The International Research and Partnerships Office is responsible for developing and maintaining the University of Saskatchewan's international relationships. These relationships are divided into five different types:
Partnerships - these are agreements to work towards collaboration, made between the University of Saskatchewan and an institution in another country. Note: within a general Memoranda of Understanding (MOU) faculty collaboration can occur.
Stay Opportunities - these are agreements that involve members of our community spending time at a partner institution, or members of a partner's community spending time at the University of Saskatchewan.
Networks - these are groups of institutions who have decided to collaborate, either because of a common area of interest or a geographical region.
Visits - these are visits that have been made by members of our community (faculty, staff, and students) to partner institutions in another country, or members of a partner's community paying a visit to the University of Saskatchewan. Please note that not all visits have been entered into the system.
Projects - these are research projects undertaken by University of Saskatchewan faculty in collaboration with faculty at an institution in another country. Please note that not all of our research projects have been entered into the system.