ScholarshipsFor undergraduate students
By applying for admission, paying the application fee and submitting your grades, you will be automatically considered for a Guaranteed Entrance Scholarship. Competitive Entrance Awards are based on academic achievement, financial need, and/or contributions to school and community life. These awards also recognize particular backgrounds, acknowledge contributions to certain clubs, and reward achievement in music or athletics.
Undergraduate awards for continuing students are open to full-time students who have successfully completed at least one year of study at the University of Saskatchewan, except where otherwise stated.
To be considered for an undergraduate scholarship a student must have successfully completed a minimum of 18 credit units in the previous fall and winter terms (September to April). However, calculation of the academic average will be based on all courses attempted during the fall and winter terms.
To be considered for an undergraduate bursary a student must have successfully completed a minimum of 18 credit units in the previous fall and winter terms (September to April). However, calculation of the award average will be based on all courses attempted during the fall and winter terms.
Saskatchewan Indigenous Mentorship Network
There are a variety of funding opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students and new investigators with a focus on fostering student mentorship in research in the fields of Indigenous health and wellness. Please click here for more details. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
The Saskatchewan Indigenous Mentorship Network is a team of 75+ university faculty, graduate students, and administrators who received a Canadian Institutes for Health Research Training Grant to develop a provincial-based Indigenous Mentorship Network Program (IMNP) to support Indigenous graduate students,