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December 2022 edition

Volume 1

November 30, 2022

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Undergrad Office News


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Important Dates

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December 1 | Spring convocation applications open in SOLUS

December 5 | Fall term classes end

December 8 | Fall term Final Exam period begins | Fall Term ECON exam schedule | Exam regulations

Reading Room Guidelines

Looking for a space to study for Finals?

General HousekeepingGeneral Department Housekeeping for using the Reading Room:

  • Please keep the area clean
  • Please tidy the space after yourself
  • Please place garbage in the bins in the hallway
  • Please do not leave chewing gum on the table or chairs

Thank you!

Opportunities for Upcoming Graduates

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We’re hiring!

 We are looking for recent and upcoming graduates (Spring 2023) with a Bachelor’s Degree with a focus on accounting, business administration, commerce, project management, economics, finance, law or in public administration. For more information on this listing, click here.

As Canada’s one of the Best Diversity employers, we encourage interested recent graduates to send their CVs along with a cover letter indicating their interest in the job, their availability, their relevant education/experience as well as their transcript to SIF staffing team at by December 12th, 2022.

Graduate Studies Information sessions

Interested in an MA program to further your studies after graduation?

McMaster Info sessionProfessor Alok Johri, Chair of Graduate Studies in the Department of Economics at McMaster University, will host the event and provide detailed information about the various programs offered; what the entry requirements are and how the application process works. All students are encouraged to participate in this event. 

On Wednesday, November 30th, 6:00 p.m. EST, please scan the code below to join the Zoom Live Meeting or click on this meeting link.

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The Economics Department at Toronto Metropolitan University will hold an online open house for their graduate programs (MA program in International Economics and Finance and PhD program in Economics). Information on admission requirements, curriculum and funding will be presented followed by a Q&R session. TMU logo

Date: Wednesday, December 7, 2022
Time: 4pm-5pm

Please RSVP hereThe Zoom link will be emailed to all who rsvp.

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Are you interested in a career in the finance industry?

The Masters of Financial Economics (MFE) program at Western University is now accepting applications!

The MFE is a 16-month graduate program that combines courses from the Ivey Business School, Economics Department, Department of Statistical and Actuarial Sciences, and the Faculty of Law. The program is designed to develop finance and quantitative skills and internship experience that is needed for roles in, for example: capital markets, strategy, risk management, treasury, infrastructure, private debt, sales and trading. Admission information poster.

To learn more, please visit the website.

Have questions about your degree requirements?

Accessing AARUnderstand and interpret your Academic Progress, available through SOLUS. The Academic Progress report is designed to give you advice on what courses you will need to take to complete your degree, as well as warn you if you have broken any of the various rules that govern which courses may be used in a particular degree program. For more information, click here.

Still unsure? Contact: and please include your student number in all correspondence.

Important University Information

Help Support a Harassment and Discrimination-Free Campus
Learn about the university’s Harassment and Discrimination Policy's complaint and reporting procedures, including how to complete an anonymous submission, how to help a friend, and student-focused education and training opportunities.

Sexual Violence Prevention & Response

The Sexual Violence Prevention and Response Service (SVPRS) is the central point of contact for students impacted by sexual violence and for prevention initiatives. Announcing the launch of VESTA for Campus – it gives survivors additional options for recording and reporting their experiences of sexual violence.

Building Community Together

Part of being a responsible citizen of Kington is gathering safely, respectfully, and without breaking the law. Gather safely by avoiding fines, court, and/or non-academic sanctions under the Queen’s Code of Conduct.

Need support, but not sure who to contact?

Email to get started. Units across Student Affairs offer programming, advising, events, and more.

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For additional news and events: December 2022 volume 1