English as an Additional Language

It is possible that you have lived in Canada for a while or your whole life and English is your second or an additional language.  The University of Saskatchewan Language Centre is a great resource and offers ESL courses at various levels.

The International Student and Study Abroad Centre (ISSAC), can be one of your most important supports during your time at the U of S, because the ISSAC is dedicated to fostering a welcoming, globally aware and engaged community at the U of S for students, staff and faculty.

Beyond the many programs and services for all students at the U of S, some of the guidance ISSAC offers includes:

 

If you are new to Saskatchewan, the Saskatchewan Immigration website provides some terrific advice.

International Student Services

(306) 966-4925
international.students@usask.ca
www.students.usask.ca/international

Study Abroad Services

(306) 966-4925
study.abroad@usask.ca
www.students.usask.ca/studyabroad

Here at the University Learning Centre, we offer Writing and Study Skills workshops (workshops designed to help students improve their writing and study skills).

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