Tag: programs

Posted by Sunera on March 3, 2014

University is a new environment. It is like starting a new job or moving to a new country. For students starting York University in May or September, I have taken into consideration my own transition ...
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Posted by Sunera on February 24, 2014

I recently updated my phone with free new apps. As students apps really help us organize ourselves. I came across some of these apps in the newspapers and magazines that that were suggested for stude ...
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Posted by Sunera on January 13, 2014

As many of you know that York U offers three separate entry times—January, May, and September. This year for the summer term I am exploring my options for studying abroad—granted that the courses ...
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Posted by Sunera on November 20, 2013

No, no, not the president of United States….but someone just as important to York’s community, the president of Work and Labour Studies Students Association (WLSSA), Joanne Darakji! 🙂 ...
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Posted by Kira on October 4, 2013

Deciding what to do after high school is not an easy task. There are so many options out there, from going straight into the work force, to college programs, or to what I’m going to talk about today ...
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Posted by York & U on April 18, 2012

We may have hosted our biggest event of the year two weeks ago, but that doesn’t mean the events are over! This Saturday, April 21, we invite you to come visit us for a Saturday@York. The event star ...
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Posted by York & U on March 26, 2012

York’s biggest event of the year is coming up this weekend and we want you to be there. The Spring Open House at Keele campus is your best opportunity to check out campus; speak with York students, ...
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Posted by York & U on February 27, 2012

As many students discover, university studies are generally much more challenging than high school. If they weren’t so challenging, your degree wouldn’t be half as impressive as it is. Although so ...
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Posted by York & U on January 12, 2012

Although your undergraduate studies are directed towards earning a degree, your major (and optional minor) will dictate what that degree looks like. In other words, your major and minor are the muscle ...
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