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Saskatchewan Polytechnic


  • Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology (SIAST), informally known as Saskatchewan Polytechnic, is one of the most reputed institutions for post-secondary learning and skills training in Canada which is recognized nationally and internationally for its unique innovation and academic excellence.
  • Every year, the institution enrolls approximately 26000 students from across the globe, offering highly industry relevant programs.
  • SIAST has 4 campus - Moose Jaw, Prince Albert, Saskatoon and Regina, offering various courses and programs.
  • Four individual schools combined up together to form Saskatchewan Polytechnic:
    • The Moose Jaw campus was founded as Saskatchewan Technical Institute in 1959.
    • Saskatoon campus started as the Central Saskatchewan Technical Institute in 1963.
    • Regina Campus was founded by the Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Arts and Science in 1972.
    • The Regional college act and the Institute act lead in merging Saskatchewan's Technical Institute, college and community advance Technology Training Center to form the Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology. Later, on 24 September 2014, the institution was named Saskatchewan Polytechnic
  • Saskatchewan Polytechnic is awarded the Faculty Award for Excellence in Teaching and Applied Research Award of Excellence.
  • The Institute is recognized as among the top employers of Saskatchewan.
  • Saskatchewan Polytechnic is ranked at 7356th globally and 198th in Canada by Webometrics.

Faculties and Schools

  • School of Business
  • Joseph A. Remai School of Construction
  • School of Continuing Education
  • School Health Sciences
  • School of Hospitality and Tourism
  • School of Human Services and Community Safety
  • School of Information and Communication Technology
  • School of Mining, Energy and Manufacturing
  • School of Natural Resources and Built Environment
  • School of Nursing
  • School of Transportation


Moose Jaw Campus

Moose Jaw is the 4th largest city in Saskatchewan, located at the Treaty 4 territory. Saskatchewan Polytechnic Moose Jaw campus is surrounded by amenities like shopping malls, grocery stores, movies theaters, easy health access. The Moose Jaw campus offers programs in

  • Construction
  • Business
  • Hospitality and Tourism
  • Information and Communication Technology
  • Mining, Energy and Manufacturing
  • Transportation

Prince Albert Campus

The third-largest city of Saskatchewan is Prince Albert. The city is full of exciting activities and is the ideal location for students, and is also the getaway towards Northern Saskatchewan. The Prince Albert campus offers courses in

  • Health Science
  • Hospitality and Tourism
  • Health Science
  • Human service and community safety
  • Natural resource and Built environment
  • Nursing

Regina Campus

The capital city of Saskatchewan, Regina, is referred to as the Queen City which is also the second-largest city of the province. The Regina campus has a lot to offer as it is amongst the major growing provinces of the province. The programs offered in

  • Construction
  • Business
  • Health Science
  • Human Science and Communication
  • Information and communication technology
  • Mining, Energy and manufacturing
  • Nursing

Saskatoon Campus

Saskatoon Campus is located in the largest city of Saskatchewan in Saskatoon, which is often referred to as the “Bridge City”. It is the economic and cultural hub of the province, offering a wide range of opportunities for the students in the city. Programs offered in Saskatoon campus:

  • Construction
  • Business
  • Health Science
  • Tourism and Hospitality
  • Human Services and Community Safety
  • Information and Communications Technology
  • Mining, Energy and Manufacturing
  • Natural Resources and Built Environment
  • Nursing

Scholarships and Financial Aid

International students are eligible for merit-based scholarships, and students need to meet the eligibility criteria while applying for the scholarships. Academic achievement has a 100% weightage for scholarships.

Popular Programs

Saskatchewan Polytechnic offers a wide range of knowledge and skilled oriented courses, some of the popular courses are

  • Medical Radiologic Technology (MRT)
  • Dental Hygiene
  • Nursing



Saskatchewan Polytechnic offers campus accommodation facilities for the short and long term to the international students at all of its campuses.

  • Moose Jaw
  • Prince Albert
  • Regina
  • Saskatoon


Off-Campus accommodation is available near all campuses of Saskatchewan Polytechnic with various residence types such as one-two bedroom apartment, shared flat. The residence is fully furnished and equipped with amenities like

  • Wi-Fi
  • Laundry
  • Electricity backup

The average monthly accommodation expense ranged from CAD 650 - CAD 750.