Internationalization is central to the mission of our University. It prepares our students to work in today's global knowledge economy, enriches the campus culture and university experience for our faculty and students, extends our reach and influence throughout the world, and enables us to address some of society’s most pressing challenges, so that we can be a university the world needs.
USask researchers are discovering the solutions the world needs.
USask is one of the top 15 research intensive universities in Canada. We have distinguished faculty from around the world, working with world-class, state-of-the-art facilities including Canada's only synchrotron (Canadian Light Source) and the Vaccine and Infectious Disease Organization's International Vaccine Centre.
A hallmark of a world-class university is student learning that offers international learning opportunities aimed at developing informed global citizens.
- Taking students abroad
- Internationalizing your teaching
- Experiential Learning Fund
- Project in International Collaborative Teaching (PICT)
There are multiple supports on campus that you may refer international students to:
International partnerships help grow our capability to address global challenges, together. By connecting our faculty and students with international facilities, funding, knowledge and expertise, our community can have unparalleled learning experiences, and our discoveries can have global impact.
Our International Research and Partnerships office will assist and support both international visits to our campus and outgoing visits to other institutions. Get in touch early.
Prospective students are invited to explore the University of Saskatchewan on a guided tour lead by a current uSask student.
Recruitment and Admissions
Recruitment and admissions can help if you are interested in applying to study at uSask.
International Student and Study Abroad Centre
ISSAC assists international students at uSask, supports all university students wanting to study abroad and brings students together through intercultural programming.
International Research and Partnerships Office
The international office supports international relations, partnerships and research and provides funding opportunities for researchers and staff.
The Language Centre offers English language programs for students and institutions.
Gwenna Moss Centre for Teaching and Learning
Committed to supporting and improving teaching and learning by supporting faculty, instructors and graduate students.