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November 28
UNBF Shadow Day 2022

Have you ever been curious how things work? What makes your computer operate? How can you use technology to help the environment and reverse the effects of climate change? Ever ponder what an engineer even does?

 

Shadow Day is your chance to learn about what the engineering profession is, what it is like to be an engineering student, and hear about some of the exciting clubs, societies and opportunities that exist when you choose to pursue a degree in engineering.

 

Join the Engineering Undergraduate Society (EUS) at the University of New Brunswick December 2nd, 2022, starting at 8:30 am for a day full of interactive presentations, and your chance to win UNB Engineering Merch!!

 

Registration for Shadow day can be accessed at the link below and closes once the\limit of 74 registrations is hit. this link can also be accesses using the QR code on the poster.

 

https://forms.gle/PmPERuwngEWakZ3E6

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November 23
Oulton College Webinars

This is a list of webinars before the Christmas break:

November 22
St Marys University Information Session

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Join a Saint mary's University Information Session to learn more about programs, experiential learning opporutnities, campus and student life, scholarships and so much more!  Light refreshments will be provided and students will have the change to win some SMU swag!

An application fee waiver code is NB2022 for students wishing to apply.

November 24 - Moncton - Four Points Sheraton

November 29 - Fredericton - Delta Hotels Fredericton

December 1 - Saint John - Delta Hotels Saint John

All events start at 7 PM

For more information and to RSVP, email recruitment@smu.ca or visit smu.ca/events​

November 22
UNB Faculty of Science

UNB Fredericton's Faculty of Science will be hosting an information session about the Science Early Admission Program (SEAP) on Wednesday, November 30th at 7 p.m. in Toole Hall Lecture Theatre Room 3.


The SEAP is a unique opportunity for high-achieving students to enroll full-time at UNB and complete the first year of university during their senior year of high school.

November 22
UNB On the Spot Admission

UNB will be at NHS on December 2, 2022 at 10:00am to meet with students and complete on the spot admissions. Please sign up in Guidance for an appointment. ​


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November 16
UNB Accelerated Nursing Program

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Click here to register Webinar registration | Microsoft Teams

November 08
Crandall University Open House

Open House event will be taking place on Saturday, November 26th from 1:00–4:00pm. Open House will be a wonderful time for students to experience a bit of life at Crandall, see what the school has to offer, spend time with some current students, and meet members of our incredible faculty. Students can look forward to:

  • An Admissions information session (which will include giveaways and prizes!)
  • Campus tours
  • On-the-spot admissions
  • A faculty fair, and more!!

It is also important to note that if students apply to Crandall within in the month of November, they can have their application fee waived! When completing their application, all they need to do is use the waiver code OPENHOUSE.

 You can register online at the following link:

Register for Open House

Or submit an application here:

Apply Now!

November 08
MRT

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November 04
Memorial University

From November 15-17, Memorial University is hosting a virtual open house.  You can explore Memorial's St. John's campus from the comfort of your home!  Experience student life, connect with faculty, staff and students by joining online each night from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm NST.

A schedule of events and registration details are available online at MUN Open House​

November 04
Career Exploration for Indigenious Youth

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​The purpose of Career Exploration for Indigenous Youth events is to provide Indigenous NB high school students with information on diverse career opportunities they may not have been aware of.  The focus is on:

  • creating awareness about career opporutnities,
  • access to essential learning resources,
  • financial supports,
  • apprenticeships,
  • establishing connections with employers and workers and mentors in these fields
Through introducing these students to Indigenous New Brunswickers working in these occupations and listening to their stories gives youth an opportunity to explore a variety of interesting career paths.

For more information, please contact katherine.molloy@gnb.ca​
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