Northern Alberta Institute of Technology
Since its founding over 50 years ago, NAIT has consistently evolved to meet the needs of students and industry in a province that’s the engine of Canada’s economy. From the first class of 29 communication electrician apprentices in 1962, to today’s current enrolment of 40,000 students and apprentices, NAIT continues to the meet Alberta’s needs for today and the future.
NAIT offers over 200 degrees, diploma and certificate programs. It helps student develop the skills and knowledge that they need to jump into their career. The institute’s credit programs are organized by 4 schools that focus on specific industry sectors within Alberta's economy. Each school is uniquely equipped with facilities, equipment, and curriculum designed to benefit the needs of their students.
As a leading polytechnic and one of Canada’s largest apprenticeship trainers, NAIT is a great place to learn. It has four campuses, three in Edmonton and one in Spruce Grove which serves more than 40,000 students from across Canada and around the world. With state-of-the-art facilities, multiple amenities and services, and public transit access to its Edmonton-based campuses, the college has everything that student need to make their time at NAIT a great one.
Main Campus is home to the HP Centre, the Centre for Applied Technology, the Productivity and Innovation Centre, and other administrative and instructional facilities. Located in west Edmonton, Patricia Campus is home to programs in NAIT’s School of Skilled Trades, including Steamfitting/Pipefitting, Automotive and other mechanical and industrial trades.
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