonementPCD-5990C -1Leading in an Age of Polarization
BTS-5700C -1Does Religion Cause Violence?
BTS-5700J - 1Topics - The Christian Life: An Anglican Account
BTS-5700J - 1Topics - Indigenous Christian Theology
BTS-5730 - 1Theological Ethics
BTS-5941M -1Vocation and Calling

Canadian Mennonite University Universities in Canada

Universities in Canada according to Canadian Province:

  • Alberta
    • University of Alberta
    • University of Calgary
    • Alberta University of the Arts
  • British Columbia
    • University of British Columbia
    • Emily Carr University of Art and Design
    • Simon Fraser University
  • Manitoba
    • Canadian Mennonite University
    • University of Manitoba
    • University of Winnipeg
  • New Brunswick
    • University of New Brunswick
    • St. Thomas University
    • Université de Moncton
  • Newfoundland and Labrador
    • Memorial University of Newfoundland
  • Nova Scotia
    • University of King’s College
    • Dalhousie University
    • Mount Saint Vincent University
  • Ontario
    • University of Toronto
    • York University
    • Algoma University
  • Prince Edward Island
    • University of Prince Edward Island
  • Quebec
    • McGill University
    • Concordia University
    • Bishop’s University
  • Saskatchewan
    • University of Saskatchewan
    • University of Regina
    • First Nations University of Canada

Canadian Mennonite University Scholarships

Canadian Mennonite University offers scholarships and awards as a reward to capable students for past academic achievements and to provide financial aid. Scholarships are dependent on the academic achievements of a student. CMU scholarships are given on the basis of criteria such as the activities undertaken at school or for the community, student’s leadership qualities, etc.

Additionally, awards are given out in the program areas of Music, Business, Science, Athletics and Academic Merit Awards are also available. Students must apply for scholarships and awards in order to qualify for them.

Listed below are entrance scholarships and awards that are available to most new students. The application deadline is February 28 each year.

  • Academic Scholarships (new, returning, and transfer students)
  • Leadership Scholarships (new students)
  • Outtatown Leadership Scholarship
  • Academic Merit Award (new students)
  • Music Merit Award (new students)
  • Business Merit Award (new students)
  • Science Merit Award (new students)
  • Anni (Dyck) Wiebe Scholarship (first year Nursing)

Listed below are scholarships and awards which are available to all returning students (domestic and international). The application deadline is different for each scholarship/award.

  • Sheep and Goats MDS Service Bursary (second year & beyond) – Due January 31
  • Anne & Al Loewen Creative Prize (returning students) – Due April 30
  • Dr. Robert Janzen Memorial Scholarship (third or fourth year Inter-Disciplinary) – Due April 30
  • J.B. Toews Historical Commission Scholarship (third or fourth year)  – Due April 30
  • Otto Klassen Media Scholarship (returning students Communications and Media) – Due April 30
  • Richard Penner Arts and Science Scholarship (returning student Science) – Due April 30

Canadian Mennonite University Programs

Canadian Mennonite University offers Bachelor of Arts degrees in numerous disciplines.

  • Bachelor of Business Administration 
    • four-year degree
    • 5 majors offered: Accounting, Business Management, Human Resource Management, Not-for-Profit Management, Social Entrepreneurship
  • Bachelor of Music 
    • four-year degree
    • 5 concentrations offered: Music Education, Music Ministry, Musicology, Performance, Comprehensive
  • Bachelor of Music Therapy 
    • four-year degree and two-year after degree
  • Bachelor of Science 
    • four-year degree and three-year degree
    • 3 majors offered: Biology, Mathematics, General Science

Furthermore, there are numerous undergraduate programs that students can major in. Concentrations and minors within these degrees, along with pre-professional studies, vary within programs of study. The subject areas of these programs are:

  • Biblical and Theological Studies
  • Biology
  • Business & Organizational Administration
  • Chemistry
  • Communications and Media
  • Counselling Studies 
  • Economics 
  • English
  • Environmental Studies
  • Geography 
  • History
  • Intercultural Studies 
  • International Development Studies
  • Languages
  • Mathematics
  • Music
  •  Music Therapy 
  • Peace and Conflict Transformation Studies
  • Philosophy
  • Physics 
  • Political Studies
  • Psychology
  • Social Sciences 
  • Sociology

Canadian Mennonite University Graduate Programs

  • Masters of Divinity
  • Master of Arts: Concentration in Christian Ministry
  • Master of Arts: Concentration in Theological Studies
  • Master of Arts in Peacebuilding and Collaborative Development
  • Master of Business Administration 

Canadian Mennonite University Admission Requirements

Undergraduate Admission Requirements

  • High School Credentials: 
    • All-Indian Senior School Certificate, or
    • Higher Secondary Certificate, or
    • Intermediate Certificate
  • Minimum High School Grade Average: 
    • 7/10, or
    • 53/100, or 
    • Second Class Division
  • Minimum University/College Transfer Grade: 53/100 from a recognized University (not College or Polytechnic)
  • English Language Proficiency: Results required 

Graduate Admission Requirements

  • Education
    • Canadian/USA University – Bachelor degree with a minimum CGPA of 3.0. Refer to admission requirements for specific programs.
    • India – Bachelor degree with a minimum of 60/100 from a recognized University (not College or Polytechnic)
  • References: All graduate programs require references
  • English Language Proficiency: Results required 

Canadian Mennonite University IELTS Requirements

Indian applicants need to provide proof of their proficiency in English by submitting results to an English Proficiency Exam. The results must be less than two years old. 

Students that will use their International English Language Testing System (IELTS) results will need to obtain:

  •  a minimum band score of 6.5 based on the Academic Module
  • with no less than 6.0 in each individual component

Canadian Mennonite University International Fees

International students taking full-time (24 credit hours) courses, living in a dormitory, with a full meal plan, and after paying for health insurance fees add up to about CAD 17,000 

Note: New international students are required to pay an advance deposit approximately equal to one semester of tuition (12 credit hours), accommodation, meals, and health insurance. The required amount of the advance deposit is:

2020-21 Deposit Rates
On-CampusCAD 9,500NoneNoneCAD 8,000

Canadian Mennonite University Undergraduate Tuition and Fees

The tuition and fees for a single student for one academic year of full-time undergraduate study (while living in on-campus housing) are:

Undergraduate Tuition and Fees
Undergraduate TuitionCAD 11,904.0010 courses @ $1190.40 per course (excludes any applicable lab fees)
Student Services FeesCAD 800.00
Books & FeesCAD 2,100.00(approximate)
Room & BoardCAD 6,600.00(or more depending on option selected)
Personal EffectsCAD 500.00
Health Insurance FeeCAD 789.00

Note: If a student plans to live on campus from May-August, there are additional room and board charges estimated at $2,000–3,000.

Canadian Mennonite University International Students 

Canadian Mennonite University welcomes international students as the university believes they bring with them experiences, perspectives, and gifts which can lead to the establishment of balance in the community. CMU understands the importance of providing academic, emotional, spiritual and cultural support for international students, as they adjust to a university setting and Canada.

International students may choose from a wide variety of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes offered by CMU. Students must refer to the eligibility criteria and fulfill all academic and language requirements before they apply to the university. Furthermore, students must be careful as to not miss the deadlines for their admission application or scholarship/award applications.

International Students may look into the following aspects when determining if CMU is a good option for them:

  • International Students testimonies
  • Undergraduate/ Postgraduate Programmes 
  • Tuition and fees 
  • Scholarships or Awards
  • Accomodation  

Canadian Mennonite University Acceptance Rate

Canadian Mennonite University Application Deadline

Applicants who wish to pursue their higher education at Canadian Mennonite University must provide the following:

  • completed application form
  • official high school transcripts
  • non-refundable fee (CAD 150)
Fall SemesterMay 1March 31March 31January 15
Winter SemesterAugust 10June 30June 30-
Spring//Summer Semester-January 31January 31-

Is Canadian Mennonite University good?

Canadian Mennonite University is a good university for numerous factors. For starters, it offers excellent academic and research facilities to its students since it has high-tech laboratories, smart classrooms, and resource centers on campus. Furthermore, the faculty to student ratio is 1:18, which means student neglect is limited. Most importantly, the university offers programs of study in various disciplines where students can benefit from the flexibility of picking their own courses.

Additionally, the availability of many services and comforts within the campus ensures all student needs are fulfilled. The on-campus accommodation and food services, coupled with student services which include counseling, assistance to international students and health and wellness centers, leave no room for complaints from students.

A summary of why Canadian Mennonite University is a good university:

  • excellent academic and research facilities
  • great faculty to student ratio
  • exceptional in-campus facilities
  • flexible programs of study


Q: What are the housing arrangements at Canadian Mennonite University?

A: Students who wish to live on campus can visit the Housing Rates page for information regarding housing arrangements. CMU has three residential buildings with dormitory and apartment-style options. Applicants that apply for housing must provide the following:

  • completed housing application form
  • two reference forms (from people who know you well)

Q: Can I work while I study at Canadian Mennonite University?

A: International students who hold a Canadian study permit may acquire work experience while completing their studies. The study permit allows students to work up to 20 hours per week during academic sessions. During scheduled breaks, such as the winter/summer holidays or reading week, students may work full-time.

Q: How many credits will students need to be considered a full-time student?

A: A student needs to be enrolled in a minimum of 9 credit hours (3 courses) per semester, 18 credit hours for fall and winter. A full-course load ranges from 18 credit hours to a maximum of 34 credit hours.

Note: Some scholarships and bursaries require students to register in more than 9 credit hours per semester.

Q: How do international students make payments to Canadian Mennonite University?

CMU has partnered with Flywire (a money transfer service) to help international students make easier payments of tuition and accommodation arrangements. Students may make direct payments from their country to their student account. For further information, refer to CMU’s payment policy.

Q: When do students need to pay for their health insurance?

A: Payment for the health insurance fee is required before the commencement of classes. The payment dates are: 

  • August 1 – Undergraduate and Graduate students starting courses in September
  • November 1 – Undergraduate and Graduate students starting courses in January
  • May 1 – Graduate students starting courses in June
  • July 1 – Graduate students starting courses in August

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