Graduating from high school? Thinking about continuing your education? Alis has all the information you need to help you find an Alberta post-secondary program that meets your career goals. You'll find profiles of post-secondary schools, where programs are offered, as well as information on career planning, student funding, and more.
Understand Your Education Needs
You might have a program or career path in mind. Or you may be trying to figure out what you want to do with the next phase of your life. Either way, it is a good idea to make sure the reason you want to get a post-secondary educations fits with who you are.
Once you've identified a career direction and the education and training you need to make it a reality, your next step is to explore schools and programs.
An apprenticeship is a post-secondary education program that combines work experience, on-the-job and technical training.
Learn about your post-secondary options and the type of certification, diploma or degree that suits your career plan and ambitions.
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.
If you’re thinking about studying abroad, give yourself plenty of time to research your options and find the opportunity that’s right for you.
A number of post–secondary schools across Alberta offer programs for Indigenous Peoples.
Fund Your Training
Financial support may be available to help you upgrade your education or get occupational training to find a better job.
Part-Time Learning Options
Going to school part-time can give you flexibility to work while you study, take care of your family, or ease your course load.
Checklist for Going to Post-Secondary School
The following steps will help get you started on the road to further education.
Dual Credit: Get a Head Start on Your Career
You don’t have to wait to graduate from high school to start your post-secondary education. As early as grade 10, you can take dual credit courses to help you learn about a skilled trade or profession and get you ready to enter the workplace sooner.
Find resources to help you guide your students on their path to finding a post-secondary option that fits with their career plan.