Department of English

University of Toronto

RSVP: GOING TO GRADUATE SCHOOL

Going to Graduate School Workshop - RSVP FORM

Event date: Thursday, October 7, 2021, from 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM
Location: Online via ZOOM

Please join UofT English Faculty for the Going to Grad School Workshop. 


Topics of discussion will include:
  • Graduate programs and graduate life
  • Requirements and admission
  • Choosing a school
  • Applications and letters of reference
  • Application process for external awards


Participants:

  • Prof. Nick Mount, Associate Chair, Undergraduate
  • Prof. Carol Percy, Associate Director, MA Program
  • Prof. Dan Newman, Director of Graduate Writing Support, Arts and Science
  • Prof. Robert McGill, Director, MA Program in English in the Field of Creative Writing
  • Marina Klimenko, UofT English PhD candidate

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RSVP FORM FOR GOING TO GRADUATE SCHOOL WORKSHOP
Last Name:
First Name:
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I WILL ATTEND the Going to Graduate School Workshop on Thursday, October 7th, 2021, from 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM.
YES. I am excited about this opportunity and will definitely attend!Maybe. I will try to attend for part of the event.
No. Unfortunately I have scheduling conflicts and cannot attend.
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