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Use these options to apply and submit early to help secure your spot.

Online domestic applicants pay only $50. Domestic applicants who choose to submit a paper application must pay $75. International applicants must apply online ($150 includes document assessment fee).

Did you know? Students accepted into most full-time programs must pay a deposit to hold their seat, within a specific timeframe indicated in the acceptance letter. See Programs and Course Fees.

  1. Find the right program for you.
    Need help? Let the Program Selector help you determine your interests, values, aptitudes and skills so you can narrow down your choice of programs.

  2. Review the program's official web page and:
    1. Determine the next start date for the program
    2. Select a campus that offers the program
    3. Review program and course requirements

  3. Login to online admissions. Before proceeding, ensure you have a valid credit or debit card ready. You will not be able to submit an online application without payment. We currently accept Visa, Debit Visa, MasterCard, Debit MasterCard, and Interac (RBC Royal Bank, BMO Bank of Montreal, Scotiabank, or TD Canada Trust).

    International applicants must apply online ($150 includes document assessment fee).

    Once you create your login ID and PIN, you can complete the Application Checklist that includes these sections:
    • Name
    • Contact information
    • Personal information
    • Planned program of study
    • High school
    • Post-secondary education


You may complete all sections immediately or return to complete them at your convenience. To leave and return later, click Finish Later. Your information is transmitted through a secured server and is kept confidential until you submit your application. Only after you submit your application will it be available for review by our Registration Services staff.

  1. Submit application, fee and supporting documents:
    1. Once your application is complete, click on Application is Complete to submit
    2. You will be prompted to pay a non-refundable application fee. Payment options include: Visa or MasterCard or Interac Online if you bank with a participating financial institution
    3. To apply to another program, complete a separate application and pay a separate non-refundable application fee
    4. Forward supporting documents to Saskatchewan Polytechnic. High school students must ensure the following:
      1. for FQFA applications, submit a Preliminary Statement of High School Standing (pdf) upon application, and ensure any additional requirements are met
      2. for high-demand applications, request from Saskatchewan Education that an electronic copy of your transcript be sent directly to Saskatchewan Polytechnic at the end of semester 1 and the end of semester 2, and ensure any additional requirements are met
    5. Make arrangements to have final official high school and post-secondary transcripts sent directly from the issuing institution to Registration Services before August 1. Final, official transcripts for all education are required.

  • Find the right program for you.
    Need help? Let the Program Selector help you determine your interests, values, aptitudes and skills so you can narrow down your choice of programs.

  • Review the program's official web page and:
    1. Determine the next start date for the program
    2. Select a campus that offers the program
    3. Review program and course requirements

  • Complete the appropriate application.
    1. Regular Application for Admission (pdf) form; or
      Application for Admission to the Saskatchewan Collaborative Bachelor of Science in Nursing (pdf)
    2. Forward supporting documents to Saskatchewan Polytechnic. High school students must ensure the following:
      1. for FQFA applications, submit a Preliminary Statement of High School Standing (pdf) upon application, and ensure any additional requirements are met; and
      2. for high-demand applications, request from Saskatchewan Education that an electronic copy of your transcript be sent directly to Saskatchewan Polytechnic at the end of semester 1 and the end of semester 2, and ensure any additional requirements are met
    3. Make arrangements to have final official high school and post-secondary transcripts sent directly from the issuing institution to Registration Services before August 1. Final, official transcripts for all education are required.

  • Ensure your application package contains the following items. Before submitting, make a copy of your application package for your record.
  1. Your completed application
  2. Your official high school and post-secondary transcripts and any other necessary documents
  3. Separate non-refundable $75 application fee for each program and location to which you apply. Payment options include cheque (made payable to Saskatchewan Polytechnic), cash, Visa or MasterCard

  • Visit in person or mail your application package to the Registration Services office located in any of the Saskatchewan Polytechnic main campus locations

    Campus Street Addresses

  • Moose Jaw Campus

    600 Saskatchewan Street and 6th Avenue NW, Moose Jaw
    Need directions?

    Prince Albert Campus, Technical Building

    1100 - 15th Street East, Prince Albert
    Need directions?

    Regina Campus

    4500 Wascana Parkway, Regina
    Need directions?

    Saskatoon Campus, , Idylwyld Dr.

    1130 Idylwyld Dr N and 33rd Street, Saskatoon
    Need directions?

    Registration Services Office Hours

    8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. (Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday)
    9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. (Wednesday)

  • Campus Mailing Addresses

    Sask Polytech, Moose Jaw Campus 
    Registration Services
    PO Box 1420
    Moose Jaw SK  S6H 4R4
    Sask Polytech, Prince Albert Campus, Technical Building
    Registration Services

    1100-15th Street East
    Prince Albert SK  S6V 7S4

    Sask Polytech, Regina Campus 
    Registration Services
    PO Box 556
    Regina SK  S4P 3A3
    Sask Polytech, Saskatoon Campus, Idylwyld Dr.
    Registration Services
    PO Box 1520
    Saskatoon SK  S7K 3R5

 

 

Program Application Information

  • Student Recruitment Advisors can help you find a program that is right for you.
  • Without being admitted to the program, you may register, and earn credit, in some program courses that are available through Continuing Education and Distance Learning.
  • If you don't have the qualifications for a program, special admission may be an option.
  • View Transfer Credit to determine how your previous education may count towards the completion of your program.
  • View Prior Learning Assessment Recognition ( PLAR) to learn more about how your previous work experience may count towards the completion of your program.
  • Saskatchewan Polytechnic welcomes international students to follow these steps to study at Saskatchewan Polytechnic in Canada.
  • English language proficiency is required for all applicants.
  • Saskatchewan Polytechnic's Education Equity Program seeks to assure enrolment and graduation of designated groups.

Domestic Applicants with Foreign Documents

As a domestic applicant with foreign documents, the following requirements are applicable to you, as deemed necessary in your case.

Domestic applicants with foreign documents are required to pay a non-refundable Foreign Credential Assessment Fee for the assessment of transcripts from other countries, as needed. See Tuition and Fees Policy 1214-G (pp. 7).

Proof of Residency

Permanent Residents must submit the original or a notarized copy of their Permanent Resident card.

English Language Proficiency

The language of instruction and examination at Saskatchewan Polytechnic is English. Proof of English language proficiency is required of all applicants whose first learned language is not English. See English Language Requirement.

Saskatchewan Polytechnic offers IELTS and CLB testing at our Regina and Saskatoon Campus locations. See the Language Centre for testing information.

Foreign Documentation

To meet admission requirements, all relevant original documents, including transcripts, must be submitted to Saskatchewan Polytechnic directly from the related institution(s).

Scanned copies of documents are accepted from applicants for initial assessment only. Once you have applied to the program, you may submit scanned documents by email to internationaldocuments@saskpolytech.ca. Ensure that the scanned documents are submitted as unprotected PDF attachments, are entirely readable, and contain the following information from your application:

  • your full legal name
  • your Sask Polytech student ID number (which is provided to you shortly after application)
  • your selected program
  • proof of legal name change (if applicable)

Required Translations

If your documents are in a language other than English, you must submit translated versions for verification. If you require that your documents be translated into English, we recommend the Association of Translators and Interpreters of Saskatchewan (ATIS).

Submission

The final decision on your application cannot be made until all original documents are received and verified by Saskatchewan Polytechnic. Ensure that original documents are submitted to the following address as early as possible.

International Admissions
Saskatchewan Polytechnic Saskatoon Campus
1130 Idylwyld Drive North
PO Box 1520
Saskatoon SK  S7K 3R5
Canada

If your country of origin is unable to provide Saskatchewan Polytechnic with original documents, you may be required to ask the applicable Ministry of Education to provide us with proof of authenticity.

West African Applicants

If you have written the West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE), (i.e., in Gambia, Ghana, Liberia, Nigeria, or Sierra Leone), your grades are maintained in The Western African Examinations Council (WAEC) database. Saskatchewan Polytechnic must verify your results. Refer to the attached instructions concerning WASSCE (pdf) verification.

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