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Yorkville’s Master’s Recognized by TQS

Yorkville University’s master’s degree programs now meet the category upgrade qualifications for the Teacher Qualification Service, Daren Hancott Yorkville University’s Campus Principal in British Columbia (BC) explained. Find out what that means here.

The Year in Review: From the YU Registrar’s Team

The Year in Review: From the YU Registrar’s Team

With new programs, new staff and the largest convocation ceremony on record, 2015 was a banner year for the Registrar's Office at Yorkville University. Read all about the past year and also what's in store for 2016 in this guest blog from the Office of the Registrar.

Smarthinking: YU Piloting a Tutoring Service

Smarthinking: YU Piloting a Tutoring Service

Yorkville University is piloting a 24/7 tutoring service called “Smarthinking”. Find out the details and how you can access this free service here.

Kayla BreeLove Carter’s YU Story

Kayla BreeLove Carter’s YU Story

At just 26 years old, Yorkville University Master of Arts in Counselling Psychology (MACP) alumna, Kayla BreeLove Carter is already making her mark on the world as a Registered Clinical Counsellor, an entrepreneur and a “Woman of Distinction”.

Practicing Verbal Judo: The Art of Adaptive Language

Practicing Verbal Judo: The Art of Adaptive Language

Even in our connected society of mobile devices, Skype, and email, we are mostly unprepared for the variety of conflict and tension that is possible in our daily use of language. In this guest blog, YU Librarian Paul Graham discusses the art of Verbal Judo and how it can help in our dealings with others.

Yorkville’s Dean of the Faculty of Education Presents at International Conference

Yorkville’s Dean of the Faculty of Education Presents at International Conference

Yorkville University's Dean of the Faculty of Education, Dr. Rita Kop, recently attended an international conference on Massive Open Online Courses in Naples and Capri in Italy. The conference was organized by Naples University Federico II under the title: “Where are MOOCs going: the future of distance learning".

Yorkville University Brings its Bachelor of Business Administration to British Columbia

Yorkville University Brings its Bachelor of Business Administration to British Columbia

Yorkville University is delighted to announce it has received consent to operate in British Columbia and offer focused business programs, designed to directly support the economy there. “We are excited about being part of B.C.’s post-secondary education sector and contributing to the province’s bright economic future,” said Dr. Rick Davey, President of Yorkville University.

Secrets of School / Life Balance From One Bachelor of Business Administration Grad

Secrets of School / Life Balance From One Bachelor of Business Administration Grad

Yorkville University’s Bachelor of Business Administration Degree can be rigorous and require a great deal of time and thoughtful work, but graduate Andy Yim found his stride in the program, was able to successfully complete it while maintaining his hobbies and has since been promoted at work.

Yorkville University and Academy Canada Team Up To Offer Students a Business Degree

Yorkville University and Academy Canada Team Up To Offer Students a Business Degree

Yorkville University is making it easier for graduates of Academy Canada Career College to leverage their education into a Bachelor of Business Administration. Yorkville University has entered into collaboration with Academy Canada Career College, whereby students who have graduated from a qualified program are eligible to transfer credits towards their Bachelor of Business Administration offered online through Yorkville University.  

How Do We Motivate For Our Day of Labours? Through History! Guest Blog By Paul Graham

How Do We Motivate For Our Day of Labours? Through History! Guest Blog By Paul Graham

In this Guest Blog, Paul Graham, the head librarian for Yorkville University, discusses how a look at our history can keep us motivated in our day-to-day.