NORTHERN ALBERTA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
Location: Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Total Students: 13,500
Percentage of International Students: 19%
- 89% employment rate within 9 months of graduating from full-time programs.
- 97% of graduates would recommend NAIT.
- 94% of graduates satisfied with their overall educational experience.
- 98% employer satisfaction
- 16,400 students enrolled in credit programs
- 8,400 apprentices registered in apprenticeship training
- 14,200 students enrolled in non-credit courses
- 4,200 graduates from degree, diploma and certificate programs
- 2,500 apprenticeship completers
- 1,900 international students from 88 countries enrolled in credit programs
- More than 200,000 alumni from 95 countries
- History of providing training to corporate clients from 60 countries
NAIT is organized into four academic schools and three academic departments:
- JR Shaw School of Business
- School of Health and Life Sciences
- School of Applied Sciences and Technology
- School of Skilled Trades
- Department of Culinary Arts and Professional Food Studies
- Department of Continuing Education
- Department of Corporate and International Training
- in-residence recreation, fitness and study facilities
- access to laundry facilities
- residence support services
- community activities and programming
- free wireless internet
- on-campus dining and grocery options
- Main campus at 11762 – 106 Street, Edmonton
- Patricia campus at 12204 – 149 Street, Edmonton
- Souch campus at 7110 Gateway Boulevard, Edmonton
- Spruce Grove campus at 281 Tamarack Drive, Spruce Grove.
According to UniRank, NAIT’s country rank is 52 while its world rank is 1519. In the current edition of Ranking Web of Universities, NAIT stands at 81 and 4564 respectively country –wise and globally.
- Robert Barefoot, (Chemical Research Technology), chemist, author, lecturer
- Gil Cardinal, filmmaker
- Nolan Crouse, (Chemical Technology, Master of Business Administration), Mayor, City of St. Albert
- Patrick LaForge (Marketing ’74), Edmonton Oilers Past President and CEO
- Jarred Land, Red Digital Cinema Camera Company President
- Kevin Martin, Winter Olympic gold medalist curler
- Ian McClelland (Photographic Technology ’65), founder, Colorfast Corporation, former MP for Edmonton Southwest and former MLA for Edmonton Rutherford
- Bryan Mudryk, TSN SportsCentre anchor
- Doug Pruden (Architectural Technology ’82), push up World Record holder holds 9 records
- Vince Steen, Northwest Territories MLA
- Corbin Tomaszeski (Culinary Arts ’92), chef on Food Network’s Restaurant Makeover
- Bruce Woloshyn, (Radio and Television Arts ’84), Visual Effects Supervisor
- Percy Wickman (Finance ’69), former Edmonton alderman, and former MLA of Edmonton-Whitemud
- Olivia Cheng (Canadian actress) (Radio and Television Arts), Canadian Actress
- Dave Quest (Business Administration ’85), Politician, Strathcona-Sherwood Park MLA
- Morris Panych (Radio and Television Arts), Canadian Actor and Director
- Cathy King (Radio and Television Arts), Gold Medalist curler
- Dave Pettitt (Broadcasting), Canadian Actor and Voice-over Artist
- Barb Higgins (Business Administration and Radio and Television Arts), Television News Anchor and Journalist
- Natasha Staniszewski (Radio and Television Arts ’55), Sports Reporter and Anchor[
- Travis Toews (Unknown), Canadian Politician, Accountant, Rancher, Business Owner, Minister of Finance of Alberta and President of the Treasury Board.
- Bob McLeod (politician) (Administrative Management), Politician, Northwest Territories MLA and 12th Premier of the Northwest Territories
- Richard Newman (broadcaster) (Radio and Television Arts), Broadcaster and Writer
- Bol Kong (Radio and Television Arts), Professional Basketball Player with National Basketball League of Canada (NBL) and NBA Draft. Named All-Canadian at NAIT.
- Pierre Lueders (Unknown), Canadian Olympic Athlete, and World Cup Champion, and Head Coach
- David Dorward (Unknown), Politician, Edmonton-Gold Bar MLA and Business Owner
- George Rogers (Canadian politician) (Business Administration with Accounting ’80), Politician, Leduc-Beaumont MLA, City Mayor, Businessman
- Bob Peterson (photographer) (Photography ’65), Photographer
- Holger Petersen (Unknown), Businessman, Music Records Producer and Radio Broadcaster
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