Quick Facts

Saskatchewan Polytechnic is Saskatchewan’s only polytechnic and the province’s primary institution for post-secondary applied education and research.

Vision: To lead the rise of polytechnic education.

Mission: Inspire success in every learning journey.

History Polytechnic advantage Vision, mission and mandate

Providing skilled and successful graduates

We fuel provincial growth by providing qualified, work-ready graduates to meet labour market demand. This is demonstrated by consistently high graduate employment rates.

92%
overall graduate employment rate within six months to one year of graduation.
83%
Indigenous graduate employment rate within six months to one year of graduation.

 

Saskatchewan Polytechnic is known for its quality programming and graduates. Our students learn, earn and contribute to growing Saskatchewan.


0%
of employers said they'd hire a Sask Polytech grad again*.

0%
of grads are employed in Saskatchewan.

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graduate average annual salary.

Growing enrolment

Saskatchewan Polytechnic serves students through applied learning opportunities on Treaty 4 and Treaty 6 Territories and the homeland of the Métis people. We offer certificate, diploma and degree programs and apprenticeship technical training to students in Prince Albert, Regina, Moose Jaw and Saskatoon, as well as through distance education opportunities and academic partnerships.

Enrolment by campus

Enrolments in Sask Polytech delivered programs only.

Moose Jaw

Prince Albert

Regina

Saskatoon

Total

 

Indigenous students

Indigenous icon
Indigenous students are an important part of Sask Polytech's community.
0%
of our student population identify as Indigenous students.
 
 

 

International students

Country Sask Polytech Delivered Brokered Total
India 1,351 16 1,367
Nigeria 73   73
China 37 1 38
Philippines 37   37
South Korea 22   22
Vietnam 17   17
Jamaica 16   16
Brazil 6   6
China (Taiwan) 4    
Other 45 41 86
Headcount by country of origin
 

Relevant, future-focused programs

Saskatchewan Polytechnic strives to align its program mix with employers’ current and future needs. The institution works hand-in-hand with professionals and industry experts through Program Advisory Committees. These committees are composed of approximately 700 experts, who let us know where labour markets are headed and what skills graduates need to help employers stay innovative.



0%
of Sask Polytech grads rate program quality as satisfied to very satisfied.

A-Z program listing Flexible Learning Program updates

Employer of choice

Top employer in Saskatchewan award logoSask Polytech has been recognized as a Top Employer in Saskatchewan by Mediacorp Canada for the fifth year in a row. Sask Polytech is a vibrant, healthy and safe workplace where our employees thrive. The institution is working toward building a representative workforce and attracting and retaining the best and the brightest.

Workforce statistics for full-time equivalent (FTE) totals
Academic992
Professional Services546
Out-of-scope
Executive assistants, managers, academic chairs, HR staff
108
Out-of-scope
Directors, associate deans, deans, associate VPs, VPs, president
50
Total1696

Full-time Equivalency (FTE) includes:

  • Full-time employees
  • Part-time employees in a part-time position

Source: 2019-20 Annual Report
*2018 Employer Survey Report

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