International Career Days
Now through December 7

Opportunities are like doors, waiting to be opened.

Find your door at St. Lawrence College.

International career days

International Career Days will offer live panels of current students and alumni to share their experiences and answer your questions. Each panel is scheduled to suit international time zones and focus on some of the most popular Areas of Study in those regions. International Career Days will offer prospective students the opportunity to learn about the pathways that St. Lawrence College offers during and post-graduation. You will learn about potential careers, job opportunities in Canada and hear from our Career Services team. 

Register here for these events, we can't wait to meet you!

Wednesday November 24: Europe, CIS, Middle East and Africa, Business

Thursday November 25: Europe, CIS, Middle East and Africa, Health Sciences

Saturday November 27: USA, Central & South America, Business (Marketing)

Sunday November 28: USA, Central & South America, Computer Science

Wednesday December 1: China, South Asia, Vietnam & Korea, ECE/Community Services

Thursday December 2nd: China, South Asia, Vietnam & Korea, Business

Saturday December 4th: USA, Central & South America, Applied Arts

Monday December 6th: China, South Asia, Vietnam & Korea, IEOP

Tuesday December 7th: USA, Central & South America, IEOP

Experience SLC

"I am a first-generation student who decided to attend SLC after completing my Bachelor’s Degree because of the work placement option for the Computer Programming & Analysis program. I wanted to learn practical skills in a setting that would set me up for the real world."
Karman Wong - I&IT Business Analyst (Ministry of Education)
"Joining CJS, I was very nervous and did not know a lot of people. After meeting with the faculty and fellow classmates, we were constantly reminded of the resources and assistances that SLC has to offer. In the bigger picture, the faculty of CJS have been wonderful mentors and have always helped me whenever needed. Use these supports, they are always willing to help."
Michael Jasmin - Community & Justice Studies
" The final semester's project shows you the tools you will be working on in a studio. It tries to mimic the code submission/testing process by assigning different roles to everyone like programmer, designer, lead programmer, producer, builds specialist, each with their responsibilities."
Yash Kaushik - Game Programming (Tools Support Specialist, Ubisoft Toronto)
"We were able to work with several clients and have real hands-on experience working in the marketing industry. Everyone was very supportive of people's individual goals and aspirations and helped us to work towards those. DMC allowed me to feel confident and comfortable entering the world of marketing!"
Sarah McCurdy - Digital Marketing Communications

360 Degree Virtual Campus Tours

Get ready to tour our campuses from the comfort of your own home. Stroll through the hallways, check out the state-of-the-art student labs and classrooms, and get a glimpse of all the resources that are ready to provide you with an excellent learning experience at SLC