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Ronald Chow: Canada’s Student of the Week

This week, we're celebrating Ronald Chow as Canada's Student of the Week. Ronald Chow is a first-year Medical Science and Scholar’s Electives student at the University of Western Ontario. UniversityHub caught up with Ronald to find out what inspires his work and...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

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

10 Best Libraries in Canada

It’s that time of the year again where students are date nights with the library. Yes, it is exam time. Every student is looking to find the best libraries in Canada - that perfect spot where they can get their heads into their books and start to study / cram for ...Read More

5 Best Student Cars

So you've been saving your 'toonies' and you're looking for the best student cars. This is a big purchase, so you will have to do some 'tire kicking' before signing any papers. To make it easier, has selected the five best student cars. Don'...Read More

Best Canadian Universities for Foodies

The days of university food that resembles a blob of mysterious brown sludge are few and far between. In a world where fast, fresh food is the new norm, universities across the country have stepped up their game to feed large minds and appetites. UniversityHub asked ...Read More

Top 3 Tips for First Year Students

After my first year studying at Queen's University's Bachelor of Commerce program, I reflected on my year and came up with a list of the top 3 tips for first year students. Whether you stay close to home or move out of the province, these 3 tips will help you make the ...Read More

McGill University Review

This is one of the hundreds of student reviews we have received that will be included on our site. These reviews make up the world's most comprehensive analysis of Canadian universities. This article in particular offers a McGill University review by a current Econ...Read More

7 Tips on How To Succeed at Law School

Congratulations, you got into law school! It was likely no easy feat; your hard work has paid off. But get ready for more hard work because law school, especially the first year, can be tough. I can remember feeling stressed, being overwhelmed, and wondering why I th...Read More