University of Saskatchewan


The University of Saskatchewan is considered Canada's top research university, and it is a member of the U15 group of Canadian research universities. It was founded in 1907 as an agricultural institute and was recognized as a university in 1910. There were 1000 acres of the area for the university's agriculture fields and farms.

The University of Saskatchewan offers bachelor', master's and PhD degrees and various diplomas for students in more than 100 different programs. It has also produced great artists, business leaders, and intellectuals worldwide.

Today main campus of the institute is situated on 2425 acres, with another 500 acres allotted for Innovation Place Research Park. It is also home to the most innovative and largest investment in science called the Canadian Light Source synchrotron. Since the University of Saskatchewan's origins as an agriculture institute, research here has played an essential role in cobalt-60 cancer therapy units and sulphate-resistant cement discoveries. This university is also home to Vaccine and Infectious Disease Organization.


The University of Saskatchewan has been a home for about 26,000 students. Out of these students, more than 3,000 international students are enrolled each year from 130 countries worldwide. These students benefit from various scholarships and financial aid programs the university offers.

The student at this institute is named "University of Saskatchewan Students' Union", representing the university's undergraduate students. Graduates student have a separate union called GSA-uSask (Graduate Student's Association). This union provide services, advocacy work, student clubs and event to students.

Sports teams of the University of Saskatchewan participate in U Sports and compete in 8 men's and seven women's sports. Teams compete in football, hockey, soccer, cross-country, volleyball, track and field, and wrestling.dents are enrolled each year from 130 countries worldwide. These students benefit from various scholarships and financial aid programs offered by the university.


The university offers safe and convenient residence for both national and international students. You are given about four choices regarding the type of residence you want. For instance, if you are a first-year student, Voyageur place is your best option.

Historically, Voyageur Place has been organized on the house system. Each house is named after an explorer associated with Saskatchewan's history. It has three male residences: Hearne, Kelsey and Lav House. This university also has three female housing complexes: Pond, Henday and Palliser House.


Following is the global ranking of the University of Saskatchewan.

  • By QS World Ranking, the University of Saskatchewan ranks 473.
  • According to Times Higher Education Ranking, the University of Saskatchewan ranks 501-601.
  • U.S. News and World Report ranked the University of Saskatchewan at 538.


University of Saskatchewan
Saskatoon, SK, Canada

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