Agribusiness - BSc
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What the University of Saskatchewan says about their program:
"You will learn about business management, economics, marketing, finance and sales, as well as the legal and institutional environment that characterize agribusiness. You will study the structure and organization of the agri-food sector and develop business skills relevant to farm input, on-farm businesses, processing, transportation, credit and marketing."
We are one of Canada's leading research universities, located in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.
Our campus is known for its beauty and our alumni and faculty include Nobel Prize winners, Rhodes scholars, and Olympic athletes. Please see below the admissions requirements below in order to join them.
IETLS 6.5 / TOEFL 86 / CanTEST 4.5 / CAEL 70 / MELAB 85 / PTE Academic 63 / CAE C with 65 score
IB completion of English A2 or English B with a grade of 5.
Completion of high school or post secondary studies in English, requirement can also be waived.
UG students can go through Joint Admission. If you do not meet the requirements you are able to apply for the language center and the University at the same time (Bridge Program or U-Prep).
Undergraduate High School Admission (receive less than 18 credit units of transferable post-secondary)
Grade 12 standing or equivalent Successful completion of Foundations of Mathematics 30 or Pre-Calculus 30 is recommended, but not required. Students intending on transferring to the B.Comm. program will need to meet B.Comm. admission requirements Required grade average- High school students or graduates require a minimum admission average of 70%. Learn how we calculate your admission average.
Postgraduate A four-year honours degree, or equivalent, from a recognized college or university in an academic discipline relevant to the proposed field of study A cumulative weighted average of at least 70% (U of S grade system equivalent) in the last two years of study (e.g. 60 credit units).
September Semester - application deadlines December 1 (early admissions and for Brightest Entrance Scholarships) February 15, May 1 January Semester - application deadline September 1
A significant number of programs have other intakes in May-June.
Feb 15 for agricultural May 1 for other courses
Fees and funding
International students are automatically considered for Guaranteed Entrance Scholarships upon applying for admission and may also apply for select Best and Brightest Scholarships and Competitive Entrance Awards. uSask also offers scholarships specifically for undergraduate international students.
University of Saskatchewan International Excellence Awards
International students will be considered automatically for these awards, which are based on academic achievement, upon admission.
International Baccalaureate (IB) Excellence Awards
International students completing the IB Diploma program will be considered automatically upon admission.
Canadian Curriculum Schools Awards
For international students graduating from an international (non-domestic) Canadian curriculum school. Students who wish to be considered for this award must complete the Canadian Curriculum Schools Awards application.
Council of International School Awards
For international students entering undergraduate degree programs at the University of Saskachewan who graduated from a CIS member school. Students who wish to be considered for this award must complete the Council of International School Awards application.
Visa requirements for University of Saskatchewan
Many international students will require a visa to study in Canada, and this is a vital step of your study abroad journey. Make sure you understand the requirements you may need to meet before applying.Canada student visa requirements