International students are very welcome at St Peter’s College and the University of Saskatchewan. Students will require a study permit issued by Canada Customs and Immigration. See for more information http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/pdf/kits/guides/5269E.PDF
In order to attend St. Peter's College you must apply to St. Peter's College and the University of Saskatchewan. Your acceptance to St. Peter's College is dependent on your acceptance to the University of Saskatchewan.
In general, international applicants must be qualified to enter university in their home country. Specific subjects are required for some areas of study at St. Peter’s College and the University of Saskatchewan. The minimum academic average required is “C” (satisfactory performance range); however, higher averages may be required for some programs.
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Proof of English Proficiency
The language of instruction at St. Peter‘s College and the University of Saskatchewan is English. All applicants whose first language is not English must present evidence of English proficiency. Please see The University of Saskatchewan's Admission pages for more details.
Applicants require one (1) of the following:
- 2.5 years of full-time attendance at a Canadian or U.S. high school (or at an institution where English is the language of instruction and examination)1 including:
1 If completion of secondary standing occurred more than five years ago, additional proof of English proficiency may be required. 2 Students who have exactly two years of full-time attendance will be considered if they achieve a final mark of at least 80% in each Grade 12 English Language Arts (A30 and B30 or equivalents).
- complete secondary-level standing
- successful consecutive completion of English Language Arts subjects in Grades 11 and 12, and
- a final mark of at least 70% in each Grade 12 English Language Arts (A30 and B30 or equivalents).2
- Successful completion of at least 18 credit units of transferable university-level courses where English is the official language of instruction and examination is sufficient proof of proficiency2. The post-secondary institution must declare English to be the primary language of instruction and examination throughout the institution, not just in select departments. 2 If post-secondary study occurred more than five years ago, additional proof of English proficiency may be required.
- Sucessful completion of either:
- Level UP2: High Advanced Academic English offered by the U of S Language Centre or
- English as a Second Language (ESL 050) program offered by the University of Regina.
- Completion an English Proficiency Test to meet the standards below. Test scores must be forwarded by the testing centre directly to International Admissions no later than the deadline for receipt of documents.
- Internet Based: 80
With minimum individual scores of
1. Reading: 19
2. Listening: 19
3. Speaking: 18
4. Writing: 18
- Paper Based: 550
- Band Score: 6.5
- Listening & Reading: 4.5 Average
- Writing: 4.0
- Grade C
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Test of English as a Foreign Language
International English Language Testing System
Canadian Test of English for Scholars and Trainees
Canadian Academic English Language Assessment
Michigan English Language Assessment Battery
Cambridge Proficiency in English
Please contact St. Peter's College Student Services for help prior to applying.