University of Saskatchewan
The University of Saskatchewan is a top tier, research intensive university in Canada and the only medical doctoral university in the province of Saskatchewan. Established in 1907 along the east bank of the winding South Saskatchewan River, it has continually grown and flourished to become the place of curiosity, spirit and potential it is today. More than 20,000 students from around the world are pursuing an education at this prestigious institution . The university is a place where the students can do more than prepare for a future career or earn a degree in nearly 200 areas of study.
The university offers several highly ranked programs including agriculture and resource management, environmental science, and veterinary science. It’s graduates are using their knowledge and experience in many diverse fields, from cutting edge computer science to the highest ranks of government. The university has a variety of programs and resources to help faculty, instructors, grad students and postdocs that cover topics related to teaching strategies, assessment and evaluation, and other key and timely aspects of teaching and learning.
The University of Saskatchewan is located in the heart of Saskatoon, on Treaty 6 territory and the homeland of the Métis. Both the university and the City of Saskatoon are excited to welcome the students to the vibrant cultural and artistic community.
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