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Enrolment down slightly at University of Manitoba, with jump in online learning

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Enrolment is down 96 students from last year at the University of Manitoba.

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Enrolment is down slightly at the University of Manitoba this year, down 96 students from last year’s record to 29,015.

The number of graduate students is down from 3,469 to 3,306, but international students continue to climb, from 11.4 per cent of enrolment to 14.4 per cent.

Meanwhile, there’s a huge jump in online learning, a 12.8 per cent increase in the number of credit hours students are taking.

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Updated on Thursday, September 4, 2014 at 6:08 PM CDT: Corrects last year's grad student enrolment figures.

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