The Differences Between Studying in a Professional Program vs. a Bachelor’s

As it is June, many professional degree programs (Law, Medicine, Pharmacy, Dentistry, Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy etc.) have now released offers of admission for their incoming class. As an incoming 2nd year medical student at UBC, one of the most common questions I get from students who were recently accepted or plan on applying to

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SHAD: The Summer Program Every High School Student Should Participate In

Recently, I had the chance to catch up with Kyle Blaney, of SHAD, to learn more about their fantastic SHAD summer enrichment program for high school students. Learn more about this incredible program in our Q&A below! Natalie: Tell us about the SHAD summer enrichment program.  Kyle: SHAD is a unique and intense summer program for high achieving students in

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Leader in the Spotlight: Heather Carroll, Humanitarian & Education Trailblazer

Our Leader in the Spotlight features Heather Carroll, a recent Memorial University Bachelor of Education and Arts graduate, who is currently pursuing a Master’s in International Higher Education at Loyola University Chicago, while teaching at a school. Heather is making an incredible impact in the education community; she has volunteered as a teacher at schools

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How to Succeed in Your Arts Degree

Congratulations on starting your arts degree! With that said, your next few years will involve a ton of writing, stress, and critical analysis. To help with the transition, our 2 National Young Leaders, Ava Cramp, and Jason Liu provide tips on how to succeed in your arts degree. On writing papers: When I entered university,

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Thoughts on Latvian Food & the Steep Learning Curve of an Intern

Hi all! First off, I’d like to apologize for not writing as frequently as I’d originally planned. I’m spending 8 hours a day researching, writing, and editing, so coming home and writing more can be a bit difficult. Today is different though. Today is a beautiful Saturday afternoon, and I just spent the last two

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