Why Canadian Universities should increase international recruitment efforts.
Congrats to all of those who will be graduating this month, completing your degree is no small accomplishment. Take a moment, sit back and enjoy for a while. You deserve it. However, don’t revel in your accomplishment for too long, you need to capitalize on the moment. Here are some stats on how your…Read more Keep on, Keepin’ On
One side of the conversation asks how can we expect 17 and 18 year olds to know what they want to do for the rest of their lives. The other side encourages students to go through high school and directly into post-secondary education as historically, that has been the most common path. I’m not suggesting…Read more From the lap to the gap, here’s to the second year senior!
Universities offer enlightenment, personal growth, skills for the future and life long memories, but none of these factors can exist if a student makes the wrong decision. I mentioned this variable in my last post and I wholeheartedly believe that finding the right fit is the most important factor when deciding which institution to attend.…Read more Fit Finders Guide to Higher Ed.
I started my post-secondary journey a long time ago and spent more than enough years completing my undergraduate degree. I fell victim of going to university for the sake of going to university, I really didn’t have a clue as to what I wanted to do. I had a preconceived idea that I wanted to…Read more 7 Things to Consider When Considering University
No two 90% students are alike. Yet, the traditional admissions evaluation process is designed to make a 90% Science student be identical to a 90% business student to a 90% music student. Of course, different programs have different admissions averages, but for all intents and purposes the operative with all of these students is the…Read more Pop Goes the World
Full disclosure, Abstract-Ed was originally an assignment for the University of Toronto post-grad course, Foundations of Digital Communications Strategy and Social Media, taught by Donna Papacosta. This, in fact, is an online course. That said, Abstract-Ed the blog will continue far beyond the reach of the course and forever be viewed as an ongoing learning…Read more Latte, Laptop, Learn
A common phrase and something that has manifested into an inside joke amongst a few of my friends is I heard that on a podcast once, with a close second being I read an article in The Economist that talked about that. I know, we’re complete eggheads. Anyway, Podcasts provide an easy listening opportunity to…Read more Ear-candy, anyone?