What average do I need to get into University of Saskatchewan?

The University of Saskatchewan has an average admission requirement of 70%, but this may vary depending on the program you are applying to. Some programs, such as engineering and medicine, have higher admission requirements.

If you are a high school student from Saskatchewan or a Canadian Indigenous student, you will be given preference over out-of-province applicants and international applicants. However, it is still very possible to get accepted with a strong application, even if you are not from Saskatchewan or Canada.

Here is a breakdown of the average admission requirements for different categories of applicants:

  • Saskatchewan high school students: 70%
  • Canadian Indigenous students: 65%
  • Out-of-province high school students: 75%
  • International students: 75%

It is important to note that these are just minimum requirements. If you want to be competitive, you should aim for an average of 75% or higher.

In addition to your academic average, the University of Saskatchewan will also consider your extracurricular activities, volunteer experience, and personal statement when making an admission decision.

Here are some tips for improving your chances of getting into the University of Saskatchewan:

  • Get good grades in your high school classes.
  • Take challenging courses, such as Advanced Placement (AP) or International Baccalaureate (IB) courses.
  • Get involved in extracurricular activities and volunteer work.
  • Write a strong personal statement that highlights your strengths and accomplishments.