Are you in high school or considering a post-secondary education? Get started with post-secondary planning and begin exploring your options. Then learn how to make it happen, get involved in student life, and plan for future employment in your field.
Where Do I Start?
CAREERinsite is your one-stop guide to career planning. You'll find everything you need to plan your work and learning here.
Your career journey will likely include multiple careers over the course of your life. With each new career, you may need different skills and knowledge. If you’re exploring training options for a new career, these resources can help.
An apprenticeship is a post-secondary education program that combines work experience, on-the-job and technical training.
Graduating from high school? Thinking about continuing your education? Time to Choose has profiles of post-secondary schools, where programs are offered, application deadlines, as well as information on career planning, student funding, and more.
How Do I Make it Happen?
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Plan for Graduate School
Are you interested in pursuing further education beyond your bachelor's degree? Not sure where to start or how to decide if it's right for you?
Learn About Transferring and Admissions
Learn about getting admitted, transferring and support for planning your pathway through post-secondary.
Student Services at Post-Secondary Schools
From on-campus daycare to student residences to accommodating disabilities, there are plenty of services you’ll want when attending a post-secondary school. This features chart will help you uncover which services are available at each of the 26 publicly funded post-secondary schools in Alberta.
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Plan for Employment
Earnings by Post-Secondary Field of Study
Explore possible graduate earnings based on all sources of employment in a given tax year. It is important to note that some graduates may have been employed in jobs outside their field of study and the information is based on median (midpoint) earnings.
Transferable Skills for Post-Secondary Students
If you’re deciding on an education direction, the information and resources in this section are a good place to begin. Resources are categorized for specific audiences.