- 85Acceptance Rate
- 2Available Programs
The institution originates from the Saskatchewan Indian Federated College (SIFC), a federated college established in May 1976 through an agreement between the Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations and the University of Regina. In June 2003, the institution was renamed the First Nations University of Canada, with its new Regina campus opened later that year.
The university designed special programs in partnership with Aboriginal communities to meet the human resource needs of Aboriginal communities in areas such as health, education and the environment – examples include its National School of Dental Therapy, Nursing and Health Studies programs
- High school transcripts
- English proficiency proof
The university offers scholarship opportunities. For more information