Saskatoon, Regina, Moose Jaw and Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, Canada
Change your world. Starting today.
With CultureWorks and Saskatchewan Polytechnic.
CultureWorks proudly partners with Saskatchewan Polytechnic. We help international students learn academic English to ensure success in their academic journey. When you complete the CultureWorks English for Academic Purposes (EAP) program, you fulfill all English language requirements for direct admission to Saskatchewan Polytechnic.
Apply through CultureWorks – and receive
conditional acceptance at Saskatchewan Polytechnic
On-line and on campus EAP programs
CultureWorks offers online English for Academic Purposes (EAP) programs for Sask Polytech students, with live classes in real time. Starting in 2022, CultureWorks will offer on campus classes for English language training for Sask Polytech students in Saskatoon.
Apply now to start your journey to Saskatchewan Polytechnic with CultureWorks!
Saskatchewan Polytechnic – preparing students for the global workplace through applied learning
Saskatchewan Polytechnic is the province’s primary institution for post-secondary applied education and research, and is a proud member of Polytechnics Canada and UArctic. This focus on applied learning prepares Sask Polytech students to face the global workplace. That’s why 92% of Sask Polytech grads find employment within 6 months to one year of graduation.
Established in 1959, Sask Polytech is home to more than 16,000 students at its four campuses in the province’s four largest cities: Saskatoon, Regina, Moose Jaw and Prince Albert. Sask Polytech offers more than 150 programs covering virtually every economic sector, with more than 80 certificate, diploma and degree programs available to international students.
Saskatchewan Polytechnic is recognized around the world for international engagement and development projects. Sask Polytech collaborates with institutions across Canada and with international partners to develop leading-edge training curriculum. With its affordable tuition, wide selection of programs, and university transfer program that allows shorter timeframes, Sask Polytech is a top choice among international students.
The Sask Polytech Student Experience
As a polytechnic, the focus at Sask Polytech is to learn by doing. Through hands-on learning, students gain the knowledge, skills and experiences to succeed in today’s job market. Approximately two-thirds of programs offer a work-integrated learning component to gain real-world experience. Students are provided with a career-focused education that has a strong academic offering, invaluable industry connections and effective applied research. Students can also take advantage of Sask Polytech’s partnership programs with universities across Canada.
One-on-one attention from teachers provides international students with the support and guidance they need to excel. Students can access a wide variety of amenities including health care services at Sask Polytech, and be part of the community through many student clubs. The career services team helps students find early employment or meet potential employers.
Valuable Work Opportunities for International Students in Canada
Post-Graduation Work Permit
Students who graduate from academic programs with a two-year duration or longer are eligible for a Post-Graduation Work Permit for up to three years. The post-graduation work permit allows students who have graduated to obtain an open work permit to gain valuable Canadian work experience.
Work while you study
It is possible to work in Canada while you are here as a student. To find out more about your eligibility to work while you study, visit: Studying and working in Canada as an international student.
Saskatchewan supports you while you study – and after you graduate
Graduate Retention Program
Saskatchewan offers a unique Graduate Retention Program for students who graduate from an eligible institution and live in Saskatchewan. The program provides a rebate of up to $20,000 of tuition fees paid by eligible graduates – including international students – who live in Saskatchewan and who file a Saskatchewan income tax return.
Start your journey to Saskatchewan Polytechnic though CultureWorks
We work with you, every step of the way. Here’s how it works:
1. You apply through CultureWorks
For students who are academically admissible to Saskatchewan Polytechnic but require English language preparation, you simply apply through CultureWorks to receive conditional acceptance to your program at Sask Polytech.
2. You receive your conditional offer
You will receive your Letter of Acceptance (LOA) to Saskatchewan Polytechnic before you begin your CultureWorks program.
3. You complete your CultureWorks program – and you’re in!
As soon as you successfully complete your CultureWorks program, you gain direct entrance into Saskatchewan Polytechnic – with no IELTS or TOEFL test required! It’s that easy.
Apply now to start your journey to Sask Polytech with CultureWorks!
Saskatchewan Polytechnic Highlights
- 92% employment rate within six months to one year of graduation
- 94% of employers would hire a Saskatchewan Polytechnic grad again
- 94% of grads are employed in Saskatchewan
- 150+ programs Saskatchewan Polytechnic offers degree, diploma, certificate and industry training programs at four different campuses.
- University transfer program is available as well.
- Saskatchewan has the most attractive Permanent Residency laws in Canada for students looking to immigrate to Canada
There are 10 schools across each of Saskatchewan Polytechnic’s four campuses, with international students in more than 80 different programs.
- Health Sciences
- Hospitality and Tourism
- Human Services and Community Safety
- Information and Communications Technology
- Mining, Energy and Manufacturing
- Natural Resources and Built Environment
Life in beautiful Saskatchewan, Ontario, Canada
Sask Polytech, in four locations in Saskatchewan, provides students with an ideal blend of urban excitement and prairie life. The main campus is in Saskatoon, Canada’s fastest growing city with a population of over 273,000. Saskatoon is known as the “Paris of the Prairies” for its eight bridges that span the South Saskatchewan River. Surrounded by shimmering wheat fields, Saskatoon is a city with year-round natural and cultural attractions.
The campus in Regina places students in a vibrant city rich in history and heritage. Regina is the province’s capital city and the second largest city in Saskatchewan with a population of over 228,000. Regina is a 2.5 hour drive south of Saskatoon, and is the cultural and commercial center for southern Saskatchewan.
The Prince Albert campus is in Saskatchewan’s third-largest city with a population of over 35,000. Prince Albert is located near the centre of the province on the banks of the North Saskatchewan River. Historic sites, water park, art galleries and museums offer inspiring activities for students.
Moose Jaw is the fourth largest city in Saskatchewan with a population of over 33,000, situated on the Moose Jaw River in the south-central part of the province. Its historic sites, hiking trails, and natural beauty provide students with an abundance of activities.
Create your future starting today. Apply now at CultureWorks.