Welcome to the Global Institute for Water Security, University of Saskatchewan! Whether you are new to GIWS or have been a member for some time, here are some resources that may be of use:
GIWS Student Society
The Student Member Committee organizes student events centred on various water themes to encourage collaboration, leadership, research and networking.
Stay in touch with the Student Member Committee through their Facebook page.
To become a member of the GIWS Student Chapter, visit our Become A Member webpage.
Graduate Studies at Usask
Looking to apply for graduate studies at Usask? Find everything you need to know here!
Why choose Usask?
Our campus, including housing
Find a supervisor
How to apply
Check your application status
There are many resources available for current graduate students, including:
- Manage your program
- Supervisor relationships
- Thesis and dissertation guidelines
- Appeals, extensions and leaves
- Academic help
- Teaching and professional skills
- Program completion and convocation
Postdoctoral Fellowships at Usask
Interesting in becoming a postdoctoral fellow at Usask? All the information you need is here, including:
- Research and teaching responsibilities
- Selection process
- Renumeration and benefits
- Application process
- and more!
Have questions about your postdoctoral appointment? There are resources for you!
- Postdoctoral fellows policy
- Available resources
- Professional development
- Funding and fellowship
- Research ethics
- Contact information
International Student Guide
Find everything you need to know about life as an international student at the U of S including immigration matters and information on working and living in Canada.
- International Student and Study Abroad Centre
- New Students Arrival Information
- Improve your English
- Working in Canada
- Living in Canada
Teaching and Learning at Usask
The University of Saskatchewan's Gwenna Moss Centre for Teaching and Learning is committed to supporting and improving teaching and learning at the University of Saskatchewan. They have a variety of programming and resources to help faculty, instructors, postdoctoral fellows and grad students.
- Teaching strategies
- Incorporate earning technologies into your teaching practice
- Writing a syllabus
- Course design
- Access funding
- Redesign your curriculum
There are also numerous events and workshops that a free to attend, visit their website for more information.
There are a variety of housing options for students in the U of S residences. For more information, visit http://livewithus.usask.ca/
Living in Saskatoon, SK, Canada
Located on the banks of the picturesque South Saskatchewan River in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, the U of S is found in the heart of our province's largest city.
Saskatoon is known for its high quality of life, modern amenities, welcoming people and sense of community. Our residents appreciate the city’s contribution to the booming provincial economy and our commitment to scientific excellence that is evident in the numerous world-class research facilities and centres of industry found on campus and throughout the community.
Visitors and new residents from nearby and from abroad are welcome here. Come discover for yourself why Saskatoon is a wonderful place to call home.
For more information about our beautiful city, visit: www.tourismsaskatoon.com