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lovelife905

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  1. for Uoft check Rosi or Acorn.
  2. anyone heard anything back with regards to funding or OGS?
  3. Hi!! I also got admitted to the two year MSW program at UofT and I will be attending too. In the fall apparently there are a bunch of scholarships you can apply for. http://socialwork.utoronto.ca/current-students/financial-support/#internal
  4. York, Lakehead, and I believe McGill offers this as well.
  5. It's a one year degree that would give you a BSW degree but it would also make your MSW one year so you don't really lose time. The first year of a two year MSW is basically a post degree BSW.
  6. Is a 1 BSW an option?
  7. Does UofT offer any funding to anyone?
  8. I wouldn't assume that. York tends to be the most competitive cause the class size is so small and everyone gets generous funding.
  9. Grades: Last two years I had one B+, 3 A+ and the rest of A's. I had an A in Research Methods. Experience: Two full years of part-time work studies in student engagement, 3 years of sitting on a provincial mental health youth focused board (through this experience I got to plan and attend many conferences, create policy documents, plan workshops on youth engagement etc), 1 year of volunteering with a youth sexual health organization, 1 funded summer international internship through my university's international office, a summer research internship at a youth non profit org, 1 year of residence programming, 1 year of sitting on a government related board as a youth, participant of my undergraduate research fair and some other things here and there. Sounds like alot but I was lucky to get a really good opportunity that led to other things. If people want to know where I find good opportunities or what specific organizations I was involved with message me!
  10. A, so that might have something to do with it.
  11. Me! Patiently waiting for UofT....
  12. Does anyone have any idea how competitive each of the streams at UofT? I applied for Children and Families and later learned it's one of the more popular choices and now I'm scared lol.
  13. if you don't mind me asking what was your average when you were waitlisted for the two year program?