Guide To Ace Your Final Exams

Final exams can be a nightmare for many students as they can cause extreme stress. It is common for students to get frazzled during the final exam period, considering finals are the most challenging and are worth a large portion of their grade. Do you tend to feel burnout around the final exams time? I…

Benefits of building a routine in times of uncertainty

As a fourth-year student close to graduation, I decided to look back at how my student life was affected by the Covid-19 pandemic and subsequent lockdowns. I never thought that I would have to do my final year, one of the most difficult, virtually. I must mention that it feels like a packed and stressful…

My Experience as an Academic Peer Helper

As I approached the end of my first year at the Ted Rogers School of Management, I was actively looking for a summer job, particularly something where I would have the opportunity to develop new skills. I had previously worked as a Student Ambassador/Campus Tour Guide at Ryerson and since I really enjoyed that experience,…

My Experience as a Peer Coach

Entering my third year of university (second year online), I had made it a goal of mine to try and support those who were struggling adjusting to the online environment. It isn’t for everyone, and in my opinion, poses more stress and challenges than studying in person. Being in a classroom filled with other peers…

How to Ace Managerial Finance I & II

As students, we may have different learning styles to absorb new information and apply it to real-world situations. Have you ever considered the best environment for the most efficient studying session? Throughout this blog post, I will use the example of FIN300 & 401 courses and introduce you to some tips to ace these classes….

Balancing Two Time Zones at Once

This past year has brought immense change in all of our lives. We’ve all had to get used to a new normal that has taken us by surprise. For international students like me, this means having to live thousands of miles away from Canada. Here is my experience as an international student studying with a…

Giving back to help the community

I have always found a sense of peace and satisfaction in helping others. I believe that much of my commitment to my community and this country stems from my grandparents. I am the grandchild of a Holocaust survivor on my maternal side, who came to Canada with nothing but the clothes on his back. He…

Milad Moghaddas’ journey from the Ted Rogers School to Columbia University

Ted Rogers School of Management Entrepreneurship & Strategy student Milad Moghaddas will be graduating soon and heading off to Columbia University in New York to pursue his  Master of Science in Strategic Communication degree in the Fall. His path to the Ivy League school wasn’t always an easy one, however. As a first-generation university student,…

Students gain valuable experience at Law & Business Clinic

The Law & Business Clinic at the Ted Rogers School of Management provides free legal services in a variety of business law matters to entrepreneurs and small businesses that cannot afford to retain a lawyer. It also offers third and fourth year students majoring in Law and Business the opportunity to develop essential skills and gain…

How to Incorporate Equity, Diversity and Inclusion into your Daily Life

This article was written by Peer Academic Coach Michelle Ajobena (she/her, fourth-year Global Management Co-op student), and Academic Peer Helpers Eric Rajaratnam (he/him, second-year Economics & Management Sciences major), Anuj Agarwal (he/him, fifth-year Entrepreneurship student, with a minor in Marketing) and Muhammad Siddiqui (he/him, fourth-year Human Resources major). The Academic Success Centre’s student staff participated…

Final Thought for the “Teach Yourself How to Learn” Weekly Series

This Blog Post is by Monie Chan (she/her), a fifth-year Business Technology Management co-op student pursuing a minor in eBusiness and Peer Academic Coach at the Ted Rogers School of Management’s Academic Success Centre (ASC), and Nina Sulkin (they/them), a Student Success Facilitator with ASC and Ted Rogers School graduate (Bcomm – Human Resources Management,…

How to Maintain Academic Integrity in the Online Environment

The topic of Academic Integrity and Misconduct comes up in class every time there is an upcoming assignment or a test. We usually don’t intend to cheat, but when there is an opportunity, sometimes it is hard to resist. Here are some of my tips to prevent ourselves from cheating in class. Make sure you…