Meet Danika, an MMI student at UTM
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I did my undergraduate degree at Western University in the medical Sciences program. I majored in biochemistry and mining and genetics, and now I'm currently at U of teeth doing my masters in management innovation, otherwise known as Emma. Siri's to tell you more about the University of Toronto and grad school in general. So the University of Toronto is consisting of three campuses ST George, Scarborough and Mississauga. My degree is held at the Mississauga campus, otherwise known as U. T. S. The campus is beautiful with new Windows buildings, but it's nice and quaint, so you don't get to lost. I chose to go to grad school to supplement my science undergrad because I thought that would be the best fit from. I chose U of T, not only for its amazing reputation as being the best university in Canada, but also because it has diverse and very unique master's programs. I was actually tourney about which one thio apply to it because they're so money. Major advantage of what I was looking for in Grad school was a smaller cohort of peers on ability to get closer with my professors and inability to network and drive my career forward. That's exactly what I've gotten so far. To get into the program, you need to submit a resume, a transcript, a statement of intent and then go through an interview process. The statement of intent basically says Why you are passionate about the program? Why do you think would be a benefit to your peers and to your team? Yet for help on my application, I reached out to mm i ambassadors, which was a few students from the enemy program from last year. I help answer any questions I had about the program and gave me advice on how to apply. I think that admissions officers are looking for you to be well researched in the school and in the program, and to be career driven and have goals for what you do in the future. That doesn't mean that you have to stick to these goals and that you have to know exactly how your life will turn out. To have these ambitions shows that you would be a good fit at u of T. Um, I also believe that it's important to show that you are coachable, showing that you're willing to learn, and it are excited for the opportunity to use. Some advice I would give to prospective grad school students is that it's unlike undergrad, where you focus mostly on your academics. You focus more on your career development and kind of discovering your strengths and weaknesses and working on your strengths and kind of building a brand for yourself for application advice, I would say to focus most on your statement of intent, making sure that it is well written and that you put a lot of effort into it. It's sincere if you are well researched and have no what you want to do with your career. This will be evident on your statement of intent as well as in your interview. In general, do a lot of research of different schools and different programs and find what would be the best academic fit for you as well as lifestyle.