University of Saskatchewan

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The University of Saskatchewan (USask) is one of Canada’s most distinguished universities. Established in 1907, USask is a member of the U15 Group of Canadian research-intensive universities, and is known for its collaborative, interdisciplinary approaches to tackling some of the greatest global challenges of our era — vaccine development and infectious diseases, water and food security, energy sustainability and more.

More than 26,000 students from 130 countries study in over 150 undergraduate and graduate programs spanning from business to medicine to engineering. USask offers more than $28.5 million in student scholarships and awards every year, and students enjoy a high level of support typical of a smaller university in a thriving environment that inspires collaboration, innovation and discovery.

USask’s signature areas of research include agriculture, water security, energy and mineral resources, communities and sustainability, health and wellness, quantum innovation, human-animal-environment health, Indigenous Peoples and synchrotron sciences. Study is enhanced by world-class research centres including the Vaccine and Infectious Disease Organization, Global Institute for Food Security, Crop Development Centre, Global Institute for Water Security, Sylvia Fedoruk Centre for Nuclear Innovation and the Canadian Light Source synchrotron.

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Temps plein (premier cycle)
17 260

Temps plein (cycles supérieurs)
3 040

Temps partiel (premier cycle)
1 560

Temps partiel (diplômés)

Source : University of Saskatchewan (2022 rounded preliminary fall enrolment)



Frais de scolarité, premier cycle :
6 978 $ - 7 146 $

Frais de scolarité, cycles supérieurs :
3 132 $


Frais de scolarité, premier cycle :
25 121 $ - 25 726 $

Frais de scolarité, cycles supérieurs :
3 132 $ - 6 264 $

Source : Statistics Canada. Fees for general programs in arts and humanities (2022-23)

Nota : In addition to tuition fees, universities generally charge fees for goods and services supplied to students. This includes areas such as student associations, sports and health. These additional fees vary widely per university and per student and can run from a few hundred dollars to a few thousand dollars. Check with the university for details.