Graduate and Professional Schools Virtual Showcase

 

Graduate and professional schools virtual showcase

 

SAVE THE DATE! 
 
Graduate and Professional Schools Virtual Showcase 
  

This virtual showcase provides University of Toronto students and recent graduates an opportunity to speak with representatives from graduate and professional school programs and college post-graduate studies online. Find out about admission requirements, types of programs, application deadlines and more!  
 
University of Toronto students from all years, all fields of study and campuses are invited, as well as recent graduates (up to two years from graduation).   

  • September 22, 2020 – U of T Graduate and Professional Programs  

  • September 23, 2020 - Graduate & Post-Grad Certificate Programs (General/ Research-based)  

  • September 24, 2020 - Professional Programs (Law, MBA/Business, Medicine/Health, Teaching/Education).   

 
Registration will open on CLNx on Monday, August 24, 2020. More details coming soon! 
   
Date: September 22 - 24, 2020

Format: A series of online panels and information sessions will be offered between 10:00 AM and 5:00 PM. Check back early September for the complete daily schedule and guide.  

Location: Zoom links will be provided to all registrants prior to the event. 
   

NOTE:  If you are considering studying outside Ontario and wish to practice in the province, please check with any regulatory or governing bodies for your profession, to ensure programs you are considering are seen as equivalent to Ontario schools. 

How to Prepare: 

 

A to Z Listing of Attending Exhibitors

  • ADLER Graduate Professional School (Sept 23) 
  • Brock University, Education (Sept 24) 
  • Brock University, MBA (Sept 24) 
  • Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine (Sept 24) 
  • Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College (Sept 24) 
  • Carleton University, Graduate Programs (Sept 23) 
  • Centennial College (Sept 23) 
  • Concordia University, John Molson School of Business (Sept 24) 
  • Conestoga College, Graduate Certificates (Sept 23) 
  • Dalhousie University, Corporate Residency MBA (Sept 24) 
  • Humber College (Sept 23) 
  • Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health (Sept 23) 
  • Lakehead University, Graduate Programs (Sept 23) 
  • Lakehead University, Law (Sept 24) 
  • McGill University, Desautels Faculty of Management 
  • McGill University, Faculty of Law (Sept 24) 
  • McGill University, MSc in Public Health (Sept 23) 
  • McMaster University, DeGroote School of Business (Sept 24) 
  • Montreal Clinical Research Institute (Sept 23) 
  • New England College of Optometry (Sept 24) 
  • Niagara University, College of Education (Sept 24) 
  • OCAD University, Graduate Studies (Sept 23) 
  • OzTREKK Educational Services (Sept 24) 
  • Polytechnique Montréal Engineering, Graduate Studies (Sept 23) 
  • Queen’s University, Education (Sept 24) 
  • Queen’s University, Graduate Studies in Education (Sept 23) 
  • Ryerson University, Graduate Studies (Sept 23) 
  • Ryerson University, Law (Sept 24) 
  • Ryerson University, MBA (Sept 24) 
  • Seneca College (Sept 23) 
  • Sheridan College (Sept 23) 
  • The Michener Institute at UHN, Applied Health Sciences (Sept 24) 
  • Trent University, Education (Sept 24) 
  • Tyndale University, Education (Sept 24) 
  • Université de Montréal, Institute for Research in Immunology and Cancer - Systems Biology/Molecular Biology (Sept 23) 
  • University at Buffalo, Law (Sept 24) 
  • University of Alberta, Law (Sept 24) 
  • University of British Columbia, Master of Public Policy and Global Affairs (Sept 23) 
  • University of British Columbia, Master of Social Work (Sept 23) 
  • University of British Columbia, Peter A. Allard School of Law (Sept 24) 
  • University of Calgary, JD Program (Sept 24) 
  • University of Guelph, Grad Studies (Sept 23) 
  • University of Ottawa, Education (Sept 24) 
  • University of Ottawa, Faculty of Education - Graduate Studies (Sept 23) 
  • University of Ottawa, Law (Sept 24) 
  • University of Toronto Mississauga, Master of Biotechnology (MBiotech), Institute for Management & Innovation (Sept 22) 
  • University of Toronto Mississauga, Master of Management & Professional Accounting (MMPA), Institute for Management & Innovation (Sept 22) 
  • University of Toronto Mississauga, Master of Management of Innovation (MMI), Institute for Management & Innovation (Sept 22) 
  • University of Toronto Mississauga, Master of Urban Innovation (MUI), Institute for Management & Innovation (Sept 22) 
  • University of Toronto Mississauga, MSc in Sustainability Management (MScSM), Institute for Management & Innovation (Sept 22) 
  • University of Toronto Scarborough, Master of Accounting and Finance (MAccFin) (Sept 22) 
  • University of Toronto Scarborough, Master of Environmental Science (Sept 22) 
  • University of Toronto Scarborough, Psychological Clinical Science, UTSC (Sept 22) 
  • University of Toronto, Bachelor of Science Physician Assistant (BScPA) (Sept 22) 
  • University of Toronto, Dalla Lana School of Public Health (Sept 22) 
  • University of Toronto, Department of Computer Science (Sept 22) 
  • University of Toronto, Department of Medical Biophysics (Sept 22) 
  • University of Toronto, Department of Speech-Language Pathology (Sept 22) 
  • University of Toronto, Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering/Department of Mechanical & Industrial Engineering (Sept 22) 
  • University of Toronto, Faculty of Information (Sept 22) 
  • University of Toronto, Faculty of Social Work (MSW) (Sept 22) 
  • University of Toronto, Graduate and Life Sciences Education, Faculty of Medicine (Sept 22) 
  • University of Toronto, John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape, and Design (Sept 22) 
  • University of Toronto, Lawrence S. Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing (Sept 22) 
  • University of Toronto, Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy (Sept 22) 
  • University of Toronto, Master of Applied Science (MASc), Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) – Chemical Engineering (Sept 22) 
  • University of Toronto, Master of Engineering (MEng) – Chemical Engineering (Sept 22) 
  • University of Toronto, Master of Science in Biomedical Communications, Faculty of Medicine/Institute of Medical Science (Sept 22) 
  • University of Toronto, Master of Science in Physical Therapy (Sept 22) 
  • University of Toronto, Master of Financial Insurance (Sept 22) 
  • University of Toronto, MD Program, Faculty of Medicine (Sept 22) 
  • University of Toronto, Medical Radiation Sciences Program, Faculty of Medicine/Department of Radiation Oncology (Sept 22) 
  • University of Toronto, Molecular Genetics, Faculty of Medicine (Sept 22) 
  • University of Toronto, Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy (Sept 22) 
  • University of Toronto, OISE, Faculty of Education (Sept 22) 
  • University of Toronto, Rotman School of Management (Sept 22) 
  • University of Toronto, School of Graduate Studies (Sept 22) 
  • University of Toronto, Translational Research Program, Faculty of Medicine/Dept. of Laboratory Medicine & Pathobiology (Sept 22) 
  • University of Victoria, Graduate Studies (Sept 23) 
  • University of Victoria, Law (Sept 24) 
  • University of Waterloo, School of Pharmacy (PharmD) (Sept 24) 
  • University of Windsor, Law (Sept 24) 
  • Western University, Doctor of Dental (DDS) Surgery Program (Sept 24) 
  • Western University, Doctor of Medicine (MD) Program (Sept 24) 
  • Western University, Faculty of Law (Sept 24)  
  • Western University, Ivey Business School (Sept 24) 
  • Western University, Master of Environment and Sustainability (Sept 23) 
  • Western University, Master of Management of Applied Science 
  • Western University, Schulich Medicine & Dentistry - Graduate Studies (Sept 23) 
  • York University, Osgoode Hall Law School (Sept 24) 
  • York University, Schulich School of Business (Sept 24) 


Accommodations  
If you are person with a disability and require accommodation, please email us at events@careers.utoronto.ca ten (10) working days prior to the event. 

 

 


 

This Fair is Co-Curricular Record EligibleC0-Curricular Record

The Graduate & Professional Schools Fair provides students with an opportunity to speak with representatives from various schools and programs at the graduate and college post-graduate levels.  Students attended the Fair, gathered information about available programs, and discussed admission requirements. With the assistance of a Career Counsellor, students reflected on the insights gained as well as their long term goals. This knowledge will help inform students' career choices with regard to gaining experience, further education, or direct entry into the workforce after graduation.

 

What is required to have this validated:

  • One hour individual Career Counselling appointment
  • Attendance at the Graduate and Professional Schools Fair
  • One hour follow up Reflection appointment with a Career Counsellor