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Are you destined for higher education?
Your experience as a graduate student is different from that of completing your undergraduate degree. Studies at this level are primarily research based and focus on advanced learning of a specific area, where a great deal of critical thinking, analytical and interpreting skills are required. Through research and the development of strong professional skills, graduate studies can help you prepare for a variety of advanced level careers.
Planning for Grad School
There are many resources available to help you plan for grad school. The more you understand about the application process and preparation requirements, the more organized you will be to meet specific deadlines.
Check out the following resources:
Online Graduate Programs - Perspectives on Graduate Education
Choosing a Graduate Program
There are many great websites to help you choose a program and a school that is the right fit for you.
Canadian Universities & Colleges
Canadian, U.S. and International
Grad School Finder
Graduate School Guide
The Princeton Review
U.S. Graduate Program
International Studies Abroad
International Youth Programs
Reach to Teach
Student Work Abroad Program (SWAP)
Meet with Educational Recruiters!
Attend the Career & Post Graduate Expo and talk directly to representatives from a variety of educational institutions.
Check the Events Calendar weekly to see which educational institutions are coming to campus to talk about their programs.