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sanode posted a topic in Waiting it OutHi All, Everyone who is joining western university computer science can gather here to discuss. Thanks!
AJ90 posted a topic in JournalismHi guys! I got accepted to a couple of journalism grad programs in Canada and I'm torn which one to choose. So, I desperately need input and advice to put things in perspective and hopefully, make a logical decision that I won't regret. Anyway, I got in to the Master of Journalism program in UBC, Western, Ryerson, and Carleton. What are the pros and cons of each program? Which one is better? Should I attend the one that offers me the most funding or choose the one I really want to attend? Feel free to response! I'm just desperate as deadlines to accept/decline offers are coming up. Thanks!
Hey everyone, Are there any past or current Western MA/MEd Counselling Psychology students who could speak to this program's interview process? I would appreciate any advice on how to best prepare. I believe it's a three person interview panel and I've consulted this resource http://www.unc.edu/~mjp1970/Mitch%27s%20Grad%20School%20Advice.pdf but it's an American Clinical Psyc doctoral document. Besides reviewing my CV, Statement of Interest, and practicing for standard interview Q's (what are your strengths, etc), was the vibe of the interview more focused on the applicant's research interests or was it geared to more practical clinical experience? As an interviewee, were you expected to know how to respond to scenario based/ethical questions (ie. what would you do if a client mentioned that they wanted to harm themselves, etc)? Any advice would be much appreciated. If you haven't interviewed at Western but have interview experience from other Canadian Counselling Psyc programs, please feel free to share how to best prepare for this. Thanks guys and good luck!