Grad School Day
OBJECTIVES OF THIS EVENT
The objective of Bishop’s Grad School Day is to provide students and representatives of graduate university programs the opportunity to meet in a casual setting and discuss the various possibilities available at the graduate level.
This is a great opportunity for representatives of different graduate programs to promote and spark students’ interest for their programs, as well as answer students’ questions regarding requirements for graduate studies and admission process. It’s also an opportunity for students to gain valuable information regarding the different graduate programs that could help them achieve their career objectives or improve their candidacy.
This event will take place on November 5th, 2018 in the GAIT (Marjorie Donald Building). To be part of this event, we need to receive your registration and service fee of $40.00 per university.
To pay by cheque, please use our paper form:
Grad School Day Registration form (PDF)
SCHEDULE (To be confirmed)
10:30 am – 2:00 pm
Graduate Programs Fair
11:30 am – 12:30 pm
Intent letter workshop
2:30 pm – 3:30 pm
Panel Discussion: Come and hear what alumni have to say regarding their experience of graduate studies.
WHY BISHOP’S STUDENTS STAND OUT
Many of Bishop’s students speak two or more languages. They come from all over Quebec, Canada and the world; therefore, their experience at Bishop’s has helped them gain greater maturity and flexibility to adapt to new situations. In addition, their Bishop’s experience has fostered the intellectual flexibility, cross-cultural understanding and interpersonal skills allowing them to meet the challenges of a constantly evolving workplace. For further information on Bishop’s University, its programs or student population, do not hesitate to browse our website.
Each University booth will be equipped with a table, two chairs, access to an electrical outlet and the Internet. The space available for each booth is approximately 8 square foot. As well, a computer technician will be available from 10 am to 11 am to help you set up your equipment and connect to our Internet.
For any additional equipment (chairs, screen, projector, etc.) please contact us and we will try our best to meet your needs.
There will be water, hot and cold drinks as well as a light snack available.
PARKING & DIRECTIONS
You will receive a visitor parking pass a week prior to the event. This pass will allow you to park in any regular parking on campus. While you unload your equipment, you may use one of the two temporary parking spaces next to the back doors of the Marjorie Donald building (behind the bookstore). See P3 on our interactive map.
Should you need additional information or have any questions regarding this event, do not hesitate to contact us.