College of Graduate Studies and Research

Why choose usask?

Some places have something inherently special about them.
The University of Saskatchewan is one of those places.

Our highly collaborative research environment

As a member of prestigious U15 Canadian research university group, uSask provides some of the best facilities and analytical tools in the country.

Our research explores diverse areas including cancer treatment, crop development,animal and human vaccines, business, education, Aboriginal issues, natural resource development,sustainability, energy, space science and nuclear physics, and we are engaged in research partnerships world-wide.

Our campus

We are located in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada.
Our historic campus is recognized as one of the most beautiful in Canada.

Our main campus is located on Treaty 6 Territory and the Homeland of the Métis, and we pay our respect to the First Nations and Métis ancestors of this place and reaffirm our relationship with one another.

Our tuition

Domestic students enrolled in a thesis- or project-based program pay only $3,804.00* per year.

*Special rates apply for some programs

International students enrolled in a thesis- or project-based program pay only $5,593.00* per year, the lowest international differential tuition rate for graduate students in Canada.

Our diverse areas of study

At usask you will have access to the most comprehensive range of human health and life science programs on one campus. Including animal and plant sciences, nursing, medicine, pharmacy and nutrition, dentistry, physical therapy, veterinary medicine and kinesiology.

Our internationally acclaimed Faculty

Our students work alongside top researchers—30 Canada Research Chairs, 19 Fellows of the Royal Canadian Society, eight 3M National Teaching Fellows, five Killam Research Fellows and many other acclaimed faculty

80+

fields of study

20k

students from
around the world

70+

research centres

Our warm community welcomes people from around the world and right here at home including growing numbers of Aboriginal and international students. It creates open dialogue, and fresh opportunities for learning inside and outside the classroom.