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The Ministry of Advanced Education is partnering with Saskatchewan's post-secondary institutions to deliver the Saskatchewan Student Ambassador Program. Students interested in becoming ambassadors will be able to apply through a designated institution of their choice as part of their student mobility program. This program will provide students studying abroad and international students studying in Saskatchewan with specialized training to become global citizens and ambassadors of the province. The program will also support the promotion of the province's post-secondary education institutions to increase partnerships with institutions around the world and enhance opportunities in areas such as research and student exchange. Saskatchewan student ambassadors will promote the province as a destination of choice to live, work, study, do business and raise a family.
Specialized training will be provided to students registered for this program. Students will learn about the province and be given materials to help promote Saskatchewan as a destination of choice, whether they are studying abroad or returning to their home country.
Upon completion of the program, students will receive a certificate to recognize their participation to support their future careers.
In Spring 2022, international and domestic students will be able to register for the Saskatchewan Student Ambassador Program through one of Saskatchewan's eligible post-secondary institutions as part of their student mobility application through the international student office.
Students are encouraged to reach out to their post-secondary institution to learn more about how to apply.
A variety of supports are accessible to both international and domestic students through their institution, including the Saskatchewan Innovation and Opportunity Scholarship.
Students are encouraged to reach out to their institution to learn more about the financial supports and scholarships available to them.
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