Applying to Saskatchewan Polytechnic can take you to your better future.
Let us help you take the right path. From selecting a program of interest to managing the application process and beyond, this guide will give you the information you need to start your new journey.
With 150+ programs, there’s a lot to consider. We know it’s a big decision and we’re here to help. We’ve put together a variety of exploration tools to help you make the right decision—for you.
Our Programs A-Z page lets you explore your options by industry, credential, location, delivery method and more. Talking to one of our program advisors can also help you narrow down your choices, so don’t hesitate to connect with us or pop into our Zoom Room to ask questions. Interesting in seeing our campuses? Check out Sask Polytech virtually or in-person. We offer lots of supports to help you explore your options.
Each program page provides admission information.
Programs offered part-time may not require applications until a specific point in your studies or at the end. With this path you can start your studies through the School of Continuing Education.
When an application is required, admission to Saskatchewan Polytechnic constitutes admission to a specific program, managed by a specific campus, based on specific admission criteria. Applicants may apply to more than one program by submitting an application, fee and required documentation for each program.
If you are interested in our competitive programs and have international credentials, to determine your next steps in strengthening your application, please apply and select “Pre-application assessment” for the program of your choice. Our competitive programs are only available to apply to during the application window from October 1 to February 15. This pre-application assessment is only available outside the application window and is only available to students with international credentials. We will complete a pre-application assessment and provide results in mySaskPolytech through your myElectronicLetters.
Each program has specific admission requirements. Details on our Admission Requirements will guide you through providing transcripts, class schedules or additional documentation such as a keyboarding tests, permanent residency card, or translation of your documents.
Your academic history is important to support your application. Please send us your transcripts and documents for your application.
For transcript submission instructions:
- applicants with domestic studies can refer to High School and Post-Secondary Transcripts.
- applicants with international studies can refer to International Document Requirements
Did you know… Transcripts impact your Transfer Credit requests?
English is the language of instruction and examination at Saskatchewan Polytechnic. Review the English Language Proficiency Requirements for your program to find out if you already meet requirements.
If you do not meet the requirements, please review the page Meeting English Language Requirements at Saskatchewan Polytechnic.
Some programs allow entry through alternate admissions when applicants do not meet with previous academic studies.
View our pre-recorded admission information sessions. Use these guides to prepare to apply.
Need more information about submitting your application or are you ready to apply?
If you require a study permit apply for a Saskatchewan Polytechnic program as an international student.
The application processes varies between programs. Explore all the details of the admission processes at Saskatchewan Polytechnic.Saskatchewan Polytechnic sets and adjusts enrolment capacities based on employment opportunities and available resources. Did you know… some programs have equity seats for designated groups?
Some programs are popular and you may need to wait for a seat. Seats are offered as soon as they are available for upcoming intakes.
If you are placed on a waitlist and do not receive a seat or are returning to complete your program you may be asked to reapply.
Download an admission checklist:
- First Qualified First Admitted Application Checklist- Domestic applicant (pdf)
- Competitive Application Checklist- Domestic applicant (pdf)
- Domestic Students with Foreign Credentials Application Checklist (pdf)
If you require a study permit see our information for international students.
We know you are eager to hear from us. Send your documents and transcripts as soon as possible! See Step 2: Admission Requirements for more information.
You will be notified by Saskatchewan Polytechnic via email on how to access the mySaskPolytech portal. This information should reach you within two business days. When you apply online you can also track your application online. Letters from the Office of the Registrar are sent to you by electronic letters. To view your electronic letters, you can log onto mySaskpolytech, go to the Applicant tab and click on the myElectronicLetters link.
For the majority of Saskatchewan Polytechnic programs, it will take 30 business days to assess your application after all required documentation is submitted to receive an application decision.
International applicants can view processing times. Also see our General Information and FAQs for international applicants if you have other application related questions.
If you do not receive a seat or are returning to complete your program you may be asked to reapply.
Program web pages note start date timeframes. Academic Year and Breaks are listed online to help you with your planning. Programs typically begin contacting students approximately two weeks before classes begin.
If accepted, domestic applicants will be required to pay a deposit of $600 within 30 days (or less) to secure your seat. International applicants are required to provide a $10,000 deposit (See our General information and FAQs for international applicants if required). Instructions for payments options will help guide you in securing your seat and paying your tuition. Note that receipts for payments are sent to your Saskatchewan Polytechnic email.
Financial assistance, awards or sponsorship for courses or full-time programs can help you meet your financial needs while studying.
- Tuition and fees are posted yearly at the start of the academic year.
- Tax receipts are provided by the end of February each year.
Whether requesting a transcript when your studies are done, finding a form, changing your classes when you start your studies or withdrawing, we are here to help you.
Note that graduation documentation is mailed to you and should be received within four to six weeks of your completion.
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