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Registration Information

In response to concerns over the rapid spread of the COVID-19 Omicron variant, in early January the University of Regina is implementing a temporary, two-week shift to fully remote teaching and learning. This means all in-person classes will temporarily be moving to remote delivery.

All classes will now begin later than originally scheduled - on Monday, January 10 - in order to provide time for preparation and planning for the transition to remote delivery. Course delivery will remain remote up to and including Saturday, January 22. The situation will be re-evaluated in mid-January, and updates will be communicated as they become available. 

Leading up to January 10, please check UR Courses for specific information on how to access the remote delivery of your courses.

Post-Graduation Work Permit (PGWP) eligibility and study inside/outside Canada:

If you’re inside Canada

You’re still eligible for the PGWP if

  • your in-person classes in Canada have been moved to an online-only format and you are taking your classes online because of COVID-19, or
  • If you had to stop studying or change to part-time studies between March 2020 and the fall semester in 2020 because of reasons related to COVID-19, you may still be eligible for a PGWP.

If you’re outside of Canada

If you can’t travel to Canada at this time and you’re taking your classes online, you’re still eligible for a PGWP.

To be eligible, you must

  • meet all the other PGWP requirements
  • have been enrolled in a program that was in progress in March 2020, or
  • have started or will start a program between spring 2020 and fall 2021, and
    • you have a study permit, or
    • you’ve been approved for a study permit, or
    • you applied for a study permit before starting your study program
      • your study permit must eventually be approved

How much of your studies count toward a PGWP

You can complete 100% of your studies online from outside Canada.

All your time studying online outside Canada between spring 2020 and August 31, 2022, counts toward the length of a PGWP. This applies even if you’re completing 2 study programs.

If you’re completing 2 study programs, you can finish 100% of your studies online if the programs were ongoing or started between March 2020 and Summer 2022, and

Time spent studying outside Canada after August 31, 2022, won’t count towards the length of a PGWP.

For further information, please visit the IRCC website.


International Student Class Registration: Winter 2022

If you are currently inside or outside Canada, have a valid study permit, and are in compliance with the conditions on the study permit, you can proceed with registration for the Winter 2022 term at the University of Regina.

If you would like to register for courses for the Winter 2022 term, a copy of your valid study permit and passport must be provided to the UR International office via email at international.studentservices@uregina.ca.

Registration of Classes while outside Canada

Students may be eligible to register for classes while outside of Canada, provided that students have already been approved for a study permit.  In this situation, if you wish and choose to register for the courses through distance learning and online teaching platforms during the Winter 2022 term while you are outside Canada, please inform the University of Regina International Office as soon as possible, and we will be happy to support your decision.

New International Students: Immigration Document Submission Requirement

If you would like to start your studies in the Winter 2022 term, you must provide UR International with a copy of your valid passport, and one of the following immigration documents:

  • Valid study permit or
  • Study permit approval letter (letter of Introduction)

The documents must be provided to the International office via email at international.studentservices@uregina.ca by January 20, 2022, 11:59PM (Regina time). Once the aforementioned documents are received, the University of Regina International Office will assist you with class registration and arrange online orientation sessions with you. 

If your application is still in process and you would like to continue studying in the Winter 2022 term:
  • Submit a signed Consent Form with a copy of the Submission Confirmation for Study Permit Application as proof that your application has been submitted to Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC).
If you would like to choose this option, please contact UR International at: International.StudentServices@uregina.ca to receive a Consent Form to sign.
 

New International Students: Tuition Payment Requirement

In addition to the immigration document submission, it is required to make a full payment of tuition and fees for the Winter 2022 term classes.
Tuition payment in full amount must be made by January 31, 2022, 11:59PM (Regina time).

To view your tuition and fees amount to be paid:

  1. Visit UR Self-Service and login with your credentials (your 9-digits student ID number and PIN)
  2. Click "Student Services"
  3. Click "Registration"
  4. Click "Registration Fee Assessment"
  5. Select a Term from the drop down menu
  6. See total charge

To make a payment:

  1. Visit UR Self-Service and login with your credentials (your 9-digits student ID number and PIN)
  2. Click "Student Services"
  3. Click "Registration"
  4. Click "Registration Fee Assessment"
  5. Select a Term from the drop down menu
  6. Click "View Account or Make a Payment" at the bottom of the page
  7. Click "Make a Payment" (green button) and follow the instruction

NOTE: To make a payment from your home country, please visit Flywire page and follow the instruction.

Before you make a decision, it is also highly important that you are well-informed of the IRCC policy while preparing for arrival to Canada in the future: IRCC Policy


Defer enrolment to the Spring/Summer 2022 term

For students who are outside Canada, have received visa/study permit approval and choose not to register for classes in the Winter 2022 term while they are outside Canada, the University of Regina will defer their enrolment to the Spring/Summer 2022 term upon student’s request. The University of Regina will be happy to extend the Letter of Acceptance, if needed. If the student’s Letter of Acceptance does not include the Spring/Summer 2022 term, the student must contact the International Enrolment Services office at: International.Admissions@uregina.ca to obtain a new letter of acceptance to include the Spring/Summer 2022 term.