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University of Saskatchewan Admissions 2024: Acceptance Rate, Requirements, Application Fees & Deadline

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What’s new at University of Saskatchewan? For January 2024 (Winter) entry, international students' application deadline is September 01, 2023 for some of the undergraduate courses.

Various unofficial sources specify that the University of Saskatchewan acceptance rate is 73%. USask offers undergraduate degree, diploma, and certificate programs in over 100 fields of study. At the graduate level, some of the study areas are Computer Science, Business Administration, Law, Civil Engineering, etc.

Read: Student Guide to Canada for Indian Students 

University of Saskatchewan Admissions 2024 Highlights

Students can check the table given below to know about the University of Saskatchewan admissions important details.



Application portal

Online at the university portal

Application fee

UG: CAD 90

PG: CAD 120

Standardized tests accepted (PG)


English language tests accepted

IELTS / TOEFL / PTE / Duolingo (varies as per course levels)

International application deadlines

Varies as per the course levels

Which University of Saskatchewan Course are you interested in?

The University of Saskatchewan offers undergraduate degree, diploma, and certificate programs in more than 100 fields of study. Various master’s programs are also offered by the USask. Study areas at the graduate level are Business Administration, Chemistry, Civil Engineering, Computer Science, etc. The details of the University of Saskatchewan courses, along with their duration and first-year tuition fees are given below:



1st Year Tuition Fees

MS (30 Courses)

2-4 years

INR 5.01 L - 5.76 L

Others PG (19 Courses)

2-4 years

INR 4.16 L - 16.08 L

MEng (5 Courses)

2 years

INR 5.01 L - 5.01 L

BSc (25 Courses)

3-4 years

INR 11.16 L - 13.04 L

BA (18 Courses)

4-5 years

INR 12.45 L - 14.9 L

BE / BTech(11 Courses)

4-5 years

INR 13.04 L - 16.89 L

MA (17 Courses)

1 year-2 years

INR 4.16 L - 8.09 L

MIM (5 Courses)

1 year-2 years

INR 5.01 L - 33.58 L

BBA (3 Courses)

4-6 years

INR 12.45 L - 14.9 L

B.Ed (5 Courses)

3-4 years

INR 13.14 L

Others UG (6 Courses)

4-5 years

INR 12.45 L - 13.04 L

MBA/PGDM (1 Course)

1 year

INR 33.93 L

What are the University of Saskatchewan Admission Dates for 2024?

Note that the application deadlines vary from course to course and as per the admission intakes at the undergraduate level. However, for some of the undergraduate courses for January 2024, the international application deadline is September 01, 2023. For the popular graduate courses at USask, the tentative application deadlines are given below:


Application Deadline


Mar end

MSc in Computer Science

Ear Jan

Read: How to Apply for UG & PG Courses in Canada?

How to prepare for IELTS while applying to University of Saskatchewan?

Students appearing for IELTS must know its format, the best books to prepare, and some of the tips and tricks to crack it. Know the detailed IELTS Preparation Tips here to achieve a good score.

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Since IELTS Reading section is one of the trickiest sections of the exam but, with a proper strategy, one can get a good score in this section. Check the IELTS Reading Tips from here.

Why is IELTS Listening section so hard?

IELTS Listening section is a high-scoring section in the whole IELTS exam for many candidates. However, to complete this section on time, the candidates must follow IELTS Listening Tips.

Is IELTS Speaking very difficult?

One of the highest-scoring modules of IELTS exam is its Speaking section. If the candidates follow the set do’s and don’ts then they can get the desired score. Ace this section by following IELTS Speaking Tips given here.

Is Writing the hardest part of IELTS?

IELTS Writing is one of the trickiest sections of the exam. To score well in this section, the candidates must pay attention to even the smallest of details like punctuation and spelling mistakes. In order to ace the Writing section, check the detailed IELTS Writing Tips from here.

Can I pass IELTS without coaching?

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  • 50% students never faced discrimination in this university
Part time work4
Post study jobs4.5
Quality of faculty4
Student Life3
Value for money3.5
Public transportation3
Indian Food4.5
Permanent Immigration4.5
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B.Com in Management - Batch of 2026
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One of the best , I would say in the whole of canada
Tips: Students should also know about the weather during winter which can be very cold. I have seen many students change universities because of the weather. Talking solely of the university, it is one of the best ones in the country. There are many internships available starting from the second year.
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B.Com in Finance - Batch of 2025
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Good University with a small town vibe
Tips: There may be a fee hike, so please do research on that as there was a huge fee hike this year(2022) of around 10k Canadian dollars. For the program of bachelor of commerce, this university has a good business school. Not much to do in the city for leisure, also, very harsh winters.
Likes (Permanent Immigration): Very easy path for permanent residence. Many people who come to this city get their PR approved as soon as their graduation gets completed. If you like small town vibe, this city is for you, or you can change places after you get your permanent residency.
Dislikes (Safety): The second day in the city I wasn’t aware of the safety concerns and went exploring the city and got robbed. The university area is pretty much safe with protective services but the downtown is not a place to go alone. The safety inside university has no concerns.
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