Ontario Universities' Fair (OUF): September 2020 (cancelled)
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Ontario Universities' Info 2021 is live!
Find and compare Ontario university programs, and research residences, scholarships, admission requirements and more.
New this year: We have expanded OUInfo to become the primary online resource for researching Ontario universities. OUInfo now highlights Ontario university virtual events and tours, webinars, chats, videos and more. Students can also request to receive information directly from Ontario universities.
OUInfo is the only resource that is updated directly by the Ontario universities.
University research: www.ontariouniversitiesinfo.ca.
To apply: www.ouac.ca
Universities post updates to OUInfo throughout the year – check back regularly.
Ontario Colleges Virtual Fair: Fall 2020
To register: www.ontariocollegefair.ca
To research college programs/apply: www.ontariocolleges.ca
Students are encouraged to visit the websites for each school that they are interested in applying to, in order to seek information on virtual visits, appointments etc.
Look for Admissions/ Prosepective Students on the websites.
Apprenticeship Information: www.apprenticesearch.com
www.skillscompetencescanada.com (download app about trades)
www.carsandjobs.com ( careers in automotive sector)
College Information: www.ontariocolleges.ca
University Information: www.ouac.on.ca
University Fair: cancelled for 2020
and Exchange programs: www.ncaa.org (NCAA)
www.prepskills.com (PSAT,SAT preparation)
www.princetonreview.com (PSAT, SAT,ACT)
www.canadalawfromabroad.com (Canada law from abroad)
http://ca.studyacrossthepond.com (Study in Britain)
Study and Go Aboard Fair www.studyandgoabroad.com
US College Expo Canada www.uscollegeexpo.com (USA colleges/universities fair)
Go Global Expo www.letsgoglobal.ca (studying in other countries)
GAP Year www.lattitudecanada.org (gap year placements)
Transfer Guide: www.ontransfer.ca
EXCELLENT resource for pathway planning!
(transfer program information between various institutions)
(support to find post-secondary pathways that may not follow
the traditional path from secondary school)
Employment Information: www.jobpostings.ca
Employment Services: Mississauga 905-276-9322 ext. 210
(YMCA of Greater Toronto)
www.mobilizejobs.com (jobs across Canada)
Transition Resource: www.transitionresourceguide.ca
(support services for students at post-secondary institutions)
Financial Assistance: www.ontario.ca/osap (OSAP)
https://scholartree.ca (awards portal)
https://atila.ca (awards portal)
Tip: visit the scholarship/award binder in the back of the Guidance Office as information comes in on a weekly basis and is keep here. Also, check with family members as there may be awards available to students through a family's place of employment. Many post- secondary
institutions also offer awards for students. Go to the individual school site of that post secondary institutions.
General Research: www.makingmyway.ca
www.osca.ca (student section)
www.myBlueprint.ca/peel Access through BYOD
www.jobspeopledo.com UN: PEELJPD
What's Next? Your Guide to Education and Career/Life Planning in Ontario