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Saskatchewan is located between Alberta to the west and Manitoba to the east, its boundaries extend from the US border along the 49th parallel to the border with the Northwest Territories along the 60th parallel. Saskatchewan is a sole mix of people, cultures and geography that has come up to together to create a rich past, a vibrant present and a shows potential future.

Saskatchewan is a ground of natural beauty that is well-to-do in resources and full of opportunity for study, quality careers, or starting a business. With our strong economy, high quality of life, and low cost of living, Saskatchewan is a great place for you and your family to call home.

Studying in Saskatchewan

Saskatchewan is full of prospects for study, quality careers and entrepreneurship. Saskatchewan offers high-quality, affordable education.  We have high-tech research and modernism facilities and top-quality educators, which attract international students from around the world.  Our universities, colleges and technical institutes offer an ample variety of courses and credentials from trade certifications to doctoral degrees.  The fees for international students may be different than for Canadian students, so you should check with each institution for specific information on fees.

To study in Canada, you generally need a study permit or a temporary resident visa. Visit Studying in Canada:  Study Permits to find out what requirements you must meet in order to study in Saskatchewan.

Working While You Study

Saskatchewan has a lot of quality work opportunities for international students and graduates.  Here you will find information about requirements for working while you are a student and after you graduate. 

It is possible to work in Saskatchewan while you are here as a student.  You may find job opportunities available on and off campus. Visit Studying in Canada:  Work permits for students for more information about off-campus work permits.

For general information on working in Saskatchewan visit the Working section.

After Graduation:

The Post-Graduation Work Permit Program provides eligible graduating students with an opportunity to work in Canada for up to three years.  Visit Studying in Canada:  Work permits for students for more information. 

For information on career opportunities available in Saskatchewan, visit the Working section and  

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