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STU Open House on November 4th, 2017 9:00am-1:00pm

Grade 12 & 11 students are invited to campus for this can’t-miss event. This is your chance to experience life as a St. Thomas student—tour residence, attend a class, speak to professors from the departments that interest you, meet current students and future classmates, and enjoy lunch on STU.

You’re also invited to apply for admission while you’re there. If you do, they’ll waive your application fee.  Make sure to take a copy of your transcript.


RSVP by visiting:
www.stu.ca/openhouse


 

Posted: October 5, 2017

Friday, Oct. 20 9:00 am - 1:30 pm Save $65 if you apply to King's at Open House.  

RSVP by texting "OPENHOUSE" to 770-077

Posted: October 5, 2017

Friday, Oct. 20 9:00am - 1:00 pm. On-site admission, waived application fee, campus tour, faculty information sessions in Arts, Business, Nursing and Science.  

RSVP at bit.ly/upeiopenhouse2017 

Posted: October 2, 2017

Open House

Sat October 28, 2017       

9:00 am - 12:00 pm

Open House is your chance to learn more about everything NBCC! Meet faculty and student services staff, explore the campus, learn more about the programs, financial aid, and how they can help you achieve your goals. You can even apply on the spot!

Visit http://nbcc.ca/future-students/visit-us/open-house to register.

Posted: October 2, 2017

This is open to anyone who is interested in learning more about UNB - students, parents, teachers, family and friends. This is your chance to explore the University of New Brunswick:

  • Attend the Faculty Fair and get advice on programs, careers, scholarships and admissions. 
  • Enjoy a delicious lunch in our meal hall.
  • Guided campus tours, and lots more! 

Get your application assessed at the event

Have your application assessed at the event. Make sure to apply online 48 hours before the event and bring your official transcript, grade 12 course list, and application fee ($65) if you did not already pay online.

Note: Admission on the spot is not available for Nursing or Renaissance College. Students who would like to apply to these programs may still submit their application and be assessed for their second choice program. Admission on the Spot is for students applying to UNB directly from high school only.

Richard J Currie Center, October 14 in Fredericton 

Hans W. Klohn Commons (UNB Library), October 21 in Saint John

To register visit http://www.unb.ca/admissions/recruitment-events/open-house.html

 

 

Posted: September 26, 2017

Loran Scholarship

Bonar Law can sponsor up to three candidates before October 18th.

Grade 12 students can start their application today at apply.loranscholar.ca. They may also view our application overview and a sample application form.

Here are the steps to sponsor candidates:

  1. Candidates wishing to be sponsored must select Sponsored by (or seeking sponsorship from) my school in the online application, and then enter the name and email address of the designated school contact in the Educational Background section.
     
  2. Every candidate must get a reference letter, whether they end up in the sponsored or direct pool. The candidate needs to finalize their part of the online application in order to have the reference request email sent. The word limit is 250 words.
     
  3. Once the reference letter has been submitted, the school contact will receive an email allowing them to log in and confirm whether or not the student is being sponsored by the school. The online sponsorship form takes about 2 minutes to complete.

Ultimately, it is the responsibility of the candidate to ensure that both the reference writer and the school contact have sufficient time to complete their parts before the deadline. If a student's sponsorship form is not complete by 8:00pm (Eastern Time) on October 18, that student will be entered into the direct pool.

What We Look For: Our selection criteria are character, service and leadership. We are looking for young people who deeply value honesty, are curious by nature and are interested in a wide range of subjects. The scholars we select are willing to take meaningful risks and prioritize results over appearances. Each one has shown a sustained commitment to service in the community, has taken the initiative to create positive changes and is interested in working for a better world.

Direct Pool: If more than three students are interested in applying, we encourage the other students to apply to our direct pool. We understand that there are sometimes more qualified candidates than there are sponsorship spots, and offer the direct pool process for this reason. Although sponsored candidates have historically received more provincial awards and honour citations, we select Loran Scholars through both application processes.

Posted: September 22, 2017

Oct. 13 Guests will have the opportunity to tour campus, learn more about academic programs and extracurricular activities, eat at the dining hall, sit in on mini-lectures and explore the residences and labs.  Bring your transcript for on-the-spot admissions ($50 admission fee waived).  

For further information or to register visit mta.ca/openhouse 

Posted: September 22, 2017

October 20 and November 3, 2017.  Bring your transcript for on-the-spot admission (application fee waived).  Space is limited to 350 participants.  For more information or to register, go to studentevents.acadiau.ca.

Posted: September 21, 2017

Halifax campus Oct. 21

Truro campus Oct. 28

Register at DAL.CA/OPENHOUSE 

Posted: September 21, 2017

Are you between the ages of 15 and 19 and are interested in going to Ottawa and have the opportunity to learn first hand about politics, be inspired to become a part of the decision making process and becoming community leaders? See information on The Forum for Young Canadians at http://forum.ca/the-program/for-students/?lang=en.  Note the deadline to apply is Nov. 27, 2017 and you need school approval to apply.  See Mrs. Pitre in Guidance if you are interested in being nominated.  

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