Registration is open for USask counsellor online information sessions for fall 2023.
Prince Albert Campus Open House
Friday, Oct. 20, 2023
USask Prince Albert Campus, 1061 Central Ave., Prince Albert
Prospective undergraduate students, parents and counsellors
Join a full afternoon of activities to
- Meet representatives from USask colleges
- Learn about academic programs at the Prince Albert campus
- Tour popular places
- Have your students learn how to apply for admission
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Counsellor info sessions - Fall 2023
We're hosting online information sessions for guidance counsellors, career counsellors and post-secondary coordinators to answer your questions and help you support your students with the application process to the University of Saskatchewan (USask) direct-entry and non-direct entry programs.
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Admission advising guide
About the University of Saskatchewan
The University of Saskatchewan (USask) is a research-intensive university leader in tackling pressing global issues such as water and food security. Our location in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, at the heart of the "bread basket" of Canada, uniquely positions us to find innovative solutions to these challenges.
Our community includes more than 26,000 students -- more 3,300 self-declared Indigenous students and more than 3,300 international students from 134 countries call USask home. We create a welcoming, diverse environment with a culture of growth and deeper understanding that extends beyond the classroom.
We offer many excellent programs ranging from business to medicine to engineering. Our collaborative work across disciplines and our commitmment to integrating different ways of knowing and understanding helps bring a fresh perspective to learning and discovery, and to crucial global challenges.
Our research in key areas such as energy and mineral resources, synchrotron sciences, human-animal-environment health and Indigenous Peoples is enhanced by our world-class facilities. These include the Canadian Light Source synchrotron, VIDO (Vaccine and Infectious Disease Organization), the Global Institute for Food Security, the Global Institute for Water Security and the Sylvia Fedoruk Centre for Nuclear Innovation.
How to apply for undergraduate programs
Selecting a USask program and learning how to apply are the most important steps for a future student.
We have gathered some resources and created an application guide to help you assist student plan their post-secondary education at USask and apply for our programs.
Our step-by-step application guide explains how to apply and important tasks to plan for before and after applying.
Admission requirements and deadlines
When should students apply for a USask program? What are the admission requirements?
Requirements and deadlines depend on applicants' circumstances. Below is a collection of documents to help you navigate our admission process. You can also print them for your students to supplement our web content and viewbooks and brochures.
Requirements listed by Canadian province:
|International Baccalaureate (IB) recognition (available soon)|
|Advanced Placement (AP) recognition|
We will add documents as new information becomes available. Sign up to our mailing list to be notified when new materials are posted.
English language proficiency requirements
Do you work with international students or students whose first language is not English? Our English language proficiency page contains information students need to know to submit proof after applying.
If your students do not meet USask's minimum English language proficiency requirement, they can apply for joint admission to an academic program and to study English for Academic Purposes at the USask Language Centre.
Events, tours and fairs
The best way for you and your students to connect with us to learn more about USask and about our excellent programs is to attend
- Our annual Open House in the fall where we showcase the quality of our colleges, programs, services and USask student experiences
- The many events and presentations we offer (virtually and/or in person) about USask programs, admission opportunities, application process, and more, throughout the year
- Our Instagram live streams on @usask.future.students hosted by our colleges and recruitment staff
You can visit us and explore USask's beautiful Saskatoon campus with your students (both virtually and in person) and find out more about our university.
Book virtual visits and fairs
Do you have an event would like to invite us to attend? Would like to request a virtual visit from a USask representative? You can book us for:
- Virtual school visits
- Education and career fairs in Canada and internationally**
- Counsellor events to share what's new or need-to-know about USask this year
- Admissions and awards application workshops to guide future students through the application process
We've designed the resources below to help you share important information about USask with your students.
The informational videos in this section are also helpful to familiarize students with USask.
We've created undergraduate viewbooks and college-themed brochures to help you guide future students who want to apply to USask.
Our viewbooks contain useful info and lots of photos that showcase our campus and student life. Our college-specific brochures offer detailed information about specific areas of study.
We've prepared a package with photos of the university and student life that you can use to promote USask.
Coming soon. Thank you for your patience!
Resources for admitted students
Once students receive their admission letters, a whole new set of questions may arise.
Preparing for university
USask's New Students page is a great resource for any newly admitted student.
Also, every year in May and June we offer U-Start, events that help admitted undergraduate students transition to university and learn important things such as class registration.
Tuition and costs
Budgeting is an important part of preparing for post-secondary education. Students should review estimated tuition and student fees to get an idea of what to budget for, and then consider sources of funding. They can find more information on our Tuition and costs page.
International student guide
The USask international student guide contains critical information for newly admitted international students, from immigration matters to information on working and living in Canada.