Saint Patrick’s Day to many is just a day to celebrate leprechauns and beer, right?
Planning to Stay in Canada after Graduation? Do you have #PermanentResidencyGoals?
February, our shortest month on the calendar, has come and is nearly gone, gearing us all up for the spring sounds that March *may* bring!
In an afternoon session at North campus, outbound Humber Culinary and Baking and Pastry students took part in a Study Abroad pre-departure workshop to discuss their hopes, academic and professional aspirations and hesitations about the trip they are about to make to study at the International School of Hospitality at the Florence University of the Arts in Florence, Italy, later in the semester.
New entry requirement now in effect: visa-exempt foreign nationals who fly to or transit through Canada need an Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA).
Last week Humber celebrated International Development Week 2017, a cross-Canada initiative in conjunction with the Government of Canada, with celebrations and outstanding programming put on by the Humber International Development Institute.
Late last week Drew Ness, Dean of International, along with members of the Humber International Scholarship Selection Committee, gathered to meet, mingle and celebrate with international scholarship recipients over a dinner in The Humber Room.
The Humber International Development Institute - a new arm of your Humber International Centre - is thrilled to announce that Ravi Karkara, Senior Advisor on Strategic Partnerships and Advocacy to the Assistant Secretary General and Deputy Executive Director UN Women, will be coming to Humber Lakeshore Campus to deliver the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals youth training, offered free to Humber students!
Humber College would like to wish all of our students a Happy Lunar New Year! Be sure to enjoy some of the festivities taking place across the GTA.
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