Get your documents assessed for admission
Applicants who were educated outside of Canada require an international document assessment.
Step 1: Apply to a SAIT program
Choose a program and submit an application.
Step 2: Submit your anticipated final grades and educational documents
To be considered for admission or selection while you wait for your assessment results, you must provide anticipated final grades for the program admission requirements.
- Check the admission requirements for your program(s).
- Provide a reasonable estimate of your grades for each of the admission requirements.
- Please submit your original secondary school/ or post-secondary documents with certified English translations. Scan your original documents in colour. Please do not send us original documents.
Follow these steps to submit your documents and anticipated final grades:
- Log into mySAIT
- Click on the MyApplication tab at the top of the page.
- Choose the Document Submissions link on the left of the page.
- Complete the form and attach any relevant documents required for admission.
- Select the Anticipated Final Grades Form
- Complete the form
- Return to the main document submission page
- Click Submit
- If successful, you will be taken to a confirmation page.
- You will be sent a confirmation email
Step 3: Submit your educational documents
Please submit your original secondary school/ or post-secondary documents with certified English translations. Scan your original documents in colour. Please do not send us original documents, for any questions or technical issues when submitting your documents to us please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Make sure to include the following:
- 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.
- Original educational documents (in original language). If your original documents were not issued in English, you must provide certified translations.
- Your transcripts must show at least three years of consecutive education (secondary and/or post-secondary).
- If your name has changed, we will require validation of name change (marriage certificate, etc.).
- Looking for transfer credit for your post-secondary courses? Check out our transfer options.
If you have documents from the following countries, you must include additional information. Select the country for specific requirements.
American pattern of secondary education
- British pattern of education (O, A/S and A levels)
- French pattern of secondary education
- South Korea
All documentation must be translated into English, signed and stamped by a certified translator. We will not accept translations from an associate member. We will accept translations completed by an official translator in your home country.
What to expect
Once all of the required educational documents have been submitted, the assessment will be completed within six weeks. You can monitor your application status at mySAIT.ca.
Alternative evaluations and assessments accepted for admission to SAIT
- International Qualifications Assessment Service (IQAS): Educational Assessment
- WES Canada: document-by-document International Credential Advantage Package
- International Credential Evaluation Service (ICES): Comprehensive Report
- Comparative Education Service (CES): Educational Credential Assessment
- International Credential Assessment Services of Canada (ICAS): Secondary School Comprehensive Assessment Report
- Academic Credentials Assessment Service (ACAS): This assessment service is no longer available but we will continue to accept previous ACAS evaluations for admission
- Education Credential Evaluators (ECE): Course-by-Course Assessment
Step 4: Meet SAIT's English proficiency requirement
If your primary language of instruction was not English, you will be required to submit a valid English proficiency assessment test score completed within the last 12 months. If you don't meet the English proficiency requirement, consider English Language Foundations.