The Government of Saskatchewan has launched the Saskatchewan Advantage Scholarship for new high school graduates looking to transition to post-secondary studies.
Awards administered by the University of Saskatchewan are not the only awards available to students studying at uSask. Students are encouraged to look for awards from other sources, such as clubs, associations and religious organizations. The following websites may help you find other opportunities to fund your post-secondary education.
- Scholarships Canada
Search over 23, 000 scholarships, including over 900 provided by uSask.
This site's scholarship matching service requires an account, or you can browse through numerous scholarship offerings.
- Universities Canada
Check out employer-sponsored scholarships and scholarships for the public and international students.
- Government of Canada: Scholarships
- Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRCC)
- UnivForum: Canadian Scholarships
Financial aid portal that contains over 300 scholarships, awards and bursaries specifically for post-secondary students with disabilities.
- Government of Saskatchewan
Find programs, financial assistance and job opportunities.
- SaskTel Scholarships for Post-secondary Students
SaskTel offers a number of scholarships to individuals entering or continuing their post-secondary education.
- SGI Scholarships and Awards
SGI has several scholarship programs in place that assist students who are studying in a field related to SGI’s business.
- SGEU Scholarships and Bursaries
A scholarship directory published by the Saskatchewan Government and General Employees' Union (SGEU).
- Gabriel Dumont Institute
Scholarships and bursaries for Saskatchewan Métis students.
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