Meet Faye from University of Toronto Mississauga
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My name is Bai, and in this video I'm going to share a little bit of information about myself, why I chose my program and some application to fight. I grew up in a city called Very Ontario, which is just about an hour away from Toronto, And I did my undergraduate studies in biology and now a master student at the University of Toronto in the master of Management of Innovation program. So I know that the super long word to say so from now on, I'll just refer to it at the end of my program. The ST George campus, which is located in downtown Toronto, Scarborough Campus and the Mississauga campus. The MM I program is based out of the Mississauga campus, which is a super beautiful in quaint campus. You won't get lost, so why did I choose the University of Toronto as my home from the next year? Well, after my undergraduate studies, I knew that I wanted to stay close to home, and I also knew that I wanted to go to university. So after I figured out that I wanted to go to the University of Toronto, I went on their website and eyebrows through all the master programs that they offer, which is a lot. The end of my program was really the only one that stuck out to me, and I really liked how it was geared toward science or engineering students and how it really call these students to leverage their science background with the business mindset. You need to submit a cover letter resume and your transcript. So the cover letter is talking about your skills and why you feel you're qualified to be in the program and your resume is a little story, including all of your experiences. I think what admissions officers air really looking forward in the applicants is that they show strong leadership skills and also press appearance. It's delivered over the course of just one year, so eight months of courses and then four months of internship. So in order to really see succeed in this program, you need to really stick it out and be committed thio everything that you're doing. If I were to go back in time and give my applicant younger self some advice, it would be Thio. I mean, a big part of the Emmy program is networking in order to secure your internship for the summer. If you already practicing your networking skills given before you get into the program, that's super good. So what I would suggest to do is to reach out to other people who have been in this program, talk to them about how they feel their experience. When I would reach out to emissions, I would reach out to the program directors, just anybody who has any experience with this program. It would be very beneficial to you to reach out to them and to learn more about it. I hope it was informative and feel free to connect with me anytime.