Posts Tagged ‘post-secondary education’

Since so many of you love it when I tell embarrassing stories (like the one in this post), I thought I’d share another one with you. Once again, it has to do with my university days, but before I get to the embarrassing part, let’s set the scene for this, a series of unfortunate events… […]

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Okay, so get ready for a fairly lengthy post here. There is a lot of information that someone needs to know before moving to Canada, and since I work at a private college, I am asked questions about studying here in Canada on an almost-daily basis. I understand that the whole process of coming to […]

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For those of you who remember being in college/university or are in school still, did it ever cross your mind at any point to drop out? If we’re going to all be honest here, I’m sure that you have thought of it at one point or another, and maybe some of you are currently thinking […]

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We so often hear the terms “higher education” or “post-secondary education” while living in North American and Western European societies. Living in the West has allowed us to be fortunate enough to attend a post-secondary educational institute of our choice, enrol in the programmes of our choice, and, sometimes, even in the country of our […]

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I’m writing today about a topic that is quite controversial and somewhat emotional for most people in Canada: the education of the Aboriginal and First Nations people living in this country. I decided to write this article upon reading about former Prime Minister Paul Martin and Chief David General’s meeting at Ryerson University this past […]

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If you are a high school/secondary student living in Ontario, I’m sure that you are being bombarded with information about local and national public colleges and universities. As such, I’m also sure that you’re trying to figure out which post-secondary institution to attend; you must also be trying to figure out the reasons why you […]

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