Use the form below to search among over 1000 scholarships and bursaries. There are two major deadlines to keep in mind:


October 1st is the deadline to apply for most bursaries offered by the university. Bursaries are usually given to students in financial need, though some bursaries may have additional criteria. Recipients will be notified by early February.

Struggling to pay for university? Consider applying for bursaries.


June 1st is the deadline for a large number of scholarships on campus. Scholarships are normally granted for academic achievement or leadership experiences. Recipients will be notified by the first day of classes.

Did you do well in your classes? Consider applying for scholarships.

In addition to the major awards above, departments, colleges, and donors from outside the university offer awards throughout the year. Use the form below to find specific awards.

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Iceland Study & Travel Award

Number offered1
EligibilityOpen to undergraduate and graduate students enrolled at the University of Saskatchewan.

Students must submit a statement of no more than two pages (500 words) outlining their research/studies and the reasons they chose to engage in research about and/or travel to study in Iceland.
DonorMs. Agnes Stephanson Cooke
ApplyCandidates must submit the Iceland Travel and Study Award Application.

and submit it to the International Student and Study Abroad Centre (ISSAC) or email it to The subject of the email should be "Iceland Study and Travel Award."
DeadlineApril 1/ December 4

Applying and eligibility

Access frequently used application forms and view eligibility criteria for university awards.  View information on how to access application forms in PAWS.

Receiving your award

Information on payment of awards, award limits, and deferral of awards.

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There are awards available specifically for new or graduate students: 

You could also be eligible to apply for a variety of external awards, which are offered by agencies, governments or other organizations outside the University of Saskatchewan.