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.