Hello and Welcome to the new decade!
It was the week before F!rosh week, and I remember the shiver of awe that rolled down my spine the very first time I set foot on the University of Toronto’s campus. The vibrant green lawns, the old but majestic buildings that covered all of campus, the faces of accomplished alumni more »
Everybody has their own impression of university life during their final high school years. Although I never had a mentor who shared their post-secondary experiences with me (I have an older sister, but the only impression I got was that it was more studying), my mind seemed to have already more »
UTHSDC, a set on Flickr.
Grad school applications are looming over my head and I am in an uncomfortable position. I am just beginning to realise that this safe and secure world of “School”, of which I have been a part for 16 years, is drawing to a close. It is the end of an more »
I remember being in my final year of high school, all excited and nervous for university life. I had already accepted UofT Engineering feeling pretty good about myself since I’d be studying in the heart of downtown Toronto, attending that program that required you to be smart (definitely some arrogance there)… Aside from the excitement though, I was stressing more »
What made you choose your discipline? Opportunities to work around the world, ability to also enter the business side of the industry later on in my career, and a strong job market. Also working in the outdoors is a plus. What do you think about your discipline now? I think more »
What made you choose your discipline? I like Mech things, always had a dream to design roller coasters and Mech is the main thing that would allow that. What do you think about your discipline now? 2nd year, first semester is rather unfocused on the mechanical side of things, so more »
What made you choose your discipline? I’ve always had a fascination with the small structures of matter and how it affects a substance macroscopically, and I was told that the program is fairly broad which also worked for me since I had a hard time choosing out of TrackOne. What more »
What made you choose your discipline? After attending the discipline info sessions I decided on INDY because it was the only program that combined my interest in both engineering and business. The reason I wanted to do engineering is not to be a technical person but rather a problem solver, more »