Parkland College, Saskatchewan, CANADA


Established in 1973, Parkland College was the first regional college in Saskatchewan. Committed to accessibility, inclusion and diversity, Parkland College serves the needs of adult learners and industry partners in East Central Saskatchewan. Parkland is having five campuses at Melville, Yorkton, Fort Qu�Appelle, Canora, and Esterhazy.


Parkland College, offers a broad range of programs that include bachelor�s degrees, diplomas and certificates, and adult basic education. Take a look bellow at a few reasons why you should choose Parkland College, Saskatchewan, CANADA for Career Success: 

       Quality Education

       Academic Success

       Industry Connection.

       Safe community

          Complete One year of Program & be eligible for PR*

       Smaller classes (15-30 students) allow for more student/instructor interaction

       Direct entry into University of Regina, University of Saskatchewan or��� Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology

       Friendly & relaxed atmosphere

       State of-the-art facilities (computer labs and internet access)

       Personalized, on-site assistance

       Low cost of living

       Low tuition fees

       A truly Canadian culture

       Enjoy Saskatchewan hospitality!


The majority of the programs start in September; some start in January too.

The tuition fee includes the cost of the text books. (Please refer to our website for exact fee structure)



Intakes: September 2015 and January 2016


Parkland offers students the opportunity to complete the following Bachelor�s degrees right at the Yorkton campus, Saskatchewan, CANADA

         Social Work (four years) - University of Regina

         Indigenous Education (four years) - First Nations University of Canada


Intakes: September 2015 and January 2016


Nursing (four years) - University of Saskatchewan

Intake: September 2015


Below links are just for your reference,


Parkland College Business Programs  


Government of Saskatchewan announces $10 million for Parkland College Trades and Technology Centre