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Saskatchewan Agent Training Program

The Saskatchewan Agent Training Program provides training to international recruitment agents to ensure prospective students receive a high-quality service and are supported with consistent Saskatchewan-based instruction and resources.

Through the program, recruitment agents build their knowledge on Canadian laws and immigration, as well as the benefits of studying, living, and working in Saskatchewan. Well trained recruitment agents offer further support and information to prospective students when choosing Saskatchewan as a post-secondary education destination.

Institutions can focus on marketing their programs and continue to build relationships with their recruitment agents. Increasing the number of international students in Saskatchewan will support the post-secondary education sector in achieving their student recruitment goals.

The Ministry of Advanced Education is partnering with the Canadian Bureau for International Education to deliver this training.

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1. Application Information

The Saskatchewan Agent Training Program is for agents actively recruiting international students for Saskatchewan's post-secondary institutions.

Agents currently participating in an agreement with one of Saskatchewan's designated institutions are eligible to register for the Saskatchewan Agent Training Program through that institution.

If you are currently recruiting international students for Saskatchewan, please reach out to a Saskatchewan post-secondary institution for program registration information.

Please email internationaleducation@gov.sk.ca if you have any questions.

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