Where can I go?

University of Saskatchewan, Canada

Website

https://students.usask.ca/international/exchange-students.php

City Information

The name Saskatoon comes from a native word for a berry that grows along the river called missaskquahtoomina. Saskatoon is located along the South Saskatchewan River and is known as a city of bridges, which has led, along with its cultural sophistication and wealth of Art Nouveau architecture, to its nickname as the Paris of the Prairies. Saskatoon is the largest city in the province of Saskatchewan and a cultural hub, with a wealth of museums and festivals throughout the year. Saskatoon is known for its stunning riverbank views, big-city amenities, and small-town hospitality.

University Information

Located in the heart of Saskatoon, the University of Saskatchewan is both the largest and the oldest in the province, founded in 1907 and now with a student body of over 19,000. A member of Canadas prestigious U15, representing the 15 most research intensive universities in Canada, U of S is famous for its beautiful campus and strong academics.

Additional Information

Additional Fees: Visa - 150 CAD (full year only)
Health Insurance - 205 CAD (semester) / 500 CAD (full year)

Summary Table

Competitiveness Less competitive
Number of places open for application 2
Do UK students need a visa? No
Total estimated cost per semester in local currency
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10,000 CAD per semester. Check XE.com for currency exchange rate.
City type Medium city (100 k – 499 k)
Campus Type(s) Urban
Where do exchange students normally live? Mixture of university halls of residence & private off-campus accommodation
Are exchange students guaranteed a place in University halls of residence? No
Which UoL semester would a student normally spend at this partner? Semester 1
Term Dates

Semester 1: September to December

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Courses Offered