MI program

iSchool: Information Night

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One of the best ways of getting good overview of our program is to come to one of our information nights.  This year we are having two in November and one later on in the new year. You will have an opportunity to listen to faculty describe the program as well as get some basic information about applying.  Current students and admissions staff will also be available for questions.  We look forward to seeing you!!! Read more »

Career Services at the iSchool

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Today's blog is brought to you by Isidora Petrovic, our in-house careers officer. As a professional school we care deeply about both what you learn here and how and where you take that knowledge out into the working world.  Isidora explains.

Career services at the iSchool

Greetings future information professionals! Before you meet me on our first day at the orientation, I would like to tell you about my role and how I assist students at this amazing faculty. Read more »

iSchool: Full Disclosure: part 2 of 4

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Here's the second part of Cody's excellent adventure with KMD--

 

My experience in KMD1001

The core focus of KMD1001 was oriented on a design challenge that would carry through the semester. As a part of this continued project that branched off into many assignments, students were tasked with creating a conceptual mobile tablet computer application to compliment an environmental-art based project that was to be commissioned by the curatorial agency no. 9. Read more »

iSchool: full disclosure (Part 1 of 4)

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Over the next few weeks, follow Cody's guest blog as he writes about his iSchool experience.  Cody Schacter is a second year student following the Critical Information Studies (CIS) path as well as the Knowledge, Media and Design (KMD) collaborative program. This is part 1 of 4. Read more »

Paths and how to choose them

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Applicants often ask about our areas of specialization, often called paths, which are possible within the Master of Information degree. The MI degree is very  flexible and customizable to match your interests and needs.

While many students coming into the program are quite clear about what they want to study, you don't really need to know until the start of your second year of the program. Read more »

Getting to know the iSchool

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As a prospective or current applicant we invite you to get to know us better. 

We are planning an information evening for those interested in our Masters of Information for February 15 --details will be available soon.  In addition, we have scheduled a series of online chats for any questions you have. Read more »

Between now and January....

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Starting tomorrow, December 21,  the University will be closed until January 2.  Admissions staff won't be available to help you with any admissions questions but here are some parts of our website that may be helpful if you have not explored them already.

Check deadlines here.  

Find out what documents you will need to assemble to apply. Read more »

Collaborative Programs

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Students in MI, MMSt and PhD programs have the opportunity to participate in one of a number of Collaborative Programs. These programs are based on an agreement  between the iSchool and other graduate units (department, centres, or institutes).  A CP allows you to specialise in a particular subject  or to explore an interdisciplinary area. Read more »

Funding your masters degree

It is important to plan ahead to finance your masters degree.  Check out the Tuition & fees section of the website for some helpful information.  Follow the links and also review the information on the School of Graduate Studies website.

Successful information evening

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More than 150 prospective students came from Ottawa, Kingston, Kitchener/Waterloo, Burlington and  the GTA to hear about our masters programs. It was exciting to meet potential students and to answer their questions.  If you missed our information evenings do join one of our online chats.

At any time, if you have questions just email us at:  admissions [dot] ischoolatutoronto [dot] ca (subject: Question%20on%20Admissions)

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