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Academic Support

Learning Communities: a small group of students who share common courses, interests, and/or residence.

Transition Programs: unique programs for first year students transitioning from high school to university.

Academic Help: specialized help for math, academic writing, and study skills.


We are the second-largest college at the University of Saskatchewan, and we have graduated over 30,000 students in our 80-year history. We believe that education reaches beyond the classroom to shape futures and impact lives. It is through our innovative programming—and the increasingly practical nature of our programs—that our education students are trained to succeed. Our experienced and caring faculty support students from the first day of classes through to graduation.

Hands on Learning

There's no better place to learn to be an effective teacher than in schools, working directly with students. That's why, at the U of S, we ensure that you will have multiple opportunities to put your teaching skills to work.

Direct Entry Admission

Direct-entry admission to the College of Education is now available for students applying to the Bachelor of Education program directly from high school or without the necessary university-level prerequisites to enter the sequential program. 

Sequential Admission

Applications for the sequential, or non-direct entry admission option, for which students complete 60 credit units of pre-education coursework in the College of Arts and Science before applying for admission to the College of Education will continue to be accepted for 2017-2018.

Application deadline extended until March 1, 2017!

These programs require university-level prerequisites before entry. This route gives you an advanced understanding of subject matter prior to commencing your teacher training.

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