International Student and Study Abroad Centre

The International Student and Study Abroad Centre (ISSAC) staff are here to assist you with questions you may have as a student and to provide you with opportunities for intercultural learning and enriching study abroad experiences.

Drop-in advising

International students drop-in advising is provided by our Regulated International Student Immigration Advisors (RISIA) from Monday to Thursday, between 9:00 am - 12:00 pm. Our office is open for in-person visits, but we are still advising remotely via Zoom

Events and workshops

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Getting settled at USask

Learn about services and programming, advising and social events at the beginning of each term for incoming international students. This page includes a simple guide to plan your arrival and get settled at USask and in Canada.

Learn what you will need to do as a newly-admitted student at USask including course registration, tuition payment, academics, health and wellness and other campus essentials.

Immigration

Learn about important documents you are responsible for before and during your studies at the USask. Find out what documentation your family will need to live or visit here and what you need to do when traveling outside of Canada.

Working in Canada

Information on work permits for international students and accompanying spouses or common-law partners as well as obtaining a Social Insurance Number (SIN).

Living in Canada

Improve your English

Part-time ESL at the USask Language Centre

Improving your English will help you improve your grades. The Language Centre offers part-time evening English as a Second Language (ESL) classes in Academic Writing, Spoken English, Reading, Pronunciation, Listening and Notetaking, and Graduate-Level Writing. Bursaries are available for graduate students.

Interested in becoming a student?

Learn more about the University of Saskatchewan and applying for admission.