The annual International Graduate Reception held on June 6 presented opportunities for international alumni to share their Humber success stories, mingle, and record their favourite Humber memory on video.
This November, Dalyce Newby, International Student Advisor in the International Centre and Nassime Yahyaei, Immigration Advisor from the University of Toronto, will be presenting “Reading Between the Lines: Controversial Immigration Advising Cases” at the Canadian Bureau for International Education Annual Conference.
Drop by the International Centre and speak to our student ambassadors at the front desk; they will answer any questions you may have.
In the spirit of diversity and inclusion, we provide the following Multifaith Holy Days & Festivals realizing that it is not exhaustive.
The International Centre is always looking for new ways to connect to international students to improve your Humber experience. Our Student Ambassadors play an important role in all of the International Centre’s activities. They also share their experiences, stories, and tips about Humber and living in Toronto to other international students.
Get to know our Students Ambassadors and interact with them!
A Co-Op Work Permit is required before you begin any work that is a part of your program at Humber.
Congratulations to all of our Students who are in their final semester of study! Before we say farewell, here is some important information for you.
So you have authorization to work, your next step is to apply for a SIN.