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Saskatchewan Polytechnic

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Saskatchewan Polytechnic

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Saskatchewan Polytechnic

Canada
Overview

Overview

Known as Canada’s ‘Land of Living Skies’, Saskatchewan is home to Saskatchewan Polytechnic which welcomes international students from around the world to study on campus or access their programs abroad.

With campuses in scenic Saskatoon, Moose Jaw, Prince Albert and Regina, and an established Indigenous Student Success Strategy, Saskatchewan Polytechnic is a member of Polytechnics Canada, an alliance of research-intensive, industry-responsive institutions. Supporting economic growth through applied learning and research, Saskatchewan equips students with marketable knowledge and innovative business skills.

Offering a range of apprenticeships, certificates and diplomas serving economic and public service sectors and delivered by excellent staff, 96% of graduates rated programme quality as ‘satisfied to very satisfied’.

The international student advisor team give ongoing academic, language and wellbeing support to facilitate a smooth transition to Canadian life.

The Students' Association organises activities, clubs and entertainment with an array of sport facilities and social events offered at all four friendly and vibrant campuses.

International students are eligible for a range of scholarships and bursaries with more than $2 million in student awards given out annually.

Focusing on co-operative education and strong partnerships between students and employers, The Student Employment Services host annual career fairs to promote extensive opportunities. 90% of Saskatchewan graduates were employed as Canadian businesses are actively recruiting young, ambitious innovators to provide new skills for evolving industries and their technologies.

The Alumni Relations office develops alumni and outreach programs to maintain strong global connections.

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Overview

Overview

Saskatchewan Polytechnic is located in Saskatchewan, a region which is often referred to as Canada’s ‘Land of Living Skies’. International students from all over the globe study at Saskatchewan Polytechnic, either on campus or online.

The institution has campuses in Saskatoon, Moose Jaw, Prince Albert and Regina. It has an Indigenous Student Success Strategy, and it is part of Polytechnics Canada along with 12 other research-intensive, industry-responsive institutions.

Students can choose from degree/post-graduate certificates and diplomas which are designed to improve the economic and public sectors. They are provided with industry knowledge and are shown how to develop business skills. 93% of students said they were ‘satisfied to very satisfied’ with the quality of their programs.

Saskatchewan Polytechnic is dedicated to supporting its international students. There are a number of scholarships and bursaries offered per year, totalling over CAD 2 million. The international student advisor team supports students throughout their studies, assisting with academic, language and personal needs.

Students can pick from homestays, residential or private housing for accommodation. They can also enjoy a range of clubs and social activities organized by the Students’ Association, where there are many events and sports facilities provided across each campus.

The Student Employment Service ensures a collaborative education and works closely with employers. Students can take advantage of careers fairs and the strong global alumni network which has many valuable partnerships.

92% of students in the labour force are employed within the first year of graduating. This is because businesses are on the lookout for innovative and ambitious individuals who can bring new ideas to improve industries and technologies.

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Overview

Overview

Saskatchewan Polytechnic is located in Saskatchewan, a region which is often referred to as Canada's ‘Land of Living Skies'. International students from all over the globe study at Saskatchewan Polytechnic, either on campus or online.

The institution has campuses in Saskatoon, Moose Jaw, Prince Albert and Regina and is part of Polytechnics Canada along with 12 other research-intensive, industry-responsive institutions.

Students can choose from undergraduate degree/postgraduate certificates and diplomas which are designed to improve the economic and public sectors. They are provided with industry knowledge and are shown how to develop business skills. 93 percent of students said they were ‘satisfied to very satisfied' with the quality of their programs.

Saskatchewan Polytechnic is dedicated to supporting its international students. There are a number of scholarships and bursaries offered per year, totalling over CAD 2 million. The international student advisor team supports students throughout their studies, assisting with academic, language and personal needs.

Students can pick from homestays, residential or private housing for accommodation. They can also enjoy a range of clubs and social activities organized by the Students' Association, where there are many events and sports facilities provided across each campus.

The Student Employment Service ensures a collaborative education and works closely with employers. Students can take advantage of careers fairs and the strong global alumni network which has many valuable partnerships.

94 percent of students in the labour force are employed within the first year of graduating. This is because businesses are on the lookout for innovative and ambitious individuals who can bring new ideas to improve industries and technologies.

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What’s new

Saskatchewan Polytechnic is always on the look-out for new partnerships in applied research that focus on solving real-world problems while maximising the benefits for everyone involved. That’s why a partnership between Sask Polytech and Create Café, a 3D-Printing studio and café in Saskatoon, is a recipe for success — the rewards can prove to be bigger than planned.

“Partnerships like this provide win-win scenarios for everyone involved,” says Dustin Maki, CEO and founder of Create Café. “We are extremely pleased and impressed with the help that Sask Polytech provided in guiding us through the applied research process, and the quick response in getting the project underway.”

Sask Polytech faculty developed and produced a set of high flow 3D printing nozzles. The nozzles, which were constructed with support from the Industrial Research Assistance Program, are now being used in a custom ErectorBot 3D printer nicknamed Printron – the largest indoor 3D printer in North America and the only one in Canada. Printron is owned by Randy Janes, co-owner of Create Café and sole owner of Wave of the Future 3D. Printron allows for six-times more material to be laid down than what Create Café has been able to do in the past. Because of these new nozzles, large-scale items, such as the Wave – the world’s first-ever 3D printed camper – can be printed at Create Café.

Lance Greene, CPO and co-founder at Create Café and a Sask Polytech alum, who designed the original high flow nozzle says he was on board with the partnership because he knows what the institution is capable of achieving.

For Tim Muench, programme head of the CAD/CAM and Mechanical Engineering Technology programs, partnerships like this are why Sask Polytech graduates continue to be sought after in their chosen career field.

“Our students have opportunities for first-hand experience with cutting edge technology and exposure to possible career options,” says Muench. More about this

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Partnerships

Saskatchewan Polytechnic partners with other organizations in applied research to tackle real-world problems. It has recently has teamed up with Create Café, a 3D-Printing studio and café based in Saskatoon.

“Partnerships like this provide win-win scenarios for everyone involved,” said Dustin Maki, who is the CEO and founder of the café. “We are extremely pleased and impressed with the help that Sask Polytech provided in guiding us through the applied research process, and the quick response in getting the project underway.”

The institution’s faculty developed a set of high flow 3D printing nozzles with the Industrial Research Assistance Program. They have been used in a custom ErectorBot 3D printer named Printron, the only one of its kind in Canada. It is owned by Randy Janes, the co-owner of Create Café, and the owner of Wave of the Future 3D. Printron means that six times more material can be laid down than what Create Café has had the ability to do in the past. Because of the nozzles, larger items – such as the globe’s first 3D printed camper – can be printed at the café.

Lance Greene, the CPO and co-founder of Create Café, as well as an alumnus of Saskatchewan Polytechnic, designed the original high flow nozzle. He was on board with the partnership as he was aware of the great things that the institution could achieve.

Tim Muench, the programme head of the CAD/CAM and Mechanical Engineering Technology programs, said that partnerships such as this are the reason why Saskatchewan Polytechnic graduates are highly sought after in the professional job market.

“Our students have opportunities for first-hand experience with cutting edge technology and exposure to possible career options,” said Muench.

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What's new

Award winning sustainability project

Saskatchewan Polytechnic instructor Ramon Ricafort started an applied research project that aims to find the best ways to reuse plastics made from polyethylene terephthalate. The project was recognized for its pioneering nature and won a Regional Centre of Expertise (RCE) Saskatchewan Education for Sustainable Development Recognition Award. The project will continue its work and is supported, as well as funded, by the Saskatchewan Polytechnic Office of Applied Research and Innovation.

Saskatchewan Polytechnic joins digital cluster

The institution has become part of the Digital Technology Supercluster to work on a project called Project Looking Glass. The project aims to support government and industry to use COVID-19 data to assess risk in public policy and practice. The primary objective is to use evidence to inform decision making for the maximum benefit of citizens and ensuring the continued protection of their health.

Students in line for professional designation

Students studying the Supply Chain Management postgraduate certificate course can now earn credits towards a professional accreditation with a Supply Chain Management Professional (SCMP) designation. The designation has been made possible by the partnership between the institution and Supply Chain Canada.

Human resources CPHR accreditation

The Business diploma in Human Resources at Saskatchewan Polytechnic is accredited as a Chartered Professional in Human Resources (CPHR) program. Students on the course who achieve an average of 70 percent or above are exempt from having to sit for the National Knowledge Exam.

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Education quality

At Saskatchewan Polytechnic, students will enjoy…

  • A high-quality, job-focused education
  • Strength in academic offerings
  • Strong industry connections and
  • Applied research opportunities.

Students will benefit from

  • Personalised attention and hands-on learning opportunities
  • A focus on applied learning and applied research skills
  • Obtaining marketable skills to be successful on the job from day one
  • Student-focused instructors and
  • Shorter, industry-driven training, where students will learn what they need to be successful in the workforce and find a job related to their field of study.

Educational partners

Students will also benefit from Saskatchewan Polytechnic’s academic partnership programs, some of its partners include…

  • Dumont Technical Institute
  • First Nations University of Canada
  • Polytechnics Canada
  • Regina Trades and Skills Centre
  • Saskatchewan Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Commission
  • Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technologies
  • Saskatchewan Regional Colleges
  • Saskatoon Trades and Skills Centre
  • University of Regina
  • University of Saskatchewan

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Education quality

Those who choose to study at Saskatchewan Polytechnic will be provided with an industry-focused education that has strong academic offerings, invaluable industry connections and effective applied research.

Students will benefit from tailored and hands-on learning which focuses on developing an applied knowledge and skillset. They will learn marketable skills, be provided with industry-driven experience and discover how to succeed as a graduate in the professional world.

Educational Partners

Students can take advantage of Saskatchewan Polytechnic’s academic partnership programs to institutions across Canada. Some partners include:

  • Memorial University
  • Cape Breton University
  • Royal Roads University
  • Vancouver University (VIU)
  • Queen’s University
  • University of Regina
  • University of Saskatchewan

New programs

In light of the ever-changing nature of the job market Sask Polytech liaises with industry experts and academics to develop top-quality, dynamic new programs to produce graduates of high expertise. New qualifications include:

  • English for Academic Purposes (EAP) Level 1 & 2
  • Post-graduate certificates
    1. Software Developer
    2. Supply Chain Management
    3. Technology Management
  • Bachelor of Construction Management
  • Computer Systems Technology Diploma
  • Power Engineering Technician Certificate

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Education quality

Those who choose to study at Saskatchewan Polytechnic will be provided with an industry-focused education that has a strong academic offering, invaluable industry connections and effective applied research.

Students will benefit from tailored and hands-on learning which focuses on developing an applied knowledge and skillset. They will learn marketable skills, be provided with industry-driven experience and discover how to succeed as a graduate in the professional world.

Educational Partners

Students can take advantage of Saskatchewan Polytechnic's academic partnership programs to institutions across Canada. Some partners include:

  • Memorial University
  • Cape Breton University
  • Royal Roads University
  • Vancouver University (VIU)
  • Queen's University
  • University of Regina
  • University of Saskatchewan

New programs

In light of the ever-changing nature of the job market Sask Polytech liaises with industry experts and academics to develop top-quality, dynamic new programs to produce graduates of high expertise. New qualifications include

  • English for Academic Purposes (EAP) Level 1 and 2
  • Post-graduate certificates
    1. Artificial Intelligence and Data Analytics
    2. Business Accountancy
    3. Business Management
    4. Cyber Security
    5. Financial Services
    6. Project Management
    7. Software Developer
    8. Supply Chain Management
    9. Software Developer
    10. Technology Management
  • Bachelor of Construction Management
  • Bachelor of Applied Management

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Schools

Saskatchewan Polytechnic currently provides education at certificate, diploma, degree and postgraduate levels.

International Students are currently accepted into over 50 programs within the following schools:

School of Business – Saskatchewan Polytechnic Business offers 16 programs, in accountancy, administration, financial services, human resources, insurance or marketing.

School of Health Sciences – Students will be prepared to join the growing demand for skilled health care workers.

School of Hospitality and Tourism – Sask Polytech is known nationally for its top-quality hospitality programs.

School of Mining, Energy and Manufacturing – Students enjoy hands-on learning with modern equipment and first-rate shop facilities. Several of the school’s programs include an applied research project so students can put theory to the test in real-world situations.

School of Nursing – Students will benefit from small class sizes that can afford plenty of one-to-one interaction with over 230 nationally recognised faculty. Prior to clinical practice placements, students will build their confidence in simulation centres, complete with high-tech mannequins, hospital and assessment rooms, video cameras and control rooms.

School of Transportation and Construction – Students will learn in well-equipped facilities from supportive instructors with real-world experience.

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Schools

There are ten schools across each of Saskatchewan Polytechnic’s four campuses, with international students in more than 80 different programs.

School of Business

There are a range of programs which cover accountancy, administration, financial services, human resources, insurance and marketing.

School of Construction

Students who enjoy practical work and building structures will be able to choose from a program in an area such as bricklaying, carpentry or architectural technologies.

School of Health Sciences

Students will learn how to join the high-in-demand workforce of skilled healthcare workers.

School of Hospitality and Tourism

The school provides hospitality and tourism programs, covering areas including institutional cooking, and hotel and restaurant management.

School of Human Services and Community Safety

The school helps students learn how to contribute to certain issues in society through 18 programs ranging from a diploma in early childhood education to a certificate in funeral directing.

School of Information and Communications Technology

Students can choose from industry-focused programs in areas such as media production and digital graphic design.

School of Mining, Energy and Manufacturing

Students will be given a practical and modern educational experience. Several programs include an applied research project where theory can be applied to real-world issues.

School of Natural Resources and Built Environment

Those who want to improve the natural or built environments can enjoy programs in areas including bioscience technology and integrated resource management.

School of Nursing

Small, interactive class sizes with a large faculty means that students can prepare for a successful career. They learn in simulation centres with mannequins, cameras, hospital scenarios, and assessment and control rooms.

School of Transportation

Students will gain a technical education working in modern facilities. They’ll also benefit from rich industry experience.

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Schools

There are ten schools across each of Saskatchewan Polytechnic's four campuses, with international students in more than 80 different programs.

School of Business

There are a range of programs which cover accountancy, administration, financial services, human resources, insurance and marketing.

School of Construction

Students will be able to choose from a program in an area such as bricklaying, carpentry or architectural technologies.

School of Health Sciences

Students will learn how to join the high-in-demand workforce of skilled healthcare workers.

School of Hospitality and Tourism

The school provides hospitality and tourism programs, covering areas including institutional cooking, and hotel and restaurant management.

School of Human Services and Community Safety

The school helps students learn how to contribute to certain issues in society through programs ranging from a diploma in Early Childhood Education to a certificate Occupational Health and Safety.

School of Information and Communications Technology

Students can choose from industry-focused programs in areas such as media production and digital graphic design.

School of Mining, Energy and Manufacturing

Students will be given a practical and modern educational experience. Several programs include an applied research project where theory can be applied to real-world issues.

School of Natural Resources and Built Environment

Those who want to improve the natural or built environments can enjoy programs in areas including bioscience technology, civil engineering integrated resource management.

School of Nursing

Small, interactive class sizes with a large faculty means that students can prepare for a successful career. They learn in simulation centres with mannequins, cameras, hospital scenarios, and assessment and control rooms.

School of Transportation

Students will gain a technical education working in modern facilities. They'll also benefit from rich industry experience.

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Entry requirements

Entry requirements

Admission requirements vary across programs and range from a Saskatchewan equivalent Grade 12, with specific course and grade minimums required to a conferred bachelor's degree from a recognised post-secondary institution for its postgraduate programs.

All Saskatchewan Polytechnic programs require a minimum IELTS overall minimum score of Band 6.5 and a minimum score of 5.0 in each component. The Saskatchewan Collaborative Bachelor of Science in Nursing program, delivered in partnership with the University of Regina, requires a minimum overall score of Band 7.0 and a minimum score of 7.0 in speaking.

More on English language requirements

Most programs use a First Qualified, First Admitted (FQFA) application process. This means that the sooner students apply for a programme, the better their chances are of obtaining a seat.

As many of the programs fill up quickly, students must apply far in advance of the deadlines. The institution begins accepting applications in September for programs that start in September of the following year. For programs with a September intake, students should complete their application by May 1st.

If they choose to apply after May 1st, students must remember that the combined processing times of Saskatchewan Polytechnic and Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) may not give them enough time to begin studies in the fall.

For those programs with January intakes, students should apply by October 1st.

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Entry requirements

Entry requirements

Admission requirements are specific to each program at Saskatchewan Polytechnic. Students will need an equivalent to a minimum of a Saskatchewan grade 12 from a recognized institution.

The majority of programs use the First Qualified, First Admitted (FQFA) application method. Therefore, students who apply for a program early enough in advance will have more chance of getting a place on a program.

Programs can only take a certain number of students and places are in high demand, so students are encouraged to apply as soon as they can. Applications open in October for programs beginning in September and January. Students should apply before the previous May.

For programs which begin in January, students should apply before the previous May.

Students will also need to meet the English language requirements. All programs require an IELTS score of at least 6.5, or equivalent.

EAP program

Saskatchewan Polytechnic gives students the opportunity to develop and strengthen their English language skills through their newly developed English for Success courses. The courses assist students to improve their language test scores and meet the English language entry requirement for Sask Polytech programs.

Upon successful completion of English for Success Level 2, students will meet the English language entrance requirements for their chosen Sask Polytech program. The program is for international applicants who:

Note: English for Academic Purposes is not an option for students applying to Bachelor of Nursing (BScN), Practical Nursing or Power Engineering.

  • Meet the admission requirements (except for the English Language Requirement) for the post-secondary program they are applying to.
  • Have an overall IELTS academic score (or other accepted equivalent) of at least 5.5, but less than 6.5.

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Entry requirements

Entry requirements

Admission requirements are specific to each program at Saskatchewan Polytechnic. Students will need an equivalent to a minimum of a Saskatchewan grade 12 from a recognized institution.

The majority of programs use the First Qualified, First Admitted (FQFA) application method. Therefore, students who apply for a program early enough in advance will have more chance of getting a place on a program.

Programs can only take a certain number of students and places are in high demand, so students are encouraged to apply as soon as they can. Applications open in October for programs beginning in September and January. Students should apply before the previous May.

For programs which begin in January, students should apply before the previous May.

Students will also need to meet the English language requirements. All programs require an IELTS score of at least 6.5, or equivalent.

EAP program

Saskatchewan Polytechnic gives students the opportunity to develop and strengthen their English language skills through their newly developed English for Success courses. The courses assist students to improve their language test scores and meet the English language entry requirement for Sask Polytech programs.

Upon successful completion of English for Success Level 2, students will meet the English language entrance requirements for their chosen Sask Polytech program. The program is for international applicants who:

  • Are applying to a First Qualified First Admitted (FQFA) Sask Polytech post-secondary program. Note: English for Academic Purposes is not an option for students applying to Bachelor of Nursing (BScN), Practical Nursing or Power Engineering.
  • Meet the admission requirements (except for the English Language Requirement) for the post-secondary program they are applying to.
  • Have an overall IELTS academic score (or other accepted equivalent) of at least 5.5, but less than 6.5.

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Scholarships & funding

Scholarships & funding

International students are eligible for most of the same scholarships, bursaries and awards as domestic students. As well as some specific to international students which are typically awarded based on academic achievement after completing one semester.

Students must investigate and apply for anything that they believe they may qualify for. Most awards are typically in the CAD500 to CAD1000 range.

Student Awards

Thanks to the generosity of donors and alumni, Saskatchewan Polytechnic provides approximately CAD2 million in student awards every school year.

Awards are commonly selected on the basis of financial need, academic achievement or a combination of the two. The selection basis for awards can also include volunteer or leadership involvement in their communities and schools.

Have a look at scholarship opportunities available

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Scholarships & funding

Scholarships & funding

Sask Polytech is well supported by donors and alumni, meaning that the institution offers around CAD2 million each year in student awards and financial aid. International students have the opportunity to apply for a number of merit-based scholarships. These are primarily adjudicated on the basis of academic achievement and performance. Students are encouraged to explore the awards available and check their eligibility. There are currently no scholarships available for those applying to study at Sask Polytech for the first time. However, the achievement-based awards are offered throughout the duration of student’s study at the institution.

In order to qualify for scholarships students must be enrolled for a Sask Polytech programme and have received confirmation of their enrolment. Students are able to use marks, which can be accessed after completing one semester, achieved in a Sask Polytech program in their application.

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Scholarships & funding

Scholarships & funding

Sask Polytech is well supported by donors and alumni, meaning that the institution offers around CAD 2 million each year in student awards and financial aid. International students have the opportunity to apply for a number of merit-based scholarships. These are primarily adjudicated on the basis of academic achievement and performance. Students are encouraged to explore the awards available and check their eligibility. There are currently no scholarships available for those applying to study at Sask Polytech for the first time. However, the achievement-based awards are offered throughout the duration of student's study at the institution.

In order to qualify for scholarships students must be enrolled for a Sask Polytech programme and have received confirmation of their enrolment. Students are able to use marks, which can be accessed after completing one semester, achieved in a Sask Polytech program in their application.

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Facilities

Facilities

Saskatchewan Polytechnic is made up of 4 unique main campuses, located in Moose Jaw, Regina, Saskatoon and Prince Albert.

Each campus at Saskatchewan Polytechnic provides students with various amenities, including:

  • Cafeterias and coffee shops
  • Bookstore
  • Library
  • Student lounges
  • Intercultural Centre and prayer space
  • Recreation services - Fitness centres with personal training, fitness classes, intramural sports and competitive teams
  • Students' associations, student clubs and volunteer opportunities

International students at Saskatchewan Polytechnic have their own informal association where they share information, resources and news and connect with one another.

Students attending the Regina Campus may want to consider living at the new 693-bed residence on the University of Regina campus. It's only minutes away and offers students all the amenities of home. For more information, visit the Saskatchewan Student Application Process page. This page provides step by step instructions for students to apply for residences.

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Facilities

Facilities

Saskatchewan Polytechnic has four different campuses which can be found in Moose Jaw, Regina, Saskatoon and Prince Albert.

Each campus offers students a number of amenities, such as:

  • Cafeterias and coffee shops
  • Book shops
  • Libraries
  • Student lounges
  • Intercultural centres and prayer spaces
  • Recreation services
  • Fitness centres with personal training, fitness classes, intramural sports and competitive teams
  • Students' associations, student clubs and volunteer opportunities

International students have their own informal association where they can access resources and news, and are able to meet others.

Those who learn on the Regina campus are able to live at the recently-built housing which accommodates 693 people on the nearby campus. Students can find out more by reading the Saskatchewan Student Application Process page, where step-by-step instructions can be found.

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Graduate outcomes

Graduate outcomes

  • 94 percent of Saskatchewan Polytechnic students who graduate and enter the workforce are employed within one year of graduating.
  • Employers hold graduates of Saskatchewan Polytechnic in high esteem, with around 95 percent saying that they would employ a Saskatchewan Polytechnic graduate again.
  • Through career fairs, industry networking events hosted on campus, and job postings targeted to specific programs, companies located throughout Western Canada regularly recruit graduates of Saskatchewan Polytechnic.
  • Presently, Co-operative Education can only be studied at the Moose Jaw campus as a part of the majority of business programs and all engineering technology programs. Students who complete a co-op work term are able to earn money and additionally practice their recently acquired skills in an industry environment, develop their professional network and also increase their chances of securing permanent employment after they graduate.

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Saskatchewan Polytechnic is a member of Polytechnics Canada, an alliance of 11 research intensive, industry responsive post-secondary institutions. It serves 28,000 distinct students through applied learning opportunities at campuses in Moose Jaw, Prince Albert, Regina and Saskatoon, and through extensive distance education opportunities.

Programs at the institute serve every economic and public service sector. Polytechnics provide people with applied learning opportunities, equipping them with marketable knowledge and skills that business and industry need to grow. The organization provides the depth of learning appropriate to employer and student need, including certificate, diploma and degree programs, and apprenticeship training. Saskatchewan engages in applied research, drawing on faculty expertise to support innovation by employers, and providing students the opportunity to develop critical thinking skills. As a polytechnic, it offers a comprehensive suite of programming, including certificates, diplomas and degrees. Many programs have strong articulation agreements with universities across Canada, with grads often receiving two years of credit towards a degree.

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