University and College Events 2019
- Waseda University, Monday 8 April, 3:30-4:15 pm, ELAC conf rm
Waseda offers a well-established and diverse range of university degrees both in English and in Japanese for expatriates and local students. This university is the most popular option for CA students choosing to stay in Japan for their tertiary studies and is sure to be well-attended so please arrive on-time!
- Full Sail University, Thursday 18 April, 3:30-4:15 pm, HMC
Full Sail is dedicated to helping creative students follow their dreams in the entertainment and media industry. Whether you’re passionate about music, art and design, web and technology, filmmaking, simulation and visualization, or the business behind entertainment, an education at Full Sail University can prepare you for a career path doing what you love.
- Mount Allison University, Monday 22 April, 12:40-1:15 pm, HMC
Ranked Canada’s #1 undergraduate university 20 times in the past 27 years, Mount Allison University is one of the best-kept secrets on Canada’s beautiful East Coast. Its small size (2200 students) and intimate classroom environment provide abundant opportunities for hands-on learning, close student-professor interaction, and high-level, directed research
- Hospitality colleges: Glion, Les Roches, BMHIS, Monday 22 April, 3:30-4:15 pm, ELAC conf rm
Three hospitality schools, 2 from Europe and 1 from Australia, will be visiting to share details with you about what the hospitality Industry provides, what careers are available (hotels, airlines, television, restaurants, special events like the Olympics and the FIFA world cup, etc) and the summer program opportunities that students can try out.These three colleges have multiple campuses throughout Europe and BMHIS is in Australia offering you an especially global experience.
Victoria Lidzbarski, M.Ed
High School Counselor