Events Calendar

Welcome and Orientation Mixer
Friday, September 6, 6-8pm @ BMH 313

A time for Engineering International students to meet other International students, learn about the program and resources available for support. More information about orientation activities...

Career preparation for Engineering International students: A panel discussion
Wednesday, September 11, 5:30 – 6:30pm @ BMH 109

It’s not too early to begin to think about working in Canada (either on or off-campus). Attend this session to hear from some campus partners on work opportunities, your legal eligibility as international students, and some strategies to use to begin job searching.

1 on 1 Welcome Advising
From Wednesday, September 11 – Tuesday, September 24 @ BMH 300

Recommended 1 on 1 meeting with the first year International program advisor. This is an opportunity for your advisor to get to know you personally, connected with you and adequately support your time here at Queen’s. Book an appointment here.

Academic Foundations for Engineering International Students
Session 1: You’ve arrived, now what?

Monday, September 16, 6:30 – 7:30pm @ BMH 313

This session will cover academic expectations from both ends – what new students are expecting and what the Faculty is expecting of you. Attend to get a head start on how to create a solid foundation, coming from a different academic background, and to get some questions answered. A first year professor will be in attendance!

EPT Information Session
Thursday, September 19, 7-9pm @ Dupuis 215

Curious on what the EPT is about and how to best prepare for this test? Attend this session to find out more.

Academic Foundations for Engineering International Students
Session 2: Succeeding in APSC 100, 200 and teams

Thursday, October 3, 5:30 – 6:30pm @ BMH 313

Group and team work is an essential part of our Engineering program at Queen’s. This session will introduce you to ways to manage group situations, speak up in your teams and classrooms, and how to advocate for yourself in tough group situations.

Academic Foundations for Engineering International Students
Session 3: Work smart, Time management 101

Wednesday, October 16, 5:30 – 6:30pm @ QUIC

With hours of classwork and assignments each week, engineering students are always busy. We’ll show you how to get more done, beat procrastination, avoid stress and burn-out, while meeting your academic goals through time management techniques.

Academic Foundations for Engineering International Students
Session 4: A guide to using campus resources

Tuesday, October 29, 1:30 – 2:30pm @ BMH 315

Utilizing campus resources is the hidden secret to being a successful student. At this session we’ll be checking in on how you’re doing, sharing what campus resources are available and equipping you with tips on how to use them.