The University of Regina, founded in 1911, is a public research university in Saskatchewan, Canada. The University of Regina campus is home to 10 faculties, 25 academic departments and schools, 18 research centers and institutes, and three federated colleges.

In the fall of 2021, the University of Regina saw an enrollment of 16,009 students out of which 17% of students are international from more than 44 countries. admissions at the University of Regina are offered for fall, spring, and winter intake. To apply for graduate programs at the University of Regina, international students are required to submit 6.5 bands in IELTS and a 2.2 GPA or a minimum of 75%.

The average cost of attendance at the University of Regina is around 20 lakhs. This cost includes the cost of living of 7.6 lakhs and an average tuition fee ranging from 6.31 lakhs to 15.72 lakhs. At the University of Regina, the the tuition fee increases by 4% every year for both undergraduate and postgraduate programs. 

Top Courses at University of Regina

University of Regina offers more than 120 undergraduate programs and 78 graduate programs. Some of the popular disciplines at university are Nursing, Science, and Business.


Course Name Annual Tuition Fees
Bachelor of Science [B.Sc], Computer Science INR 10,15,611
Master of Science [M.Sc], Biology INR 2,42,864
Master of Science [M.Sc], Chemistry INR 2,42,864
Master of Engineering [M.Eng], Electronic Systems Engineering INR 7,06,512
Master of Business Administration [M.B.A] INR 17,14,190
Bachelor of Business Administration [B.B.A], Accounting INR 12,46,728
Bachelor of Science [B.Sc], Computer Science INR 12,46,728
Bachelor of Arts [B.A], Psychology INR 12,46,728


University of Regina Rankings

  • The University of Regina was ranked in the world’s Top 200 Best Young Universities by Times Higher Education in 2021.
  • Research Infosource Inc. ranked U of R number one in research revenue growth among all the universities in Canada.
  • Research Infosource Inc. ranked U of R in one of Canada’s top 50 research universities.
  • It is ranked number one among comprehensive Universities in International research collaboration by Resource Infosource Inc.
  • The university is ranked between 101 and 150 among young universities that are aged 50 years or under.


University of Regina Campus & Accommodation

The University of Regina has two campuses, one in Regina and the other in Saskatchewan (on Treaty 4 & Treaty 6 territories). In totality, the University of Regina campuses have 25 academic departments and schools comprising of 10 faculties. In addition to that, the university has

  • 18 research centers and institutes
  • 3 federated colleges- Luther College, Campion College, and the First Nations University of Canada.

Some of the University of Regina courses are also taught at the partnering centers, namely, Saskatchewan Polytechnic, Gabriel Dumont Institute, Yukon University, and other regional colleges.