Pathways Fair offering students opportunities

Considering a degree or another credential after you finish your Fanshawe program? Meet representatives from Fanshawe's recruitment team and our Canadian and International Partner Schools. Jan. 31, Feb. 1, Feb.2 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. CREDIT: COURTESY OF KRISTEN YOUNG
Many students visit the Pathways Fair and come out with various options they didn't know existed.

Fanshawe’s Pathways Fair is returning once again. The annual fair offers students the opportunity to meet with partner institutions from all around the world to explore additional post-secondary education upon graduation from Fanshawe. Students have the chance to discuss in person in the three-day event.

“Students will hear from the institutional partners face to face and talk out their educational plans with an expert,” said Kristen Young, Pathways Coordinator. “They can discuss everything from academic pathways, to financial assistance, to extra-curricular activities, to job potentials. Students can discuss scholarship opportunities and there are door prizes every day for attendees.”

Students can visit partners from the United Kingdom and Europe on Jan. 31 at Fanshawe’s main campus from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Representatives will also be at the downtown campus on Dundas St. from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.

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On Feb. 1 and 2, Canadian colleges and Fanshawe representatives will be available to chat with.

“Fanshawe has over 700 pathway opportunities for graduates to continue their education. If they want to stay a Falcon and continue with another Fanshawe program, they can. If they want to bridge into a Canadian or American university, we have pathways to do so. And if they want to explore the world, we have many international partners to offer advanced credit to our graduates.”

For students who would like to participate but aren’t able to make it in person, there is a Pathways Hub to view all the information you need.

“The opportunities are really endless and the Fair is a great way for students to talk this process out with our partners. Education is a life-long experience and many of our students wish to continue their education for years to come. It’s important they know how many exciting options a Fanshawe program can give them.”

Registration is not required for this year’s Pathways Fair. Students can drop by the building B and T entrance within the time frames to participate. At the downtown campus, the fair will be held on the second floor.