University of Saskatchewan
  • Canada
  • Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada
    • School Type: University
    • Scholarship: $500 - $1,500/Year
Ranking

#20 Best Universities in Canada(U.S. News & World Report)

#21 Canada's Best Universities by reputation(Maclean's)

* Top 5 nationwide in the study of:

  • Water resources
  • Materials science and engineering
  • Public administration
  • Agricultural science
  • Chemical engineering
  • Energy science and engineering
  • Environmental science and engineering
  • Veterinary science

(ARWU Global Ranking of Academic Subjects)

Strong Majors
  • Water resources
  • Materials science and engineering
  • Public administration
  • Agricultural science
  • Chemical engineering
  • Energy science and engineering
  • Environmental science and engineering
  • Veterinary science
Key Facts
  • Student population: 25,900+ including 3,100+ international students from 131 countries
  • 200+ academic programs
  • 130+ campus clubs and societies
  • 163,000 alumni, 2 Nobel Prizes in Chemistry, 1 Prime Minister
  • Many renowned co-op and internship programs to gain “on-the-job” experience
  • 700+ students per year join USask’s Student Undergraduate Research Experience (SURE) connector and training program
  • Career opportunities in Saskatchewan: Agriculture to mining, as well as finance, insurance, real estate and a rapidly growing tech industry, among many others. Unemployment rate is among the lowest in the country.

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The University of Saskatchewan (USask), located in the vibrant city of Saskatoon, Canada is leading the way in tackling pressing problems like water and food security. Research, teaching, and learning at USask are enhanced by our array of world-class centers and facilities. These include the Canadian Light Source - Canada's only synchrotron, the Sylvia Fedoruk Canadian Centre for Nuclear Innovation, the International Vaccine Centre, the Global Institute for Food Security, and the Global Institute for Water Security.

The 2020 Academic Rankings of World Universities (ARWU) ranked USask No 1 in Canada and 20th in the world for water resources research. USask also placed in the top 100 universities in three other research areas: environmental science and engineering, agricultural sciences, and veterinary sciences. Additionally, USask tied for second place in Canada for public administration, for third place in materials science and engineering, and for sixth place in both chemical engineering and earth sciences. A range of excellent programs, from business, law, and public policy to engineering, medicine, and veterinary medicine, positions us to cross traditional discipline boundaries and work together to bring a unique perspective to key global challenges.

USask’s historic main campus is recognized as one of the most beautiful in Canada, with plenty of green spaces and stately greystone buildings. With more than 25,700 students from around the globe, our strong community and well-recognized experts will continue to drive USask to be the university the world needs.