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Queen’s Commerce Application 2016/17 – How to Get In

The Queen’s Commerce application is one of the toughest in Canada. But each year, we conduct a public analysis on the application to provide a resource for students who need support. For more support, contact us at   Remember, please...Read More

Kris Langille: Canada’s Student of the Week

This week, we're celebrating Kris Langille as Canada's Student of the Week. Kris is from New Liskeard, in Northern Ontario, and is very passionate about art, culture, travel, and encouraging others. He's an outgoing student with strong ambition to do great things i...Read More

Garrett MacDonald: Canada’s Student of the Week

This week, we're celebrating Garrett MacDonald as Canada's Student of the Week. Garrett is a Top 10 student on the Student Leaderboard. He has a very impressive mix of extra-curricular experience and academic excellence. Outside of the classroom, he keeps himself bus...Read More

5 Ways Travel Can Boost Your Résumé

The word 'travel' is too often associated with unproductive time off from what you 'should' be doing. But UniversityHub has another perspective for you. We sat down with Katie Idle from the Study and Go Abroad Fair to highlight 5 ways that travel can boost someone's ré...Read More

Cassandra Cowan: Canada’s Student of the Week

This week, we're celebrating Cassandra Cowan as Canada's Student of the Week. Cassandra is from Ajax, Ontario, and keeps herself busy as the Chief of Communications at her high school, Editor in Chief of her Yearbook, a part-time soccer referee, a...Read More

The Brock Badgers are More Ready than Ever

Imagine you’re sitting in your university’s gym as a basketball game is about to get started. You glance over to the gym doors and in walk students from the university your school is about to play. They’re banging drums, screaming and making an unimaginable amount...Read More

Niel Strydom: Canada’s Student of the Week

This week, we're celebrating Niel Strydom as Canada's Student of the Week. Niel is from Terrace, British Columbia, but he was born in South Africa. Niel is quite the athlete, participating in soccer and rowing competitively, as well as several other sports on...Read More

The Brock Badgers are Ready

Over the past few years the competition level in Canada has risen to a point where we are able to compete and even win against top NCAA schools, something I never thought would happen growing up as a kid. The Growth of Canadian Sport Canadian Interuniversity Sports (C...Read More

What University Should I Go to in Canada?

Choosing a university is an incredibly difficult yet important decision. There are many factors that come into play, all of which really confuse the question, “What university should I go to?” In Canada, we are lucky to have so many top notch universities at somewh...Read More

5 Top Canadian Universities for International Students

With a quality education system and reputation as a safe and multi-cultural country, Canada is rated at the top of the list of places for international students to study. So what are the top Canadian universities for international students? “Canada has so much to o...Read More

How to get into Rotman Commerce for 2016

Rotman Commerce is offered jointly by the Rotman School of Management and the University of Toronto’s Faculty of Arts and Science and is one of the oldest and best business programs in Canada (for our rankings of best business schools in Canada, please click here). ...Read More

York University – Schulich BBA Application Example

Schulich has now moved towards a more technologically savvy application. This involves still filling out their leadership profile, but also includes a 3 question video interview, 1 question that is set, and 2 that are random. This all makes the Schulich BBA Application ...Read More