Author: Kren

Two degrees, double the insight. Read up on Kren’s combined student and alumni experience as she delves into her second degree at York U.

Posted by Kren on May 12, 2015

One-on-One Music Lessons Can Count for Credits This year I decided to take up a unique opportunity presented to me at York and learn an instrument. York has one of the largest fine arts faculties (c ...
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Posted by Kren on April 28, 2015

York University is often referred to as a commuter school. And while that is true (I am a commuter myself), it doesn’t mean there aren’t a myriad ways to get involved on campus. One of my fondest ...
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Posted by Kren on April 20, 2015

University is the perfect time to take advantage of the exchange and international opportunities available to you mainly at this time of your life. York offers all students the possibility to take par ...
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Posted by Kren on January 27, 2015

Hola! Have you ever considered traveling during your undergrad degree, or wanted to learn a new language? At York, these are two of the components of internationalizing your degree. Students may stud ...
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Posted by Kren on January 14, 2015

Completing my teaching placement has given me the opportunity to talk with grade 12 students and see what they have been involved in during their last year of high school. As a teacher candidate, I s ...
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Posted by Kren on January 7, 2015

If you are a high-school student in a semester system, you are most likely going into your final few weeks of class before exam time. Managing your time when you have tons of work to get finished aft ...
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Posted by Kren on January 5, 2015

If you’re a grade 12 student and cannot decide on which universities to apply to then this post is for you! If you’ve read my previous blogs before, you probably know that I am also an Edu ...
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Posted by Kren on December 30, 2014

As a high-school student, I always thought there was a greater variety of arts degrees compared to science degrees. In reality, university students in science programs have the opportunity to focus ...
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Posted by Kren on December 29, 2014

If you are a future student and want to become a teacher, the Concurrent Education program at York may be the path for you. As a current teacher candidate, I am enrolled in the one-year consecutive ...
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