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Transfer to York University and be considered for the Provost’s Award, an entrance scholarship worth up to $1,000 offered exclusively for Ontario College students.

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York University is a leader in transfer credit. In addition to flexible study options, a wealth of experiential-learning opportunities and world-class educational spaces, York offers unparalleled support for transfer, mature and part-time students. This includes bursaries, scholarships and awards like the Provost’s Award for Ontario College applicants.

A York University degree will provide you with the skills and knowledge to reach your full career potential. A well-balanced combination of theory and practice will pave a smooth pathway to your professional success. Choose York and join the ranks of 283,000+ alumni achieving excellence in their fields worldwide.

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The possibilities will be endless when you start at York University. Check out the York advantage and the eligibility requirements for transfer students.

 
Harpreet Singh Fourth-year Administrative Studies
Specializing in Marketing, Faculty of Liberal Arts & Professional Studies
One of the reasons why I chose York is because they offered the flexibility of being able to work full-time. Balancing university courses with work is quite a challenge. It all comes down to managing your time and juggling your priorities. Having the option of taking evening or online courses and learning on the weekends really helps.
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Stephanie Sessa Alumna
Concurrent Education with Major in French Studies
Without the teaching practicum, I don't think I would have gotten a grasp of what teaching in real life is like. It's a sink-or-swim situation. You have to understand your kids and have a rapport with them. One of the first things my mentor teacher told me was that if I don't build a relationship with the students, it's going to be very difficult. It's not just about standing in front of the class and instructing them.
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Daniel Sessa Third-year Law & Society
Faculty of Liberal Arts & Professional Studies
I started at George Brown College straight out of high school. I had no idea what I wanted to do. Now that I'm doing something I genuinely enjoy, it's just so much easier. It doesn't feel like work. If you don't know what you want to do, don't force yourself. You have to make sure you truly enjoy it and then it just clicks with your personality. You'll realize you can see yourself doing it for the rest of your life.
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Joy Moro Third-year Biotechnology
Faculty of Science
My admissions assessor was very helpful in giving me all of the information I needed and processing my application. He was patient and listened to my concerns. I received my acceptance email within one week. I am very appreciative.
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Sienna Stock Third-year Health Studies
Faculty of Health
I made the decision to return to school when I was 26. With a small child, a house and bills filling my plate, I was daunted by a four-year degree. I took advantage of on-campus supports offered by the Writing Centre and Learning Skills Services. I was taught how to write a university-level essay and study efficiently and effectively. I'm now in my third year and am fully enjoying my courses. My future looks great!
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York is here to support you throughout your unique university journey. Beyond academic achievement, we strive to enrich your student experience through personal and professional development, as well as ensure your physical and mental well-being.

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  • Career-Focused Services

    Career advising, career fairs and networking opportunities to help sharpen your professional edge.

  • Academic Support

    Learning skills workshops, outstanding libraries, academic accommodations and transition programs designed to help you every step of the way.

  • Social & Leadership-Development Programs

    A vibrant social scene with more than 300 clubs and organizations to enhance your student life, and help you develop soft skills you can bring to the table in your future career.