Tuition for most undergraduate programs at uSask is calculated by adding up the cost of each individual class you register in once you have been admitted. For many programs, there is a wide range of classes from which you can choose.
The following estimates reflect a typical amount you could expect to pay per year if you enroll in a full course load (the maximum number of courses allowed).
|COLLEGE||CANADIAN STUDENTS||INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS|
|Direct entry colleges|
|Agriculture and Bioresources||$6,613||$18,053|
|Arts and Science||$6,755||$18,441|
|Edwards School of Business||$7,775||$22,226|
|Non-direct entry colleges|
|Dentistry||$35,667 *||Not available|
|Veterinary Medicine||$10,737||Not available|
|Graduate Studies and Postdoctoral Studies||For students who already have an undergraduate degree and are pursuing a Master's or Ph.D.|
* Out of province and international dental degree students are asssessed tuition of $53,500 per year.
2019-2020 tuition estimates for Fall Term 1 and Winter Term 2 (September-April) are represented. International undergraduate tuition rates are assessed at 2.73 times the rate for Canadian citizens and permanent residents. Estimates listed above are in Canadian funds.
In addition to tuition, you will also pay student fees. These fees provide services like health and dental insurance, athletic facilities, a bus pass for the city's transit system, and more.
Student fees for full-time students in the fall and winter terms will be $947 in 2019/2020.
Textbooks and supplies
The cost of books and supplies varies widely depending on the courses you choose. It is recommended that you budget between $1,000-$2,000 per year.
Residence and food
Housing, or residence, and meal plans are not included in tuition or fees. At the University of Saskatchewan, it isn't required to live on campus.