IMACC Support for International Students

Are you an international student looking for a mentor to guide you through your UTM journey?

The International Mentorship in Academics and Canadian Culture (IMACC) Program helps international students navigate the social and academic challenges that they face when attending university in a new country, including learning about Canadian culture and practicing their English skills. Our students gain the skills, knowledge and confidence that help them become active members of their UTM and Canadian communities.

We offer one-on-one Peer Mentorship sessions with trained upper-year UTM student mentors. These sessions support international students in many aspects of their integration into UTM life, and topics covered vary according to their needs. Such topics include, but are not limited to:

  • Canadian Culture
  • Academic Integrity
  • Academic Resources
  • Clubs and Societies
  • Mental Health and Campus Resources
  • Career Resources
  • Social Topics and Current Events
  • Verbal Exercises (oral presentation practice, Canadian vocabulary, etc.)
  • General Campus Life and Experience
  • Etc.

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