04 novembre 2016

Add tech to a humanities degree to bridge the employment gap

By Nikki Wiart. Adapting to a brave new job world, schools offer flexible programs so students can add tech to their humanities focus, and vice versa. More...

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U of T tries a fresh new take on residence food

By Alexandra Heck. How one chef turned the mighty U of T St. George kitchens toward independent, locally sourced food made from scratch. More...

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How students are turning social-media intuition into tuition

By . Meet the students harnessing their Twitter, Instagram or YouTube presences to help pay for school. More...

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Four in ten university students lack food security as education costs skyrocket

By Jacob Lorinc. Nearly half of students surveyed had forgone healthy food to pay for books, tuition fees and rent, according to an exclusive report from Meal Exchange. More...

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University Rankings 2017

By . Here are Maclean’s university rankings for 2017. More...

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M.B.A. programs in Canada: Average GMAT scores, program lengths and more

By . Program length and average GMAT scores of incoming students vary considerably, and are often determined by the type of program. The traditional M.B.A.—two years, full time—is no longer the only way to go, with many schools offering part-time studies. Executive M.B.A.s are geared to busy professionals unable to commit to full-time studies, but they can also come with hefty price tags. More...

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Medical school in Canada: What does it take to get in?

By . Gaining admission to medical school is competitive. As the table below shows, the number of prospective students applying to medical school vastly outnumbers the places available. In-province applicants are generally more successful in gaining a spot than those applying out of province. More...

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How schools across Canada are bringing Indigenous knowledge to the fore

Macleans.caBy . In 2015, the Truth and Reconciliation Commission released a report that outlined 94 calls to action for the Canadian government. More...

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How recent campus controversies forced a debate about rape culture in Quebec

cbc masthead logoBy Benjamin Shingler. Quebec universities are coming under increased scrutiny over their handling of sexual assault allegations after a rash of incidents this fall have exposed what some are calling a pervasive campus rape culture in the province. More...

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Algonquin to open first-of-its-kind institute for indigenous entrepreneurship

Ottawa Citizen	HomepageBy Joanne Laucius. Algonquin College is set to launch a $44.9-million building and renovation project on Wednesday that will include an institute for indigenous entrepreneurship, the first of its kind in an Ontario college.
The entire project, expected to be completed in the spring of 2018, will transform the outdated library in the C building of the college’s Woodroffe campus into the Algonquin College Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Learning Centre. The state-of-the-art building will also be home to the new Institute for Indigenous Entrepreneurship. More...

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