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Resources for Parents and Counsellors

Before they enroll at Saskatoon Business College, students look to their parents and high school counsellors for their guidance investing in their education and their future.

Parents

Once classes begin, parents play a vital role in supporting SBC students through their studies and after, as they begin their professional careers.

SBC is proud to offer students:

  • Small class size, each led by a qualified instructor available after school each day.
  • Practical skills-based training that employers are looking for.
  • No deadline to apply; most programs have multiple start dates and students can apply up until the deadline.
  • Career strategies course that teaches students job search and networking skills.
  • Job placement assistance after graduating.
  • Excellent reputation for success among alumni as well as with Saskatchewan employers.

Resources:

Testimonials

Hear from alumni who have found better jobs and brighter futures and read what employers have to say about their satisfaction with SBC graduates.

Counsellors

Students who find success after high school have received guidance from trusted professionals who understand their strengths and needs. As an associate member of SUTIL (Saskatchewan Universities & Technical Institute Liaison), SBC maintains the highest standards in all our recruiting practices.

SBC offers students considering vocational training:

  • Flexible admission requirements. Most programs require Grade 12/GED 12/ABE 12 with an overall average 60%-70%. Students with averages below 60%, or who have earned a GED/ABE 12 are still eligible to apply, but first must sit the SBC Assessment. See How to Apply for more details.
  • Practical skills-based training that employers are looking for.
  • No deadline to apply; most programs have multiple start dates and students can apply up until the deadline.
  • Short, 10-12 month programs with classes Monday to Thursday and no scheduled classes on Fridays.
  • Small class size, each led by a qualified instructor available after school each day.
  • Excellent reputation for success among alumni as well as with Saskatchewan employers.
  • Job placement assistance after graduating.
  • Over 109 years of educational success in Saskatoon.
  • Guidance from an admissions or program advisor prior to application, to ensure the student is on the right path for success.
  • Campus tours and group information sessions available on request.

Resources:

Career Connections Fall 2015

Contact a recruiter about visiting your school, mailing resources for students, or visiting SBC. Call 1-800-679-7711 or email an Admission Advisor. For general inquiries Request More Information.

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