Wednesday, January 08, 2020

U of Saskatchewan: Important Deadlines

Important admissions deadlines approaching

February 15 is the deadline to apply for admission for the 2020 Fall Term (September) for:
March 1 is the deadline to submit transcripts and supporting documents required for admission for the programs listed above.

Competitive Entrance Awards

Competitive Entrance Awards include numerous scholarships and bursaries that can be accessed by students with diverse experiences. All entering students are encouraged to apply. These awards are valued between $500 - $32,000.

Apply for admission by: Feb 15
Apply for awards and submit supplemental items like transcripts by: March 1

Residence guaranteed placement 

Students entering their first year of studies at USask will receive guaranteed placement at Voyageur Place Residence if they apply for Residence before January 31, 2020.

Thursday, December 12, 2019

UCalgary Engineering Entrance Scholarships

This fall, the Schulich School of Engineering is again offering up to 50 entrance scholarships valued at $4,000 each. The Diversity Champions in Engineering Awards will support students who have overcome barriers while pursuing their education, those who have worked to promote inclusion in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM), and those who have ideas for how to make our school and profession more inclusive. All applicants to first-year engineering are eligible to apply for the awards.
According to Engineers Canada, only one per cent of undergraduate students in Canadian engineering programs identified as Indigenous Peoples, and only 20.7 per cent as female in 2016. Women account for only 12.8 per cent of the practicing profession of engineering in Canada. 
It is critical we continue to bring together a variety of perspectives within engineering for the profession to thrive.
Students who would benefit from these awards, encourages to apply for engineering at the University of Calgary and complete this brief award application. If they send it to us at by January 9, 2020 they will be eligible for consideration.

Wednesday, December 11, 2019

Holiday Break Scholarships!

Are you looking for ways to turn some holiday time into opportunities to help fund your post-secondary education?

Click HERE for a list of scholarships to work on during Christmas break!

Wednesday, November 06, 2019

U of S Early Admission and Scholarship Deadlines

Early admission deadline is December 1

December 1 is the deadline to apply for early admission* for the 2020 Fall Term (September) for:
*Students must submit transcripts and supporting documents by December 1 for early admission.

Combined Kinesiology and Education program

Students are now able to enter directly from high school into the Combined Bachelor of Science Kinesiology/Bachelor of Education program.

This five-year program is designed for students who intend to teach physical education at the Secondary level.

The benefit of this combined degree is that you will graduate in five years with two degrees with a concentrated knowledge of teaching physical education to high school students.

Visit our website to learn about admissions requirements and deadlines, program options and career opportunities for this program.

Best and Brightest Entrance Scholarships

Best and Brightest Entrance Scholarships are USask’s highest valued, renewable entrance scholarships and are awarded based on academics, leadership and contributions to school and community life. These scholarships are valued up to $40,000.

Five of these awards, known as the Circle of Honour Awards, are designated for Indigenous students.

Apply for admission and submit supplemental items like transcripts by: Dec 1
Apply for awards by: Dec 15

Monday, November 04, 2019

Spend-a-Day at Biggar Great Plains College

Spend-A-Day at our Biggar Campus is coming up on Monday, November 18, 2019. This is a day for students to spend the day in the classroom of a program that they are interested in. This day will include a tour, hands on activities, program information prizes and lunch!

Programs available at our Biggar Campus:
  • Continuing Care Assistant
  • Practical Nursing
  • Electrician

Friday, October 25, 2019

Applications for Education, U of R

Students applying to the four year Elementary, Secondary, and Arts Education programs, as well as the five year programs (B.Ed./B.Kin, B.Mus Ed, and B.Ed/B.Sci) no longer need to complete the Teacher Education Application Profile (TEAP). Removing the TEAP will allow greater access to the direct entry English program, attracting a more diverse group of future teachers with varied skill sets, experiences, and backgrounds. Please note, however, that students applying to le Bac, or the After Degree (BEAD) programs will still need to complete the TEAP. Also note that the B. Mus.Ed program still requires it's audition component prior to finalizing acceptances.
To apply to the four year Elementary, Secondary, and Arts Education programs, as well as the five year programs (B.Ed./B.Kin, B.Mus Ed,and B.Ed/B.Sci ) students must select their appropriate Application Type from the drop down menu (ex: High School Student, College/University Student, etc.) on the online application. They will then select their preferred program under the Planned Program of Study (ex: Secondary Social Studies Education). This is the same process your students applying to most of the programs at the U of R follow, such as those applying to Arts, Engineering, Kinesiology, etc. They are also able to complete the paper application for undergraduate admission, if they prefer.
Student applying to le Bac must select Baccalauréat en éducation as their Application Type from the drop down menu when completing the online application.

Upcoming Events at the U of Regina

DATE: November 7, 2019
TIME: 9:30 am - 3:30 pm

DATE: November 7, 2019
TIME: 9:30 am - 3:00 pm

DATE: November 8, 2019
TIME: 8:30 am - 2:45 pm

DATE: November 12, 2019
TIME: 6:30 - 8:30 pm

Wednesday, October 23, 2019

"What is Engineering?"

Friday, November 15, 2019   ●   9 am–3:30 pm 
University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon campus
At this event, students will learn what an engineer does, why engineering is about more than math and science and why employers want to hire USask engineers.

At "What is Engineering?" students will experience:
  • hands-on activities
  • discussions with engineering students, current engineers, and our professors
  • a building tour and a sample engineering lecture from an award-winning professor
Guidance counsellors, parents, and other advisors are invited to attend a special question-and-answer session to learn more about USask Engineering.

Questions? Please contact the Engineering Student Centre at 306-966-5274 or