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This Free Virtual Event Is Perfect If You’ve Been Inspired To Pursue A New Career

It's never too late to make a change.
This Free Virtual Event Is Perfect If You’ve Been Inspired To Pursue A New Career

Not only is it a new year, but we've just made it through what has arguably been one of the most difficult years yet. Maybe you've changed jobs or work circumstances, or perhaps you've been out of employment for some time.

Whatever situation you find yourself in as 2021 kicks off, it could very well involve a desire to switch careers, find a new challenge, or change your life in some way. And that could involve going back to school, which can be pretty exciting!

Know that it's never too late, and you'll find that many people are in the same boat. If this sounds like you, you might be interested in the free online events hosted by QS this season that will have dozens of top grad schools in attendance. | Pexels

Happening online on February 9 (Ontario), February 11 (Quebec), and February 13 (British Columbia), the QS Virtual Connect Masters Events offer a unique opportunity to meet with multiple schools in one digital space, including local, regional, and even international institutions.

All of your questions and more will be answered during the events' virtual information sessions and seminars. Plus, you can get access to over $5.8 million USD in scholarships, which is super helpful. (Seriously, who couldn't use some financial assistance these days?)

Other perks include hooking you up with a virtual resume review to help put your best foot forward with employers, as well as connecting you with test-prep resources. 


The QS Virtual Connect Masters Events will provide you with an intimate opportunity to meet one-on-one with up to five master's programs during 25-minute meetings. Maybe there's a specific field of study or school you've had your eye on. This is your chance to ask questions and make an impression!

QS is also hosting its Canada-wide Virtual Grad School Fair, where you'll be able to meet with as many grad schools as you'd like at your own pace.

Happening online for all Canadians on February 9, the Virtual Grad School Fair is a great option to explore different programs and schools via a virtual platform versus the pre-booked personal meetings at the Connect Events.

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QS Virtual Connect Masters Events & Virtual Grad School Fair 2021

Price: Free


  • QS Virtual Connect Masters Events: February 9 from 3:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. ET (Ontario), February 11 from 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. ET (Quebec), and February 13 from 12 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. PT (B.C.)
  • QS Virtual Grad School Fair: February 9 from 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. ET (all of Canada)

Where: Register on the QS website

Why You Need To Go: If you're looking to make a career change, start exploring your grad school options by talking with representatives from top grad schools about their programs.

For more information on QS and their Virtual Grad School Events, visit their website. You can also check them out on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

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