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Graduate Matters

BY YVONNE HUNG, NIEM HUYNH & DANIELLE BARKLEY | AUG 19 2020

You already possess a number of highly-developed skills that will serve you well.

BY SAM LUONG | JUL 08 2020

School experience, cost and lifestyle were Sam Luong’s top priorities when deciding to do his master’s degree online.

BY BENNY DUA, JARED WILCOX & ZAHRA SOHANI | JAN 29 2020

Meet three clinician-scientists who are interested in practicing medicine and conducting research.

BY EZRA BRIDGMAN, JANICE KUNG & MONIQUE LAFLAMME | NOV 18 2019

Three academics discuss their experiences completing a postgraduate degree in a professional program.

BY ARWEN FLEMING, DAVID IP YAM, PATRICIA PAUL & SALOMON GAMACHE  | NOV 04 2019

Four academics sit down and review the challenges and potential benefits of completing a postsecondary degree while also working full-time.

BY SÉBASTIEN BELLIVEAU, SUSAN FAN & GEORGE LIU | OCT 02 2019

Three medical practitioners share their experiences.

BY MATTHIEU LAFON, MARIANNE CHEVRIER & SIMON LINDSAY | AUG 22 2019

PhD grads gain a range of business-ready skills, regardless of their discipline.

BY YVONNE HUNG | JUL 26 2019

An exploration of some of the nuances between postsecondary education in the two countries, as well as some of the intangibles that are often not thought about.

BY PATRICIA PAUL | JUN 17 2019

If you tackle one thing at a time, prioritize pressing items and simply do your best, everything will turn out okay.

BY LIZ KOBLYK | MAY 24 2019

Realistically, how much time can you devote to skills development?

BY MANISHA TALUKDAR, VINCENT NADEAU, AIDIN BALO, MASHA CEMMA & NANA LEE | MAR 29 2019

Internships can help students realize their potential as thought leaders, data analysts, innovative thinkers, and complex-problem solvers.

BY NANA LEE | FEB 07 2019

Tips for forming a successful partnership.

BY MARYAM HEJAZI, GEORGINA MACINTYRE & HANNE OSTERGAARD | AUG 13 2018

Focus on skills that are important for your chosen career path.

BY DANIELLE BARKLEY | JUN 25 2018

Why you should investigate how your preferred graduate program can help you with your post-graduate plans, whatever they may be.

BY DINUKA GUNARATNE, THOMAS FETH & TREVOR JOHNSON | MAY 04 2018

Ultimately, the value of a program lies in what you are willing to put into it.

BY DANIELLE BARKLEY | APR 10 2018

You will need people, both inside and outside of the academy, to help you be successful and keep you grounded.

BY STEPHANIE DUPLEY | MAR 21 2018

To build an effective network that can lead to referrals, starting early is best.

BY MARIE-FRANCE NOËL | FEB 28 2018

Strategies to help you cover the costs of your graduate education.

BY JILLIAN MARIE AUCOIN | JAN 26 2018

Not sure how to ask for academic reference letters? You’re not alone.

BY NIEM HUYNH & MATTHEW STIEGEMEYER | DEC 20 2017

The process starts with an honest self-assessment.

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