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The university THE WORLD NEEDS The University of Saskatchewan (USask) We are known for our collaborative, is one of Canada’s most historic and interdisciplinary approaches to tackling distinguished universities with an some of the greatest global challenges of established legacy of excellence in research our era—water and food security, energy and education. sustainability and combatting infectious disease. Established in 1907, USask has been breaking new ground in research since its Come join us earliest days, leading innovation in medical technology, agriculture and scientific in building the future. endeavor. Top 4 in Canada in the study of: Established in 1907 17 colleges and schools ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES VETERINARY SCIENCES (ARWU 2019 Subject Rankings)
beautiful SASKATOON The University of Saskatchewan’s historic main campus is recognized as one of the most beautiful in the country, and our city is known as a hidden gem by those who visit and come to call it home. Our campus is found at the heart of the vibrant city of Saskatoon, which has a growing population of more than 270,000 people. Saskatoon is a welcoming city for newcomers and offers many opportunities to experience Canadian culture. We also celebrate cultures from around the world. As the largest city in the province of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon offers the amenities of a large urban centre, along with the friendliness and accessibility of a smaller city. Here, you can have a true Canadian experience in a city that is safe, affordable and student- friendly. PHOTOS: TOURISM SASKATOON Average commute ## 18 18 One of Canada's Good to excellent less than ononthethe of New '52 New Places York York to Times Times Go in listlist 2018' of '52 Places to Go in 2018' sunniest air quality cities across the province 20 minutes
SASKATCHEWAN advantages The benefits of living and studying in Canada are well-known, but there are additional advantages to choosing the province of Saskatchewan as your study destination. HEALTH CARE COST OF LIVING Free Saskatchewan government health Housing costs in Saskatchewan’s cities and insurance is available for full-time students communities, including Saskatoon, are lower with a valid study permit. than in most major cities in Canada. The costs of transportation are also low. If you choose As a full-time undergraduate or graduate to live off-campus, you can take advantage of student, you also have access to extended the reasonably priced unlimited transit pass health and dental benefits provided through included in your student fees. your student association. QUALITY OF LIFE SASKATCHEWAN IMMIGRANT Achieving balance between one’s work, NOMINEE PROGRAM family and social life is a part of Saskatchewan Through the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee culture. There is always something for Program, the province invites residency residents to do here, from visiting the world- applications from non-Canadians who want class Remai Modern art gallery to dining at to make Saskatchewan their home. Successful our award-winning restaurants. Festivals like applicants will be nominated to the federal WinterShines, Jazz Fest and the Fringe Theatre government, so they can gain permanent Festival are special opportunities to experience residency in Canada. For more information, visit the best of our province’s and city’s culture. saskatchewan.ca/immigration. GRADUATE RETENTION PROGRAM The Graduate Retention Program provides Saskatchewan income tax credits of up to $20,000 over seven years for tuition fees paid by graduates of approved post-secondary programs who live in Saskatchewan. To be eligible, you must live and file an income tax return in Saskatchewan. Remai Modern art museum Cameco Meewasin Skating Rink River Landing
Undergraduate programs AGRICULTURE AND ARTS AND SCIENCE BIORESOURCES BACHELOR OF ARTS BACHELOR OF SCIENCE BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ■ Archaeology and Anthropology ■ Anatomy and Cell Biology AGRIBUSINESS ■ Business Economics ■ Applied Mathematics BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ■ Classical, Medieval and Renaissance ■ Archaeology AGRICULTURE Studies ■ Biochemistry ■ Agricultural Biology ■ Drama ■ Bioinformatics ■ Agricultural Economics ■ Economics ■ Biology ■ Agronomy ■ English ■ Chemistry ■ Animal Science ■ French ■ Computer Science ■ Applied Plant Ecology ■ History ■ Environmental Biology ■ Crop Science ■ Indigenous Studies ■ Environmental Earth Sciences ■ Environmental Science ■ International Studies ■ Food Science ■ Food and Bioproduct Sciences ■ Linguistics ■ Geology ■ Horticultural Science ■ Modern Languages ■ Geophysics ■ Soil Science ■ Music ■ Mathematical Physics ■ Philosophy Mathematics BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ANIMAL ■ BIOSCIENCE ■ Political Studies ■ Microbiology and Immunology ■ Psychology ■ Palaeobiology BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN RENEWABLE RESOURCE ■ Regional and Urban Planning ■ Physics MANAGEMENT ■ Religion and Culture ■ Physiology and Pharmacology ■ Resource Economics and Policy ■ Sociology ■ Psychology ■ Resource Science ■ Studio Art ■ Statistics ■ Women’s and Gender Studies Toxicology DIPLOMAS ■ ■ Agribusiness BACHELOR OF ARTS AND SCIENCE ■ Agronomy ■ Environment and Society ST. THOMAS MORE Health Studies ■ COLLEGE Interactive Systems Design EDUCATION ■ BACHELOR OF FINE ARTS St. Thomas More College (STM) BACHELOR OF EDUCATION is a Catholic liberal arts college ■ Drama federated with USask and located ■ Early/Middle Years ■ Studio Art on its main campus in Saskatoon. ■ Secondary BACHELOR OF MUSIC STM offers the following unique ■ Sequential Music BACHELOR OF MUSIC – MUSIC Arts and Science programs: ■ Technical Vocational EDUCATION ■ Philosophy COMBINED BACHELOR OF SCIENCE ■ Catholic Studies (minor) IN KINESIOLOGY/BACHELOR OF ■ Social Justice and the Common EDUCATIONEdw Good (minor) ■ Ukrainian Studies (minor)
EDWARDS SCHOOL ENGINEERING KINESIOLOGY BUSINESS BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN BACHELOR OF COMMERCE ENGINEERING KINESIOLOGY ■ Accounting ■ Chemical Engineering ■ Exercise and Sport Studies ■ Finance ■ Civil Engineering COMBINED BACHELOR OF SCIENCE ■ Human Resources ■ Computer Engineering IN KINESIOLOGY/BACHELOR OF ■ Management ■ Electrical Engineering EDUCATION ■ Marketing ■ Engineering Physics ■ Operations Managementards ■ Environmental Engineering School of ■ Geological Engineering ■ Mechanical Engineering The following programs require previous post-secondary study: LAW PHARMACY AND NUTRITION JURIS DOCTOR BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NUTRITION JURIS DOCTOR AND MASTER OF BUSINESS DOCTOR OF PHARMACY ADMINISTRATION COMBINED DEGREE NURSING VETERINARY MEDICINE BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NURSING DOCTOR OF VETERINARY MEDICINE Only Canadian citizens and permanent residents can apply to the following programs: DENTISTRY MEDICINE DOCTOR OF DENTAL MEDICINE DOCTOR OF MEDICINE One in two undergraduate students will have a hands-on, course-based research experience where they learn to create and share new knowledge.
Undergraduate tuition and student fees Tuition for most undergraduate programs at the University of Saskatchewan is calculated by adding up the cost of individual classes you select and register for each year. 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). Agriculture and Bioresources $18,053 Arts and Science $18,441 ESTIMATED TUITION FOR Education $18,591 INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS (2019-2020) Edwards School of Business $21,226 Engineering $23,901 Kinesiology $18,215 STUDENT FEES $947 Tuition estimates for international students registered in a full course load in 2019 Fall Term and 2020 Winter Term (September-April) are represented. International undergraduate tuition rates are assessed at 2.73 times the rate for Canadian citizens and permanent residents. Benefits included in your U-Pass Extended health Access to Free transit and dental campus student fees: pass benefits fitness admission to Huskie Athletics facilities games
Scholarships At the University of Saskatchewan, we want to recognize your academic achievements and personal accomplishments. When you apply for admission, you will be considered automatically for a variety of scholarships based on academic achievement: Apply for INTERNATIONAL EXCELLENCE INTERNATIONAL BACCALAUREATE admission by AWARDS EXCELLENCE AWARDS February 15 $10,000 $20,000 GUARANTEED ENTRANCE SCHOLARSHIPS All applicants considered $500-$3,000 automatically Awarded automatically to entering students based on admission average. You can also apply for competitive scholarships and bursaries. These are awarded based on academics, leadership and your contributions to your school or community: BEST AND BRIGHTEST ENTRANCE SCHOLARSHIPS Apply for admission by Up to $40,000 December 1 Scholarship applications due December 15 COMPETITIVE ENTRANCE AWARDS $500-$32,000 Scholarship applications due March 1 Apply for admission by INTERNATIONAL CANADIAN COUNCIL OF INTERNATIONAL February 15 CURRICULUM SCHOOLS AWARDS SCHOOLS (CIS) AWARDS $15,000 $15,000 Scholarship applications due March 1 Scholarship applications due March 1 All entering students with $13 million 85%+ admission average in scholarships, bursaries receive at least and awards one scholarship
Undergraduate admission requirements GRADUATION FROM HIGH SCHOOL OR SECONDARY-LEVEL STANDING You can apply for early admission in the year you will graduate. ADMISSION AVERAGE An admission average is calculated to determine whether you meet the minimum admission average requirement for programs with rolling admission or to determine your place in the ranking for programs with competitive ranking-based admission. High school (secondary school) students or graduates An admission average is calculated using marks for five acceptable senior secondary-level subjects. ■ ONE mathematics ■ ONE first-language literature and composition ■ THREE other acceptable subjects: ■ Maximum of TWO natural sciences ■ Maximum of TWO social sciences or humanities ■ Maximum of ONE fine or performing art Post-secondary transfer students Please consult admissions.usask.ca for more information about applying to transfer to the University of Saskatchewan. REQUIRED DEGREE OR DIPLOMA REQUIRED GRADE 12 SENIOR-LEVEL SUBJECTS SUBJECTS ■ Bachelor of Science in Animal ■ Biology Bioscience ■ Chemistry No deficiencies are allowed. ■ Mathematics ■ Bachelor of Science in Agriculture ■ Biology AGRICULTURE AND ■ Bachelor of Science in Renewable ■ Chemistry BIORESOURCES Resource Management ■ Mathematics Applicants may be admitted with ■ Diploma in Agronomy one subject deficiency that must be cleared before the second year ■ Bachelor of Science in ■ Biology or Chemistry or of study. Agribusiness Physics ■ Diploma in Agribusiness ■ Mathematics ■ Bachelor of Arts ■ Mathematics Applicants may be admitted with ■ Bachelor of Arts and Science a mathematics deficiency but are ■ Bachelor of Fine Arts encouraged to consult with the ARTS AND SCIENCE ■ Bachelor of Music college upon admission to plan how to clear the deficiency. ■ Bachelor of Music – Music Education ■ Bachelor of Science ■ Bachelor of Education ■ Biology or Chemistry or n applicant is permitted to be A Physics or Geology deficient in up to two of these ■ History or Social Studies or subject areas. If admitted, students Native Studies must clear any deficiencies before ■ Language (other than English) entering the second year of study. EDUCATION or Fine or Performing Art ■ Mathematics ■ Combined Bachelor of Science ■ Biology Deficiences are not allowed in the in Kinesiology/Bachelor of ■ Chemistry or Physics combined program. Education* ■ Mathematics ■ Bachelor of Commerce ■ Mathematics Pending approval, applicants may be admitted with a mathematics EDWARDS SCHOOL OF deficiency. If admitted, students BUSINESS must clear the deficiency before entering the second year of study. ■ Bachelor of Science in ■ Chemistry A minimum grade of 70% is Engineering Physics required in each of these courses. ENGINEERING ■ ■ Pre-Calculus Mathematics (International grades will be converted.) ■ Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology ■ Biology KINESIOLOGY ■ Chemistry or Physics ■ Mathematics *Pending University Senate approval as a direct-entry program.
PROOF OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY Applicants whose first language is not English must present proof of English language proficiency. CO M M O N LY ACCE P TE D S TAN DAR D I Z E D TE S T S* IELTS ACADEMIC TOEFL (INTERNET BASED) International English Language Testing System Test of English as a Foreign Language ■ Minimum overall band score: 6.5 ■ Minimum score: 86 With a minimum score of 6 in all four parts: Reading, With a minimum score of 19 in all four parts: Listening, Speaking, and Writing Reading, Listening, Speaking, and Writing OTH E R ACCE P TAB LE Q UALI FI C ATI O N S INTERNATIONAL BACCALAUREATE (IB) ADVANCED PLACEMENT (AP) ■ Completion of the IB Diploma Programme, ■ English with a score of: 4 OR ■ English A1 or English A2 Higher Level or English B Higher Level with a grade of: 5 CO M PLE TI O N O F H I G H S CH O O L (S E CO N DARY ) O R P OS T-S E CO N DARY S T U D I E S I N E N G LI S H If study occurred more than five years ago, additional proof of English language proficiency may be required. Years of full-time study in an approved English-medium Years of full-time study in a recognized post-secondary secondary program institution where English is the official language of ■ At least 3 years of full-time study including Grades 10, 11, instruction and examination* and 12, as well as successful completion of Grade 12 English ■ Successful completion of at least one year of full-time study Language Arts A30 and B30 (or equivalents) Students from in a degree program overseas schools offering a Canadian education system ■ Successful completion of a minimum two-year diploma curriculum in English require a minimum grade of 65% on from a recognized post-secondary institution in Canada their Grade 12 English course(s) ■ Successful completion of a minimum three-year diploma ■ At least 2.5 years of full-time study including Grades 11 and from a recognized post-secondary institution outside of 12, as well as successful completion of Grade 12 English Canada Language Arts A30 and B30 (or equivalents) with minimum final grades of 70% * The institution must declare English to be the only language of ■ At least 2 years of full-time study including Grades 11 and instruction and examination throughout the institution, not just in 12, as well as successful completion of Grade 12 English select departments. Language Arts A30 and B30 (or equivalents) with minimum final grades of 80% SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION OF ENGLISH FOR ACADEMIC PURPOSES PROGRAM AT UNIVERSITY OF SASKATCHEWAN LANGUAGE CENTRE ■ Successful completion of U-Bridge 2 ■ Successful completion of U-Prep 2 *All scores must be from one exam date, not to be combined with other exam dates. Tests are valid for two years after the testing date. Scores must be valid (no more than two years old) at the beginning of the student's first term of registration in the undergraduate program. Joint admission Do you need to improve your English before starting your degree program? We offer joint admission to the English for Academic Purposes program at the University of Saskatchewan Language Centre and undergraduate programs in any of our six direct-entry colleges: ■ AGRICULTURE AND BIORESOURCES ■ EDUCATION ■ ENGINEERING ■ ARTS AND SCIENCE ■ EDWARDS SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ■ KINESIOLOGY
English for academic purposes When you apply for joint admission to an undergraduate degree program and to the University of Saskatchewan Language Centre, you can choose between two channels of English study: U-BRIDGE or U-PREP. U-BRIDGE In U-Bridge, you can take university classes and earn credit toward your degree while improving your English language proficiency. U-Bridge has two levels (U-Bridge 1 and U-Bridge 2), which include: AN ESL CLASS TO HELP YOU WITH: A UNIVERSITY CLASS FOR CREDIT: ■ Lecture note-taking ■ Your U-Bridge instructor attends the class with you. ■ Reading academic articles ■ The textbook, lectures and assignments become the materials for language instruction. ■ Writing term papers ■ Giving presentations ■ Working in groups UBRIDGE 1 UBRIDGE 2 CONTINUE YOUR UNIVERSITY DEGREE 1 UNIVERSITY COURSE 1 UNIVERSITY COURSE “University is hard. When English is not your first language, it can be terrifying. U-Bridge reaches out a hand to guide you over the scary part and reveal the student you can become.” L. KROL, M.Ed. U-BRIDGE COORDINATOR AND INSTRUCTOR
CREDIT TOWARD YOUR DEGREE ARTS AND SCIENCE EDWARDS SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ENGINEERING OR AGRICULTURE AND Up to 9 credit units toward your degree 3 credit units toward your degree* BIORESOURCES ■ U-Bridge Level 1: Commerce 101.3 (3 ■ U-Bridge Level 1: Anthropology 111.3 Up to 9 credit units toward your degree credit units) (3 credit units) ■ U-Bridge Level 1: Anthropology 111.3 ■ U-Bridge Level 2: Sociology 112.3 (3 ■ U-Bridge Level 2: Sociology 112.3 (3 (3 credit units) credit units) + ESL class (3 credit units) credit units) * While you could earn credit for both classes, only one can ■ U-Bridge Level 2: Sociology 112.3 (3 be used toward your first-year junior humanities or social credit units) + ESL class (3 credit units) science elective requirement for an engineering degree. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS U-BRIDGE 1 U-BRIDGE 2 IELTS 5.5 (minimum 5.0 in all areas) 6.0 (minimum 5.5 in all areas) TOEFL 70 (minimum 15 in all areas) 75 (minimum 17 in all areas) USask ESL program Level 40 U-Prep 1 or U-Bridge 1 INTAKES WINTER TERM SPRING TERM FALL TERM January–April May–July September–December Apply by September 15 Apply by November 15 Apply by June 1 ESTIMATED TUITION ESL instruction and university class $10,000/13-week term This estimate does not include the one-time application fee of $240 for new students applying for joint admission, housing costs or the cost of textbooks and other supplies.
U-PREP U-Prep can help you build a strong foundation in English if you do not meet the requirements to enter U-Bridge or if you are not ready to begin university study. You will receive instruction in: ■ speaking ■ listening ■ reading ■ writing You will practice these skills with your classmates and instructors through group work, presentations and writing assignments. This practice will help you prepare for your degree program. Once you finish U-Prep, you can start your university degree. START YOUR UPREP 1 UPREP 2 UNIVERSITY DEGREE ENTRY REQUIREMENTS U-PREP 1 U-PREP 2 IELTS 5.5 (minimum 5.0 in all areas) 6.0 (minimum 5.5 in all areas) TOEFL 70 (minimum 15 in all areas) 75 (minimum 17 in all areas) USask ESL program Level 40 U-Prep 1 or U-Bridge 1 If you do not qualify for U-Prep 1, you will start in ESL level 20, 30 or 40. You will take a placement test when you arrive to find out which level you will start in: ■ Level 20 – Introductory ■ Level 30 – Intermediate ■ Level 40 - High INTAKES WINTER TERM SPRING TERM SUMMER TERM FALL TERM January–March March–June June–August September–December Apply by September 15 Apply by November 15 Apply by March 1 Apply by June 1 ESTIMATED TUITION ESL instruction $4,300/10-WEEK TERM This estimate does not include the one-time application fee of $240 for new students applying for joint admission, housing costs or the cost of textbooks and other supplies.
The University of Saskatchewan Language Centre experience CULTURAL AWARENESS You will receive guidance and support as you transition to life in Canada. Some of the topics you will learn about include: ■ Canadian culture and local customs ■ Health care in Canada ■ Dealing with culture shock ■ Personal safety ■ Banking and budgeting ■ Student support at the USLC LANGUAGE LEARNING SUPPORT The Language Centre offers extra help and resources you can access outside of class, such as: ■ USLC library and computer lab with specialized materials and software for language learning ■ Practice classes and special workshops at the Student Success Centre ACTIVITIES PROGRAM Social and cultural activities organized by the Language Centre are sure to be a highlight of your experience. ■ Interactive speaking and listening activities in the Student Lounge ■ Culture activities on-campus and around Saskatoon ■ One optional special trip per term to a popular tourist destination "The first day I was here, I took part in Orientation. We talked a lot and did lots of activities. Since then, we’ve been to the Jazz Festival and Canada Day celebrations. It made me feel like I was in a new country, a new culture. You can feel the difference. It’s a real Canadian experience." YI LUAN (LEO) LANGUAGE CENTRE STUDENT CHINA
Student housing RESIDENCE Live on campus in our student residences and be a part of a diverse and global community where you will develop life-long friendships and lasting memories. Students living in Residence receive continuous support, both personal and academic, and appreciate the comfort, security and convenience of living close to classes and university facilities. Voyageur Place SASKATCHEWAN SASK. HALL 2 BED HALL – DOUBLE SASKATCHEWAN HALL 1 BED SASK. HALL – SINGLE ■ Perfect for first-year students ■ Traditional, furnished single- or double‑occupancy dormitory-style rooms 655 Sq. Ft. ■ Spacious shared lounges, washrooms and kitchenette facilities ■ Academically focused environment ■ Connected by tunnels and skywalks to other buildings on campus ■ Utilities, internet, laundry and an Unlimited Meal Plan at Marquis Culinary Centre included in the rental fee COLLEGE QUARTER 4BEDROOM COLLEGE QUARTER – 4 BEDROOM College Quarter LIVING ROOM ■ Two- to four-bedroom apartment-style units with in-suite BEDROOM BEDROOM kitchen and common area ■ Bright, modern shared lounges with beautiful views of the BEDROOM BEDROOM surrounding area KITCHEN/DINING ■ Meal plans available at Marquis Culinary Centre BATH 1 BATH 2 ■ Utilities, internet, cable TV and laundry included in the rental fee 985 Sq. Ft. College Quarter Voyageur Place
HOMESTAY Live with a homestay family in Saskatoon and enjoy a safe, English-speaking environment where you can adapt to Canadian life and improve your language skills. Our host families come from many backgrounds, and they all offer you the opportunity to experience Canadian culture and find your home-away-from-home. Homestay includes: ■ Airport pick-up ■ Wireless internet, all utilities and TV access ■ Private, furnished room ■ Laundry facilities ■ Three meals per day Estimate of living expenses Homestay Voyageur Place College Quarter Off-campus apartment Rental rate for 8 $7,673.40 Double unit: $9,058.70 Three- or four-bedroom $6,800-$14,400 months (Sept-Apr) Single unit: $10,048.70 unit: $6,416 Cost of food 4 Included 4 Included 4 Partially included 6 Not included Three meals per day Unlimited Meal Plan 7 meals and $185.57 and snacks at the Marquis Culinary cash card per term with Centre option to purchase a meal plan at Marquis Culinary Centre for an additional fee Utilities (heat, water, 4 Included 4 Included 4 Included 6 Not included electricity, etc.) Wireless internet 4 Included 4 Included 4 Included 6 Not included (WiFi) Laundry 4 Included 4 Included 4 Included 6 Not included Furniture 4 Included 4 Included 4 Included 6 Not included Homestay residents and University of Saskatchewan Language Centre students living in Residence pay a one-time, non-refundable placement fee of $275.00, a refundable damage deposit of $675.00 and a service and assistance fee of $15.20 per week. Marquis Culinary Centre Homestay
Student LIFE Free access to More than Low on-campus 7 3 km2 core campus 160+ student societies 19:1 museums and grounds Student to faculty ratio and clubs art galleries 70+ events and activities hosted by the International Student and Study Abroad Centre each year ■ Sporting events ■ International Student Welcome (Start of the fall and winter terms) ■ Cultural experiences ■ International Education Week (November) ■ Educational trips ■ Global Village (March) ■ Social activities Huskies' football game Drawing class Visit Wanuskewin Heritage Park
Steps to apply 1. FIND A PROGRAM 5. CHECK YOUR APPLICATION Explore programs, admission requirements STATUS and deadlines at ADMISSIONS.USASK.CA. Log in to monitor your application status at APPLY.USASK.CA. 2. START AN APPLICATION Check when supplemental items have been Ready to apply? Create an account at received or whether additional items are APPLY.USASK.CA and fill out the online needed, and see when a decision has been application for admission. If you have any made on your application. questions about the application, contact us and we will be happy to help! 6. ACCEPT YOUR OFFER OF ADMISSION 3. SUBMIT YOUR APPLICATION If you receive an offer of admission, accept AND APPLICATION FEE your offer online to officially become a USask Be mindful of application deadlines. Submit student. your application early to take advantage of benefits like early admission and access to scholarships. CONGRATULATIONS! 4. SUBMIT YOUR DOCUMENTS As soon as possible after applying, upload a copy of your most up-to-date report card or transcript. Important dates Sept Applications open for 2020–2021 27 Dec Deadline to apply for early admission to: 1 n Education n Kinesiology n Agriculture and Bioresources - Animal Bioscience Feb Deadline to apply for regular admission to: 15 n Agriculture and Bioresources n Education n Kinesiology May Deadline to apply for admission to: 1 n Arts and Science n Edwards School of Business n Engineering
USASK BY THE NUMBERS Member of the 156,000+ U15 25,700 + alumni living worldwide group of top students study here Top 4 Canadian research universities in Canada in the study of: WATER RESOURCES VETERINARY SCIENCES students from ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE 132 3,300 + 4,300 3,400 + + AND ENGINEERING AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES self-declared graduate international countries Aboriginal students students students (ARWU 2019 Subject Rankings) CANADA Edmonton SASKATOON Calgary Winnipeg London Vancouver Ottawa Toronto New York Los Angeles Beijing Tokyo New Delhi Mexico City Ho Chi Minh Quito SASKATOON CANADA DRIVING DISTANCE FLYING TIME POPULATION: 270,000+ POPULATION: 37+ million Vancouver: 1,580 KM Vancouver: 1H 49M CLIMATE: One of Canada’s CAPITAL: Ottawa Edmonton: 525 KM Toronto: 3H 05M sunniest cities SIZE: 9.98 million km2 Calgary: 613 KM New York: 4H 31M Winnipeg: 780 KM Los Angeles: 6H 01M SPRING SUMMER Mexico City: 8H 25M 8.9°C TO -3.3°C 24.3°C TO 10.5°C Quito: 15H 55M FALL WINTER London: 11H 9.2°C TO -2.6°C -10.2°C TO -20.7°C New Delhi: 21H 40 M Tokyo: 15H 58M Beijing: 17H 40M Ho Chi Minh: 24H 33M R E C R U I TM E N T, A D M I SS I O N S A N D U N I V E R S I T Y O F SA S K ATC H E WA N facebook.com/usask TRANSFER CREDIT L A N G UAG E C E N T R E facebook.com/InternationalStudentsUSask firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com @usask (+1) 306-966-5788 (+1) 306-966-4351 @usask admissions.usask.ca learnenglish.usask.ca usaskofficial uofsask.cn usask.ca
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