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Universities, Colleges and Polytechnics


Saskatchewan has two world-class universities that attract students from many countries around the world.

With over 16,000 students from over 50 countries, the University of Regina has been ranked as one of the top 200 best young universities in the world. It is a dynamic institution with 10 faculties and 25 academic departments that deliver over 200 programs of study leading to bachelor, master's and doctoral degrees. The University of Regina has a modern campus located in beautiful Wascana Park, one of the largest urban parks in North America.

The University of Saskatchewan is one of Canada's most historic and distinguished universities with a legacy of excellence in research and education. It is a leading innovator in medical technology, agriculture and scientific endeavours and the University is known for its collaborative approaches in the study of water and food security, energy sustainability and infectious disease. With a student population over 25,000, the University of Saskatchewan welcomes students from 132 countries. At its 17 colleges and schools, the University offers 58 kinds of degrees, diplomas and certificates at bachelor, master and doctoral levels in over 100 program areas.


Saskatchewan Polytechnic is recognized around the world for our international engagement and development projects. With campuses located in the province's four largest cities, Saskatchewan Polytechnic offers career-focused, applied education and research opportunities. More than 150 degree, diploma and certificate programs offered provide rewarding careers in business, information technology, health, mining, transportation and other sectors for graduates. Saskatchewan Polytechnic has a consistently high graduate employment rate and a global reputation for innovative, industry-focused programming.

Regional Colleges

Saskatchewan's regional colleges are located in vibrant, welcoming and safe smaller communities throughout the province. These colleges offer high-quality studies in an environment of smaller classes (40 students or less) and a friendly relaxed atmosphere. You can take courses and programs in trades, skills training and academic studies leading to certificates, diplomas and degrees. Many regional colleges offer programs linked to Saskatchewan Polytechnic and first year university classes that allow students to transfer into one of our universities.

The following Regional Colleges are designated to provide programs for international students:

Study in French

In Saskatchewan, there are several ways you can pursue a world class education in French.

La Cité universitaire francophone at the University of Regina offers select degrees as well as opportunities to study French as a second language.

The Faculty of Education at the University of Regina offers French teaching degrees such as the Baccalauréat en éducation française and the Maîtrise en education française to prepare its graduates to successfully teach at English language schools, at French immersion schools or Fransaskois schools.

Collège Mathieu located in Gravelbourg, Saskatchewan, offers professional and technical training in the fields of administration, education, trades, health and tourism.

Career Colleges

There are exciting opportunities to take training for specific jobs at Saskatchewan Career Colleges, also known as private vocational schools. Programs are available in a variety of areas including business, health care careers, fashion design and office administration.

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