SASKATCHEWAN POLYTECHNIC, SASKATOON, SASKATCHEWAN - ADMISSION

Saskatoon, SaskatchewanLOCATION
UniversitySCHOOL TYPE
Estd 1959Established Year

Saskatchewan Polytechnic Admission 2020-2021, Requirement, Deadline & Acceptance Rate

Updated By : SUGANDHI SOOD

The research-intensive higher education institution, Saskatchewan offers more than 80 credit courses for International students. Saskatchewan Polytechnic has four locations within Saskatchewan. It offers more than 150 credit, diploma and degree programs to the students.

  • Saskatchewan Polytechnic received a total of 15,871 applications for Fall-2018.
  • International students are required to submit English proficiency test scores
  • There are ten schools across each of Saskatchewan’s four campuses
  • Majority of the programs use the First Qualified, First Admitted (FQFA) application method.
  • 92% of Saskatchewan are employed within one year of graduating

Highlights

Application TypeOnline application
Application Fees$150
Academic CalendarSemesters
Financial aidScholarships, Loans and grants
Modes of PaymentVisa or MasterCard or Interac Online
Tests requiredTOEFL, IELTS, PTEA, CanTEST, MELAB and CAEL

Saskatchewan Polytechnic Admission Deadlines

Students who desire to obtain admissions into the Saskatchewan Polytechnic are required to submit their applications before the following deadlines. These are the general admission deadlines, certain courses have their respective application deadlines.

Entry TermDeadlines
January IntakeOctober 1
September IntakeMay 1

English Language Proficiency Requirements

Since the medium of instruction at Saskatchewan Polytechnic is English, international applicants are required to provide proof of fluency in the English language. The proficiency requirements are mandatory for those applicants who belong to non-native English speaking countries. Applicants taking a proficiency test must meet the minimum score requirement of any one of the following test scores:

Test NameMinimum Required Score
TOEFL (iBT)81
TOEFL (PBT)550
IELTS6.5
PTE63
CAEL60
MELAB85

Saskatchewan Polytechnic Undergraduate Admissions

Presently, Saskatchewan Polytechnic only offers two Bachelor degree programs to international students-

  • Construction Management
  • Saskatchewan Collaborative Bachelor of Science in Nursing.

Apart from these programs, the institute offers a wide range of diploma and certificate courses. Some of the popular short-term courses include Accountancy, BioScience Technology, and Computer Engineering Technology. Before applying for any diploma or certificate program, applicants are advised to check its admission process and requirements.

Application Portal: Online Application

Application Fee: $150

Admission Requirements for Diploma & Certificate Programs

The admission requirements vary for each diploma and certificate program. Applicants can check the specific requirements for a few programs in the table below:

CourseAdmission Requirements
Business12th Grade/Completion of 3 courses from Year 1 of this program (Business Certificate)
Chemical TechnologyMinimum 60% in English Language Arts A30, English Language Arts B30, Chemistry 30 and Pre-Calculus 30
Computer Engineering TechnologyMinimum 60% in Pre-calculus
Geographic Information ScienceMinimum 60% in Pre-Calculus 30; Average score of 65% in English Language Arts A30 & Arts B30

Saskatchewan Polytechnic Postgraduate Admissions

At the PG level, international students are offered the following post-graduate certificate courses-

  • Business Management
  • Business Accountancy
  • Software Developer
  • Supply Chain Management
  • Technology Management

To apply for any of these programs, applicants must complete the Online Application form and submit a $150 application fee. International applicants must note that all the programs have just two admission requirements:-

  • A conferred bachelor's degree from an accredited institution
  • English proficiency test score

Saskatchewan Polytechnic does not have any fixed timeline for admission decisions. Applicants will be notified of the decision on their applications via mail. In case applicants want to appeal their admission decisions, they must write to the Registrar within 3 weeks of decision.

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