Academic Pathways

The Academic Pathways team provides a number of services to help students to continue their education at Seneca or other institutions, including research and application assistance, information sessions, advisement appointments, and on-campus events. 

Success Beyond

?Ramla Anwar Ali

Read about Ramla Anwar Ali who chose to pathway from Seneca’s Global Hospitality Business Development graduate certificate program to the Master’s in Business Administration (MBA) in Global Hospitality Business Development program with International Management Institute Switzerland Ltd.

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Feature Friday

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Seneca students are invited to attend the following event on Feb. 24 and Feb. 25, hosted by one of our pathway partners: Royal Roads University is hosting their first annual Conference on Communication Ethics. This free two-day conference will connect you with students, university faculty and professional communication practitioners in an event that aims to challenge, clarify and expand our ethical capacities as communicators. Register and view the conference schedule. When you register, you can join the full conference schedule or tune in to the session(s) of your choice. All times shown are Pacific Standard Time.

What’s Happening

What Happening

Virtual events are taking place this week from the following partners:

  • University of Guelph Transfer Webinar
  • Trent University – Virtual Session
  • Trent University – Open House

Want to learn more about these institutions? Visit our events calendar for further information.




 

#1

Ontario college in transfer pathways

46%

of Seneca students plan to obtain an additional credential after graduating from their program

1,000+

unique program-to-program pathways for Seneca students

60+

transfer partner institutions in the Greater Toronto Area, Canada and beyond


20,000+

students in the last 15 years have transferred between York University and Seneca


6,000+

Seneca students each year use the services of the Academic Pathways team


32%

of students who come to Seneca, have previous postsecondary education


3,000+

unique inbound pathways to Seneca programs