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رقم العضوية : 5998
تاريخ التسجيل : Feb 2007
المشاركات : 847
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حالة الإتصال :
رقم العضوية : 103
تاريخ التسجيل : Mar 2006
المشاركات : 2,136
جامعه يورك تقع بمدينه تورينتو وهذا الرابط لتورينتو
وهذي معلومات جامعه يورك
4700 Keele Street
Toronto, Ontario M3J 1P3
Telephone: (416) 736-2100
President: Dr. Lorna R. Marsden
Welcome to the interdisciplinary university. At York, we break down traditional boundaries and bring together thinkers from every discipline to tackle real world issues. A world without borders needs an education without borders.
York University is Canada’s third largest university. Our students, some of the best and brightest from Canada and abroad, forge their own unique paths to success. York’s faculty, celebrated for its research and teaching excellence recognized through national and international awards, expand the horizons of our students with a broad perspective of the world that opens up new ways of thinking.
York delivers real-world solutions by bringing an innovative, collaborative, interdisciplinary approach to
research challenges. York has 23 research centres – unique centres of excellence each with its own distinct
and compelling mandate.
York offers full and part-time graduate and undergraduate degree programs to almost 50,000 students through 11 faculties. Osgoode Hall Law School is Canada’s largest and oldest common law school. The Schulich School of Business is ranked among the top business schools in the world. Glendon College offers bilingual education with a focus on the public policy leaders of tomorrow. Fine Arts provides rigorous studio training balanced with in-depth academic study. York’s Faculty of Arts is the largest and most comprehensive in Canada. In the Atkinson Faculty of Liberal and Professional Studies all professional studies have a liberal arts component, and liberal arts students can complement their degree with professional studies courses and certificates. York’s Faculty of Science and Engineering is one of Canada’s leading teaching and research institutions, participating in the pioneering 2007 NASA Phoenix Mission to Mars. York’s Faculty of Education offers its students more teaching experience than any other education program in Ontario. The Faculty of Environmental Studies is known for its individualized, interdisciplinary masters programs. The brand new Faculty of Health promotes new, interdisciplinary approaches to health at the global and local levels. The Faculty of Graduate Studies is focused on supporting York’s approximately 5,000 graduated students across the other 10 faculties.
At York we challenge the ordinary and deliver the unexpected. Working together, we redefine the possible.
Year of foundation: 1959
Student enrolment and fees
2006 preliminary fall enrolment *
Full-time (undergraduates): 39,100
Full-time (graduates): 3,300
Part-time (undergraduates): 7,100
Part-time (graduates): 1,800
* Source: Council of Ontario Universities
Canadian student fees 2006 - 2007 **
Undergraduate tuition fees: $4,350 - $4,518
Graduate tuition fees: $3,190 - $18,164
International student fees 2006 - 2007 **
Undergraduate tuition fees: $11,675 - $14,518
Graduate tuition fees: $7,515 - $26,764
** Fees for general programs in arts. Source: Statistics Canada
Note: In addition to tuition fees, universities generally charge fees for goods and services supplied to students. This includes areas such as student associations, sports and health. These additional fees vary widely per university and per student and can run from a few hundred dollars to a few thousand dollars. Check with the university for details.
Programs and degrees
Note: The program information is compiled by AUCC staff in cooperation with staff at member institutions. The programs are classified according to the Classification of Instructional Programs 2000. To search for the programs offered by this institution, please consult the Directory of Canadian Universities’ programs database online at http://www.aucc.ca/can_uni/search/index_e.html.
Student facilities and services
Academic and campus services
Academic advising, aboriginal services, career centre, counselling and development centre, daycare centre, art galleries, bookstore, centre for academic writing, English language institute, food bank, international student office, health centre, independent living assistance program, office of the ombudsperson and centre for human rights, on-campus mall (York lanes), post office, health education, fitness centres, goSAFE vehicle transport and foot escorts, student financial services, student governments, learning and physical disabilities services, religious centre with multi-faith chapel and meditation room, over 240 student clubs.
First-year student programs
York’s Orientation and First-Year programming is founded on strong cross-departmental collaboration among Colleges, Faculties, and Central services of the university. First-Year students can expect to participate in a comprehensive array of social, cultural and academic programming. Specialized campus supports help students to make a smooth transition to university and realize their full potential.
Orientation and First-Year Programs begin in April with York’s “RedZone,” a dedicated first-year student/parent drop-in centre that provides a student-friendly learning experience to over 3,000 new students. At the RedZone, new students can speak with senior students and staff while exploring the academic and social opportunities of the campus. College-run academic and social orientation programs begin in July and continue through September, culminating in a series of university-wide events, including: York Day Student Information Fair, RedWeek and YorkFest. All orientation programs share the same goals: to welcome students into the academic and social communities of the university.
York’s Faculties encourage all new students to take advantage of opportunities for academic advising (including information on choosing a major, degree requirements, and course selection) prior to enrolment in courses, through faculty-based advising or student services offices. These offices, as well as departmental offices, are available throughout the year to assist students on an ongoing basis. Academic writing centres, English as a Second Language programs, and various workshops on issues such as time management and study skills are available to help new students in making the transition to university. The York Libraries offer seminars for students to help them fully utilize the libraries for their research; and introductory courses, such as the “Foundations” courses offered in the Faculty of Arts, are designed to explicitly foster the critical skills necessary for university study.
On-campus: York’s 10 undergraduate residences offer suite-style, traditional single and double rooms for 2,679 students on two campuses. Most floors are co-ed but some same-gender floors are available. Residence is guaranteed to first-year students who apply by the specified deadline. The York Apartments offer self-contained bachelor, one and two-bedroom units furnished and some unfurnished. Priority is given to full-time graduate and Osgoode students. Mature students (21 yrs. of age and older), married students and students with families may apply. All units are administered under the Tenant Protection Act. Rental rates range from $667 - $1,100 per month. Annual costs for residences range from $3,793 - $5,602 plus mandatory meal plan choices of $1,400, $2,000 or $2,400 for most rooms.
Off-campus: To meet the housing needs of students, the Off-Campus Housing Service maintains listings of rental units in the surrounding community, and provides information on how to find a place to live, rental policy legislation, transportation and other matters related to off-campus living. Rental rates: bedroom in house/apartment ($400 - $500/month); bachelor ($550 - $700/month); one-bedroom ($600 - $800/month); two-bedroom ($900 - $1,100/month); three-bedroom ($1,100 - $1,400/month).
York University offers a wide array of computing resources and online services for students. Students can bring their own laptops and get wireless network access through hundreds of access points covering most campus buildings. All York residence rooms are also wired for high-speed Internet access. University libraries and multiple ‘drop-in’ labs provide access to computers and a wide array of software applications. In addition the university has over 100 computer teaching labs dedicated to the specialized needs of particular courses and programs of study.
Undergraduate: York University offers an extensive scholarship program which rewards high academic achievement. All undergraduate students are considered for the York University Continuing Student Scholarship at the end of each fall/winter session. Bursary programs are also available to assist students in financial need. Visit www.yorku.ca/osfs.
Graduate: There are numerous forms of financial assistance available to graduate students at York University and most graduate students can expect to receive some funding. Both the university and external agencies offer fellowships, assistantships, scholarships, awards, prizes, grants and bursaries. Examples of York’s internal awards are the graduate fellowships for academic distinction, York graduate scholarships, international tuition fee scholarships, the president’s dissertation scholarships, and research funds. Website: www.yorku.ca/grads.
York researchers are undertaking visionary research of local, national and international significance. York is the leading force in the development of new knowledge that provides insight into the scientific, economic, social and cultural issues affecting our world. Building on our historic strengths we are expanding our research in four strategic thematic areas – health, the environment and sustainability, culture and entertainment and international studies. To explore these critical issues in the most strategic and effective way, York is committed to research that is interdisciplinary, collaborative, and that has an impact upon the world. York’s research also serves as a driver of economic growth and innovation in the Greater Toronto Area. York’s strategic research plan is designed to engage with the local community directly through technology and knowledge transfer, clusters, regional innovation, and partnerships. York’s historically strong international linkages are matched by strong collaborations with local communities, which include key scientific and social projects in the region.
York has official exchanges with universities in 46 countries. Students may also pursue independent study abroad or may become international interns through one of many international summer internship opportunities. For more information, visit http://international.yorku.ca.
Beth Alaksa, Coordinator
Telephone: (416) 736-5177
Fax: (416) 736-5176
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