New Master's Students 2015-2016

Welcome to the iSchool!

We are delighted that you will be joining us at the Faculty of Information. Use this page to get ready for the new academic year.

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We hope you are excited by the prospect of starting your Master's program in September! We cordially invite all newly admitted Master's students who have received an Offer of Admission for Fall 22015 to our upcoming Meet & Greet event:

Saturday, April 25, 2015, 1:00pm to 3:30pm
Faculty of Information, University of Toronto
140 St. George Street

Meet your future classmates and interact one-on-one with professors who are eager to provide guidance on your academic goals. Learn about program updates including the new MI co-op option, as well as experiential opportunities including practicums, internships and exhibition projects. Engage with senior MI and MMSt students and staff for insight on making the most of your iSchool opportunities.

Please confirm your attendance no later than Monday, April 20th via http://www.ischool.utoronto.ca/content/meet-greet-2015

Note that we can accommodate invitees only, no additional guests. We look forward to having you join us on campus!


iSchool NEXT STEPS 

There are many steps to follow to be properly prepared for starting your program. Please take the time to read carefully and thoroughly all of the information provided specifically for new iSchool students.


Last update: April 17, 2015
Next Steps: Online version | PDF version

 


iSchool INTRO e-newsletter

INTRO is your official notification of iSchool new student administrative procedures, co-curricular opportunities, extra-curricular activities and events. Read INTRO to stay informed and have ample time to plan for the new year.

Issues of INTRO start in May 2015. Watch your email inbox!


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