EMILY CARR UNIVERISTY: Art + Design Courses for Teens!

We have Summer programs for teans online now!

Want to learn more about Emily Carr University’s summer programs for teens?

Join the virtual info session on Thursday, May 20th at 5pm…It’s Free!

Sign up here:

REGISTER

LANGARA DROP – IN SESSIONS

Currently, Langara College is offering Zoom drop-in sessions, Monday to Friday, from 2:00PM-4:00PM where Recruitment Assistants are ready to answer any questions about applying to Langara.

 

They also have several program information sessions that may be of interest of you.  Links below and on the Student Services website.

 

·       Join the Zoom drop-in sessions (M-F, 2-4PM):  https://langara.zoom.us/j/67030601916

·       Join an Information Session: https://langara.ca/news-and-events/information-sessions/index.html

THINKING OF GOING TO UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO?

Are you starting to think about post-secondary options? Maybe you’re in grade 11 or 12 and want to know more about different programs?

U of T has created a series of virtual events specifically for these younger students after school or in the evening so that parents and families can attend as well if they would like.

The three sessions will have the same content so choose the day that is most convenient for you:

Registration for these events is open now and once you register you will receive the link via email.

 

VCC: ZOOM VIRTUAL EVENT

Save the date for Experience VCC

Our virtual open house is back! Mark your calendars for April 20 and 21 and join us on Zoom to learn about VCC’s many programs, get a taste of online and on-campus learning, and ask all the questions you want.

RESERVE YOUR SPOT

Enter to win your tuition

We’re giving away three prizes of $1,000 in tuition as an Experience VCC door prize! Just watch for contest entry codes that will be revealed at the end of each session. The more sessions you attend, the better your chances of winning.

No application fee

As always, we’re waiving the $35 application fee for all Experience VCC participants. Simply register and attend to get your discount. (Domestic students only)

Questions?

Learn more at vcc.ca/experience or connect with us online using #ExperienceVCC. We can’t wait to meet you!

TRU BEngineering in Software Engineering Program

 

 

Do you feel you would make an outstanding ENGINEER but may not have the grades for a large post-secondary institution?  Our admission requirements are 67% or higher in:  ENGL 12, Pre-Calc 12, CHEM 11, PHYSICS 11 (only).

 

TRU’s BEng in Software Engineering Program may be exactly what they are looking for!

 

Our BEng in Software Engineering Program offers small cohortsan achievable admission requirement packagethe ONLY SENG program outside the lower mainland and an Engineering Degree at an affordable cost.

 

Application deadline is April 30th

It’s a competitive program so STUDENTS MUST APPLY NOW!

APPLY NOW

VIRTUAL U.S. COLLEGE EXPO

Delaney Jane, Juno nominated singer and songwriter will be performing at our Virtual Virtual U.S. College Expo Canada

 

Saturday, May 1st, 2021

12:30 PM EST – LOG IN!

12:45 PM EST – See Delaney Jane perform

Speakers begin at 1:00 PM EST

Live Virtual Exhibit Booths & Networking

FREE ADMISSION

PRE-REGISTRATION REQUIRED

 

https://uscollegeexpo.com/2021/

BCIT INFO SESSION: TUESDAY, MARCH 30th

BCIT 101 Info Session: Preparing Your Application

 

Learn more about program availability for the Fall 2021 term, application deadlines, and how to apply. You’ll hear from a Program Advisor who will review entrance requirements, the application process, and what to expect. Plus you’ll have a chance to have your questions answered.

Tuesday, March 30

5-6pm PT

Online

This event is for you if you’ve explored our program choices, attended our virtual info sessions before, or are now preparing your application. However, all are welcome to attend!

 

Register Now

BURNABY ONLINE AUGUST COMPLETION

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3rd: BCIT CIVIL ENGINEERING PRESENTATION

 

What is Civil Engineering? What are the career opportunities?

 

BCIT Civil Engineering Faculty and Civil Engineer, Phyllis Chong, MASc, PEng, will do a short presentation about the program and share possible career paths for civil engineers and technologists, followed by an open Q&A.

The highly regarded, full-time BCIT Civil Engineering degree program provides a path that allows students to earn dual credentials. All students who successfully complete the first two years of the program receive a Diploma in Civil Engineering, while students who meet the continuation requirements and successfully complete the entire four-year program also earn a nationally-accredited Bachelor of Engineering in Civil Engineering. These credentials prepare graduates for professional practice in this popular and diverse field as either civil technologists or as civil engineers, and also provide a path to further studies.

We are accepting applications for the September 2021 intake until April 15, 2021.

Join us at the BCIT Civil Engineering Online Info Session for High School Students on

Wednesday, March 3, 2021 from 2:30 pm to 3:30 pm. 

If you have questions related to registration for this session, contact Maggie Lau. For more information about the Civil Engineering program and program contacts, visit the BCIT Civil Engineering web page.

REGISTER AT THIS LINK: https://www.bcit.ca/event/civil-engineering-online-info-session-for-high-school-students/

UBC ENGINEERING PHYSICS PROGRAM INFO SESSION: Tuesday, February 23rd, 2021

On behalf of the UBC Engineering Physics Program, you and your parents are invited to attend an online information session on the evening of Tuesday, February 23rd, from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm.

 

Engineering Physics is a broad engineering degree with extra emphasis on physics and math.

In addition to core engineering skills (mechanical, electrical, software), engineering physicists are equipped with a deep understanding of fundamental science and analytical methods to tackle challenges at the forefront of any field, from biotechnology and medicine to quantum computing, artificial intelligence, and aerospace.

 

We believe our program, one of the most rigorous and challenging at the undergraduate level, will be of interest to your strongest math and science students, especially those who want to pursue careers in research, invention, and entrepreneurship.

 

We kindly ask that anyone who is interested please register for the event at the link directly below.

We will email registrants with a Zoom link on the morning of the event (Feb 23rd).

Space is limited, though we will post a recording of the session on the event website after the event.

 

Registration link: 

https://ubc.ca1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_0iZHp03EdnyOqQm

 

More information can be found in the attached PDF or on the event website:

https://www.engphys.ubc.ca/infosession2021/