Established in the year 1907, the University of Saskatchewan (USask) is a Canadian Public Research University. As one of the top research-intensive, medical doctoral universities in Canada, this university is a home to world-leading research in areas of global importance, such as water and food security and infectious diseases. The University of Saskatchewan is also the largest education institution in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan.
The University of Saskatchewan offers a variety of programs to it, students. This includes over 900 undergraduate programs and around 80 Masters’s and Doctoral courses in its 13 departments. Some of the popular courses offered at the university are Health & Medicine, Applied & Pure Sciences, Engineering, Agriculture & Veterinary Medicine, Business & Management, and Travel & Hospitality.
- BSc in Computer Science
- BE in Computer Engineering
- Certificate in Computing
- BSN (Bachelor of Science in Nursing)
- Com in Management
- BE in Mechanical Engineering
- Sc. in Biology, and many more.
Post Graduate Faculties
- MSc in Computer Science
- MSc Finance
- MEng in Mechanical Engineering
- Master of Business Administration
- MSc in Civil Engineering
- PGD in Mechanical Engineering
- MEng in Electrical Engineering, and many more.
|M.Eng Mechanical Engineering||$ 5,048|
|M. Sc Finance||$ 17,775|
|M. A. Economics||$ 5,048|
|B. Sc Computer Engineering||$ 16,517|
|M. Eng Electrical Engineering||$ 5,048|
|M. Eng Civil Engineering||$ 5,048|
|B. Com Management||$ 15,440|
The University of Saskatchewan provides various scholarships to its international students. Some of the scholarships available are:
- Guaranteed Entrance Scholarships
- Best and Bright Entrance Scholarships
- Competitive Entrance Awards
- International Student Awards
- Transfer Awards
- Off-campus Awards
Get full details on these scholarships here.
In order to be eligible for admission at the University of Saskatchewan, students will have to meet the following requirements:
- English Language Proficiency Test: TOEFL 86, IELTS 6.5.
- Names and email addresses of the referees.
- Official transcripts.
- Study permit.
- Acceptance letter.
- Proof of finance.
When it comes to accommodation, the USask offers the students with numerous options. International students can choose from on-campus accommodation, off-campus accommodation, apartments, homestays, etc.
On-Campus accommodation at USask include 3 options, namely college Quarter, Voyageur Place and McEown Park. Students can apply for on-campus residence and avail of its benefits by applying online at the Housing Portal.
The university also provides off-campus accommodation options to the international students. With off-campus accommodation, students can live as per their will, while being close to the Campus.