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Saskatchewan Universities

Globally prominent for being a giant exporter of Potash and Uranium, Saskatchewan province of Canada is also very popular for higher education at university level. Its university of Saskatchewan alone draws around 20,000 international students and researchers every year from countries worldwide, and offers a variety of degrees, diplomas, and certificates in over 100 academic and professional disciplines.

Usha Martin University

About 150,000 alumnae of this university of Saskatchewan are reputed professionals, leaders, and innovators in their respective fields in countries of the world over. Information about other universities in saskatchewan and its colleges, is being provided in below section, separately.

Containing over one million multiethnic population, Saskatchewan is an alluring prairie province in Canada. The bulk portion of Canada's wheat, and many other grains, and many mining related objects or products are produced generously by this naturally fascinating province. Its capital Regina gives home to two famous universities of this province, while Saskatoon is the most populous city of this province. The largest ethnic group is German (over 28%), while the First Nations form about 12% of the total population of Saskatchewan. The economy of Saskatchewan is mainly supported by the sectors of agriculture, mining, energy [oil and natural gas], and forestry. The saskatchewan colleges and universities are well-equipped to conduct first-rate higher education, its two universities being globally famous for offering superb academic courses at quite economical tuition fees. The saskatchewan universities list is also provided below.

List of Colleges and Universities in Saskatchewan

The higher education in Saskatchewan is nurtured and promoted by its three universities, their federated and affiliated colleges, and a large number of regional colleges and career colleges and institutes. The University of Saskatchewan established in 1907, is the oldest and largest university in Saskatchewan province of Canada, located in Saskatoon. This fast prospering and leading research-intensive university of Saskatchewan is counted among the top 20 universities of Canada. The University of Regina and the First Nations University of Canada both are located in Regina. The university of regina and the university of saskatchewan have been immensely famous centers of excellence for education, research, and innovation, for decades. These universities conduct academic courses in a wide range of fields/subjects, for offering the bachelor's, master's, and doctoral degrees. The disciplines covered by the courses of these universities are arts and humanities, agriculture, biotechnology, engineering & technology, agribusiness, sciences, social sciences, business administration and management, information technology, medicine, legal studies, etc. The first nations university of canada conducts undergraduate and graduate courses. The colleges and career colleges of Saskatchewan conduct the undergraduate degree courses and pre-professional and vocational studies and trainings. The majority of the affiliated colleges are theological institutions. Along with providing the list of saskatchewan universities, the majority of the best and top colleges of this booming province are also listed below:
  • University of Saskatchewan
  • University of Regina
  • First Nations University of Canada
  • The Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science & Technology
  • Briercrest College and Seminary
  • Campion College
  • Carlton Trail Regional College
  • Cumberland College
  • Gabriel Dumont Institute
  • Great Plains College
  • Lakeland College
  • Luther College
  • North West Regional College
  • Northlands College
  • Parkland College
  • Southeast Regional College
  • St. Andrew's College
  • St. Thomas More College
  • St. Peter's College
  • Nipawin Bible College
  • Eston College
  • Horizon College and Seminary
  • College Mathieu
  • Bethany College
  • Western Academy Broadcasting College
  • College of Emmanuel and St. Chad
  • Lutheran Theological Seminary

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