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We are always looking for excellent students for M.Sc. or Ph.D projects.

More information about our department's grad program is available in this presentation.
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Potential applicants have to apply for admission to the College of Graduate Studies and Research of the University and to the graduate program of the Department of Computer Science. Admissions information is available here. The application procedure is quite competitive, so excellent marks are a prerequisite. Potential candidates need to have good command of English (either TOEFL score of 90-100 or IELTS (computer based) 6.5-7.0. There is an application fee ($75), non-refundable. You need to apply online for admission first to the College of Graduate Studies and then, to the Department of Computer Science (see the procedure here). Please, indicate in the department application form that you are interested in area "social computing" or "distributed systems" and mention explicitly in your statement of purpose that you want to work in the MADMUC lab and with which professor.

The deadlines for application are February 15 (for admission in the following September) and July 15 (for admission in the following January). You can find here also Answers to Frequently Asked Questions and advice for new student.

If you are interested to pursue research with us as a grad student, please contact either Julita (jiv at cs.usask.ca) or Ralph (ralph at cs.usask.ca). You should indicate in your application that you are interested to pursue research in the areas of social computing or in distributed systems, so that your application is brought to our attention. .

*on the logo-picture above you can see our alumni: Yamini Upadrashta, Golha Sharifi, Chris Brooks and Jeremy Pfeiffer.