Registration Information

Once you are a University of Regina student, you are eligible to register for courses for upcoming terms. The Registrar's Office has many resources for current students, including information on how to register for courses.

For more information, visit the Registrar's Office website.

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

Studies outside Canada
All of the time you spent studying online at a PGWP-eligible DLI from outside Canada between March 2020 and August 31, 2022, counts toward the length of a PGWP.

This policy changed as of September 1, 2022.

Find out if these changes affect you and how.

The following time won’t count toward the length of a PGWP:

  • time spent studying outside of Canada after December 31, 2023
  • time spent studying before you applied for a study permit
Studies inside Canada
Until August 31, 2024, you must complete at least 50% of your program online or in class in Canada.
Starting September 1, 2024, you must complete at least 50% of your program in class in Canada.
For more information, please visit the IRCC website.

Course Registration for International Students: Spring/Summer 2024

If you are currently inside Canada, have a valid study permit, and are in compliance with the conditions on the study permit, you can proceed with registration for the Spring/Summer 2024 term at the University of Regina. If you would like to register for courses for the Spring/Summer 2024 term, a copy of your valid study permit and passport must be provided to the UR International office via email at
If you are currently outside Canada, you must provide the UR International office with a copy of your Letter of Introduction, passport, flight ticket details, and pay all tuition and fees according to the deadlines listed below. Your Letter of Introduction can be emailed to
Important: As of January 1, 2024, all University of Regina international students will be required to be inside Canada and must submit copies of their valid study permit and passport. Students who fail to do so will be withdrawn from their courses.
New International Students: Immigration Document Submission Requirement
If you would like to start your studies in the Spring/Summer 2024 term, you must provide UR International with a copy of the following documents:
  • Passport
  • Study Permit (for students who have entered Canada)
  • Letter of Introduction (for students who are still outside Canada)
  • Flight Ticket Details (for students who are still outside Canada)
These documents must be provided to UR International via email at
Once the aforementioned documents are received, the University of Regina International Office will provide the next steps to ensure your course registration meets your study permit conditions, as well as arrange orientation sessions with you.  
Courses are offered at different times throughout the Spring/Summer term. To understand which document submission deadline applies to you, refer to the table below:
If your courses:
Your document submission deadline is:
Begin in May and end in August May 7, 2024 at 11:59PM (CST)
Begin in May and end in June May 9, 2024 at 11:59PM (CST)
Begin in July and end in August July 3, 2024 at 11:59PM (CST)
Failure to provide required immigration documents by the outlined dates will result in withdrawal from classes in the Spring/Summer 2024 term.

Defer Enrolment to a Future Semester

Students who would like to defer their enrolment should refer to their acceptance letter for eligible enrolment terms. Eligible enrolment terms will either be one (1) year from the Acceptance Letter issue date or specific entry terms will be listed directly on the Acceptance Letter.

If your acceptance letter does not include Spring/Summer 2024, or future terms, as an eligible entry term, please contact the applicable admissions office as listed below:

International Enrolment Services

Faculty of Graduate Studies & Research 

Before you make a decision, it is also highly important that you are well-informed of the IRCC policies while you prepare for arrival to Canada in the future.