Tag: Student Tips

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Job Search Tips for 4th Year Students

The final year of university can be a rollercoaster of emotions. You’re happy to be graduating, but sad to leave and anxious to know if you’ll find your dream job when you enter the “real world.” Trust me, as a fellow fourth year student, I know how you feel! With just over a month of…

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How to Maximize Your Online Profile

For our latest #BizHubChat, we tackled a subject that's becoming increasingly relevant for job seekers of all career stages and skill levels: online profiles. By now we all know it's important to maintain an online presence and personal brand, but how do you make sure you're maximizing your online potential? For this edition of the…

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How to Manage Your Time Effectively

Time management and productivity can be some of the hardest tasks we face as university students. Beyond just going to class, we're also expected to have jobs, look for internships, participate in extracurricular activities, and still manage to maintain social lives. It gets difficult, and it can be overwhelming. As someone who has completed both a diploma…

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It’s Course Intentions Week!

Did you know that participation in the Course Intentions Process is now mandatory for full-time TRSM students who plan to continue their studies in Fall 2016 and Winter 2017? Course Intentions is the process where you indicate the courses you wish to take in the upcoming academic year via RAMSS. The Course Intentions process always…

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10 Tips: How to Start a Business While You’re Still a Student

Do you want to launch your own business while working towards your degree? It may seem daunting, but it's not impossible! Melissa Spadafora, a fourth-year Entrepreneurship and Strategy student at TRSM, recently launched mybumper along with three TRSM graduates. Mybumper is an affordable detachable battery case for the iPhone that has already caught the attention…

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Six Empowering Songs to Get You through Mid-terms!

Reading Week is over and it’s back to reality, which for many of us means mid-terms, assignments and other obligations. It can get pretty overwhelming, but when you’re feeling down and out of it, sometimes all you need is to listen to some empowering songs to get you feeling amazing again and escape your troubles.…

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How to Land the Perfect Co-Op Job Placement

Are you currently in the co-operative education program or thinking of joining TRSM’s successful co-op community? Want to know how to land the perfect co-op placement related to your field of study, industry and career aspirations? Well, you’ve come to the right place. My name is Sonya Kawall (@skawall_) and I’m a full-time Accounting co-op…

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How Do You Manage a Full Course Load?

When I was entering my final year at TRSM, I planned my course schedules in advance to ensure that I would be able to graduate on time this upcoming spring. However, when going through the requirements to graduate, I realized I would need to take six courses in order to graduate on time. Yes, I…

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5 Tips for Making the Most of Your Reading Week

What are your plans for Reading Week? Escaping the Canadian winter for a fun trip down south with your friends? Catching up on movies you haven’t seen yet? Resist the urge to check out of school mode, and use this time to get yourself organized so you can stay on top of your studies, says…

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