GRADUATE STUDIES

Saturday, February 18, 2023 – 10 a.m. to 4 p.m

Engineering, Computer Science and Visual Arts Integrated Complex (EV)
1515 Ste-Catherine St. W.


Grad Corner - EV Second Floor

A one-stop shop designed to help you gather the information you need to pursue graduate studies. Talk with faculty and staff to get answers to all your questions about programs, funding, services, and more.

You'll find the Grad Corner on the SGW Campus on the second floor of the EV Building, just up the stairs from the atrium main floor entrance.


Information tables

  CAMPUS LOCATION
Arts and Science SGW and
Loyola
EV Building second floor
MB Building, table 209
SP Building, table 303
Fine Arts SGW EV Building second floor
Gina Cody School of Engineering and
Computer Science
SGW EV Building second floor
EV Building lobby, table 115
John Molson School of Business SGW EV Building second floor
AdmitMaster (Prepare for the GMAT) SGW EV Building second floor
School of Graduate Studies SGW EV Building second floor
Funding opportunities SGW EV Building second floor
Professional development SGW EV Building second floor

Graduate Presentations


SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES

Tips for preparing a strong graduate application
10:30 a.m. — SGW Campus, EV-2.309  Length: 30 minutes
Applying for graduate studies may seem intimidating, but we're here to help demystify the process. Join us as we break down the application process by showing you how to choose a grad school and prepare a strong application package to stand out from the crowd.

How Concordia can support your graduate studies
11 a.m. — SGW Campus, EV-2.184  Length: 45 minutes
Curious about how Concordia can support your studies and future career? Join our alumni and current graduate student panelists to hear about funding and experiential learning opportunities during your studies at Concordia, including teaching and research assistantships, professional development, and more.

Funding beyond Concordia
12 p.m. — SGW Campus, EV-2.309  Length: 45 minutes
Looking for opportunities to fund your graduate research? Before submitting your grad school application, learn about the tri-agency and other key external funding opportunities you may be eligible for, as well as what you can do now to strengthen your candidacy.

GradProSkills: Exclusive professional development training and resources for graduate students
1 p.m. — SGW Campus, EV-2.309  Length: 30 minutes
A foundation of Concordia’s graduate community, GradProSkills offers free training and online resources for graduate students to hone their academic and professional skills. Join us to learn how we help Concordia's graduate students achieve their goals, from research and data analysis to project management and leadership.

New career horizons for graduate students
2 p.m. — SGW Campus, EV-2.184  Length: 45 minutes
Hear from Concordia alumni and current graduate students how choosing the right graduate program can lead to exciting career opportunities. Learn how to make the most of your studies and research suitable jobs in your field with tips from successful Concordia alumni.

ARTS AND SCIENCE

History and its possibilities 
1 p.m. — SGW Campus, MB-2.430, Length: 30 minutes
Passionate about history but not sure where it could lead your career? Join us to learn about the exciting places that graduate work in History can take you.

Graduate Chemistry & Biochemistry
1:30 p.m. — LOY Campus, SP-S110, Length: 15 minutes
Innovative teaching and cutting-edge research training collide during a master's or PhD in Chemistry & Biochemistry at Concordia. Discover our various research options in materials and medicinal chemistry, genomics, protein structure and nanoscience.

Graduate-level Economics
1:30 p.m. — SGW Campus, MB-2.430, Length: 30 minutes
Wondering what pathways a Graduate Diploma or MA in Economics could open? Join us to learn more about the Economics graduate programs, including course content, possible careers and Co-op options.

Mastering Education
2 p.m. — SGW Campus, MB-2.430, Length: 45 minutes
Explore Concordia's eight possibilities for graduate studies in Education, including master's degrees, graduate diplomas and PhDs.

FINE ARTS

Student screening
11 a.m. — SGW Campus, LB Building - De Seve Cinema Length: 75 minutes
Settle into the De Seve Cinema for a rotating display of graduate student work from the cinema programs.

Creative Arts Therapies: Art Therapy, Drama Therapy, Music Therapy and Play Therapy 
1 p.m. — SGW Campus, EV-1.615 Length: 45 minutes
Hear about the profession of creative arts therapists, and how they support individuals and communities reach their full potential for living well. This sessions includes information on admission requirements, course selection and career opportunities.

Graduate Studies in Film and Moving Image Program
1 p.m. — SGW Campus, LB Building 4TH SPACE Length: 60 minutes
Join us for an information session about graduate-level Film and Moving Image Studies programs. Faculty and current students from the program will talk about the opportunities and resources available for graduate students and answer any questions.

Grad student panel
3 p.m. — SGW Campus, EV-1.615 Length: 45 minutes
Join us to learn everything there is to know about life as a graduate student in the Faculty of Fine Arts.

GINA CODY SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING AND COMPUTER SCIENCE

Information session
3 p.m. — SGW Campus, EV-2.309 Length: 30 minutes
Learn about professional and research-based programs and discover the right one for you.

JOHN MOLSON SCHOOL OF BUSINESS

How to choose a graduate business program
11 a.m. — SGW Campus, EV-2.260 Length: 45 minutes
The John Molson School of Business offers a wide range of graduate-level programs — all you need to do is find the right fit. Find out about our research-based master's degrees, diplomas and certificates as well as our cutting-edge MBA and PhD programs. 

Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT) tips and tricks - Hosted by AdmitMaster
12 p.m. — SGW Campus, EV-2.260 Length: 45 minutes
Learn from GMAT coach Sergey Kouk about how to focus your study efforts for the best possible perfomance on the Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT). 

Career opportunities after your graduate degree
1 p.m. — SGW Campus, EV-2.260 Length: 45 minutes
Learn how graduate students of the John Molson School of Business can propel their careers with the assistance and support of our Career Management Services. 

 


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