These items are optional and you can choose them as you wish after applying for the course.
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Astronomy and astrophysics at Manitoba university examine the universe, galaxies and stars; stellar birth, evolution and death; how explosions of stars create fast-moving cosmic ray particles and pulsars; how the rotation of galaxies reveals the presence of dark matter; and cosmology and the evolution of the universe.
Physics explores the universe from the grandest to most minute; from the structure of the cosmos to the structure of sub-atomic particles, and all the forces that hold them together and apart.
Students have access to on-site planetarium and research laboratories with state of the art equipment including: high-resolution mass spectrometers, helium liquefier, dilution refrigerator for milikelvin temperatures, and an ultrasonics research laboratory.
Students also have access to International re-search facilities such as: TRIUMF (Canada’s national sub-atomic physics lab), Compute Canada, National high-performance computing system, Jefferson National Laboratory and Argonne National Laboratory in the United States.
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The English Language Centre (ELC) at the University of Manitoba (UM) offers the full-time Intensive Academic English Program (IAEP).
If the student does not meet the English Language Proficiency requirement for their program of interest, the student can take advantage of this program to obtain the Academic English language skills needed to complete a degree.
If you have already achieved one of these minimum test scores, you may be eligible to enter Level 5 of the IAEP directly:
A minimum 85% average over the following, with no less than 60% in each course:
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