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This is a place you want to be. The University of Regina is committed to offering our staff, faculty and students a superior environment in which to excel. Whether it be competitive salaries and pension & benefits packages, wellness initiatives or a commitment to diversity, we're sure that we have what you're looking for.
We offer a rich and diverse work environment where every employee has a part in fulfilling our mission to create knowledge and educate the next generation of leaders. This is an organization where your expertise, your knowledge, your commitment, your efforts and your success are critical to the University's success.
The University of Regina has been an Employment Equity partner with the Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission for 25 years. We value diversity and inclusion. Our primary goal is to align our faculty and staff demographics with the Saskatchewan population and our student demographics, particularly employing Aboriginal people, Persons with a Disability, Visible Minority members, and Women in Non-Traditional roles.
Indigenization is one of two overarching areas of emphasis at the University of Regina. In 2019, the number of students who self-identify as First Nations, Métis, or Inuit comprised 13.2 per cent of the student body.
The University has increased supports for Indigenous students on campus, increased scholarships and bursaries, and created the Aboriginal Student Centre, and the Office of Indigenization which serves the entire University community, including its three federated colleges, the First Nations University of Canada, Campion College, and Luther College.
The Office is a leader of Indigenization on campus and is responsive to and seeks direction from various partners and community members throughout Regina and the province of Saskatchewan. The Office works in five main areas: academic Indigenization, Indigenous-centred research, governance and administration, student success, and community engagement.
Sustainability is another overarching area of emphasis at the University. The President's Advisory Committee on Sustainability (PACS) supports the vision of the University’s strategic plan and helps guide the University of Regina in ensuring that the best insight, knowledge, leadership and high ethical standards regarding sustainability are brought to decisions around sustainable operations, education, research, performance evaluation and community service.
The Strategic Plan for Sustainability aims to make the University a leader in environmental responsibility, putting sustainability at the core of our teaching, research, and campus life. Strategic areas of focus are: leadership, waste, energy, transportation, and communication and engagement.
Sustainability initiatives have included a print optimization project to reduce paper and power consumption and CO2 emissions, campus re-lamping to replace approximately 18,000 lighting fixtures with energy-efficient lighting, and the elimination of herbicides in the academic green.
If English is not your first language, you must submit proof of English proficiency in the form of a recognized test, unless you attended a university recognized by the University of Regina and where the language of instruction was English. See exemption list.
Important things to note:
The tests that appear on this list are the only tests accepted for admission consideration.
|70||20 each band||6.5 overall,
|80||20, 20, 20||Advanced
20 each band
|85||20, 20, 20||Advanced
& Media Production
|75||23 each band||7.0 overall,
|85||23, 23, 23||Advanced
|English||80||25 each band||7.5 overall,
|85||25, 25, 25||Advanced
Testing in Saskatchewan
For information about English proficiency testing in Saskatchewan, refer to Testing in Saskatchewan
ESL at the University of Regina
If you are taking ESL at the University, you must successfully complete ESL 050 in order to be considered for graduate work. The University of Saskatchewan's UPrep 2 program will also be accepted.
If you are in Regina, you can take a placement test through ESL. If you are placed above ESL 050, we will accept that as proof of English proficiency. Please see ESL's events calendar for placement test dates.
ESL at other institutions
If you have successfully completed an academic English as a Second Language (ESL) program at another Canadian university, and you have met the English Language Proficiency policy of that institution, you may be considered to have met our policy. You must supply proof of course completion and evidence that the course completed meets the English proficiency policy of that institution.
The University of Regina offers and administers many scholarships and awards that provide financial help to our students. Once you have been accepted as a fully-qualified graduate student with no conditions or holds on your admission, then you are eligible to apply for our scholarships, awards, or graduate teaching assistant positions.
The Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research has created an online graduate scholarship application system, the Graduate Awards Portal (GAP). GAP allows you to view all of the scholarships, awards, bursaries, fellowships and prizes that the University of Regina offers our graduate students. You can apply for awards online, as well as monitor and track the status of your scholarship application.
Anyone may view scholarships opportunities and full eligibility criteria by clicking on the orange GAP button, and view by CONTINUE AS GUEST. All competitions will open to apply on the first day of the month of the deadline date. Please see the additional categories listed below that are not listed in GAP. Please review these scholarships regularly, to see if you are eligible, or if new scholarships have been added.
Applications for scholarships and awards must be submitted by the deadlines specified. Late applications will not be accepted.
WELCOME TO GAP! Please view GAP How-To's within left navigation.
Please view graduate scholarships that are currently accepting applications in:
Students with a disability who are taking a reduced course load are eligible to apply for scholarships designated as being for full-time students if they provide a Letter of Accommodation from the Centre for Student Accessibility.
Every effort has been made to provide accurate, up-to-date information at the time of posting. However, it is ultimately the responsibility of students to verify program deadlines and requirements. The Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research cannot be held responsible for any unintentional errors or omissions, but will appreciate being informed of these, for correction purposes.
All information related to this institution has been extracted from the University of Regina website, accessible at https://www.uregina.ca/. The data provided here is true until its extraction on 21 December 2019. Hence, all information here is subject to change without notice as per the institution's policy. For the latest update, please visit the institution website.