All USask undergraduate and graduate students are encouraged to earn credit towards their degree by studying abroad at least once while attending university. Students who study abroad will never forget the amazing views, people and personal growth. Countless students come back saying they learned that they are resilient and can do anything they put their minds to!

Study Abroad Advising Services

Virtual drop-in advising: Wednesdays from 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

(NOTE: No drop-in session Wendesday May 29th)

Join the Zoom meeting at:  

  • Meeting ID: 511 487 422 
  • Password: goabroad 
To check current local time in Saskatoon, please click here. After visiting the Zoom link, you will be prompted to download the Zoom application or continue through your web browser. Upon entering the room, you will be sent to a waiting room. When an ISSAC IEO becomes available, they will bring you into the main Zoom meeting. You will meet with the IEO one-on-one. No recording or chat history of the conversation will be archived. Be prepared to provide your full name and NSID upon starting the advising session.

Students are encouraged to visit the Zoom Help Centre if they are experiencing any technical issues. 

In person advising:

Meet with an International Education Officer to discuss your study abroad program options, learn more about the application processes, or answer specific questions you may have.

Note for students who would like more information on Taught and Term Abroad programs please contact

Study Abroad Options

International Education Officers at the International Student and Study Abroad Centre will discuss your options, help you apply, support you while you’re away, and touch base with you when you return.

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(1-2 semesters)

Attend a partner university abroad for one or two terms while gaining transfer credit toward your USask degree. Programs are open to USask students in most colleges.

USask classes abroad

(term & taught abroad)

Taking a USask class abroad for a term or during the summer offered through the College of Arts & Sciences (open to all USask students who meet the appropriate pre-requisities).

Study Abroad Short Programs

(2-6 weeks)

Short, intensive programs focusing on a specific topic area. Open to USask students on most colleges.

Travel Information

Travel funding

Find travel awards and scholarships for study abroad program or conferences, competitions or other study-related activities off campus.

Safety abroad

Attend a pre-departure orientation and complete the International Travel Registry to ensure your safety abroad.

Student stories

Read about what made your peers choose abroad learning experiences.

Contact Us

If you have questions about studying abroad, speak to an International Education Officer about the many study-abroad opportunities and helping you start your journey abroad. You can reach us at the following:

Phone: +1 306-966-4925


Or study abroad advising services