University of Regina Entrance Scholarships in Canada 2021

The University of Regina will award University of Regina Entrance Scholarships to new international students who will pursue their academic program with the University beginning in the Winter 2021 semester or Spring/Summer 2021 semester.

The University of Regina (U of R) campus is located in Regina and Saskatoon on Treaty 4 and Treaty 6 lands, which are the tribal lands of the Saulteaux, Cree, Dakota, Nakoda and Lakota Nations and the homeland of the M├ętis.

The U of R is a broad-based university with roots dating back to the founding of Regina College, a small boarding school established by the Methodist Church in 1911. The college grew in size and importance, becoming a campus of the University of Saskatchewan and eventually an autonomous degree-granting institution – the University of Regina – in 1974.

The U of R has:

  • 10 faculties;
  • 25 academic departments and schools;
  • 18 research centers and institutes; and,
    three federated colleges: First Nations University of Canada, Champion College, and Luther College.
  • In 2020, the University of Regina recorded its twelfth uninterrupted year with a one per cent increase in enrollment to 16,664 full-time and part-time students – a record number. Its tuition is on par with the national average and the university ranks second among all-inclusive universities in the amount of financial aid students receive – scholarships, grants and bursaries – as a percentage of tuition.


This is one of the University of Regina’s entrance scholarships, offering up to $200,000 annually, with $3,000 automatically awarded to undergraduate candidates with permission to study who apply directly from a secondary school (or equivalent) for direct admission to an undergraduate degree program. Candidates must maintain a grade point average of 85.00% or higher and be registered for nine credit hours during the semester in which the award is made.


This esteemed award is given to the top three candidates in three specific regions identified each year around the world. Provided the candidate meets the requirements each year, they will automatically receive $5,000 per school year for up to 4 years! In addition to financial aid, these candidates are invited to meet with the President of the University of Regina each year at a Circle of Scholars event. Candidates who begin undergraduate studies in the fall semester are automatically eligible for this scholarship. Please note that there are certain requirements for this award.


The University of Regina has extended the award of the Undergraduate International Student Welcome Solidarity Scholarship and Housing Support to new foreign undergraduate candidates who will be graduating from the University of Regina beginning in the Winter 2021 semester or the Spring/Summer 2021 semester. The details of the requirements are as follows:

New candidates enrolling only for the Winter 2021 semester or only for the Spring/Summer 2021 semester will receive a tuition credit of $1,000 CAD upon arrival and enrollment in the Fall 2021 semester.
Candidates who enroll for both the Winter 2021 semester and the Spring/Summer 2021 semester will receive a tuition credit of $2,000 CAD upon arrival and enrollment in the Fall 2021 semester
Applicants enrolling for both the fall 2021 and spring/summer 2021 semesters, or for the winter 2021 semester only, will receive a $2,000 CAD credit toward the cost of on-campus housing for the fall 2021 and winter 2022 semesters ($1,000 CAD per semester)

Requirements for University of Regina admission scholarships.

Applicants must be international students
Applicants must have a good command of the English language
Applicants must have a good academic record

Application deadline: August 1, 2021

Eligible Countries: International

Type: Undergraduate

Award Value: Up to $2,000

Number of Awards: Not known

How do I apply for the University of Regina Entrance Scholarships?

Candidates for the University of Regina Entrance Scholarships must enroll in the undergraduate program at the University of Regina.

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