SSU Costs and Financial Support
The tuition for SSU 2017 is $1,737.00 CDN for three 3-credit unit classes ($579.00 CDN for a single 3-credit unit course).
Tuition for SSU 2017 courses follows the University of Saskatchewan tuition rates for the 2016-2017 Academic Year. The rate is quoted as of September 1, 2016. Tuition fees are subject to change.
The information on 2017 program fees will be updated shortly. Below is the description of costs for SSU 2016.
The estimated program fee for the 2016 session was $3,000.00 CDN. This included administrative fees, use of educational and computer facilities, individual tutoring, room, board, university meals, and airport transportation. This fee may be reduced slightly depending on the number of enrolments. The program fee DOES NOT include University of Saskatchewan tuition, course reading materials, medical insurance, airfare, and out-of-pocket expenses. Students were responsible for these expenses separately. Airfare was estimated to be roughly $1,200.00 - $1,400.00 CDN (includes taxes). Medical insurance was approximately $100, and out-of-pocket expenses do not usually exceed $600.00 CDN during a 5 week stay in Ukraine.
Accommodations in Ukraine
Students will live with host families while studying in Ternopil. The homestay program is designed to immerse the student in the daily life of a Ukrainian family while helping to facilitate language acquisition. The cost of the homestay program is included in the Program fee.
The following excursions are part of the program:
- A two-day excursion to Lviv
- A one-day excursion to Kamianets-Podilsky
- A three-day excursion to the Carpathian Mountains
Learn more about these and other trips on the SSU 2015 student blog:
Photo: Kalyn Harasymchuk
International Student and Study Abroad Centre, U of Saskatchewan
U of Saskatchewan International Student and Study Abroad Centre Travel bursaries are available to University of Saskatchewan students who will be participating in a study abroad program co-ordinated through the university. To find out more, please visit the International Student and Study Abroad Centre (ISSAC) in Lower Place Riel 80, University of Saskatchewan
College of Arts and Science, U of Saskatchewan
Upon acceptance into an exchange/term abroad program, students are eligible to apply for various study abroad awards offered by the College of Arts and Science at the University of Saskatchewan.
Ukrainian Canadian Congress - Saskatchewan Provincial Council
The Provincial UCC organization grants Ukrainian Studies scholarships to university students. Please visit to find out more about the Hromada Legacy Fund or the provincial UCC branch for more information.
The Ukrainian Canadian Foundation of Taras Shevchenko offers a bursary program for university students. A maximum of $750.00 may be awarded for summer language study programs. Please visit Shevchenko Foundation webpage for more information.
Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies
Ivan Franko School of Ukrainian Studies Ukrainian Travel Award ($2000) is granted to students who have completed at least one year of study at the post-secondary level and who have also completed Ukrainian 30 or equivalent. For more information visit CIUS website.