Want to learn about our program offerings or life at King’s? Want to get details on our one-of-a-kind association with neighbouring Dalhousie University? Our experts have answers to your questions, so get started by registering for your favourite webinar(s) today!
Are you curious about the Foundation Year Program? Do you wonder what it would be like to spend a year reading the books that have shaped our modern world? Don’t miss this chance to connect with the people who know the Foundation Year Program the best! The All About FYP webinar, Tuesday, December 6 at 8 p.m. AST, is an opportunity for you to meet FYP Director Dr. Daniel Brandes, Associate Director (Student Support) Michelle Wilband and current students. They’ll give you an introduction to FYP, tell you about why it’s such a special program and answer any of your questions about FYP’s structure, content or experience.
Do you love telling stories? Do you wonder what being a journalist is like, and want to take part in the world of news? The All About Journalism webinar is your chance to find out. On Tuesday, December 13 at 8 p.m. AST, you’ll hear from Brian Daly (Assistant Professor, Journalism), Josh Young (Senior Recruitment Officer), as well as current journalism students. Don’t miss your opportunity to ask questions about what skills students learn in the program, what work they publish and what life can hold for you with a journalism degree.
The partnership between the University of King’s College and Dalhousie University offers students unmatched depth and variety in their education. Our side-by-side campuses provide an opportunity for you to access two universities while you pursue your degree. If you have questions about how the partnership between King’s and Dal works, and what resources and academic programs you can experience, join us for this webinar on Wednesday, January 11 at 8 p.m. AST.
Are you an American student interested in studying in Canada? Do you want to be certain that you understand the application process? Join us on Tuesday, January 17 at 8 p.m. AST for the USA Students: Coming to King’s webinar, and have all of your questions answered. An American student currently studying at King’s and an expert King’s recruitment officer will share with you King’s programs, the application process and life in Halifax. They will also be available for any questions you might have about what it’s like to come to King’s, and how you can make it happen.
Are you a student outside of Canada and the USA interested in coming to Nova Scotia to study at King’s? Do you want to be certain that you understand the application process? Join us at the International Students: Coming to King’s webinar, Thursday, January 19, and have all your questions answered. International students who are currently studying at King’s and an expert King’s recruitment officer will share with you about life in Halifax, King’s programs and the application process for international students. They will also be available for any questions you might have about what it’s like to come to King’s, and how you can pursue an exciting international education at our university. Please note: this webinar takes place at 1:00 pm Atlantic Standard Time. We realize that this time zone might not be convenient for all international students. Everyone who registers for this event will receive a recording of the session.
Interested in learning more about scholarships? Curious about the process for applying? Want tips on how to write your essay? King’s will be hosting a webinar Wednesday, February 1 at 8 p.m. AST on scholarships featuring Chair of our Scholarship Committee, Professor Sarah Clift. You will learn more about the scholarships that King’s offers, the application process and what the committee is looking for in a successful application. You will also have the chance to pose your questions directly to one of the people who will evaluate your application.
Have questions about financing your education? Curious to learn more about financial aid and bursaries? King’s will be hosting a webinar on financial aid, Wednesday, February 8 at 8 p.m. AST. You will learn about different kinds of financial aid, including loans and bursaries and how they will be applied to your student account. Plus, get tips about creating a budget and advice about working part-time while you study. You will have the chance to pose your questions to people who work directly with student accounts.
Curious about what university is like? Want to learn more about the academic transition? Interested in meeting faculty before you come to King’s? On Wednesday, March 8 at 8 p.m. AST, King’s will be hosting a panel featuring select faculty. They will be able to answer all of your questions about academics, what to expect from coursework at King’s and so much more!
You are resilient, smart and ready to face new adventures and tackle new challenges! But sometimes we all need good advice and support. Get to know some of the people who will be part of your support team at the University of King’s College at this webinar on Wednesday, March 22 at 8 p.m. ADT.
Excited to move away from home for university? Have questions about what Halifax is like? On Wednesday, March 29 at 8 p.m. ADT, King’s will be hosting a panel featuring students who moved to Halifax to attend university. Students will be able to answer all of your questions about life in Halifax, including residence, places to go and so much more!
Check out our playlist of previous webinars on a variety of topics, including scholarships and financial aid, athletics, residence life and our relationship with Dalhousie.
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