Graduate Studies and Research
Graduate studies includes master's and doctorate degree study, which is taken after a significant period of undergraduate or bachelor's degree study. Admission to a master's program generally requires the following:
- a bachelor's degree (four year) or recognized equivalent from an accredited university-level institution
- a competitive academic standing based on country-specific admission requirements
- sufficient undergraduate background to carry out graduate work in a chosen field
- proof of English proficiency
Choice is abundant in the College of Graduate Studies and Research, offering over 71 master's programs and over 48 doctorate programs. With a range of programs to choose from and world-class research, it is no wonder almost 2,500 graduate students choose the U of S each year!
Funding opportunities are available to graduate students at the University of Saskatchewan, including scholarships, teaching fellowships, research assistantships and external scholarships.
More information is available online for the College of Graduate Studies and Research:
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