About the OISE Student Ambassadors

Student Ambassadors are current students who offer their authentic perspectives  about being a graduate student at OISE. By sharing their insights and experiences at OISE, they give you a little preview of what may lie ahead for you at OISE.

Our ambassadors offer this interactive blog so that you can learn about OISE from their unique student point-of-view. Their posts will cover topics such as student life in OISE; student, faculty and research profiles; academic and leisure events at OISE and the broader University of Toronto; and other interesting discoveries they make as an OISE student.

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3 thoughts on “About the OISE Student Ambassadors

  1. Michelle Post author

    Hi Laura. At this time, our Student Ambassadors are from our Master of Teaching and our Developmental Psychology & Education programs. However, I can appreciate you have lots of questions: would you consider coming to our OISE Open House? Our Open House is an excellent way to learn about the program. There will be presentations about the program, admission requirements and applications process. There will also be opportunities to connect with program and admission experts to ask those very important questions. The OISE Open House dates and rsvp is available at: http://tinyurl.com/OISEOpenHouse . Hope you can attend and join the conversation.

  2. caitlin

    Hi Krystal, we have made attempts to reach out to all the programs at OISE, including the MT J/I and I/S divisions. We will continue to look for some MT I/S students to provide you with some insight on the program! By the way, Congratulations on accepting your offer!

  3. caitlin

    Hi Kathy, we do not have a Student Ambassador in the SCCP program. But if you contact the program liaison, they should be able to connect you with a student to talk to. http://www.oise.utoronto.ca/aphd/Prospective_Students/Programs/School_Clinical_Child_Psychology/index.html

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