Founded in 1911, the University of Regina is a public research university located in Saskatchewan, Canada, offering a comprehensive program of degrees, diplomas and certificates. The university is internationally renowned for excellence in academic performance and research and is recognized for its experiential approach toward learning. The university was ranked in the Top 200 Best Young Universities in the world by Times Higher Education in 2017, and is ranked in the Macleans Top 15 Comprehensive Universities in Canada for 2020.
The University of Regina is located the capital city of Saskatchewan, with a population of around 215,000 and a rich history dating back to 1882. It is a dynamic city, with all the amenities and attractions to provide a fulfilling university experience for its student population.
The University of Regina's 239 acre campus is organised around a central spring-fed lake, surrounded by the magnificent landscape of the Wascana Centre, one of the largest urban parks in North America, and offers picturesque views, walking trails, open green spaces and birdlife, as well as activities such as biking, paddle boarding, running, and even snow-shoeing in winter. The Wascana Centre is a gem within the city, and students are well placed to take advantage of it, with accommodation options available in the heart of the park.
Incoming students will join a global learning community of over 15,000 full-time and part-time students, including around 3,000 international students representing over 90 countries worldwide. In addition to providing high quality education, the University of Regina is a career focused institution, which offers internships and co-operative education opportunities at undergraduate and postgraduate level. Students are connected with the university's expanded network of professional partners in the region, who provide many opportunities for employment after graduation.