Every year, thousands of immigrants move to Canada with the hope of securing a better life for themselves and their families. Highly qualified professionals come here from all over the world, often leaving prestigious jobs, but hoping to at least resume where they left off.
Business Admin student involved in everything from local CafeWars to outwitting tigers in rural India
We really want all the students to make the best of their time in Canada and we also want them to take advantage of the opportunities available to them. We are looking forward to seeing massive engagement and doing the best we can to help them with their needs.
The Humber International Student Services Team organized orientation sessions for new international students last Friday, January 8. The welcoming events took place both at Humber’s North and Lakeshore Campuses and more than 400 students attended in order to learn more about Humber College and the services offered to students.
Humber College has proven once again that I made the right choice studying here! International Education Week is an amazing eventful week organized by the International Centre. During the week, students get a chance to portray their heritage, culture and tradition through creative means.
Rob Gemmell grew up on a berry farm in Stirling, Ont., watching his father fix or create whatever equipment he needed with whatever materials he had. It was a childhood that stoked his own passion for industrial design. (He once built an insulated dog house for the family pet, complete with a Plexiglas room with a view.)
From November 16-20, Humber’s International Centre will be celebrating International Education Week (IEW). We will showcase many different cultures that Humber embraces through our student population, international mobility programs, and international partnerships.
Adam Jönsson has been with Smashdig since May 2015. He grew up in Sweden but has both worked in and studied journalism in New Zealand and Canada.
This spring he left Humber College in Canada as the top student of his class and with a bachelor’s degree in digital journalism. During his time in Canada, Adam Jönsson worked as the student editor-in-chief for the media news site J-Sources where he helped to set up the company’s foreign desk.