Many Saskatchewan Polytechnic students benefit from transferring credit.
Transfer Credit is the acknowledgement of formal learning from an institution approved by the Canadian Information Centre for International Credentials (CICIC) towards credential at another recognized institution.
Transfer credit options vary over time; this information is subject to change.
Find out if you can benefit from transferring credit:
- Are you coming to Saskatchewan Polytechnic with credits you want Saskatchewan Polytechnic to recognize?
You must submit all post-secondary transcripts from other institutions
at the time of application. Failure to do so may result in denied
Check the transfer credits recognized by Saskatchewan Polytechnic
Apply using the Transfer Credit Request Form (pdf)
- Do you want to transfer your Saskatchewan Polytechnic credits?
Check Saskatchewan Polytechnic programs recognized for transfer credit at other academic institutions
- Do you want Saskatchewan Polytechnic credit for a high-school computer class?
Check Saskatchewan Polytechnic credit for Saskatchewan high school information processing classes (pdf)
- Do you want to check if a CPR or First Aid course qualifies for equivalency credit with a Saskatchewan Polytechnic course?
Review courses that qualify:
For Saskatchewan Polytechnic transfer credit guidelines, please review Saskatchewan Polytechnic policy, Recognition of Prior Learning: PLAR and Transfer Credit (pdf)
If you do not qualify for transfer credit, but you have experiential learning or informal training, Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition (PLAR) may be an option.
Transfer credits for students enrolled in Saskatchewan Polytechnic School of Academic and Career Education are not covered within this policy. If you are a School of Academic and Career Education student, you can obtain more information from your program head or counsellor.
For more information PLAR and Transfer Credit, visit Recognition of Prior Learning.