University of Saskatchewan (U of Sask), founded in 1907, is a not-for-profit Canadian institute located in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Renowned as one of Canada's 15 leading research-intensive universities, U of Sask offers a highly enriching research environment with the best of facilities in the country.
The University of Saskatchewan started as a university for studies and research in agriculture, it then broadened its scope into the studies of medicine, arts, and sciences, law, engineering, theology, etc. The University of Saskatchewan receives a sum of around $175 million from its sponsors for conducting researches. This acts as the main feature of the university since it allows it, students, to conduct researches and has enough money to provide them help and assistance in their work. Some of the areas the university conducts research in are these courses– Agriculture, Water, food security, animals, etc.
There are more than 25000 students that have come from over 130 countries. It maintains a 1:19 faculty to student ratio. The University of Saskatchewan offers more than 130 programs, it has 13 colleges, 6 affiliated colleges, and three graduate schools under it. The University of Saskatchewan offers multiple scholarships, around $13 million are provided for scholarships, bursaries, and awards.
Scholarships at the University of Saskatchewan
At USask, we want to recognize your academic achievements and personal accomplishments. Start by learning more about the scholarships, bursaries, and awards you may be eligible to receive.
Guaranteed Entrance Scholarships
You will automatically be considered for a Guaranteed Entrance Scholarship when you apply for admission. These scholarships recognize your academic achievements and are awarded based on your admission average.
|Your best average||Scholarship value|
|93% to 94.9%||$2,000|
|90% to 92.9%||$1,000|
|85% to 89.9%||$500|
International student awards
These awards are for international students and are based on academic achievement.
International students will be considered automatically for these awards, which are based on academic achievement, upon admission.
International students completing the IB Diploma Program will be considered automatically upon admission.
For international students graduating from an international (non-domestic) Canadian curriculum school. Students who wish to be considered for this award must complete the Canadian Curriculum Schools Awards application in PAWS.
For international students entering undergraduate degree programs at the University of Saskatchewan who graduated from a CIS member school. Students who wish to be considered for this award must complete the Council of International School Awards application in PAWS.
Candidates for the Maple Leaf International School Award must graduate from a Maple Leaf Educational Systems (MLES) international (non-domestic) curriculum school. Students who wish to be considered for this award must complete the Maple Leaf International School Award application in PAWS.
If you wish to apply for the Canadian Curriculum Schools Awards, the Council of International School Awards, or the Maple Leaf International School Award, you must complete your application for admission by February 15 and fill out and submit the online application in PAWS by March 1.
Students transferring from another post-secondary institution who apply for admission to USask prior to May 1 will be automatically considered for transfer scholarships.
Students with an awards average in the following ranges will receive:
|Your best average||Scholarship value|
|85% or greater||$2,000|
|80% to 84.9%||$1,500|
|78% to 79.9%||$1,000|
There is also a $2,500 transfer scholarship offered to the student with the highest transfer scholarship average from select post-secondary institutions.
Students taking USask classes at one of our off-campus sites are eligible for awards through the University of Saskatchewan, and can also apply for academic awards provided by their local regional college. Many of Saskatchewan's regional college's award over $50,000 annually to their students.
- Cumberland College
- Great Plains College
- North West College
- Northlands College
- Parkland College
- St. Peter's College
Students registered in full-time study at the University of Saskatchewan Prince Albert campus can also qualify for USask awards and scholarships.
You can be considered for a variety of other awards administered by colleges at USask, or by agencies, governments, or other organizations outside the university. You are encouraged to look for awards from other sources; the following websites may help you find other opportunities to fund your post-secondary education.
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