International Education Week
We're bringing the world to SAIT
Share a virtual hello and celebrate International Education Week (IEW) with your SAIT community.
Connect with people and cultures from around the world and add a global perspective to your student experience through online social gatherings and information sessions happening throughout the week.
Did you know? More than 100 countries celebrate IEW annually to encourage dialogue and engagement within the international community.
Making SAIT home: From Iran to Calgary
Nov. 16, 2020 | Meet Golnaz! "I would highly recommend that international students participate in events on campus or online to gain new experiences, meet new people and make friends.”
Making SAIT home: From Trinidad and Tobago to Calgary
Nov. 16, 2020 | Meet Richie! “I chose SAIT because the programs are tailored to meet the needs of industry, the facilities are world-class and SAIT as an institution is held in high regard throughout Canada.”
Making SAIT home: From India to Calgary
Nov. 16, 2020 | Meet Ravi! “SAIT has a very good reputation amongst employers, so if you can show your capabilities in the classroom, you will do well when it’s time to look for work.”
Hacking skills shine in global cybersecurity competition
Oct. 22, 2020 | Two teams of SAIT students took third and fifth place in a unique virtual study abroad opportunity — a global game of cybersecurity capture the flag.
Education goes beyond the classroom
Sept. 8, 2020 | Applied learning and cutting-edge curriculum set graduates on a path for career success, but to get the most out of international education at SAIT, students need to look beyond the books.
What draws international students to SAIT?
Sept. 8, 2020 | Each year, SAIT welcomes more than 1,600 students from nearly 100 countries to study. Hands-on education, industry connections and the opportunity to be part of a community.
Greetings from Denmark
Nov. 15, 2019 | Sara Lolarga is spending the third semester of her Architectural Technologies program at VIA University College in Horsens, Denmark. Check out her postcard home, plus some great study abroad advice.