Applicants must have 1st class/Upper Division in all degrees or equivalent
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Why Join University of Regina?
Established the first cooperative education program in western Canada
Offers an experimental based learning process with modern teaching methodologies
Innovative co-op and internships program
Glorious years of academic excellence
Has three federated colleges: Campion College, First Nations University of Canada, Luther College
Student Achievements of 2017
Students in the Faculty of Arts - at both the graduate and undergraduate level - are excelling in the things they are passionate about. Be it through research, awards, scholarships or community work, students across all departments of the Faculty of Arts are making their mark. The following are just a few recent accomplishments.
Anthropology Student Wins Best Poster Award (May 2017)
MA Student Nathan McAllister (Department of Anthropology) has won the Canadian Anthropology/La Societe de Canadienne d'Anthropologie Award for Best Student Poster Presentation at this year's annual conference
History Student's MA Research Examines an Understudied Colonial History (April 2017)
History MA student Cheyanne Desnomie's groundbreaking research has already been published by the peer-reviewed Nebraska Press. Desnomie is from the Peepeekisis Cree Nation (located on Treaty 4 land near Belcarres, Saskatchewan).
Psychology Students Explore Links Between Exercise and Mental Health (April 2017)
Clinical Psychology students Julia Mason (an MA student) and Daniel LeBouthillier (a third-year undergraduate student) were recently profiled on the Uof R homepage for their fascinating research.
JSchool Students Showcase Cutting-Edge Documentaries (April 2017)
School of Journalism students Cheryl Lu, Tennessa Wild, and Jessie Anton produced documentaries screened at the JSchool's annual Documentary Showcase
Internships are very similar to the Co-op work terms, but have a few small differences:
While Co-op allows you to work for a semester at one employer, then go back to class, then work again for another employer, etc., an internship only allows you one placement for either twelve or sixteen months with only one employer. You are able to work for a longer period of time to fully recognize the nature of the job in various seasons, allow for completion of projects, etc.
Senior students, or students who have completed their third year of their program, are eligible for an internship.
Many employers prefer to hire students for longer periods of time as a "test-run" for future permanent employment once completed school.
The Industrial Innovation Scholarships (IIS [BMP Innovation]) Program, offered jointly by NSERC and the Fonds de recherche du Quebec - Nature et technologies (FRQNT), offers scholarships to students enrolled in a master's and interested in underta...
Description: The CCOHS Council of Governors established this scholarship fund in 2002 in the memory of Dick Martin, a tireless health and safety advocate and a pioneer of workplace health and safety in Canada. Awarded annually, this $3,000 na...