Your future starts here.
The world has changed, but one thing never will: SAIT grads get hired. Join us at our new virtual (Un)Open House event to explore our programs, discuss your options and find out how SAIT can help launch your future-proof career.
- Thursday, Oct. 22 | 3 - 8 pm
- Friday, Oct. 23 | noon - 8 pm
This event is completely online and features engaging presentations from our keynote speaker, distinguished alumni and industry-trained instructors, as well as virtual booths where you can live chat with SAIT staff and download program information. You’ll also be able to collect points in our virtual booths and enter to win one of three technology prize packages valued at $1,000.
Whether you’re launching your first career, switching gears or taking your skills to the next level, our faculty and staff will inform and inspire you to reach your goals.
Event registration will be available soon — in the meantime, sign up for updates and to receive free SAIT publications.
Both (Un)Open House days offer the same experience and information. After you attend, you’ll have access to all content, including recordings of the presentations, for 30 days following the event.
We look forward to seeing you at our (Un)Open House!
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Jump start your career
Now, with more than 19 programs starting in May 2021, and some offering full-time, evening and weekend classes, you’ll be able to find a program that fits your schedule. Learn about our programs still accepting applications for Spring 2021.
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Get program-specific information you need to make a decision about your future including the type of careers within the field, admission requirements, earning potential and more.
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