Situated on the east side of the South Saskatchewan River, this Canadian public research university was founded in 1907. The provincial legislature passed the act to establish and incorporate a university in the province of Saskatchewan in 1907. This university was established on April 3, 1907 with a motive to offer higher education in every branch for every individual irrespective of the cast, creed, religion, color, etc. The only Canadian university with a partnership with Oxford University makes it the highest choice of every student.
This university is a member of the U15 Group of Canadian Research Universities. It is the largest university in the province of Saskatchewan. It started as an agricultural college, but soon extended in other branches as well.
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