THE Student Festival: Canada

27-28 October 2021 | Virtual Event | Free to attend

THE Student Festival: CA

27-28 October 2021 | Virtual Event | Free to attend

If you are thinking of studying in Canada, this is a must attend event. Take virtual campus tours, meet with university representatives from 30 top rated universities, get practical advice on application, admissions and funding and be inspired by world-class speakers!

Speakers include

Featured Universities

Partners

Kehkashan Basu

Founder, Green Hope Foundation

In 2012, when she was 12 years old, Dubai-born Basu founded the Green Hope Foundation in Toronto, where she lives. The all-volunteer nonprofit has worked with 100,000 young people in 16 countries including India, the UAE and Liberia. Green Hope's goal is to teach and implement the UN's sustainable development goals through events and grassroots action like tree planting. A student at the University of Toronto, she is also a UN Human Rights Champion and a National Geographic Young Explorer.

Kehkashan Basu

Founder, Green Hope Foundation

In 2012, when she was 12 years old, Dubai-born Basu founded the Green Hope Foundation in Toronto, where she lives. The all-volunteer nonprofit has worked with 100,000 young people in 16 countries including India, the UAE and Liberia. Green Hope's goal is to teach and implement the UN's sustainable development goals through events and grassroots action like tree planting. A student at the University of Toronto, she is also a UN Human Rights Champion and a National Geographic Young Explorer.

Meric Gertler

President, University of Toronto

Professor Gertler began his term as the 16th President of the University of Toronto on November 1, 2013. Prior to that, he served as Dean of Arts & Science from 2008 to 2013, where he championed many important innovations in undergraduate teaching and learning. He is Professor of Geography and Planning, the Goldring Chair in Canadian Studies, and a member of the Innovation Policy Lab at the Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy.

Meric Gertler

President, University of Toronto

Professor Gertler began his term as the 16th President of the University of Toronto on November 1, 2013. Prior to that, he served as Dean of Arts & Science from 2008 to 2013, where he championed many important innovations in undergraduate teaching and learning. He is Professor of Geography and Planning, the Goldring Chair in Canadian Studies, and a member of the Innovation Policy Lab at the Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy.