NORTHERN ALBERTA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY - NAIT

Canada, Alberta

A self-governing institute, the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology (NAIT) provides the safest campus in Canada, serving nearly 40,000 students from Canada and across the globe. Laid its foundation in 1962, NAIT is a leading polytechnic institution located in Edmonton, the capital city of the province of Alberta. All the programs which are available at NAIT are designed concerning the industry requirements so that at the end of the graduation, the student emerges as a skilled technician with complete practical knowledge. These skills help the students to have a profound impact at their workplace. A variety of program options is available at the institute in the domains of Business, Computer and IT, Engineering and Technology, Environment, Design and Communication, Health and Life Science and Construction. Moreover, NAIT is also known for its edge-cutting research projects and highly experienced faculties.

Campus Life

Northern Alberta Institute of Technology offers its academic services at four different locations; one is in Spruce Grove, the other three are in Edmonton itself. NAIT encompasses everything that the students need to make their time great on the campus. The main campus is for the students enrolled in the program like business, health, and applied science and technology. Apart from academics, it also offers facilities like a fitness center having a gymnasium, on-site health assistance for the better mental and physical health of the students, a library, a state-of-art facility, stationery shops, and a few places to grab a bite. The Patricia campus provides the courses under the NAIT’s school of skilled Trades. Furthermore, Spruce Grove is for the students interested in crane & Hoisting Equipment Operator apprentice programs. Whereas, the South Campus is mainly for the apprenticeship training programs. All the campuses are fully equipped with all the modern amenities and equipment to make the student learning at an ease.

Noted Alumni

The Northern Alberta Institute of Technology believes in Lifelong learning; as a result of that, the NAIT provides various career and employment services which can give a kick start to the fresher’s. NAIT’s have a vast network of alumni, each of them serving the world in different domains and different aspects. Robert Barefoot a chemist, Gil Cardinal a filmmaker, Patrick LaForge former president and CEO of Edmonton Oilers, and Dave Quest, a politician, are one of the few noticeable alumni of NAIT. Moreover, if the aspirant wishes to join NAIT’s back, then he/she has an option of alumni scholarship.