U of S Transfer Scholarships
Students transferring from another post-secondary institution who apply for admission to the University of Saskatchewan prior to May 1 will be automatically considered for transfer scholarships.
Students with an awards average in the following ranges will receive:
|85% or greater||$2,000|
|80% to 84.9%||$1,500|
|78% to 79.9%||$1,000|
There is also a $2,500 transfer scholarship offered to the student with the highest transfer scholarship average from select post-secondary institutions.
Who is eligible?
Eligible transfer students must be entering a direct entry program at the U of S. In addition, students must have completed a minimum of 24 transferable credits (or equivalent) at an accredited post-secondary institution in the academic year (September–April) immediately preceding their transfer to the U of S. Alternatively, international transfer students meeting English proficiency requirements could also be eligible if they have attended full-time studies (defined as two terms per year) at the U of S Language Centre immediately preceding tranfer to the U of S.
Students must also complete a minimum of 18 credit units during the academic year (September–April) in which the scholarship is received. If a student is dual registered, a minimum of 9 of the 18 required credit units must be U of S courses.
How is the average calculated?
Only those students with a 78% (B+) or above average will be eligible for transfer scholarships. The average may be calculated based on either the first term (and/or the entire year) of the year immediately preceding transfer to the U of S, depending on the time of application. For students who block transfer via articulation agreements, the average used will be the total cumulative average.
Was this page helpful?
What could make this page better?
If you have any questions that weren't answered by our website, contact us.