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How to Apply

1: Submit Application Form

Submit your application for admission or re-admission/faculty transfer online, or send in a paper application form (see below). Your application form includes what program you are applying to, your educational background, and your important contact information.

For details on how to choose the correct Application Type in the online form, make sure to review the Application Guide based on your educational background and program or faculty of interest at the U of R!

If you are applying to Nursing (SCBScN), access your application form and additional instructions at sasknursingdegree.ca.

2: Pay Application Fee

There is a $100 (CAD) application fee required. You can pay your application fee by credit card when submitting your application form online.

To arrange alternative payment methods, please contact your Admissions Office.

3: Submit Required Documents

Every application type has specific documents that must be submitted in support of the application. Depending on your application, this could include:

  • High School Transcripts
  • College or University Transcripts
  • Statement of Intent
  • References
  • Portfolio Components

For details on the supporting documents you need and how to submit them for your application, check out our Application Guide!

Not Sure Which Program is Right for You?

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Meet with an Enrolment Counsellor!

Prospective undergraduate students can meet with an Enrolment Counsellor to discuss program options before applying!

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Contact Your Admissions Office

Applications are processed by different offices on campus. Here's how to contact the one you need:

Enrolment Services

The Enrolment Services office provides support for domestic students applying for admission to undergraduate programs. This includes students who are Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, or refugees.

Domestic students can book an appointment with an Enrolment Counsellor for support on choosing a program, preparing for university, and beginning the application.

International Enrolment Services

The International Enrolment Services office provides support for international students applying for admission to undergraduate programs. This includes students who would be attending the U of R on a study permit or student visa.

International students can meet with an Enrolment Counsellor to get support on program selection, applications, and preparing to study in Canada.

Graduate Studies

The Graduate Studies office provides support for domestic and international students applying for admission to the Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research (FGSR).

Centre For Continuing Education

The Centre for Continuing Education provides support for students applying to select certificate and diploma programs, the High School Accelerated program, and non-credit programs and courses.