Admissions and Programs

Learn how to apply.

Deadlines, admission requirements, and how to apply will depend on the type of program you are interested in.

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Find a Program

We offer undergraduate and graduate programs in over 150 fields of study. Start your journey today.

Undergraduate programs
Bachelor level degrees, diplomas, certificates

These include programs you can enter directly from high school, such as engineering, as well as professional programs that require some previous university experience, like nursing or law.

Undergraduate programs All undergraduate
Graduate programs
Master's and doctoral degrees and certificates

These include programs that require you to have earned a degree in a relevant field.

Graduate programs All graduate

Other programs

English language programming

The USask Language Centre offers full-time and part-time English as a second language (ESL) programs, and short-term experiences.

Continuing education and professional development

Explore our continuing education opportunities for personal and professional development as well as youth programming such as kids camps.

Upgrading and pathway programs

USask offers options if your grades are not high enough for admission, if you need a class as a prerequisite or if you just need a review.

Other types of applicants

Exchange student

Students from institutions who have a formal exchange agreement with USask study here for 1 or 2 semesters while paying tuition to their home institution.

Visiting student

If you are enrolled at another institution and you want to take USask classes to transfer to your degree program, you may apply as a visiting student.

Postdoctoral fellows

For PhDs or those with equivalent experience who are interested in engaging in research projects in order to further develop their skills and knowledge.

Joint student / graduate sandwich program

A joint student is a student who is completing a graduate degree from another university, and who wishes to attend USask for a period of between six months to two years to do research under the supervision of USask faculty, as partial fulfillment of a graduate degree from their home university.

Visiting research student

A Visiting Research Student (VRS) is an undergrad or graduate student enrolled at the University to undertake full-time research with a faculty supervisor.

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Course and program catalogue

The course and program catalogue lists specific requirements to graduate from each program. For admissions information, see above.


At USask, we want to recognize your academic achievements and personal accomplishments. Learn more about the scholarships, bursaries and awards you may be eligible to receive.


Tution depends on the program you are in. Find undergradute tuition or graduate tuition and costs.