With the recent 2017-18 Budget announcement, programs and services affected will be updated shortly. Posted March 22, 2017

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Post-Secondary Institutions

Saskatchewan has many post-secondary institutions.  To learn more about universities, colleges and schools in Saskatchewan, please see the sections below.

To see what programs and courses each institution offer, please click on the school’s name within the sections below, and you will be redirected to the institutions website.

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1. Universities

Saskatchewan has two universities:

Both universities offer distance education and correspondence courses in addition to those offered on campus. Both universities offer a range of undergraduate and graduate programs.

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2. Federated Colleges

There are four federated colleges in Saskatchewan:

Federated colleges are academically integrated with one of the two universities but legally and financially independent with different governing boards. They generally offer undergraduate Arts and Science degree programs recognized by the universities. Their degrees are conferred by the university which they are federated.

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3. Affiliated Colleges

Affiliated colleges are associated with one of the two universities, but not academically merged with them. Most of the affiliated colleges are theological colleges. Some  offer courses to fulfil first and second year Arts and Science course requirements for university degree programs or to meet the entrance requirements for some of the professional colleges within the universities.

The University of Saskatchewan has six affiliated colleges:

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4. Saskatchewan Polytechnic

Saskatchewan Polytechnic serves 27,000 distinct students through applied learning opportunities at campuses in Moose Jaw, Prince Albert, Regina and Saskatoon, and through extensive distance education opportunities. Programs serve every economic and public service sector. The institution provides the depth of learning appropriate to employer and student need, including certificate, diploma and degree programs, and apprenticeship training. 

Saskatchewan Polytechnic engages in applied research, drawing on faculty expertise to support innovation by employers, and providing students the opportunity to develop critical thinking skills.

Visit Saskatchewan Polytechnic's website to see what programs and courses they offer.

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5. Aboriginal and Northern Education

There are four aboriginal and northern educational institutions recognized in Saskatchewan:

Gabriel Dumont Institute, through the Saskatchewan Urban Native Teacher Education Program (SUNTEP), and the Northern Teachers’ Education Program (NORTEP) have partnerships with the universities to offer accredited classes leading to degrees for students of Aboriginal ancestry or from the North. 

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6. Regional Colleges

There are several regional colleges across Saskatchewan.  Many regional colleges offer a wide variety of programs and services in the areas of trades, university and Adult Basic Education.  To see what programs and courses each college offers, click on the college name below to be redirected to their website.

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7. Career Colleges

Career Colleges, also known as private vocational schools, offer over 160 vocational training programs in Saskatchewan to prepare students for employment in a specific occupation such as business, health services, fashion, esthetics, hairstyling, and more. These school are privately owned and operated but must be registered with the Ministry of Advanced Education and have received approval for the programs they are offering.

For information on the registered private vocational schools in Saskatchewan as well as information for students and parents, please visit Career Colleges here.

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8. Interprovincial Health Training Agreements

Saskatchewan has interprovincial agreements with post-secondary institutions in other provinces to reserve seats in specific health discipline programs for Saskatchewan students. These programs offer training in health disciplines that are critical to the labour market in Saskatchewan. 

For more information on the programs, students should contact the schools directly.

Existing inter-provincial program students looking for more information regarding employment opportunities or student supports, should complete the Student Information Consent Form and submit it to:

Student Services Centre
1120 - 2010 12th Avenue 
Regina, Saskatchewan  S4P 0M3

Fax: (306) 787-1608

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