2019-2020 Exchange Information Sessions

| October 7, 2019
Submitted by Alexis Maynard for Student Experience - Academic (BCom)

Are you interested in studying abroad while expanding your personal and professional horizons? Attend (or watch) a McMaster Exchange Program information session.

Learn about the McMaster Exchange Program including opportunities, eligibility, scholarships, and application directions.

Exchange Information Sessions:

  • Wednesday, October 30, (5 – 6 pm)
  • Wednesday, November 20, (5 – 6 pm)
  • Monday, January 13, (5 – 6 pm)

All sessions take place in Gilmour Hall 111 (across from the Student Success Centre)

To attend, you must RSVP on OSCARplus.

Visit the International Student Services website for more information about Exchange Information Sessions and webinars.

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3 thoughts on "2019-2020 Exchange Information Sessions"

  1. Kyle Leger says:

    How do you participate in the online seminar?

  2. Val says:

    Hello Kyle! You may participate by following this link to the recorded webinars: https://storiesfromabroad.mcmaster.ca/information-sessions/. This link also provides details about future dates for the Exchange Information Sessions.

  3. Alexander Kamenskiy says:

    Hi,

    I am attempting to register for the third and final Exchange Information Session happening on January 13th but it doesn’t appear in the list of “All Upcoming Events” on OscarPlus, is there a reason why I cannot find it/register for it?

    Also, I understand there is an online Exchange Information Session (mentioned in your previous response) but in order to apply to an exchange I would still need to attend one in person, correct?

    Thank you in advance, feel free to reply to my e-mail

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