Requirements for Canadian Students
We welcome secondary (high) school, post-secondary transfer, and mature (age 21+) applicants. Admission requirements vary by applicant type and the faculty/program you are applying to. Visit www.uregina.ca/futurestudents for step-by-step admissions support.
Requirements for International Students
Admission requirements vary by country and the Faculty to which you are applying. For a list of requirements by countries visit www.uregina.ca/futurestudents. If your country is not listed, please contact the Admissions Office (firstname.lastname@example.org) for further assistance.
You admission will be based on a combination of grades, courses completed and the program to which you are applying. Each Faculty requires different courses for admission purposes.
All students applying for admission must provide proof of English language proficiency. Visit www.uregina.ca/futurestudents for full details (click on Admission Requirements).
Procedure for Canadian Students
To apply for admission, students must submit an application for admission, pay the appropriate application fee, and submit the required supporting documents/transcripts. Applicants to undergraduate programs should visit www.uregina.ca/futurestudents to apply for admission.
Procedure for International Students
1. Submit the appropriate application form available from www.uregina.ca/futurestudents - click on Apply Now
2. Pay the $100 application fee (non-refundable fee). You can pay by cheque, money order, Interac, Visa, Mastercard, American Express or cash. Cash is only accepted in person.
3. Submit high school transcripts Current high school students can provide an interim grade report (Saskatchewan high school students must also provide a schedule of planned courses). Final transcripts must be official. An English translation of these documents is required if they are not in English or French. Send transcripts directly to the Admissions Office.
4. Submit official transcripts from all post-secondary institutions attended (if applicable). Transcripts must be sent DIRECTLY from the post-secondary institutions to the Admissions Office. If you are enrolled in courses, you can provide an unofficial copy with your application; however, a final official transcript must be provided once all courses are completed. An English translation is required if not in English or French.
5. Proof of English Language Proficiency: If you do not have grades 11 and 12 English as part of two full academic years in a high school using a recognized Canadian or U.S. curriculum, you may need to provide proof of English Language Proficiency.
|Full-time Undergraduate Students 2013-2014:||9,904|
|Part-time Undergraduate Students 2012-2013:||2,046|
|Full-time Graduate Students 2013-2014:||832|
|Part-time Graduate Students 2013-2014:||804|
|Type of System:||Trimester|
|Entrance Dates:||January, May, September
Some programs/faculties accept students in only select terms.|
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