All events are held in in Central Standard Time (CST).

USask Graduate Studies Open House

Thurs. Nov. 18, 7-9 pm CST
Online
Graduate (Master's, PhD)
domestic, Indigenous and
international students

The Graduate Studies Open House is an opportunity for you to learn more about graduate studies opportunities at USask. Learn about USask's Master's and PhD-level programs, admission requirements, scholarships and funding, graduate student experience, campus and facilities. Bring your excitement and ask USask staff any questions you may have. 

Attendees will be entered into our Fall 2021 events prize draw, which includes Shop USASK gift cards, unique swag, and even a choice between a new Macbook or PC notebook computer! 

USask graduate studies pop-up webinars

Varies
Online
Graduate (Master's, PhD)
domestic, Indigenous and
international students

Join us for a one-hour highlights of graduate studies opportunities at USask. For each event in the series, we feature guest speakers highlighting exciting opportunities within a specific department or unit on campus, in addition to important topics such as scholarships and funding, how to contact a supervisor, and how to best market yourself as a prospective graduate student. 

Instagram Live events

Follow the @usask.future.students Instagram channel to be notified of upcoming live events, and visit the channel anytime to find videos from all of our past live events!

Education fairs

Varies
Online
Graduate (Master's, PhD)

We attend education fairs online and around the world to speak about the excellent student experience you will have at the University of Saskatchewan.

We will introduce our programs, admission requirements, scholarships and bursaries and other opportunities you need to know about as you prepare for your future.

Check our events listing to see all our scheduled events.

Graduation Powwow

May

The University of Saskatchewan has hosted a powwow on its Saskatoon campus, situated on Treaty 6 Territory and the Homeland of the Métis, for almost 30 years.

Since 2009, the Graduation Powwow has been held in the spring to celebrate the academic achievements of graduating First Nations, Métis and Inuit students from USask and Saskatchewan high schools.

Everyone is welcome!