The four schools/campuses that are presently part of Saskatchewan Polytechnic were initially four individual schools. In 1959, the Mosse Jaw Campus was called the Saskatchewan Technical Institute. In 1963, the campus at Saskatoon had begun as the Central Saskatchewan Technical Institute. In 1972, the present campus at Regina was called the Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Arts and Sciences. In 1986, Prince Albert was home to the Northern Institute of Technology. The Institute Act and the Regional Colleges Act had brought together all the institutes to form the Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology which came to be known as Saskatchewan Polytechnic from 24th September 2014.
There are a total of four campuses in Saskatchewan. The first is located at Saskatoon. It was formerly known as SIAST Kelsey Campus after a famous fur-trader and explorer Henry Kelsey. The campus covers about 13 acres. The Saskatoon Campus has been there since 1941. It has the Joseph A. Remai School of Construction, School of Business, School of Health Sciences, School of Nursing and School of Transportation.
The second campus is located at Moose Jaw and was initially known as SIAST Palliser Campus. Moose Jaw is a city with historic underground and downtown tunnels. This campus has the School of Business, School of Hospitality and Tourism, School of Mining, Energy and Manufacturing, School of Natural Resources and Built Environment and School of Transportation.
The third campus is situated at Regina. This campus was formerly called SIAST Wascana Campus. Regina, the capital of Saskatchewan, is often called the Queen City. Some courses offered at the Regina Campus are Bachelor of Construction Management, Plumbing and Pipefitting, Certificate of Achievement in Leadership and Coaching Development, Diploma in Advanced Care Paramedic, Advanced Diploma in Dental Hygiene, Certificate in Aboriginal Policing Preparation, Certificate in Welding and Collaborative Nurse Practitioner Programme.
The fourth campus is at Prince Albert. It was originally called the SIAST Woodland Campus. Prince Albert has two buildings – one for the technical courses and another for the academic courses. Programmes offered at Prince Albert are Advanced Certificate for Adult Teaching and Learning, Certificate for Carpentry, Applied Certificate for Career Essentials, Applied Certificate for Food and Beverage Service and Certificate for Industrial Mechanics.
Saskatchewan offers programmes and courses in visual/applied media, basic education, human/community services, health services, trades/industrial, nursing, tourism and recreation, aviation, business, engineering technology, food/hospitality services, natural resources, technology and science. The notable alumni of Saskatchewan Polytechnic include Canadian Politician Hugh Nerlien, Farmer and Former Political Figure Sherwin Petersen, Politician Bob Deptuck, Canadian Politician Roger Parent and American Baseball Player Elsie Wingrove.
|Other Courses - 15 Courses||IELTS - 6.5-7|
TOEFL - 81-90
|Documents||SOP - Not required|
LOR - Not required
Essays - Not required
CV - Not required
Additional documents - Required
|Application fees||CAD 150|
|Type of deadline||Regular|
|Other Courses - 15 Courses||0.6 - 2.5 Years||INR 2L - 9.5L|
CAD 3,500 - 16,447