Pre-Graduate School Online Program (PGSOP)

Program

Anika, student attending the Pre-Graduate School Program

Join us for an online information session November 25, 6–7pm, to learn more about the courses in the Pre-Graduate School Online Program. The session is free, but registration is required.

Prepare for Success in a Canadian Master’s Program

The new Pre-Graduate School Online Program features courses that give you the skills and strategies to choose your best-fit graduate programs, write compelling and effective applications, and succeed once you’re in grad school.

All courses are three weeks long and 100% online. Enjoy an interactive and dynamic experience, get personalized support and feedback, and meet and connect with your peers from around the world.

Who it’s For

These pre-graduate school courses are recommended for students in third-year university and higher, or recent graduates, who plan to apply to a master’s program in Canada.

While you don’t need to provide your grades or transcript, we recommend you have an average of 75% or higher, or equivalent. Students whose first language isn’t English self-assess their proficiency, but should have achieved an IELTS 6.0 or higher, or equivalent.

While the focus of the program is on getting into and succeeding in a Canadian university master’s program, the skills you learn are useful when you’re applying to graduate programs in other countries.

Courses Offered

Your Guide to Getting Into Graduate School in Canada

Often, undergraduate students choose graduate programs at universities by name or reputation only, and without being clear on their goals. If you want to choose your best-fit master’s programs, and maximize your chances of getting into the program of your choice, start with this course.

Not only do our experienced instructors guide you in researching and identifying programs that best match your goals, interests and academic achievements, we give you the step-by-step techniques to writing applications that grab the attention of admissions officers.

Dates
Your Guide to Getting Into Graduate School in Canada November 2–22, 2020
January 11–31, 2021

Prepare for Success at Graduate School

Students who understand how graduate school works before they enter the program are more likely to graduate – and graduate on time. Gain the skills and know-how you need to succeed in a master’s program in business, computer science or engineering by learning first-hand how grad school works, and how it differs from undergraduate programs. These courses will save you valuable time, money – and a great deal of stress.

Prepare for Success at Graduate School Dates
Business and Business Management February 1–21, 2021
Engineering and Applied Science October 13 – November 1, 2020
February 1–21, 2021
Computer Science and Technology February 1–21, 2021