University of Saskachewan Guaranteed Entrance Scholarship is currently open for undergraduates. It is one of the least selective universities across the world, so, there is a high chance of being awarded the scholarship if you meet all the requirements and submit your application before deadline. You will automatically be considered for a Guaranteed Entrance Scholarship when you apply for admission. These scholarships recognize your academic achievements and are awarded based on your admission average.
Level/Field of study:
You will be considered automatically for a Guaranteed Entrance Scholarship if you are:
- a current high school (secondary) student who plans to come to USask after you graduate, or
- a student who has already graduated from high school (secondary) but has little or no previous post-secondary education (less than 18 transferable credit units).
High school students with minimum of 85% grade who wish to pursue a degree at Usask.
The scholarship value is determined by the admission average of the student:
- 93% to 94.9%($2,000)
- 90% to 92.9%($1,000)
- 85% to 89.9%($500)
About the school:
The University of Saskachewan is rated 301–400 in the world and 13–18 in Canada. The University of Saskatchewan is a Canadian Public Research University, founded on March 19, 1907. The University of Saskatchewan is a Canadian Leading University.
The University of Saskatchewan accommodates more than 22,000 students. There are about 18,000 undergraduates, 3,400 graduates, 450 post-grads, and 200 students taking non-degree programs. USask accommodates over 3,000 international students from 130 countries.
According to various international university ranking bodies, the University of Saskatchewan is among the top 530 institutions across the globe in terms of education quality and available learning resources. It is also regarded as the 20th best university in Canada based on various academic-related factors.
The University of Saskatchewan competes internationally based on its overall performance and it is also known for its productivity per subject. The most popular subject is Agricultural Sciences which is ranked 89th in the best global subjects’ rankings. Other best performing courses include Environment, Biotechnology and Applied Microbiology, and Plant & Animal Science, all of which appear in the top-200 category.