Applications are made to the academic program under which the student proposes to study.
5.1. PGD, Master’s, & PhD Application Requirements
All prospective post graduate diploma, master’s level, and doctoral level program applicants must complete the online application. This includes joint/sandwich program students, dual degree students and non-degree students.
A non-refundable application fee (see current fee in Catalogue) must accompany each application. All students shall supply three names and their respective contact information as referees that the University will contact for online letters of recommendation.
Complete and official transcripts (including, where necessary, a certified English translation) of all university work to date are required prior to registration. Official English proficiency test results are required prior to registration. All transcripts must come directly to the University of Saskatchewan from the issuing institution and be received in sealed envelopes.back to top
5.2. Exchange Student Application Requirements
Students from other institutions wishing to attend the University of Saskatchewan on exchange must be nominated by their home institution and supported by the recieving academic unit as part of a formal exchange agreement.back to top
5.3. Special Case Student Application Requirements
Students who are seeking admission to a graduate program in an academic unit which does not have an approved graduate program at the required level, are considered special case student applicants.
In these cases, the Academic unit shall apply for the admission of a graduate thesis student on a Special Case basis. The documentation for special case admission applications must be prepared in each case by the academic unit.back to top
5.4. Independent Interdisciplinary Student Application Requirements
The individual interdisciplinary graduate program is administered by the CGSR through the Interdisciplinary Studies Committee. Students not restricted by traditional academic boundaries and may seek admission into individual interdisciplinary programs leading to the M.A., M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees following the guidelines in section 5.4 of the P&G.back to top
5.5. Application Deadlines
The CGSR does not impose any deadlines on applications. Many academic units do impose internal application deadlines. Additionally, some funding competitions require program applications to be complete by certain deadlines in order to meet competition eligibility criteria.back to top