Graduate Studies is where the next generation of careers and ideas are born. Come explore.
Are you looking to take the next step in your life and career? The Faculty of Graduate Studies at York University invites you to Experience Grad Studies.
- Explore York's graduate programs and diplomas!
- Learn about funding, scholarships, and how to apply!
- Discover the York community!
Come to the Keele Campus' New Student Centre for a FREE afternoon that will showcase the range of learning options our faculties have to offer. Connect with our innovative programs at an open house, and learn about pursuing graduate education from experts.
With our cross-disciplinary programming, experiential learning opportunities, and international partnerships, the Faculty of Graduate Studies provides a modern and innovative education for a changing world. Empowered by a strong community that opens minds, our graduates pursue solutions to the world’s most pressing social challenges, and their impact is being felt everywhere from the federal government to the entertainment industry. This is the place to pursue the career you’ve dreamed about—or find the path you never imagined. This is the place where knowledge is made.
Saturday, October 19, 2019
10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Second (New) Student Centre, 15 Library Lane
York University—Keele Campus
REGISTER FOR FREE HERE: www.eventbrite.ca/e/experience-grad-studies-tickets-65036833921
Open House will run from 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. - programs will have booths where students can talk to representative. Presentations will take place concurrently.
- 11am – Graduate Student Funding: What Are The Facts?
- 12pm – Scholarships 101: Who What, When, Where – and How
- 1pm - Preparing Your Personal Statement
- 2pm - Finding a Supervisor, and How to Apply to Grad Studies at York
Programs present include: Art History; Biology; Chemistry; Cinema & Media Studies; Civil Engineering; Critical Disability Studies; Dance; Design; Development Studies; Disaster and Emergency Management; Education; English; Environmental Studies; Etudes Francaises and Etudes Francophones; Gender, Feminist & Women's Studies; History; Linguistics and Applied Linguistics; Mathematics and Statistics; Music; Philosophy; Physics & Astronomy; Psychology; Public and International Affairs; Public Policy, Administration & Law; Social Work; Schulich School of Business; Sociology; Translation Studies, AND MANY MORE