MEng Info Session.
Monday, February 27th 5:00pm-6:00pm, BA1160
Thinking about grad school? Not an engineer, but you have a background in math or science or perhaps social science, and an interest in applying your knowledge and skills to producing creative solutions to real world problems?
You might consider a Master of Engineering (MEng) degree from the University of Toronto. You’ll take advanced technical courses, and be able to choose from a variety of specializations that take you well beyond what you learned as an undergraduate. Plus, we offer a professional development curriculum you won’t get from any other school. We provide a depth and breadth of education that might open new career possibilities.
While our students are primarily engineers, each year we offer admission to a few students from other disciplines, and they’ve been very successful. We’d like to make more non-engineers aware that pursuing a MEng is a possibility.
Please join us for an orientation session! The event will begin with an overview presentation on the MEng, the technical course options available to students in the different departments, and discuss complementary courses and certificates in areas such as Entrepreneurship, Leadership, Innovation, Finance and Business. Following the presentation, representatives from the departments and institutes will be on hand in the Bahen Centre Atrium to provide you discipline-specific information, and answer your questions.
Pizza and pop will be served.
Please register at https://menginfosession.eventbrite.ca
A MESSAGE TO THE PSYCHOLOGY STUDENTS:
We would like to invite members of your group to our “Double Blue” information session coming up on January 14. This is a fast track admission event for University of Toronto Students with a GPA average of A – or above.
Information is everywhere; experts are few – hence, the Master’s of Information degree is highly valued by today’s employers. University of Toronto Students (GPA A- or above) are invited to an exclusive (one time only) “Double Blue” Information event on January 14th (1-3 pm) to be eligible to ‘fast track’ the admissions review process.
iSchool Information programs examine the interactions between people, information and digital technologies to answer the pressing information questions of our time. We educate professionals who will ensure information’s continuity, usability, reliability, and accessibility, now and into the future. The degree has a co-op option– plus internships, networking and job shadowing opportunities to connect students to employers.
Our graduates find work at financial institutions, human rights organizations, consulting firms, government, law firms, and technology companies.
Register now: https://www.ischool.utoronto.ca/admissions-events#session
Please ask if you have any questions! Thank you so much!
Outreach & Marketing Ambassador for the Faculty of Information at the University of Toronto
It is one of the largest Social-Personality groups in North America, with 14 full-time faculty members investigating a diverse range of topics. We are a productive, motivated, and friendly. Around 75% of our Ph.D. graduates from the past 5 years have gone on to faculty positions. We are also located in Toronto, Canada, one of the most vibrant, multicultural, and livable cities in the world.
We invite your members to visit our website to learn more about us and our research: http://www.psych.yorku.ca/sp/
As well, please consider posting the attached flyer where your members can see it, or circulating it via your e-mail listserv. Your members may also be interested in some tips we’ve gathered about applying to graduate school in general: http://www.psych.yorku.ca/sp/gradadvice.htm
If you have any questions on applying to graduate school, our program, our research interests, or what we’re like, shoot any faculty member an e-mail and we would be happy to answer any questions. We look forward to receiving your applications!
on the behalf of Dr. Raymond A. Mar
Ryerson is hosting their Annual Graduate Open House on the evening of
Wednesday, October 19th, 2016. This event is organized for prospective
students who are interested in applying to our graduate psychology
programs and is a great opportunity to meet the Graduate Department Chair,
faculty, and students to learn more about the program.
Please see flyer link for more info and RSVP details:
Dr. David Barner from UCSD
As a former U of T professor I know how great undergrads are there,
and would love to invite you to apply to our fully
funded PhD program at UCSD. For more information, interested students can go to this
link on Facebook, or email me directly (firstname.lastname@example.org): http://tinyurl.com/jhzr5ra
Chair of Graduate Admissions