University of Regina
The University of Regina has a rich history that dates back more than a century. It was founded as a private high school in 1911. It was established as an autonomous entity in 1974. The institution provides over 120 undergraduate programmes and 78 postgraduate degrees in over 15 fields such as business administration, social work, health, engineering, media, and many more. Nursing, Science, and Business are some of the most common university majors.

Cost of attendance

The average tuition at the University of Regina is over 20 lakhs. This price includes 7.6 lakhs for living expenses and an average tuition fee ranging from 6.31 lakhs to 15.72 lakhs.


Paskwaw and Wakpa Towers, Kisik Towers, Luther College, La Cite, and College West are the five residence halls at the University of Regina. The residence halls are a must-try experience, with scenic views, ample rooms, and campus safety. The cost of on-campus living ranges from 1.38 lakhs to 2.82 lakhs every semester. The typical off-campus cost of living in Canada for a student ranges from 15,000 CAD to 20,000 CAD, depending on lifestyle and preferences. This varies from province to province in Canada.

Acceptance rate

The University of Regina had 16,009 students enrolled in the autumn of 2021, with 17 percent of students coming from more than 44 countries. U of R has an acceptance rate of 80-90 percent. Every year, more applicants from all over the world apply.


The University of Regina is divided into two campuses, one in Regina and one in Saskatchewan (on Treaty 4 & Treaty 6 territories). The University of Regina campuses are home to 25 academic departments and schools, as well as 10 faculties. In addition, the university has 18 research institutes and centres, as well as three federated colleges: Luther College, Campion College, and the First Nations University of Canada. Some courses at the University of Regina are also taught at the partnered institutions, which include Saskatchewan Polytechnic, Gabriel Dumont Institute, Yukon University, and other regional colleges.


The University of Regina's undergraduate engineering programmes are all fully accredited. Engineers Canada, the national engineering licencing authority, oversees the engineering accreditation process in Canada through the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board (CEAB).

Jobs and Placement

The University offers placement aid to its students through a career centre, which hosts career fairs, provides academic counselling, and maintains a U of R employment board. It features a co-operative education work experience programme that allows students to earn while they learn, with students earning up to ten million dollars. Employees with a University of Regina degree earn an average of $302k.

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