Universities are central to Canada’s economic growth. As a result, governments (which partially fund them), employers (who hire graduates) and students (who pay tuition fees) have come to view universities as a tool to achieve their own goals: economic growth, a productive workforce and good jobs after graduation. Yet, the increasing focus on training undergraduates for specific jobs or […]… Learn more.
It was once thought physical labour jobs would be the most at risk from the rise of artificial intelligence. But recent advances suggest we can expect disruption across a vast range of sectors, including knowledge-… Learn more.
The looming recession climate is causing concerns over skyrocketing student debt. On top of a deeply unaffordable housing market, these factors call for universities to be more relevant in terms of preparing studen… Learn more.
So, you’re holding the cherished college degree in your hands and the student loan checks in your pocket. There is a bright future ahead, and the dream career is already waiting for you. However, you still haven’t fo… Learn more.