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Post-Secondary Education Indicators Project

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. 

Along with the ministry, the project is led by the province’s four public credential-granting institutions: the University of Saskatchewan, University of Regina, Saskatchewan Polytechnic, and Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technologies (SIIT). While the majority of students take their classes on the main campuses of these four institutions, data also includes programming offered at Saskatchewan’s federated and regional colleges, and at Dumont Technical Institute. Reports from the project cover all students enrolled in credentialed programming (i.e. degree, diploma or certificate programs) through the province’s public post-secondary institutions.

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1. Credentials

Credentials 2019
This report focuses on the numbers of credentials awarded (degrees, diplomas and certificates) to students who have completed post-secondary education in the province.

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2. Enrolments

Enrolments 2019-20
This report focuses on the numbers and demographic details of students enrolled in post-secondary education over the past five years, up to the 2019-20 academic year. The report also features a new section on the most popular areas of study for Saskatchewan post-secondary students, as well as a look at student numbers in the Fall 2020 semester (which provides insight into the impact of COVID-19 on enrolment trends).

Enrolments 2018-19
This report focuses on the numbers and demographic details of students enrolled in post-secondary education in Saskatchewan. It presents enrolment trends between the 2014-15 and 2018-19 academic years by credential type, gender, age group, Indigenous students and International students. This is the first report of the Saskatchewan Post-Secondary Education Indicators Project to include the Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technologies (SIIT). With the inclusion of SIIT, the data in this report covers all students enrolled in credentialed programming (i.e. degree, diploma or certificate programs) through the province's public post-secondary institutions over the past five years.

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3. Sustainability

Sustainability 2018-19
This report focuses on the financial sustainability of credentialed post-secondary education by examining the revenue streams and expenditure levels of Saskatchewan's institutions.

Sustainability 2017-18
This report focuses on the financial sustainability of credentialed post-secondary education by examining the revenue streams and expenditure levels of Saskatchewan's institutions.

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4. Other

Accessibility, Participation and Value 2017-18
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.

Students and Credentials 2017
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 of 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.

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