Saskatchewan's post-secondary institutions and the Ministry of Advanced Education are working together to develop and implement the Post-Secondary Education Indicators Project to collect, analyze and report sector-wide post-secondary data.
The project is currently in a pilot phase. The province's three largest institutions – Saskatchewan Polytechnic, the University of Regina, and the University of Saskatchewan – are participating. Currently, there are 18 approved indicators that provide data on a range of topics, including the demographic details of students, the types of credentials awarded and the value of post-secondary education for Saskatchewan graduates. As the project develops, it will expand to include data from all post-secondary institutions in the province and add a focus on non-credentialed students and courses. Future reports will be posted to this page.
Report 1: Students and Credentials 2018
This report contains a year over year comparison of the fall enrolment in Saskatchewan's two universities and Saskatchewan Polytechnic from 2013-2017 and the total credentials awarded by this group. It also provides a comparison of the credentials earned by age groups, the number First Nations, Métis and Inuit students enrolled in credentialed programs at Saskatchewan's post-secondary institutions, and the number of International students enrolled at Saskatchewan's post-secondary institutions.
Report 2: Accessibility, Participation and Value 2018
This report provides data on accessibility, participation by age group and value derived from a post-secondary education in Saskatchewan. The value indicators include the average annual income of Saskatchewan post-secondary graduates by credential type.
Report 3: Sustainability 2019
This report focuses on the financial sustainability of credentialed post-secondary education by examining the revenue streams and expenditure levels of Saskatchewan's institutions.