Established in 1907 as the Provincial Normal School, the university now has nearly 30,000 students enrolled in undergraduate and graduate programs and more than 3,500 faculty and staff members. It has an enrollment of over 24,000 students, including nearly 4,000 international students from 83 countries. The University of Saskatchewan is one of the top universities in Canada, ranked among the top 100 universities in the world.
The University of Saskatchewan, Canada offers scholarships for international students which is worth up to CA $100,000. The scholarship is open to qualified students who are enrolled in full-time undergraduate or graduate programs beginning in September 2023 at the U of S College of Medicine.
The Saskatchewan Advantage Scholarship has been created to recognize and reward excellence in high school academic achievement and to encourage students to pursue post-secondary education in Saskatchewan. The University of Saskatchewan has partnered with the Canadian government to offer scholarships for international students starting their studies in Canada in September 2022. The scholarship will cover tuition, books, and living expenses for 4 years and is open to students from all countries. This makes studying in Canada more accessible and affordable for students who want to pursue a world-class education.
The University of Saskatchewan is pleased to announce the launch of the Canada Scholarship for Indigenous students in 2023. This new scholarship program will award renewable scholarships worth up to $20,000 CAD per year to First Nations, Métis, and Inuit students who are admitted to full-time undergraduate studies at the U of S. The program is designed to encourage more Indigenous students to choose the U of S as their post-secondary institution of choice and successfully complete their degrees.
The University of Saskatchewan is pleased to offer scholarships for students studying in the Faculty of Arts and Science. These scholarships are available to international students and cover tuition fees for the first year of study. In order to be eligible, students must maintain an average of 75% or higher in their final two years of high school.
- University: University Of Saskatchewan
- Country: Canada
- Application Procedure: Online
- Course Level: Masters Ph.D.
- Last Date To Apply: 30 August 2023
- Indigenous Studies
- Languages, Literature, & Cultural Studies
- Large Animal Clinical Sciences
- Linguistics & Religious Studies
- Small Animal Clinical Sciences
- Veterinary Pathology
- Women, Gender & Sexuality Studies
- Art & Art History
- Curriculum Studies
- Education – cross-departmental Ph.D. program
The Benefits Of Getting This Scholarship:
- Ph.D.: $20,000 (perhaps reasonable for as long as three years)
- Expert’s Thesis: $16,000 (perhaps reasonable for as long as two years).
- You should be an International understudy.
- Should have Bachelor’s Degree to apply for a Master’s Degree
- Should have an advanced education to get a grant in Bachelor.
- For a Ph.D., one Must have Bachelor’s Degree.
How To Apply?
- The application process is online.
- To apply, please visit the University Website.