University of Regina

The University of Regina is situated in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada. This public research university was established in the year 1911 as a private denominational high school of the Methodist Church of Canada. This institution commenced an association with the University of Saskatchewan as a junior college in the year 1925, and was seceded by the Church and fully ceded to the University in the year 1934. It acquired degree-granting status in the year 1961 as the Regina Campus of the University of Saskatchewan. It then turned out to be an autonomous university in the year 1974. This university has a total enrollment of more than 12000 full and part time students. The Carillion is the student newspaper of this university, which is also a member of CUP.

Education in Canada is always regarded high by the worldwide students and so is this university. This university is well known for possessing a focus on experimental learning. This university provides internships, professional placements and practicums besides cooperative education placements in 41 programs. This particular experimental learning and career-preparation focus was more emphasized when this university started the UR Guarantee Program in the year 2009, which is a special program that guarantees a successful career launch after the graduation of the students who take part in it.