Service aux étudiant(e)s pour études en Saskatchewan / Student Services To Study in Saskatchewan

About S.S.S.S.

Student Services to Study in Saskatchewan (S.S.S.S) is a resource offered to Congolese students to study in Saskatchewan, Canada. The company aims to provide secondary and university students with a framework to give them the opportunity to come to Saskatchewan and continue their education in order to obtain the skills and abilities associated with the Canadian labor market, specifically in Saskatchewan.

Mission : The service and placement of Congolese students in Canadian universities, colleges and other post-secondary institutions.

Why Study Canada?

The quality of education and standard of living in Canada are among the highest in the world. Tuition fees for international students are also lower in Canada than in many other countries such as the United States, Australia and the United Kingdom. Canada is therefore a preferred choice for students pursuing post-secondary education at the college or university level. Coming to Canada for your studies means getting an "American" education in a multicultural and relaxed atmosphere! You will meet welcoming people who are interested in knowing about other cultures.

Why Study in Saskatchewan?

Saskatchewan holds many opportunities for education, stable careers and entrepreneurship. Our economy is growing; we are one of the top economical leaders among the provinces of Canada. With a competitive cost of living in our safe and welcoming communities, the natural beauty of our grasslands, lakes and forests, Saskatchewan provides an excellent quality of life that our international students enjoy while pursuing their education here.

From kindergarten to university, Saskatchewan's school systems provide a well-balanced, solid education that prepares students for success. Universities, colleges and technical institutes offer a wide range of programs from basic professional certification to doctoral degrees. In regards to innovation and research, our province has many state-of-the-art facilities, as well as highly qualified educators that attract students from around the world.

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Our Services

The process of registering to a post-secondary institution can be stressful. It can be particularly daunting to enrol at a university in a foreign country where the standards and customs are unfamiliar. The placement service offered by the S.S.S.S. helps to simplify this process and provide you with personalized support. Our goal is to support you throughout the entire registration process to a Canadian university, including (please note our service conditions*):
  • Individualized help in choosing a partner institution to achieve your educational objectives;
  • Personalized advice to determine your academic goals
  • Support in planning before you arrive to explore your best options
  • Assistance with the process of registration and acceptance;
  • Timely responses to your requests;
  • Help with finding your accommodations;
  • Guaranteed admission to a partner institution - provided you meet the entry requirements;
  • The issuance of the documents needed to obtain your student visa.

College Mathieu

Educationanal Institutions in Saskatchewan

La Conseil des écoles fransaskoises (CÉF) manages 14 schools, 12 of which are high schools located in Fransaskois communities and in the two largest cities in Saskatchewan. All of these schools would benefit from additional students, increasing their financial means and improving their programs.

La Cité Universitaire Francophone is the French university within the University of Regina. Regina is the capital city of the province. La Cité offers both undergraduate and graduate programs.
  • The undergraduate programs are as follows:
    • Bachelor of Arts in French and Francophone Intercultural Studies (BA)
    • Certificate in French as a second language
    • Bachelor of Science in Nursing (SCBScN)
    • Beginner level: Minor in French as a second language
    • Intermediate / Advanced Level: Minor in French and Francophone Intercultural Studies
  • The graduate programs are:
    • Master of Arts in French Studies (MA)
    • Master of French Education (MEd)

The Bachelor of Education (le BAC) is the Department of Francophone Education at the University of Regina and prepares graduates for a career in a variety of fields and a myriad of jobs:
  • Teacher
  • Curriculum Developer
  • Culture and Heritage Consultant
  • Educational Consultant
  • Foreign Services Agent
  • Government Services Coordinator
  • Journalist / Editor
  • Parks and Recreation Agent
  • School Administrator
  • Tourguide
  • Public Relations / Communications

The Department of Language, Literature and Cultural Studies (LLCS) is a department of French at the University of Saskatchewan located in Saskatoon, the largest city in the province. This department offers the following programs:
  • Bachelor of Arts in French (BA) 3 years
  • Bachelor of Arts in French (BA) 4 years
  • Bachelor of Arts Honour in French (BA)
  • Bachelor of Arts double honour in French (BA)
  • Minor in French

Collège Mathieu is a French-language postsecondary institution recognized for the excellence of its programs and services in Saskatchewan. Its goal is to contribute to the cultural and linguistic identity of the Fransaskois and prioritizes the development of Francophones and Francophiles through post-secondary training and continuing education in French. Collège Mathieu offers both credit and non-credit courses.

French Immersion schools allow the public to enrol and learn French as a second language. The province has 40 French immersion elementary schools and 20 high schools.

Polytechnic institutions provide students with a hands-on learning experience. This type of education focuses on the knowledge and skills specifically needed for our job market and necessary for the success of business and industry. Saskatchewan Polytechnic is a member of Polytechnics Canada.

Job Opportunities

In Saskatchewan, although French is a minority language, jobs requiring communication skills in French and English are growing steadily. Bilingual jobs are found in public sectors such as government services (federal, provincial, and municipal); provincial associations; hospital services; tourism services and educational services.

Note that even though students will study in French, they will be in a predominantly Englishspeaking environment, and will learn English simultaneously. There are a number of jobs that these students will be able to access once they have completed their education. Most of these jobs are in English, but there is a significant number of bilingual and French jobs as well.

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7-2731 9th Ave, Regina, SK S4T 6T9 • Tel: (306) 807-4571 • Canadastudents.services@outlook.com