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Posted by York & U on April 19, 2013

With sources from yFile Walk into any classroom at York and you’ll be sure to be greeted by rows upon rows of brightly lit laptop screens. Despite laptops being seen as a useful academic tool, a rec ...
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Posted by Kira on February 19, 2013

Are you considering going to Glendon? A great way to get a sense of what our bilingual campus is all about is to attend their Experience Glendon event happening in just a couple weeks on Sunday, March ...
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Posted by York & U on January 1, 2013

While it is expected that students set academic goals for themselves, it is equally as important for them to focus and work towards future career goals. Located at 202 McLaughlin College, the Career C ...
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Posted by Kira on October 17, 2012

As a second year York student, I remember how stressful it is to apply to university. And on top of the usual application process, most Fine Arts programs at York require an extra step! This could be ...
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Posted by York & U on September 4, 2012

While it is expected that you set academic goals for yourself, it is equally important to focus on your desired future career path. You may not know exactly what direction you want to take in terms a ...
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Posted by York & U on August 30, 2012

York University has policies in place to ensure all students have an equal opportunity to obtain their goals. Whether you need feel you need help with academics, are going through a personal issue, or ...
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Posted by York & U on May 7, 2012

York cares about its students and loves to see each one succeed. The Career Centre is one of our most useful resources for students looking to develop their professional skills and prepare for their f ...
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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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