If you didn't take High School in Alberta, order your transcripts from the province or post-secondary institution where you went to school and have them sent to the Office of the Registrar. If you already have a copy of your transcripts, you can scan them and submit following the steps found here.
GED (General Education Development) tests
In alignment with Apprenticeship and Industry Training Alberta, SAIT accepts GED test results for our pre-employment programs only. These exams are only accepted on a limited basis and will not be accepted for entry into any of our other programs. Please consider our Academic Upgrading for entry to our certificate, diploma applied degree or bachelor degree programs.
Home school courses
We will only accept home school courses that appear on an official high school transcript issued by a provincial ministry of education — we do not accept progress reports or documentation from home school providers for admission to our programs. Please contact the education ministry from your home province to discuss having your courses included on an official transcript.
If you ‘re currently in high school or are upgrading one or more of the admission requirements, you must provide sufficient evidence of your course enrolment.
We will accept the following as sufficient evidence:
• Class schedule showing enrolment in required subjects OR
• Transcripts with future subjects indicated OR
• Other proof of registration in program admission requirements and/or English Proficiency testing, if required.
If you want to know what subjects we accept for admission, click on the link below and choose your province to see some of the high school courses commonly accepted for admission to SAIT programs. The information below is a guideline and does not include all of the courses acceptable for admission.
If you were educated outside of Canada, please reference the international document assessment information page.