University of Regina

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The University of Regina is a public research institution located in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada. Began operating in 1911 as a high school for the private Methodist Church of Canada. Out of all universities worldwide, Regina University is ranked 935th. It is ranked #1001–1200 in the 2023 QS World University Rankings. In the Times Higher Education World University Rankings, the University of Regina is ranked 601st. A description of the University of Regina, a university in Canada and the 902nd-best university in the world. Acceptance rates at U of R range from 80 to 90%.

Entry Requirements:


School-certified document of examination results from either 10th and 12th year First Class/Division or 65%

International Baccalaureate with a minimum of 24 points as the equivalent of Secondary Level Standing.

A-levels: AAA–ABBB


A graduating average of at least 70 percent from a four-year baccalaureate degree (or equivalent) is required for admission to all programs except for English, History, Mathematics, and Statistics and the Master of Public Administration where the required average is 75 percent.

English Language requirements:

Undergraduate / Postgraduate

IELTS:6.5 overall, 6.0 each

TOEFL:86 overall, 20 in each band

PTE: 63 overall,59 each

The University of Regina’s fees

Arts Degree: 22,356

Business Degree:  26,308

Engineering Degree:  25,182

Education 23,062

Health Sciences 24,884

Law 22,356

Nursing: 24,884

Psychology: 23,660

Science Degree: 23,660


Arts Degree

Business Degree: 26,810–30,298

Engineering Degree: 30,298

Education 26,801

Health Sciences 26,810

Science Degree: 26,810

Engineering Management: 30,298

Project management: 26,810

Renewable energy:  26,810

Environmental Science: 26,810

Environmental Engineering:30,298

Data Science: 23,660

MBA: 30,298

Psychology: 26,810


Priority deadline for ALL programs1 for fall March 15

Priority deadline for ALL programs 2 June 1

For Graduation

Apply for graduation through UR-Self-Service on Jan 31, 2023

Application Fee:

There is a one-time undergraduate application fee of $100 that must be submitted with the application form

Living cost

Residence: $6964

Food: $4620

Miscellaneous (personal items, clothing, phone, transportation, entertainment, etc.  $2500

University of Regina scholarship:

Undergraduate / Postgraduate


All international students applying to an undergraduate degree program will be automatically considered for this award.

Students must have an admission average of at least 85%.

Students receive their choice of either $3,000 in tuition credit or eight months of campus housing.


4 awards for international degree-seeking students with the highest admission averages from identified regions around the world. Students entering the Fall semester will be automatically considered for this award.

$5,000 awarded in the first year, renewable each year if criteria are met.

Students will also receive on-campus housing as long as they continue to meet the criteria.



This award will present in winter 2023 only to 20 new international undergraduate students:

One award will present to each student with the highest admission average from twenty different countries.

Students must enroll full time in any undergraduate program at the University of Regina.

Selection will on basis of the final admission average. Students have to submit their final transcripts before consider for this award.

Funding for this award made possible by the Government of Saskatchewan through the Saskatchewan Innovation and Opportunity Scholarship program.

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