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  • Celebrating International Women's Day

    On March 8th, the world celebrates International Women’s Day. Here, at the School of Computer Science, we are always working towards creating opportunities for young women in our programs and we want to continue to showcase strong work and commitment from some of our students in Bachelor of Computing. 

  • As the second month of 2021 brings together individuals to celebrate diversity through Black History Month, the School of Computer Science reflects on the need for greater diversity in technology and science. 

  • Among various prestigious graduate scholarship programs also exists the Ontario Graduate Scholarship. OGS recognizes individuals with academic excellence in graduate school at the levels of masters and post-doctoral.

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    Calling all international students! Take a look and learn more about Graduate School here at SoCS and find out what it could mean to you.

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