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Post Secondary Visits

2016/2017
 
 
Please refer to this page for updates on post-secondary visits at Magee and other lower mainland locations:
   
 
Online Post Secondary Institution (PSI) Selections For Students
 
The online PSI Selections Form is now available for students graduating in the 2016/17 school year. This online form should only be submitted by Grade 12 students who expect to graduate this school year and are applying to a post-secondary institution for September 2017 admission.
 
Instructions for the Online PSI Selections
 
An instructional document is available at: www.bced.gov.bc.ca/exams/trx_updates/pdf/psi_selections_instructions.pdf. This document includes snapshots of all the screens students will use to select PSIs. Additional information about PSI Selections can also be found on pages 130 and 131 of the 2016/2017 Handbook of Procedures for the Graduation Program.
 
School Secure Web Login
 
Students access the online form by logging into the Student Secure Web (SSW), www.bced.gov.bc.ca/exams/tsw/tsw/student/, and clicking the menu option "Post Secondary Institutions Selections".
·         Information about creating a Student Secure Web (SSW) account or resolving forgotten passwords can be found on page 2 of the PSI Selections Instructions document.
·         Students who have forgotten their password and have not logged in to their SSW account in the past year must recreate their account using the “Create Account” link – a password reset is not required.
 
Questions? If you have questions, please email: Student.Certification@gov.bc.ca
 
 
Applied Scientists Save the World –  come and find out how. Join us, Saturday, November 26, 2016 from 10am to 4pm. Open to all high school students – especially those interested in mathematics and science.
 
Engineers, nurses and architects help prevent disease, reduce poverty and create solutions to protect people and our planet.
 
There’ll be cool demonstrations, fascinating lab tours, and informative presentations. Talk to academic advisors, professors and current students about all your options. Learn how engineering can make a world of difference. Bring your friends and family to explore – we suggest you plan to attend the whole day, as there are activities happening throughout the day.
 
The School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture will also be hosting afternoon events, and we will be joined by the School of Nursing at our Academic Booth Fair. Engineering departments and programs will have presentations, lab tours, demos, presentations – as they do every year.
 
In addition to all the exciting options, we’d also like to invite Grade 10-12 girls to attend an informative lunch:
 
Eng*Cite Lunch for Grade 10-12 Girls at the Open House
 
Grade 10-12 girls interested in science and math are invited to attend the eng•cite Lunch for an opportunity to talk to and hear presentations by women who are currently studying engineering or young alumnae who are working in the industry. We would like to provide an open forum to enable discussions with and questions to other female students/engineers who were facing a similar decision more recently, and why they chose their path.  Interested students must RSVP for the lunch by November 21st.
 
For more information and to RSVP, please visit our website: www.engineering.ubc.ca/openhouse or  www.apsc.ubc.ca/openhouse.
 
Dalhousie University – Vancouver Info Session:
Date:  Wednesday, November 23, 2-16
Time:  7:00 PM
Where:  Vancouver Convention Centre
The session will cover what it means to be a student at Dalhousie and include topics like programs, admissions, student life, and much more. Pre-registration for students is required and available at www.dal.ca/connect under the Upcoming Events link
At this session, students have the option of applying on the spot and will receive an admissions decision by email within 24 hours. On-site admissions drop-off will be available between 6:00-6:45pm, with the information session beginning at 7:00pm.
In order to be considered for on-site admissions, students will need to bring the following:
·         A completed paper application form (available at www.dal.ca/applynow)
·         Application Fee of $70 (payable by cheque, or filling out credit card information on the application; Cash payment will NOT be accepted)
·         Current high school transcript will all final grade 11 marks
·         List of current and expected grade 12 courses (this can also be indicated on the transcript)
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me by email at curtis.clarke@dal.ca
 
Sauder BCom Fall Preview Day – Saturday, November 26, 2016
 
Magee students are invited to the UBC Sauder BCom Fall Preview Day on Saturday November 26th 2016 from 9:00AM – 1:00PM. This event offers an opportunity for prospective undergraduate students applying to UBC Sauder School of Business to get a first look at student life in the Bachelor of Commerce program.
 
Attendees will learn more about the BCom curriculum, tour teaching facilities, and hear about some of the unique extracurricular opportunities available to students from the diverse perspectives of our current students, instructors, and young alumni. The BCom admissions team will be present to answer any questions about applying to UBC. Both students and parents are welcome to attend.
 
Students can find additional information about the event and register to attend through the following link: sauder.ubc.ca/bcomfallpreview  
 
 
BC POST SECONDARY MORNING FOR ALL GRADE 11 AND GRADE 12 STUDENTS
Wednesday, November 16, 2016 – 8:30am until 9:45am – Day 2 – During Collaborative Time
 
Attendance is mandatory for this event by all grade 11 and grade 12 students.
The following BC Post Secondary Institutes will be at Magee and students have been asked by their counsellors to sign up for two different sessions:
Capilano University, Corpus Christi College, Douglas College, Fairleigh Dickinson University, Justice Institute of BC, Kwantlen Polytechnic University, Langara College, Royal Military College, Simon Fraser University, Trinity Western University, University of Northern BC, University of Victoria, Vancouver Community College, and Vancouver Island University.
This is a great opportunity for students to connect with post secondary representatives and receive important information about their post secondary options.
 
 
  

 

 

 
 
 
 
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