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  1. #131
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    الصورة الرمزية حمد الحمد

    حالة الإتصال : حمد الحمد غير متواجد حالياً
    رقم العضوية : 103
    تاريخ التسجيل : Mar 2006
    المشاركات : 2,136
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    افتراضي


    Victoria University

    طبعا ذي غير فكتوريا الي في برتش هذي في اونتاريو

    73 Queen’s Park Crescent E
    Toronto, Ontario M5S 1K7
    Telephone: (416) 585-4524
    Fax: (416) 585-4584

    President: Dr. Paul W. Gooch

    Profile

    Located in the heart of Toronto and federated with the University of Toronto, Victoria University offers students membership in a community of scholars distinguished by their intellectual accomplishments and social commitment. International linkages, research institutes, conferences, and unique first-year programs and generous scholarship programs, combined with opportunities to work and volunteer, make Victoria an enriching experience for students of all backgrounds.

    Victoria University consists of two colleges. Emmanuel College is a theological college and is part of the Toronto School of Theology. Victoria College is one of the seven undergraduate colleges for students in the Faculty of Arts and Science at the University of Toronto.

    Victoria is particularly proud of its integration of modern technology into the graceful architecture of the dwellings and academic buildings on campus.

    History
    Year of foundation: 1836
    Former names of the institution: Upper Canada Academy, Victoria College.

    Student enrolment and fees

    2006 preliminary fall enrolment *
    Full-time (undergraduates): 3,278
    Part-time (undergraduates): 360

    * Source: Victoria University. Enrolment numbers include include Emmanuel College

    Canadian student fees 2006- 2007 **
    Undergraduate tuition fees: $4,352

    International student fees 2006 - 2007 **
    Undergraduate tuition fees: $11,760 - $16,800

    * Fees for general programs in arts. Source: Victoria University
    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 facilities
    Academic and financial advising, writing centre, chemistry tutoring, math aid centre. See University of Toronto listing of other services.

    First-year student services
    Open house, campus tours, advising sessions, introduction to academic writing, library and information sessions, residence, commuter and general orientation, learning skills seminars, professional faculty information sessions, counselling on choice of major, science study groups.

    The first-year academic programs: Vic One is an enhanced one-year program for newly admitted U of T first-year students focused on one of four distinct streams of study. It is designed to provide an excellent foundation for the pursuit of further studies in the humanities, social sciences, life sciences, or education. The Vic One program explores ideas and events using a multidisciplinary approach, with an emphasis on the development of strong research, writing and critical thinking skills. Class size is limited to 25 students per section in the required seminar courses. The supplementary online application (deadline mid-April) required for admission to the Vic One program may be found at: http://www.vicu.utoronto.ca/vic/one/applicationform.htm. Vic First Year Pathways offer the opportunity of a small class experience for first-year students, as do Vic 199 classes. More information on these programs can be found at: http://www.vicu.utoronto.ca/vic/academic.htm.

    Housing
    On-campus: Victoria University offers conventional dormitories, apartments and study/bedroom configurations. The co-ed, male-only, and female-only residences can accommodate approximately 800 students. First-year students are mostly assigned to double rooms. There is a mandatory meal plan for all students living in residence. Most first-year full-time undergraduate students who are offered admission by July 1st and have requested residence space will be guaranteed a room. Annual cost of room and board: $8,000 - $9,500 depending on accommodation and meal plan. Theme housing (designed to allow people with particular interests and lifestyles to live with people sharing similar commitments) is also available.

    Off-campus: Housing is available near campus. See University of Toronto listing.

    Information technology
    Victoria University provides full Internet access to all academic and administrative offices, libraries and student residences. Wirelesss access is also available. Web pages for the university and library have been constructed, and the libraries provide more than 75 workstations for access to a wide variety of Internet and local information resources.

    Student assistance
    Victoria offers more than 130 admission scholarships to outstanding secondary students, and more than 500 in-course awards. Several special admission awards are also available that consider financial circumstances and extra curricular activities. Students who achieve high academic standing after first, second or third year receive awards of $1,000 and the college also distributes $500,000 annually to help students in financial need.

    University research

    Victoria University through its theological college, Emmanuel, conducts research on topics related to religion, values and ethics. Preparation of individuals to go into communities and churches across the country is part of the mission. At Victoria College, an arts and science college, most research is carried on by professors whose appointments are in a department in the University of Toronto. However, in the area of Renaissance and Reformation studies Victoria is undertaking to establish a collaborative graduate program in early modern studies. In the first-year offerings of the college, emphasis is placed on developing the students’ research skills through small class experiences. Researchers and students would find that the college’s library and the library system of the University of Toronto offers unparalleled resources to facilitate scholarship.

    International education

    Victoria University participates fully in the international education initiatives of the University of Toronto. All Victoria students are eligible for consideration of the many exchange opportunities established by the University of Toronto. In addition to the opportunities through the wider university, Victoria offers some funding to assist students with meeting the costs of going abroad. This area is a priority for the university over the next few years to develop the resources that will allow any academically qualified student to apply and receive some support for travel in their third year. This support might range from aiding students in conference participation, in conducting research projects, in travelling to outside destinations associated with their course work in Toronto to more traditional study abroad programs. There is a limited number of positions available at Victoria University for international students.

    Contact
    Registrar
    E-mail: vic.registrar@utoronto.ca
    Website: www.vicu.utoronto.ca/students/registrar.htm


  2. #132
    طالب مميز
    الصورة الرمزية حمد الحمد

    حالة الإتصال : حمد الحمد غير متواجد حالياً
    رقم العضوية : 103
    تاريخ التسجيل : Mar 2006
    المشاركات : 2,136
    حمد الحمد غير متواجد حالياً

    افتراضي


    Wilfrid Laurier University

    75 University Avenue W
    Waterloo, Ontario N2L 3C5
    Telephone: (519) 884-1970

    Brantford Campus
    73 George Street
    Brantford, Ontario N3T 2Y3
    Telephone: (519) 756-8228
    Fax: (519) 759-2127
    E-mail: wlubrantford@wlu.ca

    President: Dr. Robert G. Rosehart

    Profile

    Wilfrid Laurier University is renowned for its strong student focus and high levels of student satisfaction, with a strong sense of community. An institution with a distinct commitment to teaching, Laurier combines programs in humanities, social sciences and sciences with those in professional schools. The Laurier community provides an environment that fosters personal growth as well as the development of excellence in undergraduate and graduate programs, scholarly research, creativity and professional achievement.

    The university offers undergraduate programs in arts, science, music, music therapy and business. The faculties of arts and science, as well as the school of business and economics, have a cooperative education option. A learning services department supports students striving for academic excellence and enables them to achieve their best. The university has a rapidly expanding international exchange program and strong career services.

    Innovative programs include Canada’s first 12-month MBA program; the BBA program has added streams in brand communication, entrepreneurship, financial planning and risk management. New undergraduate programs include criminology; journalism; financial mathematics; Mediterranean studies; and politics, philosophy and economics. The Faculty of Music offers an undergraduate music therapy program and has introduced Canada’s first full-time Master of Music Therapy program.

    The Laurier campus in Brantford offers general and honours BA degrees. A distinctive feature of Laurier Brantford is its core program in contemporary studies, which can be combined with a number of other majors. One of the more popular combinations is a concurrent BA/BEd offered in conjunction with Nipissing University. ‘Two-by-four’ programs combine contemporary studies with occupational and professional programs offered at Mohawk and Conestoga Colleges.

    Laurier offers more than 30 graduate degrees; some jointly with the universities of Guelph, McMaster and Waterloo. The Laurier School of Business and Economics runs a weekend MBA program, the largest part-time program of its type in the greater Toronto area. The Faculty of Social Work, which moved into a historic building in downtown Kitchener in 2006, offers a new one-year advanced standing Master of Social Work aboriginal field of study program. Laurier will open a new faculty of education in September 2007, in partnership with St. Jerome’s University.

    The university is home to 21 research centres and chairs, the Academic Council on United Nations System, the internationally-acclaimed Penderecki String Quartet, WLU Press and the Robert Langen Art Gallery.

    History
    Year of foundation: 1911
    Former names of the institution: Evangelical Lutheran Seminary of Canada (1911); Waterloo College of Arts (1925); Waterloo Lutheran University (1960); Wilfrid Laurier University (1973).

    Student enrolment and fees

    2006 preliminary fall enrolment *
    Full-time (undergraduates): 11,800
    Full-time (graduates): 600
    Part-time (undergraduates): 1,700
    Part-time (graduates): 300

    * Source: Council of Ontario Universities

    Canadian student fees 2006 - 2007 **
    Undergraduate tuition fees: $4,351 - $4,372
    Graduate tuition fees: $3,720 - $13,334

    International student fees 2006 - 2007 **
    Undergraduate tuition fees: $9,950 - $13,040
    Graduate tuition fees: $8,359 - $16,987

    * 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 clubs, accessible learning office, art gallery, athletic physical therapy, bookstore, career services, charity council, community service-learning, co-op office, copy centre, counselling services (academic and non-academic), cultural events office, diversity affairs office, employment equity office, foot patrol, harassment/discrimination office, health services, international student advising, learning services, legal resources, off-campus student group, ombudsperson, peer helpline, rainbow centre, recital hall, religious/spiritual support, special needs office, student centre, student literacy group, student publications, study skills, women’s centre, writing centre.

    First-year student programs
    Introduction to university for students and parents; Laurier Co-curricular Record; ‘My Laurier’ Student Portal; residence programs; orientation week; central academic advising; writing centre; math assistance centre; supplemental instruction and study skills; seminars and workshops on topics that include health, wellness, study skills and stress management; and student leadership centre.

    Housing
    On-campus: Wilfrid Laurier University can accommodate approximately 2,495 students in 17 buildings. Residences consist of co-ed, male-only and female-only dormitory-style buildings and co-ed apartment-style complexes. First-year first-entry students are guaranteed a place in residence if applications are submitted before the deadline. Approximately 2,286 spaces are reserved for first-year students, which means that more than 90 percent of the available spaces in residence are reserved for first-years. Annual costs: apartment-style, $3,168 - $5,136; dormitory-style, $3,973 - $5,460. Meal plans are compulsory for residents
    of the dormitory-style buildings and costs range from $2,100 - $3,253.

    Off-campus: The vacancy rate is currently very low. Accommodations are very accessible to campus. Prices: room with kitchen privileges, $425/month; bachelor, $550 - $700/month; one-bedroom apartment, $650 - $900/month; two-bedroom, $750 - $1,100/ month; houses, $1200+/month. Does not usually include furnishings, utilities, cable TV or telephone.

    Information technology
    Information technology is an integral part of learning at Laurier, and all students have free access to computer resources. An integrated, network environment lets users access accounts from any location, and Internet access is offered in all residences. Wireless access is available in several key locations on campus, and there is an ongoing project to deliver wireless access across campus. Laurier’s Information Technology Services help desk provides a central point of contact for technology assistance.

    Technology features available to each student include: an e-mail address, 25MB of on-campus home directory (I:drive) file storage, more than 10 labs on the Waterloo and Brantford campuses – from departmental labs on an individual basis or in conjunction with course work, e-mail kiosks and 100 library work stations.

    Students will be able to access information from off campus through NetDrive, which provides access to files (currently in progress), online registration as well as e-mail.

    Laurier offers computer-based learning through WebCT courses, in its 70 distance education courses and in 75 percent of its on-campus courses. Classroom learning incorporates IT through clickers (automatic polling devices) as well as standard media technologies such as computers, data projectors and document cameras. Students can register for classes on-line through the LORIS on-line registration system.

    Student assistance
    Undergraduate: Entrance scholarships, ranging in value from $500 to $2,000, are available to students with a minimum 80 percent average. In addition, a limited number of $3,000 renewable scholarships are offered to students with at least a 95 percent average. In-course scholarships range from $500 to $1,500. Bursary assistance is available to students in need.

    Graduate: All full-time graduate students are automatically considered for WLU graduate scholarships and teaching assistantships. Graduate scholarships are offered on a competitive basis to incoming and continuing students and range in value from $2,000 to $5,000. The university offers guaranteed incentive scholarships to students holding major external awards. Teaching assistantships are awarded on a competitive basis to qualified full-time graduate students. Bursary assistance is available.

    University research

    Laurier is home to 21 research centres and chairs, incorporating a variety of theoretical and applied research studies.

    Many of Laurier’s research concentrations address current issues of societal importance, including health, covering topics such as preventing falls and coping with cancer; environment, including water quality, pollution and resource management; social work, addressing family support systems, child abuse and aboriginal issues; business and finance, examining entrepreneurship, financial math and stock market research; and criminology, looking at crime and delinquency.

    Laurier’s research facilities and opportunities include access to SHARCNET – a shared supercomputing network enabling researchers to gain results thousands of times faster. In addition to innovative, inter-disciplinary research opportunities, other highlights include eight research and professional centres in the School of Business and Economics, covering areas such as entrepreneurship and economic policy; a Master of Social Work aboriginal field of study program with elders-in-residence, and an inter-disciplinary Master’s in International Public Policy.

    To encourage students to pursue research, Laurier is expanding its research-intensive graduate programs, providing networks with other universities, and offering co-op placements at home and abroad. Laurier’s Centre for Community Service-Learning encourages knowledge transfer and enhances research by incorporating hands-on community group work into degree programs.

    Laurier’s growth and innovation, combined with its young, research-focused faculty are key factors that attract students to Laurier to pursue their research interests.

    International education

    Laurier International provides international study experiences for Laurier students that enable them to develop international skills and perspectives, and to enrich their own understanding of the world outside Canada. Student feedback is positive: they enjoy the opportunity to learn, to meet students from all over the world, and to travel.

    Laurier also welcomes students from other countries through its degree visa, international exchange programs, short-term study program and distance education programs. Students from more than 60 countries are currently studying at Laurier.

    In addition to institutions within Canada, Laurier offers bilateral and consortium exchange agreements with institutions in 28 countries: Australia, Austria, Brazil, Chile, China, Denmark, England, France, Germany, Guyana, Hong Kong, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Slovenia, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Taiwan, the Netherlands and the United States.

    Contact
    Mr. Peter Donahue, Director
    Laurier International
    Telephone: (519) 884-0710 ext. 6704
    Fax: (519) 884-4507
    E-mail: pdonahue@wlu.ca

    Federated institution

    Waterloo Lutheran Seminary


  3. #133
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    الصورة الرمزية حمد الحمد

    حالة الإتصال : حمد الحمد غير متواجد حالياً
    رقم العضوية : 103
    تاريخ التسجيل : Mar 2006
    المشاركات : 2,136
    حمد الحمد غير متواجد حالياً

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    University of Windsor

    401 Sunset Avenue
    Windsor, Ontario N9B 3P4
    Telephone: (519) 253-3000
    Fax: (519) 973-7050

    President: Dr. Ross Paul

    Profile

    Situated at the western end of Lake St. Clair, on the Detroit River, the University of Windsor is Canada’s southernmost university. This strategic location on the Canada-U.S. border at the centre of the Great Lakes – in the manufacturing heartland of North America – provides a special focus for academic and research initiatives in such areas as the environment, the automotive sector, and in social justice.

    The university’s roots go back to the founding, in 1857, of Assumption College, from which it has evolved into a comprehensive, mid-sized university offering a broad range of undergraduate, graduate, cooperative education and professional programs.

    The university is a leader in innovative partnerships with business and industry. These include the multi-million dollar University of Windsor/Chrysler Canada Ltd. Automotive Research and Development Centre, the only research facility of its kind in North America, and a unique agreement with the Ambassador Duty-Free Store, at Canada’s busiest border crossing, which provides student jobs, 400 parking spaces, and an annual cash annuity.

    New computer-based multimedia instructional technologies at Windsor are expanding access, and enhancing the learning environment.

    The university has a high proportion of part-time students and is committed to meeting the lifelong learning needs of today’s adults through a range of part-time programs, workshops and innovative distance delivery methods.

    History
    Year of foundation: 1857
    Acquired present status in 1963. Former names of the institution: Assumption College, Assumption University
    of Windsor.

    Student enrolment and fees

    2006 preliminary fall enrolment *
    Full-time (undergraduates): 12,000
    Full-time (graduates): 1,220
    Part-time (undergraduates): 3,500
    Part-time (graduates): 175

    * Source: Council of Ontario Universities

    Canadian student fees 2006 - 2007 **
    Undergraduate tuition fees: $4,248 - $4,268
    Graduate tuition fees: $5,316 - $5,340

    International student fees 2006 - 2007 **
    Undergraduate tuition fees: $10,520 - $10,920
    Graduate tuition fees: $9,285 - $9,750

    ** 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
    Aboriginal education centre, academic writing centre, bookstore, campus ministry, cooperative education and career services, educational development centre, human rights office, international students’ centre, medical office, program for students with special needs, student awards and financial aid, student counselling centre, student information-resource centre.

    First-year student programs
    HeadStart summer orientation/registration program, University 101, Windsor Welcome Week, Campus’ U Crew, STEPS – Skills to Enhance Personal Success, peer counsellors for first-year students, S.O.S. (Students Orienting Students), Tutor-link, Windsor Leads.

    Housing
    On-campus: The university has seven residences that can accommodate more than 1,500 students. Student housing consists of co-ed residences with double rooms and single rooms, a town-house-style residence complex, and our new single-bedroom suite-style residence. Each residence student is required to purchase a meal plan. Residence for secondary school applicants is guaranteed for those students who have received a formal offer of full-time admission from the University of Windsor and the application form and deposit is submitted by the due date stated on the application form. Annual cost of room: $4,244 - $6,263; meal plan: $2,880 - $3,480. Residence Entrance Scholarships of $1,000 towards the cost of residence fees are available to applicants coming to the university directly from a Canadian secondary school if their admission average is 75 percent or higher. Residence in-course scholarships are also available to current, full-time undergraduate University of Windsor students who achieve a “B” or 73 percent average or higher.

    Off-campus: Housing is readily available and reasonably accessible to campus. Price range: room, $400 - $600/month; one-bedroom apartment, $650 - $850/month; two-bedroom apartment, $800 - $950/month; three-bedroom apartment, $850 - $1,000/month; house, $1,000/month.

    Information technology
    Each student is provided access to e-mail; over 1,000 PCs in modern computing labs with laser and colour printing; Internet connections through dial-in, ethernet and wireless access; a wide variety of IT training; web publishing; library holdings; and technology support over the phone, through e-mail or in person from our Information Technology Services help desk. Wireless access is available throughout the campus.

    Student assistance
    Undergraduate: The University of Windsor offers up to 3,000 Entrance Awards ranging from $500 to $20,000 and hundreds of in-course awards valued at $100 to $5,000. The university also offers bursaries (2,500 issued last year), which recognize academic performance and financial need, an emergency loan fund and a need-based work study program. More than 700 students worked on campus through this program.

    Graduate: Scholarships covering tuition plus amounts of $1,000 - $5,000/year are available to graduate students. Graduate assistantships are also available. International students can access visa differential fee bursaries.

    University research

    The University of Windsor’s Strategic Research Plan identifies three themes – automotive, environmental and social justice. With this choice we have devoted space and human resources to build a critical mass of research activity that will contribute to our regional and national economic health and social welfare. Some of Windsor’s research centres are: Automotive Research and Development Center, Center for Automotive Research and Education, International Truck and Engine Center, Centre for Catalysis and Materials Research, Center for Clean Diesel, Center for Research in Reasoning, Argumentation and Rhetoric, and Great Lakes Institute for Environmental Research. In order to encourage students to conduct research, the university offers senior research projects, summer research assistantships, assistance to faculty members in getting internal and external grants, several new attractive scholarships for graduate students. Researchers are drawn to Windsor for its hands-on experience in solving real-world problems, easy access to faculty members and other researchers as mentors, and new programs in the area of automotive engineering.

    International education

    The University of Windsor is expanding overseas educational experiences for students. New exchange partnerships are developing, particularly for business students, and awareness of and interest in exchange opportunities are increasing. This year we have added a third and fourth partner school in Australia. The Odette School of Business has introduced an undergraduate International Business program which will require intensive language study (French or Spanish) and two semesters of overseas study using the second language.

    We currently have 34 exchange partner schools in 13 countries, some through consortia; some of our partners facilitate overseas cooperative education work terms. Some of our most popular exchanges are: Jönköping University (Sweden); Victoria University (Australia); University of Wales, Swansea; and the International Christian University (Japan).

    Our Centre for Career Education office has long-standing work-term partners in Germany and Switzerland, where students can work in English. International students in co-op programs often return to their home countries for placements.

    Windsor has a higher proportion of international students than most Canadian universities; currently 10 percent of our student body are in this category. Our Windsor International Student Employment program facilitates on-campus employment for this group.

    Contact
    Dr. Alan Gold, Academic Coordinator
    Student Exchange
    E-mail: exchange@uwindsor.ca
    Website: www.uwindsor.ca/international


  4. #134
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    الصورة الرمزية حمد الحمد

    حالة الإتصال : حمد الحمد غير متواجد حالياً
    رقم العضوية : 103
    تاريخ التسجيل : Mar 2006
    المشاركات : 2,136
    حمد الحمد غير متواجد حالياً

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    York University

    4700 Keele Street
    Toronto, Ontario M3J 1P3
    Telephone: (416) 736-2100

    President: Dr. Lorna R. Marsden

    Profile

    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.

    History
    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.

    Housing
    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).

    Information technology
    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.

    Student assistance
    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.

    University research

    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.

    International education

    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.

    Contact
    Beth Alaksa, Coordinator
    Student Mobility
    Telephone: (416) 736-5177
    Fax: (416) 736-5176
    E-mail: yiinfo@yorku.ca


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