In heart of Canada
The province of Saskatchewan is located in the heart of western Canada. Regina is Saskatchewan’s capital city and has a population just under 200,000.
The University of Regina (U of R) has an average student to teacher ratio of 26:1.
Over 12,000 full and part-time students and 1,200 faculty and staff make up the U of R community.
With over 60 exchange agreements with 20 countries, the U of R is truly an international community. It offers over 30 degree, diploma, and certificate programmes.
The courses offered at the University of Regina are Arts, Business Administration, Education, Engineering, Fine Arts, Journalism, Science and Social Work.
On-campus accommodations are available at Collge West, North and South and La Residence. If you are interested in it, you need to apply early to guarantee a spot.
For off-campus accommodations, the Students’ Union Housing Registry can help you find off-campus accommodations.
Test (minimum score required)
TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language)
Internet based: Overall 80; Reading: 19; Listening: 19;
Speaking: 18; Writing: 18 Test of English as a Foreign Language
Computer Based: 213; Minimum Essay Score of 3.5
Paper based: 550; Minimum Essay Score of 3.5
IELTS band score of 6.0, with no band less than 5.0
Effective from September, 2007,
tuition is $135.85 per credit hour. The course fees are charged on the basis of which faculty is teaching the course.