Tag: scholarships

Posted by York & U on August 1, 2017

I know, I know: if you’re a York U student, you’re currently busy enjoying your last few weeks of summer and you don’t want your vacation to end. However, I have some important news ...
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Posted by Rebecca on February 4, 2016

Congratulations, future Lion(ess)! If you are reading this, you’ve most likely received an offer of admission and are flirting with the possibility of spending the next four years at York Univer ...
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Posted by Sam on November 26, 2015

This past Tuesday, York University’s Student Financial Services team commandeered the Vari Hall Rotunda for the first ever Financial Literacy Fair on our campus. The event, which also featured ...
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Posted by Megan on August 31, 2015

Welcome to the third blog in the Financing University 101 series. There is an important distinction that still needs to be covered, one that affects nearly 6,000 students at York. International stud ...
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Posted by Megan on May 21, 2015

Paying for university is one of the more stressful parts of postsecondary student life. To help minimize any anxiety related to money matters, I have created a new mini-series, Financing University 1 ...
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Posted by Arshia on April 17, 2015

Located in one of the most multicultural cities in the world, York University is, unsurprisingly, the home away from home for many (nearly 6,000) international students. Attending York means not only ...
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Posted by Sunera on May 21, 2014

Hello everyone! A few weeks ago, I got some great news and couldn’t wait to share it with you all. I try to apply for scholarships, awards, and bursaries as much as I can. And, I just got $800 f ...
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Posted by Jamila on March 25, 2014

Saving up for higher education can be scary if you’re approaching it alone. I know it definitely was for me and for some reason I also had a phobia for student loans and student lines of credit. ...
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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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