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College of Engineering

Saskatchewan, Canada


The University of Saskatchewan originated in 1907. The university is considered as grizzled universities in Canada. The University of Saskatchewan is the part of the U15 group of Canadian research universities. The university is considered as among those universities which hold multiple research chairs. It is known as the number one in the world for implementing water resources research. The University of Saskatchewan placed at 451-460 in the overall institutional ranking as per QS World University Ranking for the year 2018. The university is known for its synthesizing and combined methods to handle some of the greatest global challenges. Annually the university receives more than $176 million as sponsored research income. The university welcomes students across the world every year. Presently there are over 3000 international students are studying at the university. The university campus is one of the biggest campuses in Canada. It builds in 1865 acres and has three distinguished campuses to educate students at their best. The fee of hostel along with accommodation is around INR 5.1 Lac for all students. The university shows its achievements via its students and alumni. There are approximately 72 Rhodes scholars who are known as the Alumni of the University of Saskatchewan. The university also educates many politicians. Joseph Schull, Richard Epp, and Maureen Hunter are few of the famous writers who were educated by the University of Saskatchewan. The Nobel Prize Winners, Gerhard Herzberg and Henry Taube who won a Nobel Prize in Chemistry in the year 1970 and 1983 respectively are also part of this university. The university has also gave Olympic winners like Sandra Schmirler.
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