Applying for admission to direct-entry programs
Agriculture and Bioresources, Arts and Science, Education, Edwards School of Business, Engineering, Kinesiology
While the application deadlines for some programs have already passed, we are continuing to accept new applications for admission to the 2020 Fall Term from within Canada for programs in:
- Arts and Science
We are also accepting applications from within Canada and from international students for the 2021 Winter Term for programs in:
- Agriculture and Bioresources
- Arts and Science
- Edwards School of Business
After you have submitted your application for admission, upload your most up-to-date transcript, report card or other statement of marks and any other required items that appear in your Supplemental Items list.
USask can consider you for conditional admission based on the information you are able to provide at this time.
If you receive an offer of conditional admission, your letter will contain the conditions you will be required to meet, such as providing your official transcripts before you start your classes.
Conditional admission means you are admitted to the University of Saskatchewan but you need to meet certain conditions before you can start taking classes. The most common condition is arranging for an appropriate authority to send us your final, official transcript(s) once you have finished your current program or year of study.
Remember you can be considered for conditional admission without your final, official marks. Upload your most up-to-date transcript or report card to be considered for conditional admission.
If you think your final marks will be delayed past the start of your intended entry term, let us know by email at email@example.com. We are actively working on solutions to minimize the impact to applicants, including document deadline extensions. We will consider your situation and work with you to determine if it will be possible for you to provide your final marks before your planned start date, or if your admission will need to be deferred to a future term.
English language tests
Due to the suspension of common English language tests offered at in-person testing centres, such as IELTS and TOEFL, USask will accept Duolingo English Test (DET) scores and TOEFL iBT Special Home Edition scores for undergraduate direct-entry programs only for admission to the 2020-21 academic year.
Please refer to the English proficiency requirements page for up-to-date information about acceptable proof of English language proficiency:
- Undergraduate direct-entry
(Agriculture and Bioresources, Arts and Science, Education, Edwards School of Business, Engineering, Kinesiology)
Some undergraduate programs at USask have higher English language proficiency requirements:
The University of Saskatchewan offers joint admission to direct-entry bachelor's degree programs + ESL at the USask Language Centre for students who meet the academic requirements for admission but cannot provide proof of English proficiency.
Direct-entry degree programs include those offered by: Agriculture and Bioresources, Arts and Science, Education, Edwards School of Business, Engineering and Kinesiology.
If you have already applied and want to be considered for joint admission, contact the Admissions Office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you will be unable to arrive in time for the start of your planned entry term, let us know at email@example.com. For direct-entry programs (Agriculture and Bioresources, Arts and Science, Education, Edwards School of Business, Engineering, Kinesiology), your admission will not need to be formally deferred. You will be able to register for classes in any later term in the same academic year.
For example: If you have been admitted to the College of Arts and Science for the 2020 Summer Term, you can register for and start classes in the 2020 Fall Term or 2021 Winter Term instead.
If you need to start your program later this academic year, we recommend you also contact an academic advisor in your college to discuss whether a delay in your start term might affect your program progression.
Your admission may need to be deferred or, in some cases, you may need to reapply if you will not be able to begin classes until 2021 Spring Term or later.
If you have been admitted to a non-direct entry or professional program, such as dentistry, law, nursing, nutrition, pharmacy, veterinary medicine, etc., contact the college to which you have been admitted directly.
Please visit the International Students page for up-to-date information regarding travel, entering Canada and study permits.