come to talk to us, it’s about their engineering programmes or science programmes, so I’m really excited to find out about their business programmes and to investigate if there are actually good business programmes at Canadian colleges,” she told Youthlink.
Eighteen-year-old upper-sixthformer Kemald Dunkley, from Jamaica College, who dreams of becoming a psychologist, shared his particular interest.
“I’ve been driving towards Canada for a while now, and to actually see universities here that I’ve sort of pinned gave me a different feeling that my dreams can come true. They’re right here. I can interact and everything. There were even science-oriented schools, technical schools – a good mix.”
In the end, it was clear that students left feeling reaffirmed about their future and able to make a more informed decision about just what to do after high school.