Undergraduate Admission, Queen's University, Canada

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Bader International Study Centre Webinars

Bader International Study Centre
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Learn about the BISC

Join Recruitment Coordinator Jacob and learn more about the Bader International Study Centre, Queen’s University’s international campus at the Herstmonceux Castle in East Sussex, England! Get the details on the BISC’s First Year Programs, student experience, and experiential learning, and find out what makes the BISC experience unlike any other. Click Here

 

 

Queen's General Webinars

Queen's General Webinars
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Student Panel - Getting Involved + Living in Kingston

Join a panel of our current student tour guides as they discuss getting involved inside and outside of the classroom, as well as what it’s like to live in Kingston! They will share stories of how the pillar of a Queen’s education is involvement and why your greatest story starts at Queen’s and Kingston. 

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Beyond the Classroom

Join members of the Undergraduate Admission and Recruitment team, along with current student tour guides to learn more about life outside the classroom at Queen's. Topics include: clubs and teams, internships, and study abroad opportunities.

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We Challenge.
We Support.
You Succeed. 

Join a panel of our current student tour guides as they discuss getting involved inside and outside of the classroom, as well as what it’s like to live in Kingston! They will share stories of how the pillar of a Queen’s education is involvement and why your greatest story starts at Queen’s and Kingston. 

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Discover Queen's

Join members of the Undergraduate Admission and Recruitment team, along with current student tour guides to discover why your greatest story starts at Queen’s University. A short presentation will be followed with an opportunity for Q&A.

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Discover Queen's
Mandarin Session

Join members of the Undergraduate Admission and Recruitment team, along with current student tour guides to discover why your greatest story starts at Queen’s University. A short presentation will be followed with an opportunity for Q&A.
Presented in Mandarin

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The Path to Queen's

Join members of the Undergraduate Admission and Recruitment team, along with current student tour guides to learn more about your journey to Queen's. Topics will include: application and admission process, choosing your program and campus, admission pathways, and financial aid.

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Student Panel - From Grade 12 to First Year

Join a panel of our current student tour guides as they discuss the transition from high school to the first year of university and beyond. They will discuss the advice they would give their younger selves and what you should keep in mind over the next year as you navigate the application and acceptance process. 

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Your Queen's Application - Everything you Need to Know

Join members of the Undergraduate Admission and Recruitment team, along with current student tours guides, as we walk you through the A-Z of your Queen’s application. Topics include: required documents, admission requirements, how to accept an offer of admission and so much more! 

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Student Panel -
Choosing Your Major

Join a panel of our current student tour guides as they discuss how they chose their program and major, and the process they went through. They have been where you are, and they want to share their wisdom and experience, so you know what to expect.

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Student Panel - 
Supports For Your Success

Join a panel of our current student tour guides as they share stories with you about the supports they access to succeed inside and outside of the classroom at Queen’s. They will discuss visiting Student Wellness Services, Student Academic Success Services (SASS), peer to peer supports that are available, support while living in residence or off campus and their relationships with their professors.

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Our Campus.
Our Community.

Join members of the Undergraduate Admission and Recruitment team, along with current student tour guides to learn more about our campus and the City of Kingston. Topics include: residence, food services, the Kingston community and ways to get involved.

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Student Panel - 
Why Queen's?

Join a panel of our current student tour guides as they discuss why they chose Queen’s. They will discuss the community feeling on our Kingston campus and our international campus, the Bader International Centre (BISC), and share with you why your next chapter should start at Queen’s University.

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Student Awards Webinars

Queen's Promise Scholars
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Queen's Promise Scholars

The Promise Scholars program is a comprehensive initiative designed to reduce financial barriers and increase access to Queen’s for local, first-generation students. The program provides dedicated financial, academic, and career support to help students complete their degree. Five awards will be available in Fall 2021.

Staff from our Student Experience, Student Awards Office, and Undergraduate Admission and Recruitment will tell you more about this program, and give you all the information you need to support your students in their application.

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Paying for your Queen's Education

At Queen’s University, we believe all students should be able to take part in the Queen’s experience. Don’t miss out on opportunities to help pay for your education. Attend this session to find out about Queen’s financial aid programs for incoming first-year undergraduate degree students (e.g. scholarships, awards, and bursaries), as well as information about government student aid for provinces/territories outside of Ontario and from Ontario (OSAP).

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Program-specific Webinars

Faculty of Arts and Science
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Meet a Queen's Arts and Science Student

Meet one of our current students to ask your questions and hear their stories! Our students are available to chat with you about their experience and how to make the most of your time at Queen's - via email, Skype, Facebook, WeChat or whatever channel you prefer. See our student ambassador team member profiles below and sign up for a chat! One of our ambassadors will contact you via your preferred communication channel.  Sign Up Here

On Campus or Online?

Discover the difference between our “on campus” programs, which are currently being delivered remotely but will be delivered in person as soon as public health guidelines permit, and our fully online programs. 

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Top 5 Reasons to Choose Arts & Science at Queen's 

Find out why you should choose Arts and Science at Queen’s. Our top 5 reasons are just the start of your journey to discovering our Faculty and Queen’s. 

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Arts and Science Program Options

In Arts and Science, you have options! Find out about whether you should apply to the common first year, and take the chance to explore your options while you settle into university life, or if you should apply directly to one of our programs (Fine Art, Computing, Kinesiology and Health Studies, Life Sciences, Music, and Music Theatre). We know that it’s important for you to find the right fit and that, either way, your first year will be a great experience!

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The Arts and Science Experience

Learn about the experience Artsci (research, internships, certificates, BISC, community). Find out about how you can benefit from Arts and Science being an integrated faculty, with a strong sense of shared purpose. Learn about the opportunities to add to your degree and develop transdisciplinary skills that are highly valued by employers - from doing research to internships, exchanges, certificates and, most importantly, for getting involved in our community.

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Faculty of Health Sciences

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You Belong: Applying to Faculty of Health Sciences Programs


An information session for high school students and parents/guardians to address questions regarding Faculty of Health Sciences programs and to introduce the Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Office and Initiatives.

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School of Nursing
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Discover Queen's Nursing

The Queen's Nursing program is a tight-knit community with excellent opportunities to practice Nursing skills hands-on in clinical practice. Join our webinar to learn more about what makes this program so unique and well-known in the Canadian Nursing profession. A short presentation will be followed by opportunity for Q&A.

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Nursing AST

The Queen's Nursing program is a tight-knit community with excellent opportunities to practice nursing skills hands-on in clinical practice. Join our webinar to learn more about what makes this program so unique and well-known in the Canadian Nursing profession.  
A presentation by the Associate Director of the Undergraduate program will highlight the courses in the program, the clinical practicums, and the careers that can be considered after graduation.  There will be Q & A after the talk.  Current students will also be available to answer questions and an admissions representative  will also be available.

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Student Services and Supports

Career Services
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Queen's Career Services

Many students wonder about how the decisions they're making now will affect them in the future.  

You might have questions like: 

Which degree is best for me?
How can I figure out what I want to do?
What career options will I have with this degree?
How do I get where I want to go?
What have other Queen's students and alumni done in their careers?
How do I make decisions that are right for me?

Career Services at Queen's University can help you answer these questions and more. Join this session to hear from one of our Career Counsellors about the supports and resources available to help you set professional goals, gain relevant experience and skills, and land opportunities of interest.

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Four Directions Indigenous Student Centre
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Four Directions Indigenous Student Centre

The Four Directions Indigenous Student Centre strives to be a home away from home for Indigenous students and a site of information and support for the broader Queen’s community. Join Jessica Parks, Indigenous Advisor, to learn more about the services and events offered at Four Directions. The three 4D Social Ambassadors: Lanza, Samantha, and Shalisa will also be sharing about their experiences as Indigenous students at Queen’s U and are available to answer any questions you have about student life at Queen’s! An Undergraduate Admission team member will also be on-hand to answer any admission-related questions you may have.

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Queen's University Internship Program
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The Queen's University Internship Program

Want to spend a year getting paid professional experience? Would you like to "Test-Drive a Career?" Find out everything you need to know about doing a 12-16 month, professional, paid internship after your 2nd or 3rd year of undergraduate studies. 

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Residence, Housing and Meal Plans
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The Residence Experience and Meal Plans

This session will explain how to apply for residence, applicable deadlines and fees, how we support students within the residence environment and all you need to know about meal plans.

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Living Learning Communities at Queen's

Living Learning Communities (LLCs) are floors or clusters of rooms where students with similar interests and values live together in residence and engage in creative, social, and educational programming related to the topic of their specific community. This session will review the Living Learning Communities offered at Queen's and how an interested student can apply. 

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Student Experience Office
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Student Experience Office: Your Guide to Transitioning to Queen’s

Join staff from the Student Experience Office, to learn about the programs designed to support your transition to university. Topics include Summer Orientation to Academics and Resources (SOAR), the Next Steps website, and Q Success. 

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