Open Doors

Big ideas for better business

From November 8 to 16, 2014 universities across Canada will open their doors to the community as part of a national university open house to showcase the important partnerships that benefit us all.

This year’s theme is Big Ideas for Better Business, with a focus on universities partnering with small- and medium-sized businesses to help them innovate and succeed, while also preparing students for today’s labour market.

Upcoming events

Past events

October 14, 2014
University of British Columbia
Big Ideas for Better Business at UBC Okanagan
Deborah Buszard, Deputy Vice-Chancellor and Principal of the University of British Columbia's Okanagan campus in Kelowna, BC, cordially invites you to attend Open Doors, Open Knowledge at the UBC Okanagan campus on October 14, 2014 Open Doors will showcase innovative research and novel technologies under development at UBC in collaboration with industry and communities. Who: Researchers, industry partners and students showcasing innovative projects & technologies. What: Demonstrations of innovations to survive and thrive in challenging situations:
  • Exhibits of specialized equipment, novel technologies and research projects
  • Panel discussion with industry/research team developing new protective equipment
  • Tours of laboratories
  • Catered networking event with business community
Where: Engineering Management & Education Building (EME), UBC’s Okanagan Campus (map). When: October 14, 2014 from 11:00am to 1:30pm
October 31, 2014
Carleton University
Big Ideas for Better Business - Carleton helps launch Open Doors, Open Knowledge 2014
Carleton University officially launches AUCC’s national Open Doors, Open Knowledge 2014 with a breakfast event co-hosted by Paul Davidson, President of AUCC, Perrin Beatty, President and CEO of the Canadian Chamber of Commerce, and Roseann O’Reilly Runte, President and Vice-Chancellor of Carleton University.

An opening breakfast will be followed by a panel of Carleton’s top student and faculty entrepreneurs who will showcase the impact of partnerships with small- and medium-sized businesses.

When: Friday, October 31, 2014 7:30-9:00 a.m.

Where: River Building, 2nd floor Atrium, Carleton University

For more information

February 28, 2015
McGill University
McGill Innovation Week
Between November 3-7, McGill’s inquisitive spirit will be on display during a week-long celebration of innovation and creativity. Join us for a series of events showcasing McGill’s engagement in the community, talks and exchanges on big ideas, and find out more about the Quartier de l’innovation’s future as an incubator of urban innovation in Montreal’s burgeoning southwest area. More information
February 28, 2015
L'Université McGill
Semaine de l'innovation de l'Université McGill
Du 3 au 7 novembre, l’esprit d’investigation et de curiosité de McGill sera mis de l’avant à l’occasion d’une semaine de célébrations entourant l’innovation et la créativité. Soyez des nôtres pour une série d’événements mettant en valeur l’engagement de l’Université au sein de la collectivité et des discussions et des échanges sur les grandes idées du moment. Venez découvrir ce que réserve l’avenir du Quartier de l’innovation en tant qu’incubateur d’innovation urbaine dans un quartier en plein essor : le sud-ouest de Montréal. Pour en savoir plus
November 8, 2014
Brescia University College
Fall Preview Day at Brescia University College
At Brescia's Fall Preview Day, prospective students, parents and others in the community will learn more about the Brescia experience, get their questions answered and have a chance to network with current students, faculty and staff. Interactive program seminars will be held and displays will showcase Brescia programs across academic divisions, including Social Sciences, Sociology and Family Studies, Arts and Humanities, Food and Nutritional Sciences, Management and Organizational Studies, and Leadership programs. Faculty and student research will also be featured. Stay up to date    
November 8, 2014
King's University College
Parachute into King’s to learn about our business program
King’s University College at Western is hosting their Fall Welcome Day on Saturday, November 8th from 1:00-3:30pm. King’s Fall Welcome Day provides a comprehensive overview of King’s academic programs, services and clubs. Prospective students will have the opportunity to meet with staff, faculty and upper-year students, as well as observe mini-lectures to get a taste of the King’s experience! The day concludes with a tour of the campus, conducted by a King’s student tour guide.

To incorporate this year’s AUCC theme, Big Ideas for Better Business, we have invited current students in our Management and Organizational Studies program to discuss their experiences in their internships and the innovative Global Business Opportunities program.

King’s alumnus, Michael Potter ’12 (Political Science), will be there to share the story of his new business venture, Parachute Coffee, with the Welcome Day guests.

We hope to see you there!

For more information

November 9, 2014
École Polytechnique de Montréal
Journée "Portes ouvertes"
Grandes idées, bonnes affaires!

Avec 98 % de l’activité aérospatiale québécoise concentrée dans le Grand Montréal, la région figure parmi les plus grands centres aérospatiaux du monde, avec Seattle et Toulouse.  Depuis plus de 10 ans, Polytechnique Montréal travaille de concert avec Bombardier Aéronautique afin d’assurer une relève de main d’œuvre qualifiée et compétitive en intégrant des situations réelles vécues en entreprise dans son programme de formation.

Considérant les besoins criant de l’industrie, c’est à l’automne 2009 que Polytechnique Montréal accueille sa toute première cohorte d’étudiants en génie aérospatial.  Pionnier dans le domaine, elle offre le seul programme spécialisé au Québec.  De plus, en mai 2010, des étudiants de Polytechnique Montréal fondaient la société technique Oronos. L'objectif de ce comité étudiant est de concevoir des prototypes innovateurs dans le but de participer à des compétitions universitaires et de partager une passion commune pour l'aérospatiale et l'astronautique auprès du public. Voilà un excellente façon d’associer la formation au marché du travail !

Dans le cadre de sa journée portes ouvertes, Polytechnique Montréal démontrera cette grande idée… cette bonne affaire!

Lors de la journée portes ouvertes du 9 novembre 2014 le public pourra échanger avec les acteurs de ce partenariats, étudiants, industriels et professeurs. Tout au long de la journée, des ateliers seront organisés durant lesquels des témoignages seront présentés et des échanges avec le public seront possibles.

November 10, 2014
HEC Montréal
Atelier « Business model generation : créez ou réinventez votre entreprise »
Activité permettant la familiarisation avec un nouveau modèle d’affaires Pour en savoir plus
November 11, 2014
Journée portes ouvertes – TÉLUQ (Québec)
Démystifiez les études universitaires à distance et profitez-en pour poser toutes vos questions!

455, rue du Parvis
10 h à 16 h

Également via Skype

Pour en savoir plus

November 11, 2014
University of Victoria
Café Scientifique
An informal downtown seminar series providing insight into health and general science-related issues. Hosted by UVic’s Centre for Biomedical Research, Centre on Aging and various science departments, these evening cafés provide insight into topics of popular interest. Meet local researchers and discuss some of the most interesting and sometimes contentious research currently underway in Canada.

November 11, 2014, 6:30 p.m. |

Hermann's Jazz Club : 'The Big Heat: a Thermal Maximum 50 Million Years Ago and What it Tells Us About Global Warming' - Dr. Kate Moran - Ocean Networks Canada and SEOS

November 12, 2014
University of Manitoba
Big Ideas for Better Business: Panel discussion at the University of Manitoba
Research and technology play an integral role in helping businesses succeed. The event is an opportunity to showcase business leaders and University of Manitoba researchers and hear from their experiences on how industry and universities can work together to drive innovation, create jobs, enhance the economy and promote successful business in our province.

Keynote speaker: alumnus Paul Soubry, President and CEO, New Flyer Industries

1:30 P.M. – 3:30 P.M.
Pinnacle Club, Investors Group Field
Free parking is available at Investors Group Field

Panel discussion with U of M researchers and industry partners
Networking reception will follow

THE RICHARDSON CENTRE FOR FUNCTIONAL FOODS AND NUTRACEUTICALS would be pleased to host you for an open house and a light lunch.
11:30 A.M. – 1:00 P.M.
196 Innovation Drive, Smartpark

RSVP by Friday, November 7, 2014 at

For more information

November 12, 2014
Western University
Making Western Work for You

"Making Western Work for You" is an event Western is hosting In partnership with the London Chamber of Commerce for local businesses. Taking place at the Chamber on November 12, the agenda for the half-day event is as follows:

Opening remarks:
  • Gerry Macartney, CEO, London Chamber of Commerce
  • Peter White, Executive Director, Government Relations & Strategic Partnerships, Western
  • Amit Chakma, President, Western

Accessing Western’s Business Experts
Eric Morse, Professor of Entrepreneurship, Ivey Business School
How can businesses take advantage of the programs and services offered by Western’s Ivey Business School?

Accessing Western’s Research Experts
Dan Sinai, Associate Vice-President, Research

Hiring Western Students
Jeff Watson, Recruitment Team Coordinator, Student Success Centre
How can businesses recruit new Western graduates for full-time employment or current students as part-time employees, internships, co-op placements or as volunteers?

Doing Business with Western
Elizabeth Krische, Director, Procurement Services
What is the scope and scale of Western’s purchases? As a publicly-funded institution, what rules does the University work under in terms of purchasing? What’s the best way to approach Western to sell a product/service? How is preferred vendor status achieved?
November 12, 2014
McMaster University
Opening Doors for Innovation: McMaster Innovation Showcase 2014
McMaster Innovation Showcase 2014 is an opportunity for McMaster to demonstrate the exciting technologies that have been developed at the University, feature the initiatives underway relating to entrepreneurship and to engage with the community.  Organized by the McMaster Industry Liaison Office, the goal is to help McMaster create a culture of innovation, commercialization and community engagement. This year's event will feature:
  •  Keynote address by Mike Kirkup, Director of the VeloCity program at the University of Waterloo.  Mike will share his experiences running Waterloo’s well known VeloCity program which focusses on youth entrepreneurship
  • A roundtable discussion featuring participants from McMaster and the local community. The roundtable will be hosted by CBC Hamilton producer Rick Hughes and discuss how McMaster can redouble its efforts at stimulating youth entrepreneurship and encouraging engagement between the University and the local community
  • Technology presentations from McMaster researchers
  • An Open Doors event where various institutes at the McMaster Innovation Park will open their doors for tours and presentations including The Forge, CANMET, CLSA and the Sustainable Archaeology facility
  • A Poster competition, containing inventions and discoveries with commercial potential and social impact, as well as a pitch competition
  • Breakout session hosted by the Centre for Drug Research and Development (CDRD).  The CDRD is Canada's fully integrated national drug development and commercialization centre.  The primary goal of the centre is to provide a bridge between science and business and to enable researchers from institutes like McMaster to advance early stage drug candidates.  Representatives from CDRD will discuss the centres goals and successes as well as the project submission process.  There will also be opportunities for one on one discussions with researchers
  • Breakout sessions with NSERC and OCE, attendees will have the opportunity to meet with representatives from these agencies to discuss funding opportunities for potential projects
  • Networking opportunities with entrepreneurs, industry representatives and academic researchers who are developing and commercializing new technologies
  • The McMaster Innovator Awards which recognize innovators within the McMaster community for their contributions to research and commercialization success
For additional information To register
November 12, 2014
Mount Allison University
Mount Allison AUCC 'Virtual' Open Doors
November 12-14 2014, Mount Allison University will host a virtual Open Doors event, highlighting research projects from different disciplines across campus. Visit and watch the university's social media channels for a new research profile daily.
November 12, 2014
Memorial University - Grenfell Campus
Celebrating and supporting women entrepreneurs in the university setting
The Navigate Entrepreneurship Centre and Grenfell Campus, Memorial University of Newfoundland, in Corner Brook, NL, will host a panel presentation on women entrepreneurship on Thursday, Nov. 12, 10-11:15 a.m. in the lecture theatre of the Forest Centre (FC2014).

Women entrepreneurs in the Corner Brook community will share their experiences, and talk about how institutions of higher learning are currently helping support entrepreneurship, and how we can build on that support. Dr. Jacqueline Walsh, professor of business at Grenfell Campus, will facilitate the session. Among others, panelists will include female business owners, consultants and key figures in non-governmental organizations at the provincial and municipal level.

Refreshments will be served during the session. All are welcome.
November 13, 2014
Mount Saint Vincent University
Opening doors and minds for women entrepreneurs
The Mount is home to the Centre for Women in Business which offers programs aimed at enhancing the knowledge and business management skills of women. The Centre has been a driving force behind entrepreneurship in Atlantic Canada for more than 20 years, and an active participant in entrepreneurship research and initiatives that champion the needs of women business owners in almost every sector. On Thursday, November 13th, 2014, the Centre for Women in Business at the Mount will open doors and minds to women entrepreneurs for a day of professional development. The day will include a lunch with a keynote address by Kelsey Ramsden, Canada's Top Entrepreneur (Profit Magazine), and perspectives from several other business sector leaders. More information 
November 13, 2014
York University
Exponential Change: The Future of Work and Learning

Overview/Key Themes:

Key trends Exponential Change Concept of Exponential Disruptive Innovation – global, macro trends with local, micro impact
  • Singularity University
  • Deloitte
Fundamental shifts in business models for companies of all sizes, society in general Panel Discussion:   Creative and innovative thinking on education and life-long learning
  • Innovate before you graduate – CLAs, OCEAs
  • Online courses, global collaboration
  • Personalized Learning – the school learns the student
Impacting: Business – The Future of Work
  • Global sourcing – crowd-sourcing, talent on demand (eLance)
  • Mobile workforce – paperless, landing spots vs traditional models; BYOD; changing office systems and IT investments to cloud/service base
  • Accelerated business planning and processes
  • Collaboration as competitive advantage
Practical Strategies for Small-Medium Businesses to Manage Disruptive/Exponential Change
  • Managing an Innovation Portfolio
  • Business Model Canvas as a tool for agile planning
Interactive discussion and Q&A with thought leaders
November 13, 2014
Journée portes ouvertes – TÉLUQ (Montréal)
Démystifiez les études universitaires à distance et profitez-en pour poser toutes vos questions!

5800, rue Saint-Denis
Bureau 1105
10 h à 16 h

Également via Skype

Pour en savoir plus

November 13, 2014
University of Ontario Institute of Technology
Open Doors, Open Knowledge at UOIT
The University of Ontario Institute of Technology recently commissioned its Social Research Centre to survey many small- and medium-size organizations in the community that have partnered with the university. The results will be released at a November 13 event hosted by the university as part of the Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada’s Open Doors, Open Knowledge. The event includes a trade show where businesses and organizations can meet UOIT experts who will describe how partnering with UOIT can generate business, secure great employees and improve productivity. The morning will also include a moderated panel discussion with businesses about the benefits and challenges of university-business partnerships. WHEN: Thursday, November 13, 2014 from 9 to 11 a.m.
  •  9 a.m. - Trade Show
  • 10 a.m. - Announcement and Panel Discussion
For more information, and to RSVP please contact
November 13, 2014
Concordia University
Panel Discussion: Succession Planning in Quebec
Panelists will include JMSB researchers Peter Jaskiewicz and Alexandra Dawson as well as Norman Hebert Jr., Chairman of the Board of Governors at Concordia and President and CEO of Groupe Park Avenue Inc., and Diane Lanctôt, President, Lanctot Ltée Distributor.
Where: Room MB 10.121, John Molson School of Business Building (1450 Guy), Sir George Williams Campus
When: November 13, 2014, 11 a.m. to noon
November 13, 2014
Concordia University
John Molson School of Business - Annual Graduate Research Exposition
The Annual Graduate Research Exposition (AGRE) showcases the latest research findings of JMSB’s PhD and MSc students. Participating students present their work on posters. The event is special in that graduate students are not often provided with an opportunity to present their research to the academic and business communities, representatives of which will be on hand to act as judges. Judges select the best posters at both the MSc and PhD levels and winners receive cash prizes. Where: Atrium of the John Molson School of Business Building (1450 Guy), Sir George Williams Campus When: November 13, 2014, 3:00 to 5:00 p.m. For more information
November 13, 2014
University of Waterloo - Wilfrid Laurier University
Big Ideas for Better Business
Join the University of Waterloo, Wilfrid Laurier University, and the Greater Kitchener Waterloo Chamber of Commerce as we come together to shine a spotlight on private-sector partnerships. This collaboration will demonstrate how small and medium sized businesses and our community can benefit from cutting-edge research and technology, innovation, knowledge transfer, and student talent.

In partnership with the Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada, "Big Ideas for Better Businesses" is one of the many sessions taking place across the country. Join government and industry leaders as we highlight how Waterloo Region is demonstrating excellence in building innovation and skill development for the benefit of Canada.

November 13, 2014
University of Guelph
Guelph Pulse on Innovation Breakfast: The CETA Impact
The second breakfast in this series organized in partnership with the Guelph Chamber of Commerce will focus on the Comprehensive Economic & Trade Agreement (CETA).  Hear from our panelists on three different perspectives: acedemic, government, and business. Come out and join in the discussion as John Cranfield, University Research Chair in the Economics of Agri-Food Markets & Policy, Jennifer Higginson, Deputy Director, Trade Negotiations Division of Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, and Josh Hjartanson, VP Policy & Government Relations at the Ontario Chamber of Commerce, offer their insight on the potential impacts of CETA on the Canadian/Ontario food & agriculture sector. November 13, 2014 7:00-9:00 a.m. Delta Guelph Hotel & Conference Centre 50 Stone Road West Guelph, ON For more information    
November 13, 2014
Queen's University
Principal's Community Breakfast
Principal Daniel Woolf will speak on the State of the University: Queen's, Kingston and the world    
November 13, 2014
Mount Royal University
Startup Calgary's Launch Party
On November 13, 2014, Mount Royal University will sponsor and host Startup Calgary's Launch Party, which will attract an audience of more than 500 participants from the SME community. Startup Calgary in an entrepreneur-led, volunteer-driven grassroots movement with the mission to activate startups, connect founders and grow Calgary's startup ecosystem.

Thursday, November 13th from 5-10pm

Mount Royal University, Ross Glen Hall, 4825 Mt Royal Gate SW For more information

November 13, 2014
Mount Royal University
Clean Tech Challenge
On November 13-14, 2014, Mount Royal University will hold its second annual Clean Tech Challenge. At this exciting event, multi-disciplinary student teams spend 24 hours tackling real environmental challenges faced by Alberta businesses.

For more information

November 14, 2014
Université Laval
Grandes idées, bonnes affaires à l'Université Laval
Déjeuner-causerie suivi de visites dans des installations de recherche. L'avant-midi débutera par un déjeuner-causerie où étudiants, entrepreneurs et représentants du milieu des affaires échangeront leur témoignage quant au rôle positif de l'Université Laval sur l'innovation, le perfectionnement des compétences et la croissance des entreprises. L'activité permettra également d’apprécier l’étendue des applications de la science et la portée socioéconomique de l’établissement dans la région. Les invités auront ensuite la chance de visiter des installations de recherche exceptionnelles qui témoignent du rayonnement de nos activités au sein de la collectivité.  
November 14, 2014
University of Lethbridge
Roundtable - Supporting Agricultural Small Business in Southern Alberta
On November 14, the University of Lethbridge is opening its doors to southern Alberta community and business leaders as part of the Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada’s (AUCC) Open Doors, Open Knowledge initiative, an annual national event celebrating the many ways universities contribute to economic prosperity and quality of life in Canada.

This year, Open Doors, Open Knowledge is showcasing the role of University relationships with small- and medium-sized enterprises in preparing students for rewarding careers and helping local businesses innovate and grow.

The University of Lethbridge has recently received two significant investments from private donors that will further the institution’s commitment to work with agriculturally-based businesses in southern Alberta. In July, the U of L announced it will receive $1 million over five years from the Potato Growers of Alberta (PGA), McCain Foods, ConAgra Lamb Weston and Cavendish Farms to establish a Chair in potato science. In June, Cor Van Raay, the founder of Cor Van Raay Farms, donated $5 million to the U of L and Lethbridge College to establish an agribusiness program in southern Alberta.

The U of L will host a noon-hour roundtable that will focus on the role universities, and specifically the University of Lethbridge, can play in further supporting agriculturally-based businesses in southern Alberta. The event will feature a short presentation by David Hill, director of Centres and Institutes at the U of L, as well as an open discussion.

When: November 14 at 12:00 noon (Lunch will be served)

Where: AH100 Anderson Hall

Please RSVP by November 5, 2014 by calling 1-866-552-2582 or emailing

November 14, 2014
University of Windsor
Cultural Entrepreneurship Workshop
The two-day Cultural Entrepreneurship Workshop is designed to prepare students and young professionals for lifelong careers in the arts. The workshop will guide young entrepreneurs through the transition from university to professional careers and will provide interactive sessions dealing with finance; administration; marketing; branding; social media; grant writing and intellectual property. Guest speakers include local and international experts from music; visual arts; business law and entrepreneurship.

Friday November 14 and Saturday November 15 For more information

November 17, 2014
University of Victoria
Mock Interview Clinics
Approximately 500 UVic students and 115 employers are participating in mock interviews on UVic’s campus during the fall 2014 term. This is an exceptional hands-on opportunity for students, helping them learn to market their competencies effectively to employers in a realistic interview environment. At the same time, it provides employers with a window into student recruitment and build UVic's relationships with local organizations. Employers interested in participating as mock-interviewers can contact Meg Thompson in UVic’s Co-operative Education and Career Services at or 250-721-6582.

September 30 – Master of Public Administration and Dispute Resolution Mock Interview Clinic
October 1 – Engineering, Computer Science and Math Mock Interview Clinic
October 9 – Indigenous Mock Interview Clinic
October 31 – Master of Business Administration Mock Interview Clinic
November 17-19 – Bachelor of Commerce Mock Interview Clinics Clinics
November 26-28 – Social Sciences, Sciences, Humanities, Fine Arts & Professional
Writing and Exercise Science, Physical & Health Education Mock Interview Clinics
November 17, 2014
Cape Breton University
#StartupCapeBreton 2.0
Cape Breton University is re-booting for #StartupCapeBreton 2.0. The event will continue open dialogue and serve as an update on the many action items that developed as a result of the inaugural event, held in July. The 2.0 event will seek and support business and entrepreneurial minded community members and organizations with the goal of working toward a diversified, innovation and knowledge based economy.

#StartupCapeBreton 2.0 will also serve as the kick-off event for Global Entrepreneurship Week, the world’s largest celebration of the innovators and job creators, who launch startups that bring ideas to life, drive economic growth and expand human welfare. The week will be celebrated from November 17-22, 2014, with a series of events, with something for everyone.

November 19, 2014
HEC Montréal
Salon des petites et moyennes entreprises
Kiosques de présentation des PME par des étudiants de HEC Montréal. Édifice Côte-Sainte-Catherine, de 11h à 15h.
November 19, 2014
University of Victoria
Innovation Map of Campus
The Research Partnerships and Knowledge Mobilization (RPKM) Office and the UVic Innovation Centre for Entrepreneurs (ICE) will introduce you to the various on-campus services available for students, staff, faculty and alumni who are interested in or already engaged in a start-up company or small business or those that would like to know more about partnering with industry or collaborating on research.

This Open Doors, Big Ideas for Better Business themed event will bring together representatives from RPKM, ICE, The UVic Business Law Clinic, Mitacs and The Industrial Research Assistance Program to give an overview of the services they provide to entrepreneurs and how to get assistance for your business without leaving campus.

Please feel free to join us after the presentation for light refreshments and the opportunity to meet our presenters, business advisors and members of the local business community.

November 20, 2014
NSCAD University
University Community Sandbox Launch event "The Spark Zone"
Join NSCAD University as we launch a new  initiative supporting students through the Community Sandbox Program. This program  brings together Saint Mary's University, Mount Saint Vincent University, and NSCAD University, to provide, foster, spark, and  innovative entrepreneurship opportunities for students and community. It's purpose is to create an entrepreneurial ecosystem that will provide university students the opportunity to socialize, create, percolate, and launch entrepreneurial ideas; to nourish creative collaborations throughout Nova Scotia to facilitate a growing culture of entrepreneurship.

Launch Event - The Spark Zone Selfie Challenge

Date: November 20th, 9:30-4:30

Location: NSCAD's Fountain campus 2nd Floor, Student Lounge

November 22, 2014
Université du Québec en Outaouais
Journée portes ouvertes

UQO Portes ouvertes 22 novembre Rencontrez nos professeurs et les responsables des services offerts aux étudiants

Vous désirez obtenir de l’information sur les programmes d’études (1er cycle et cycles supérieurs), les activités de recherche, les stages en milieu de travail, les études à l’étranger et la vie étudiante au sein de notre université? Une centaine de représentants seront présents pour répondre à vos questions et vous faire découvrir nos nombreuses formations ainsi que les activités qui enrichiront votre parcours à l’UQO.

Consultez nos conseillers d'orientation et d’aide financière

Opter pour le travail social ou pour la psychoéducation? Se spécialiser en finance ou en sciences comptables? Choisir le marketing ou les communications? Pas toujours facile de prendre une décision. Consultez notre conseillère d’orientation pour trouver une formation qui correspond à vos aspirations. Vous êtes préoccupés par le paiement des frais de scolarité? Vous détenez de bons résultats scolaires et vous souhaiteriez obtenir une bourse d’excellence? Renseignez-vous sur les différents programmes de prêts et bourses auprès de notre conseillère d’aide financière.

Visitez nos pavillons, laboratoires et résidences

Découvrez nos installations en participant à notre visite guidée du pavillon Alexandre-Taché et du pavillon Lucien-Brault!

Participez à nos tirages

Soyez présent à notre Journée portes ouvertes et courez la chance de gagner de nombreux prix, dont une bourse d’études de 1000 $ et 3 abonnements d'un mois au Centre sportif de l'UQO!

Visite virtuelle de l'UQO

Si vous ne pouvez assister à notre Journée portes ouvertes, profitez de notre visite virtuelle au et visitez notre université comme si vous y étiez! Pour en savoir plus: Journée portes ouvertes de l'UQO
November 23, 2014
HEC Montréal
Journée de l'entrepreneuriat culturel
Journée de l’entrepreneuriat culturel dans le cadre de la semaine mondiale de l’entrepreneuriat. Endroit à déterminer, de 10h à 14h 
November 26, 2014
HEC Montréal
HEC Montréal rencontre les Dragons
Édifice Côte-Sainte-Catherine, de 12h à 14h. Pour en savoir plus
November 27, 2014
Dalhousie University
Entrepreneurship and Dalhousie
Dalhousie University is a proud member of Nova Scotia's innovation ecosystem and we're doing our part to help turn innovative ideas into economic opportunities. We're enabling and supporting entrepreneurship through start-ups, spin-outs, commercialization of research, partnerships with business and educating the new generation of entrepreneurs.

Dr. Richard Florizone will moderate a round table discussion about entrepreneurship and Dalhousie with:

    Dr. Daniel Boyd, a Dal prof and chief scientific officer of ABK Medical, a medical device company developing technologies that will simplify and enhance chemotherapy and radiotherapy for cancer patients
    Stephen Hartlen, the executive director of Dalhousie's Industry Liaison and Innovation office, which manages and facilitates collaborations between companies and university researchers, assists in the creation of spin-off ventures and commercializes research at Dalhousie.
    Dr. Mary Kilfoil, the academic lead for Dalhousie's Starting Lean Initiative, which brought Silicon Valley-style entrepreneurship into the classroom at Dal starting in 2012.
    Braden Murphy, an alumnus of Dalhousie and the CEO of Atlantic Motor Labs, an engineering company developing unique motors for use in mining and oil and gas operations.
November 28, 2014
Ryerson University
Roundtable: Big Ideas for Better Business
Ryerson University, a federal cabinet minister, industry leaders and young entrepreneurs are joining together for a roundtable to discuss the challenges that start ups and SMEs face when trying to expand their companies, and how universities and partnerships with industry play a key role in closing the talent gap.
November 28, 2014
University of Saskatchewan
Partnering for Research Success
The University of Saskatchewan is partnering with the AUCC and NSERC to put the spotlight on the impact of innovative Saskatchewan research partnerships with industry.

NSERC is celebrating five years of success in encouraging companies and researchers to partner on R&D projects.  AUCC is celebrating partnerships through its "Big Ideas for Better Business” Open Doors, Open Knowledge campaign. 

This event will include a presentation by NSERC's new president Mario Pinto on the outcomes of the NSERC Strategy for Partnerships and Innovation, a panel discussion of researchers in industry and academe, and videos highlighting the impacts of specific NSERC partnerships, including some involving University of Regina and Saskatchewan Polytechnic. 

A networking reception will round out the celebrations.

December 9, 2014
University of Victoria
Café Scientifique
An informal downtown seminar series providing insight into health and general science-related issues. Hosted by UVic’s Centre for Biomedical Research, Centre on Aging and various science departments, these evening cafés provide insight into topics of popular interest. Meet local researchers and discuss some of the most interesting and sometimes contentious research currently underway in Canada.

December 9, 2014 6:30 p.m.

Hermann's Jazz Club : 'The Chemistry and Biology of Beer - Drs. Jeremy Wulff and Peter Constabel - Dept.  of Chemistry/Dept. of Biology

February 28, 2015
University of Winnipeg
ArtsFest 2014
Selections from The University of Winnipeg's rich arts and cultural heritage collection were on display September 25-28 at the second annual UWinnipeg ArtsFest. ArtsFest runs in conjunction with the national Culture Days and UWinnipeg's annual Homecoming. The university showcased highlights from its large visual art collection, unique books, one of a kind artifacts, replications of ancient legionary equipment and student artwork, as well as performances by UWinnipeg alumni, including Freya Olafson's Hyper, Virtuosi Concerts, The Downtown Jazz Band and the UWSA Freestyle Festival.