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$20 and lunch for international graduate student focus groups

January 15, 2016
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Want to earn a $20 gift card for the store of your choice and get a free lunch? The Office of Graduate Studies and Postdoctoral Fellows invites international graduate students to participate in a focus group where we will be talking about what it is like to apply for graduate school at SFU. 

These sessions are focused on specific countries and open only to students from those countries (at this time we not including Visiting Research Students, exchange students or MDM students). For times and registration links see below:

Country: Iran
Where: MBC 1500, Burnaby Campus
Friday, January 22, 2:30–3:30 pm
OR Tuesday, Jan 26, 10–11 am
To register click here

Country: US
Where: MBC 1500, Burnaby Campus
Thursday January 21, 4–5 pm
OR Wednesday Jan 27, 1:15–2:15 pm
 
Country: India
Where: MBC 1500, Burnaby Campus
Monday, January 25, 12 noon–1 pm
OR Thursday, January 28, 11 am–12 noon
 

Country: China
Where: MBC 1500, Burnaby Campus
Tuesday, January 26, 12 noon–1 pm
OR Friday, January 22, 10–11 am

To register click here

Region: Latin America
Where: MBC 1500, Burnaby Campus
Wednesday, January 20, 12 noon–1 pm

OR Thursday, January 28, 2–3 pm
To register click here

If you are an international student and would like to share your experiences with our project but are not represented by any of the groups listed above, please feel free to contact Jackie Amsden at jamsden@sfu.ca

 

dJennifer Polk helps PhDs launch meaningful careers, during and after graduate school. Jen speaks and writes on issues related to graduate education and career outcomes for doctoral-degree holders. Find her online at FromPhDtoLife.com, and at her award-winning University Affairs blog. Jen earned her PhD from the University of Toronto.

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Jennifer Polk helps PhDs launch meaningful careers, during and after graduate school. Jen speaks and writes on issues related to graduate education and career outcomes for doctoral-degree holders. Find her online at FromPhDtoLife.com, and at her award-winning University Affairs blog. Jen earned her PhD from the University of Toronto.

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