Our Winnipeg campus is located in the heart of downtown Winnipeg at 180 Main Street. You’ll have easy access to the downtown core as our campus is located on major bus and cycling routes with lot and street parking available on surrounding blocks.
Here are some things you can take advantage of while learning at Robertson:
Every international student will start their program with an in-person orientation to get you acquainted with the campuses and all the amenities available to you.
The Workforce Team is your lifelong career support. They help learners prepare for the workforce by guiding them through resume/cover letter writing, mock interviews, job searching, networking and more. When you’re ready to apply for work after graduation, the Workforce Team can support you through the process.
On-campus student support
If you have any questions about your program, finances or general Robertson information, our Student Support Specialists are here, on campus, ready to assist you. No matter the question, you can reach out and they’ll do their best to answer it.
The Junction is a co-working leisure space for our learners to gather and collaborate, share ideas and find a sense of community on campus.
Learners can visit the prayer room if they are looking for a place to quietly reflect, meditate or pray in between classes.
If you are looking for a place to relax, eat your lunch or to hang out with your fellow classmates, check out the Student Lounge located on the second floor. You will find microwaves, a refridgerator, kitchen sink and vending machines – all for student use. Outlets are also available for you to charge your devices while you relax or study!
If you are looking for a way to relax and mange your stress, why not book a massage at the on-campus Massage Therapy clinic? The massage treatments are provided by Robertson students enrolled in the Massage Therapy program. Not only will you enjoy your treatment, you will also be helping your fellow Robertson students improve their craft!
Participate in weekly cultural activities both on and off-campus to enrich your Canadian study experience! Past activities have included attending a live hockey game (very Canadian!), enjoying poutine and other Canadian delicacies or sightseeing around local hotspots.
Things to Do
While a large part of the college experience involves studying, it’s important to take some time for yourself! Whether you want to sit front row at a Jets game (Winnipeg’s NHL team), grab a bite and walk around The Forks or do some shopping—Winnipeg has something for everyone.