Educator Information Sessions

Connect with representatives from educational institutions who can answer your questions about their school, its programs of study, and how to apply.

Registration on the Career Centre's online system is required for all information sessions (you must sign up for an account on the system before you will be able to register for any events).

Upcoming Educator Information Sessions

Sep
28
Wed
2016
Educator Information Session: Harvard University, Harvard Law School @ 103 McLaughlin College
Sep 28 @ 11:30 am – 1:00 pm

Harvard Law School provides unmatched opportunities to study law and related disciplines in a rigorous and collaborative environment. Harvard’s scope is measured in its unparalleled breadth and depth of courses and clinics, its wide array of research programs, its diverse student body drawn from across the nation and around the world, and its extensive network of distinguished alumni. More broadly, law students can tap into Harvard University’s extraordinary resources through joint degree programs, cross-registration, and a variety of social and cultural venues.

Registration is required. You may register for this event (starting August 31, 2016) on the Career Centre's online system (you must sign up for an account before you will be able to register for any events on the system).

Sep
29
Thu
2016
Educator Information Session: SOAS, University of London @ 103 McLaughlin College
Sep 29 @ 2:30 pm – 4:00 pm

SOAS specialises in Law & Social Sciences, Arts & Humanities and Languages & Cultures with a focus on geographical and geopolitical issues not found at UK universities. With a global outlook as their default setting, our programmes offer students the opportunity to gain awareness and expertise in countries and regions beyond the western world (Asia, Africa and the Middle East) while exploring the issues that confront humankind today.
Founded in 1916, SOAS has produced Heads of State, diplomats, Supreme Court judges, CEOs and a Nobel laureate among many other notable leaders from across the world. With 56% of SOAS students coming from outside the UK, our central London campus is home to a vibrant community of diverse talents, aspirations and inspirations.
Our research and teaching covers: democracy, development, human rights, migration, identity, economic, financial and legal systems, poverty, religion, and social change, amongst other subjects.

Registration is required. You may register for this event (starting August 31, 2016) on the Career Centre's online system (you must sign up for an account before you will be able to register for any events on the system).

Oct
5
Wed
2016
Educator Information Session: Birmingham Law School @ 103 McLaughlin College
Oct 5 @ 2:30 pm – 4:00 pm

Birmingham Law School offers a range of undergraduate and postgraduate law programmes, including the two year LLB for Graduates. We have around 60 Canadian's studying on our Law programmes each year, and last year had over 20 applications from students studying at York. We have a number of scholarships available to Canadian students, and we offer outstanding careers support. The University of Birmingham has recently been named the University of the Year for Graduate Employability, and is in the top 20 law schools in the UK and top 100 law schools in the world.

Registration is required. You may register for this event (starting August 31, 2016) on the Career Centre's online system (you must sign up for an account before you will be able to register for any events on the system).

Oct
18
Tue
2016
Educator Information Session: University of Toronto, Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work @ 103 McLaughlin College
Oct 18 @ 11:30 am – 1:00 pm

The Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work (FIFSW) at the University of Toronto is where we educate the social work leaders of tomorrow. Our Faculty is dedicated to transforming lives, communities and the world. Renowned internationally for excellence in education, scholarship and research, we are champions for the most vulnerable in society. Graduates of the FIFSW are equipped with the knowledge, skills and dedication to make a critical contribution, on a local and global scale, to the future of human well-being.

We are Canada’s first school of social work, having celebrated our 100th anniversary in 2014. The Faculty’s integration of research and practice contributes to our reputation as an innovator in social work research, teaching, and practice. The research we are doing is highly relevant and accessible. Our studies are generating new knowledge, informing social work practice and influencing government policy at both the federal and provincial level.

Registration is required. You may register for this event (starting August 31, 2016) on the Career Centre's online system (you must sign up for an account before you will be able to register for any events on the system).

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