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  1. I have an MA in Clinical Psychology from an Indian university. I am planning to apply for a second Masters - MA in Psychology at Brock U and MSc in Psychology at Western U. One step that I am the most confused about is the scholarship application. Can you direct me to a step-by-step procedure for scholarship application as an international student? I have so many questions, but I don't know if they are the right questions. The following are ones I can think of right now: - Should I start the scholarship application before or after college application? - What do I write in the university application about scholarships? - How do I approach a university to nominate me for, say OGS, when they have not accepted me yet? - How to I fill THIS FORM when I don't know who would take me in? - Do I have to apply for funding before applying to the university or is it possible to apply after getting enrolled? ---- I am sorry if the questions sound dumb, I really have no idea about this process.
  2. Hey guys, I was wondering about who has applied to bachelor of education or teaching programs in Ontario! I have some questions: Which schools have you applied to? For what age concentration? What are your teachables? What was your GPA? What relevant experience did you have? I've applied to OISE, UOIT, and York for intermediate/senior. My teachables are biology & social science. I had a ~4.0 GPA in my last 2 years. I worked in a local high school for the past 2 years.
  3. Hi! I'm a 3rd year Biology student hoping to apply to McMaster, UofT, Western, and Dalhousie SLP programs in the next year or two. I have read a couple other threads of applicants who have been accepted and it seems a lot of them have research experience on top of academic references and volunteer experience. My program does not really allow me to conduct any psychological/linguistic research and I am worried that I will not be competitive without it. Can anyone give me an idea as to what their application consisted of? (Whether you were accepted or not)
  4. Hi Starting this forum for people on the waiting list for audiology. I was placed on the waiting list for Dalhousie. Wondering if anyone is in a similar predicament or have you been removed for the waiting list in the past?
  5. I'm starting this thread for everyone applying to Poli Sci MAs for 2018! Feel free to add your acceptances as they come in. Good luck everyone! For a bit of context, I applied to Carleton, Queens, Western and Laurier. Where did you guys apply to?
  6. , 2017 (edited) Hi Guys! I don't know if this is the right place to put this thread in, but I couldn't find any similar thread anywhere. So here it goes! All the Masters in Computer Science people who applied in Canadian universities converge here! Share your heart out, how you're dealing with the stress of waiting it out I know it's still early days for admits and rejects but here goes my applied list: UBC, Toronto, Alberta, Western, McMaster, Ottawa, Carletom, Windsor, Lakehead Course: Computer Science Masters in Science/ MscAC/MAC
  7. Hi All, Everyone who is joining western university computer science can gather here to discuss. Thanks!
  8. Trying to decide between UBC and Western's audiology programs. Obviously, both are great schools and have a lot to offer, but I'm wondering if anyone who has gone to either can tell me some pros and cons? Would really appreciate it!
  9. Hey everyone just thought I would start up a thread for any audiology hopefuls applying for the 2017 year! I am applying to UBC and Western this year. I have heard that Western is really difficult to get into. Does anyone know if UBC is any easier?
  10. The wait is over and I have officially accepted my offer to begin a Master of Media in Journalism and Communication at the University of Western Ontario this Fall 2016! As I am just finishing up my undergrad at UBC and planning to spend the summer working in Vancouver before making the move, I'm now facing the task of trying to find housing in London, Ontario for September. If any other grad students at Western are also seeking housing or looking for a female roommate, let me know and we can team up preferably looking for a 2 or 3 bedroom place close to campus with other grad students or young professionals.
  11. Hi 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!
  12. 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!
  13. Is anyone interested in going to this? http://www.westernpsych.org/index.cfm Maybe we could put together a GradCafe meetup/conference group. Better than wondering around by yourself? Dr. Zimbardo will be presenting
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