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University of Regina

EC Quick Facts

Which EC course should I take

  • Intensive Course (30 lessons per week)

TOEFL waiver granted for

Graduates of the agreed pathway level with EC

Why University of Regina?

The University of Regina has roots in Regina College, a small residential high school established by the Methodist church in 1911. The College grew in size and significance becoming a campus of the University of Saskatchewan and, ultimately, an independent degree granting university - the University of Regina - in 1974. 
The University of Regina is Saskatchewan's leading experience-based learning university, located in the province's capital. The preferred institution for nearly 13,000 students and 2,800 faculty/staff, the U of R offers nearly 200 academic programs across ten faculties and three federated colleges. Experience small classes, world-class research, personal attention and a beautiful campus! Their main campus and historic College Avenue campus utilize 239 acres and provide an attractive study and work environment for our students, faculty and staff. 
The University of Regina is a welcoming, student-focused institution that combines deep-rooted values with innovative thinking, classroom theory with real world practice, and global ideas with regional needs. They aspire to be one of Canada's best comprehensive universities.

Degrees offered
  • Bachelor of Business Administration
  • Bachelor of Arts in Humanities & Social sciences
  • Bachelor of Education
  • Bachelor of Engineering & Applied Science
  • Bachelor of Fine Arts
  • Bachelor of Kinesiology & Health Studies
  • Bachelor of Nursing
  • Bachelor of Science
  • Bachelor of Social work
  • Bachelor of Pre-Professional Programs
Annual Tuition
  • Bachelor -$15,089 (Arts): $16,913 (Engineering)


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

Application Information

Application deadlines

Semester Intake (most programs): Fall, Spring/Summer and Winter.

Program specific application deadline:
School of Journalism: Fall semester – January 15
Education: Fall Semester – March 1
Social Work: Fall semester – March 1
      Winter Semester – September 1
      Spring/Summer Semester – January 31

Please note

  • High school graduation
    Please check program specific requirements
See school website for details!


What do I need to apply?

 Bachelor Application checklist:

  • Completed application form
  • Application fee $100
  • Official secondary Transcripts and Diploma
  • Passport Bio-page and Passport photo

UOR Student Application Process?

Step 1: Prepare necessary documents for admission
Step 2: Pay your non-refundable tuition deposit for the first term (if required)
Step 3: Registrar’s Office will issue you a Letter of Acceptance, for your study permit application.
Step 4: Apply for your study permit at the Canadian visa office.
Step 5: Make your travel arrangements and ensure you arrive on campus prior to the start of orientation.