The Southern Alberta Institute of Technology Awards for International Students is available to candidates in view of Undergraduate level programs at Southern Alberta Institute of Technology, Canada.
About the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology
The Southern Alberta Institute of technology abbreviated as SAIT is a polytechnic institute situated in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.. Founded in 1916, the institute offer more than 100 career programs in technology and business. It is Calgary’s second oldest post-secondary institution and Canada’s first public funded technical institute.
SAIT offers three baccalaureate degrees (2019), three applied degrees, 73 diploma and certificate programs, 37 apprenticeship trades and more than 1,000 continuing education and corporate training courses.
These are delivered through these eight schools: MacPhail School of Energy, School of Business, School of Construction, School of Health and Public Safety, School of Hospitality and Tourism, School of Information and Communications Technologies, School of Manufacturing and Automation, School of Transportation, School for Advanced Digital Technology.
Southern Alberta Institute of Technology Awards for International Students is open for International Students. The scholarship allows Undergraduate level programm(s) in the field of All Subjects taught at Southern Alberta Institute of Technology. The deadline for the scholarship is Open.
Each successful scholar will receive full educational fund to complete their study expenses in Canada.
To be eligible for this scholarship candidate must meet the following criteria:
All International students who are citizens from any country other than Canada and who have been accepted at SAIT on a student visa are eligible for SAIT student awards.
How to Apply for Southern Alberta Institute of Technology Awards for International Students
To apply, candidates are to complete admission procedure into SAIT undergraduate program. After they can submit application with the following attachments.
Secondary and/or post-secondary transcripts, mark sheets and examination results.
Secondary diploma or graduation certificate and/or post-secondary degree.
Explanation of the grading scale often found on the back or the front page of certifications or transcripts.
Applicants must demonstrate English language proficiency.