Queen’s University graduates stack up favourably in the job market, according to surveys that track the employment outcomes of university graduates.
The 2013 Ontario University Graduate Survey (OUGS), conducted for Ontario’s Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities, shows that 92 per cent of graduates from Queen’s undergraduate programs are employed six months after graduation. That number compares to an average of 87 per cent for Ontario’s universities.
Canada’s ticket to the world finals of the Microsoft Imagine Cup is up for grabs and the final teams both come from Queen’s University.
Innovation category winner WalkSafe – Anastasiya Tarnouskaya (Cmp’17), Riley Karson, (Cmp’17), Julie Lycklama (Cmp’17) and Christopher Thomas (Cmp’17) – will be squaring off with World Citizenship category winner Team Eye3 – Jake Alsemgeest (Cmp’15), Zaeem Anwar (Cmp’15) and Eddie Wang (Com’18) – meaning that the winner is guaranteed to come from Queen’s.
Kingston high school students are visiting Queen’s to talk about cancer.
Together with the Queen’s Cancer Research Institute (QCRI), Let’s Talk Science, and the Kingston branch of the Canadian Cancer Society’s Research Information Outreach Team (RIOT), students will spend the day learning about cancer biology and research.
Organizer Mathieu Crupi hopes the Let’s Talk Cancer symposium will inspire students to take an interest in cancer research.
To Queen’s, you are more than just a number. You’re more than an applicant reference number, more than a student number, and more than a high school average.You’re ready to change the world. At Queen’s, we’re ready to help you do just that.If you’ve decided that Queen’s might just be for you what are you waiting for?
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