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The University of Regina, founded in 1911, is a public research university based in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada. The University offers 200 academic programs across 10 faculties at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels.

When you choose to study at the University of Regina, you’re getting more than an excellent education, you’re also partnering with an institution that truly cares about your success.

The University of Regina provides a dynamic, innovative and supportive learning experience with a growing national reputation for excellence in teaching and research. The University's comprehensive services and programs prepare students to excel in local and global communities, and its research opportunities attract the best and brightest minds.

From the ancient temples and futuristic cityscapes of Asia, to the bustling cities and romantic scenery of Europe, to the sophistication of Washington, to the natural wonders of South America, University of Regina students have a life changing opportunity to gain academic credits and travel the world. Having an international experience adds greater value to your degree and gives you a competitive edge.

Notable Alumini:

•             Bob Boyer (1948–2004), visual artist, Professor and Head of Indian Fine Arts, SIFC.

•             Gail Bowen, playwright and writer of mystery novels, was associate professor of English at First Nations University

•             Lorne Calvert, Premier of Saskatchewan (2001–2007)

•             Ruth Chambers, ceramics and installation artist

•             Sylvain Charlebois, food and agriculture expert

•             Jason Clermont, Canadian Football Player

•             Saros Cowasjee, novelist, short story writer, critic, anthologist, screenwriter

•             Jonathan Denis, Alberta MLA and Minister of Housing and Urban Affairs (1997)

•             Shadia B. Drury, professor of political science and philosophy; Canada Research Chair in Social Justice

IELTS(International English Language Testing System)      

MINIMUM SCORE REQUIRED For All Faculties (Except Nursing)

Overall Band score of 6.0, with no band less than 5.5

MINIMUM for FACULTY OF NURSING     

Overall Band score of 7.0 with no band less than 5.0 and 7.0 or higher in Speaking

PG – 6.5 band with no band less than 6.0

 

GRADUATE REQUIREMENTS:

One of the following from the 10th year:

•             School Leaving Certificate

•             All India Secondary School Certificate

•             India Certificate of Secondary Education

AND

One of the following from the 12th year:

•             State Higher Secondary Certificate

•             All India and Delhi Senior School Certificate

•             India School Certificate

POST GRADUATE REQUIREMENTS

•             Original transcript of grades from all post-secondary institutions attended (must be sent directly from the institution or in an institution sealed envelope)

•             Diploma (where attained)

Indivisual courses have specific requirements . Please refer to the specific course catalogue for details.

Pre-Professional Programs (1- 4 Years)

Pre-Agriculture

Pre-Chiropractic Medicine

Pre-Dentistry

Pre-Law

Pre-Medicine

Pre-Nutrition

Pre-Occupational Therapy

Pre-Optometry

Pre-Pharmacy

Pre-Physical Therapy

Pre-Professional Programs (Non-Specific)

Pre-Veterinary Medicine

Certificate (1 - 2 Years) 

Administration (Indigenous Management) Certificate

Advanced Certificate in Justice Studies

Certificate in Justice Studies

Certificate in Media, Art, and Performance

Certificate in Administration - Level 1

Certificate in Administration - Level 2

Certificate in Chinese

Certificate in Computer Science

Certificate in Dance Teacher Education

Certificate in Economics

Certificate in Extended Studies

Certificate in Extended Studies - Inclusive Education

Certificate in First Nations Language Instruction

Certificate in French as a Second Language

Certificate in German

Certificate in Health Studies

Certificate in Indian Communication Arts

Certificate in Indian Fine Arts

Certificate in Indigenous Health Practice

Certificate in Indigenous Health Studies

Certificate in Intercultural Leadership

Certificate in International Studies

Certificate in Japanese

Certificate in Local Government Authority

Certificate in Pastoral Studies

Certificate in Political and International Governance

Certificate in Public Relations

Certificate in Spanish

Certificate in Visual Arts

Extended Studies in Aboriginal Education Certificate

Extended Studies in First Nations Language Certificate

First Nations Interdisciplinary Studies Certificate

First Nations Language Instructor Certificate

Hospitality, Tourism and Gaming Entertainment Management Certificate

Liberal Arts Certificate

Advanced Certificate in Local Government Authority

Diploma (2 Years)

Diploma in Justice Studies

Diploma of Business Administration

Liberal Arts Diploma

Bachelor Degree (4 Years)

Accounting

Actuarial Science

Anthropology

Applied Physics

Art History

Arts (unsure of major)

Indigenous Environmental Science

Biochemistry

Biology

Business Administration (unsure of major)

Certificate in Indigenous Health Practice

Chemistry

Chinese

Classical and Medieval Studies

Computer Science

Creative Technologies

Creative Writing (English)

Dance

Economics

Education (unsure of major)

Education - Arts

Education - Community Based

Education - Elementary

Education - NORTEP (Northern Teacher Education Program)

Education - NTEP (Nunavut Teacher Education Program)

Education - Indigenous (Elementary)

Education - Indigenous (Secondary)

Education - Secondary

Education - Saskatchewan Urban Teacher Education (SUNTEP)

Education - YNTEP (Yukon Native Teacher Education Program)

English

Entrepreneurship

Environmental Biology

Environmental Geoscience

Environmental Health & Science

Environmental Studies

Film Production

Film Studies

Finance

Media, Art, and Performance (unsure of major)

French

Geographic Information Science

Geography

Geology

German

Gerontology

Health Promotion

Health Studies

History

Human Justice

Human Kinetics

Human Resource Management

Indian Fine Arts

Indigenous Languages & Literature (Cree or Saulteaux)

Indigenous Education - Elementary

Indigenous Education - Secondary

Indigenous Health Studies

Indigenous Social Work (Qualifying)

Indigenous Studies

International Business

International Studies

Japanese

Journalism (Pre-Journalism)

Kinesiology (unsure of major)

Linguistics

Management

Marketing

Mathematics

Music

Nursing

Philosophy

Philosophy, Politics and Economics

Physics

Police Studies

Political Science

Psychology

Religious Studies

Resource and Environmental Studies

Science (unsure of major)

Social Work (Pre-Social Work)

Sociology and Social Studies

Software Systems Development

Spanish

Sport and Recreation Management

Statistics

Theatre (Acting, Production, Design)

Therapeutic Recreation

Visual Arts

Women's & Gender Studies

Bachelor Degree (5 Years) 

Education - Dance

Education - Music

Engineering (unsure of major)

Engineering - Electronic Systems

Engineering - Environmental Systems

Engineering - Industrial Systems

Engineering - Software Systems

Engineering - Petroleum Systems

Music Education

                             

 

 

POST GRADUATE & DOCTORATE  COURSES

Anthropology                   

Applied Economics and Policy Analysis

Biochemistry                    

Biology               

Business Administration               

Canadian Plains Studies(Interdisciplinary)

Chemistry                          

Computer Science                                                                       

Education                          

Engineering                                      

English                

MAP - Fine Arts (Interdisciplinary)                            

Geography                        

Geology                             

Gerontology                     

History                

Indigenous Social Work                                              

Journalism                         

Justice Studies                  

Linguistics

Mathematics/Statistics                 

MAP - Music                     

Nursing               

Philosophy                        

Physics                

Police Studies                   

Political Science

Psychology                                                                     

Religious Studies                            

Social and Political Thought                       

Social Work                      

Sociology/Social Studies               

MAP - Theatre*                              

MAP - Visual Arts                           

Visiting Research Student                           

Women's and Gender Studies

                             

 

Life in a University of Regina residence encourages you to build friendships and participate in the social and educational activities available on campus. The  residences are some of the most affordable in Canada. There are 1,200 fully-furnished rooms in four residences, including an amazing new residence that has recently opened. You will always have a private bedroom, whether you live by yourself, with a roommate, or in dormitory or apartment-style housing.

The Main (Wascana) Campus has residence space for about 1,200 students on-campus. Each bedroom is single-occupant, but many spaces on campus are designed to facilitate double occupancy, increasing capacity if required to address high demand without building additional residence space. The University of Regina residences have enlivened campus life from the somewhat bleak atmosphere of its founding days:

•             College West, the first on-campus residential accommodation, constructed in 1972.  Offers apartment-style residence living. The building also houses classrooms, academic and business offices and the Bookstore, previously located first in the Classroom Building and then the Administration Humanities Building.

•             La Résidence in the Language Institute, gives priority to francophone students and those studying international languages. Offers dorm-style residence living. It maintains a French-speaking student atmosphere.

•             Wakpá Tower (South) and Paskwaw Tower (North) Residences, completed in 2004.  Two symmetrical, twelve-floor towers housing apartment, studio, and dorm-style residences. These buildings form the centre pinnacle for the campus and also house both External/Alumni Relations and the Faculty of Graduate Studies & Research.

•             Luther College Residences, part of Luther College (the University's second federated college and second on-campus residence), opened in 1971. Luther offers more traditional dorm-style residences with some shared facilities.

The University of Regina internally designates a significant portion of spaces annually to incoming (first year) students in an effort to facilitate the growing number of non-resident (international, out-of-province, rural) students choosing to live on-campus.

The University of Regina is pleased to offer a number of scholarships and awards to help you pay for school.  There are two types of programs available:

Automatic Entrance Scholarships

Application Required Entrance Scholarships and Awards

There are many scholarships that look at a combination of your admission average and other extracurricular activities that require you to fill out an application. Award values range from $500 to $23,000.  All applications and supporting documents must be received at the University of Regina by the deadline.

Students can look up awards and apply online using SAMS (Student Awards Management System).

SAMS (Student Awards Management System) is the tool you can use to search for and apply for awards at the University of Regina.  There are lots of different awards available, some that require an application and others that are automatic.


Quick Facts


INSTITUTION TYPEPUBLIC

FOUNDING YEAR1911

CAMPUSURBAN

FEES

Fees starts around 21,000 CAD$ per year and varies from course to course

COST OF LIVING

Students can expect to budget approximately $1,000 per month for ALL living costs.

UNIVERSITY WEBSITE

http://www.uregina.ca


RANKING OF UNIVERSITIES


World Ranking                     :         700

Country Rank                       :         28

Presence                               :         2297

Impact                                   :         764

Openness                              :          612

Excellence                             :          836


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3737 Wascana Parkway, Regina, Saskatchewan, S4S 0A2, Canada

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