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5 Ways an Online MBA Can Help You Take Charge of Your Career

Plus: Everything you need to know about the University of Fredericton’s highly sought-after program
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Introducing the 2024 3M National Teaching Fellowship Award Winners

Meet the university and college educators who, through leadership and dedication to teaching, are making a difference.
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The Year Ahead: Our Guide To 2024

Our annual look at what’s coming your way this year
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"Financially, it would be catastrophic": A university principal on Quebec’s tuition hikes

Sébastien Lebel-Grenier, principal and vice-chancellor at Bishop’s University, says that Bishop’s could lose 90 per cent of its out-of-province students—forcing the university to slash a quarter of its budget
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Why a college degree matters right now

Canada relies on colleges to train the workforce of the future. The Maclean’s Ultimate Guide to Canadian Colleges provides a roadmap for the students of tomorrow.
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Big Idea: Teach kids about misinformation 

With the rampant spread of fake news and conspiracy theories, Canadian students would benefit from extra lessons in BS detection.
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The Maclean’s University Guidebook is here to help

Introducing the ultimate guide on how to navigate the application process and get into the best school for you
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What universities really think about your application

We asked admissions officers from three top schools to talk about how they’re choosing this year’s class of students 
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What I spent last month as a Canadian university student

The price of an undergrad degree has never been higher. Here, three university students describe their typical after-tuition expenses, in their own words.
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My students are using ChatGPT to write papers and exams—and I support it

“It made no sense to ban ChatGPT within the university. It was already being used by 100 million people.”