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Brandon supports a vibrant and ambitious student population. Brandon campuses are welcoming and inclusive, and home to many tourist and community events throughout the year!

  

Assiniboine Community College

-Victoria Avenue East Campus
1430 Victoria Avenue East


-North Hill Campus
1035 - 1st Street


-Adult Collegiate
725 Rosser Avenue

| 204-725-8700 or toll free: 1-800-862-6307

Assiniboine Community College (ACC) has been providing exceptional learning experiences since 1961. The college offers more than 50 unique certificate, diploma and advanced credential programs across a variety of disciplines, including culinary arts and hospitality, business, agriculture and environment, health and human services, trades and technology. 

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Brandon University

270-18th Street | 204-728-9520

Brandon University welcomes your visit. Boasting a wide array of sports and cultural facilities, the cozy campus is perfect for a drop-in picnic lunch on the great lawn or to stay for a short wander past the many fine examples of varied architecture, from carefully restored heritage structures to dramatic modern designs. Inside, selections from Brandon University’s art and scientific collections are on tasteful display. Many buildings, including the Glen P. Sutherland Gallery of Art, a new Healthy Living Centre, an astronomical observatory, the Lorne Watson Recital Hall, the John E. Robbins Library and the Evans Theatre, are regularly open to the public. Whether you stay for a day or for a degree, discover Brandon University’s excellence in student-centred education, in community-engaged research, and central role in a city that is a hub for post-secondary education and employment in southwestern Manitoba.

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Other Post-Secondary Schools

 

Manitoba Emergency Services College

1601 Van Horne Avenue East | 204-726-6855

The Manitoba Emergency Services College (MESC) offers a 10-month program for those interested in pursuing a career as a fire fighter paramedic. The MESC also offers courses in Fire Fighting, Rescue, Emergency Driving, Fire Officer, Emergency Management, Incident Command, Institutional Planning, Fire Investigation, Critical Incident Stress and Fire and Life Safety Education for Manitoba’s Career and Rural Fire and Emergency Services.

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Robertson College

D10-800 Rosser Avenue Town Centre | 204-725-7200

Robertson College - Brandon Campus offers Diploma programs in Business and Healthcare. By offering diploma programs in industries that are growing in Canada and in need of trained professionals, Robertson graduates are better able to step right into new careers. Students choose Robertson because of their hands-on approach to teaching and their commitment to their success. Robertson works hard to provide students with the best career training possible and support them after graduation. Robertson hires instructors who are working in their fields and provides up-to-date equipment and hands-on training.

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Indigenous

 

Indigenous Peoples' Centre

270-18th Street | 204-728-9520

The Indigenous Peoples' Centre supports students at Brandon University and offers many opportunities for all people to engage in Canadian Indigenous culture throughout each year. Some events include: medicine picking, drum groups, beading clubs, ceremony teachings, teepee teachings, sash weaving, round dances, rattle performances and much more. Each year in May they celebrate the graduation of out Indigenous students with out annual All Nations Graduation Pow Wow.

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