University of Saskatchewan
The University of Saskatchewan is a famous public university in central Canada. It has 17 departments and a continuing education center.
U of S offers degrees in agriculture, business, art, dentistry, engineering, environment, law, medicine, nursing and so on. It has more than 50 undergraduate degrees and over 70 master’s degrees and more than 80 doctorates. The school’s major research areas include light sources synchrotron research, vaccine and infectious disease research etc.
Up to 2015, there were nearly 24,000 students enrolled in school. The university of Saskatchewan is among the top 10 Canadian research universities in the list of Canadian newspapers and research institutions.
University of Regina
University of Regina became a public university in 1974. Located in Regina, capital of Saskatchewan, the school is one of Canada’s leading public institutions. At present, the University of Regina has more than 2,000 full-time teachers and graduate students, and more than 10,000 undergraduate students. The proportion of overseas students is about 10%. There are 10 colleges and 25 departments with 80 majors. The campus environment is safe, comfortable and beautiful, the academic qualifications they provide are widely recognized around the world. At the same time, the cost of living in the city of Regina is relatively low in cities of the same size in Canada, so does the tuition and living expenses.
The University of Regina has three joint colleges, the Campion College, Luther College and the First Nations University of Canada, both of which are located on the campus of Regina University and offer academic exchange programs with each other
Saskatchewan Polytechnic was founded in 1988, which is an internationally recognized public higher vocational skills training and educational institution. The College has four campuses in Regina, Saskatoon, Prince Albert, and Moose Jaw.
Saskatchewan Polytechnic offers more than almost a hundred diploma and certificate courses. It offers a wide range of courses that are closely aligned with the needs of current employment and corporate recruiters. The school is known for providing a full range of high-quality applied vocational and technical talent, and most local employers in Canada have a high regard for its graduates. Its specific specialties include early childhood education, engineering, civil engineering, computer engineering, environment and electromechanical engineering, accounting, business administration, human resources, marketing, nursing, food and nutrition, Hotel and restaurant management, professional cooking, veterinary medicine, computer network, applied photography, media arts and creation, and more than 150 majors.