Academic Supports and Research, Mentorship and Other Student Opportunities
Take a look at some of the upcoming information sessions, events and resources available to Trinity College and University of Toronto students!
Upcoming Student Events
ConnecTRIN Launch and Networking Event
ConnecTRIN is a new, online platform that allows users to connect with the Trinity College community to expand their professional network. Instantly connect with other members who can provide academic and career advice! Join us for the official launch on November 23 at 7:30 pm in the Buttery.
Join Trinity's Artists-In-Residence, the Gryphon Trio, in the Provost's Lodge for their coffee house concert series. Please RSVP to attend in the Student Event Portal.
Research Opportunities in the Sciences
Are you looking to get involved in research at the University of Toronto? Are you a Science student and don't know what you're going to do this summer? Look no further. Our upcoming session entitled, “Research Opportunities in the Sciences!” will be take place Thursday, November 23, from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm in the Combination Room. Find research areas opportunities in your area of study, connect with Professors and Research Supervisors and learn about obtaining funding. Sign up now!
Managing Multiple Choice Questions
Unlock successful strategies to conquer multiple choice questions at the Managing Multiple Choice Questions workshop on Tuesday, November 21 from 5:00 to 6:00 pm. Sign up now!
Centre for International Experience Resources Events
U of T Learning Abroad Opportunities
Apply now (including for funding) for CIE’s learning abroad opportunities. The deadline for the Summer Research Exchange Program is Sunday, December 3. All other opportunities may have deadlines on Thursday, January 14, 2018. Last year 60% of students received funding, and they also received an international education!
Permanent Residency Info Session
Join us to learn about the Permanent Residency options available to international students. Government guest speakers will explain the different options, eligibility criteria, & application process. Thursday, November 23, 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm. Register here.
Post-graduation Work Permit Session
Will you finish your degree requirements soon? Would you like to stay in Canada to work after your graduation? You may be eligible for an open Work Permit (Post-Graduation Work Permit) valid for up to 3 years. Multiple dates available.
Trinity’s CIE Transition Advisor, Asim Ashraf is available on Wednesday afternoons from 12:30 pm to 2:30 pm outside Strachan Hall. Enhance your international experience, and learn about future events and programs. Find out about Academic Support and CIE events and programs. Find out more information about Transition Advising.
Student Services and Academic Supports
Looking for career or academic advice? Need some guidance from experienced students and peers? Then bookmark these student services and academic supports available to students at Trinity College.