Resources and Links for Further Education
Skills Articulation (SA) Module
The Skills Articulation (SA) Module is a 3-part interactive series whereby students use their course syllabus to identify skills and begin communicating them to employers or further education programs.
Graduate & Professional Schools Fair 2022
Representatives from professional programs such as law, dentistry, medicine, physiotherapy, education, business and others will be in attendance. For more information visit the GPSF 2022 section of this site.
The Road to Graduate School Workshop
Thinking of applying to graduate school? Sign up for this information session to learn about admission requirements, preparation, how to apply and more! Sessions take place throughout the year. Check the Events Calendar for dates.
Personal Statement Workshop
Applying to graduate school? Need help preparing your personal statement and don’t know where to start? The Career Centre can help. First, attend our Mastering the Personal Statement Workshop or use our Personal Statement e-module.
- a. Register for and attend our Mastering the Personal Statement workshop. It’s offered several times each semester. Simply go to CLNx to register. OR
b. If time is an issue due to work commitments and academic workload, try using our personal statement e-module. The personal statement e-module is open 24/7 for your convenience! This user-friendly module will help you get started writing your first draft. Use the version below that works best for you.
- Then book an appointment to have a review with a career counsellor. The purpose of the appointment is to give you feedback on the clarity of your work and the relevance to the admissions committee’s requirements. Students can have three personal statement/cv review appointments per term. You’ll be asked to complete an info form and a draft 24 hours before your appointment. Please note these appointments are popular, so book well in advance of your deadline.
Additional Personal Statement resources: T-Chart for Graduate School.
Do you need reference letters from your professors as part of your application for further studies? See the Reference (academic) tipsheet for suggestions on how and when to approach faculty to request their support.
Med School Information Session
So you want to go to medical school? Attend this session to learn more about admission requirements and the application process. Sessions take place throughout the year. Check the Events Calendar for dates.
Law School Information Session
Ambitions to attend law school in the future? Applying to an Ontario Faculty of Law this year? Attend this session to learn about admission requirements, preparation, how to apply and more! Sessions take place throughout the year. Check the Events Calendar for dates.
Is Teaching in Your Future? Information Session
Thinking of applying to an Ontario Faculty of Education this year or in the next few years? Be sure to attend one of these sessions and learn about admission requirements, how to apply and more! Sessions are typically offered in the Fall and Winter terms. Check the Events Calendar for dates.
Graduate School in Psychology and Related Areas
Click to read about Graduate School in Psychology.
Some graduate and professional programs require an admissions interview. Practicing this with a career counsellor can help you be more successful. Contact us to arrange your appointment by coming into DV3094 or calling 905-828-5451.
Are you unsure about your career direction? Wondering if further education is right for you?
Our Career Counsellors can help you make sense of your options and give you the skills to make decisions about your future. Book an initial 30-minute appointment by calling us at 905-828-5451 or by coming into the Career Centre (DV 3094).
updated August 3, 2022