If you’re a student attending university, you know how incredibly expensive textbooks can be. As if paying university tuition and living expenses isn’t enough, you also have to shell out what could add up to hundreds of dollars for textbooks that are required for your courses. But if you think textbooks cost too much here in Canada, imagine what they must cost for people in developing countries.
Networking with individuals while you are still in university helps establish a connection with industry professionals before entering the workforce.
Studying for exams and finishing assignments will always be a student’s number one priority – as it very well should be! However, a question that students should ask themselves is, have I actually applied any of my knowledge to real world situations? How am I going to get from point A to point B? At The Student Tutoring Network, we truly believe that gaining the ability to network is one of the best ways to turn theory into practice and can help smooth the transition into the real world.
Sometimes the best way to learn a concept is not by reading a book or memorizing a process but by actually getting your hands dirty, making mistakes and learning from them. Here at TSTN, we are not just about helping students learn theoretical concepts. We can also help provide hands-on experience to those looking to turn ideas into reality and start their own business.
Calling all aspiring entrepreneurs!
In order to be a successful entrepreneur you have to have the following:
Whether you’re a student yourself, or the parent of a student, you’ve probably had a complaint about the education that either you or your child is receiving in school. Recently, for example, the high schools of the Toronto District School Board (TDSB), the largest school board in the Greater Toronto Area, were ranked the lowest in the GTA according to a report published by the Vancouver-based Fraser Institute, an independent think-tank. The study is based on results from standardized testing done throughout the province of Ontario. You can view the reports for both elementary and secondary schools in Ontario at http://www.compareschoolrankings.org/.
Are you an Executive Working Doing Business Internationally? Do You Want to Improve Your Job Prospects? Learning a New Language With TSTN Can Help!
There is no doubt that anybody working in the real world today sees that the Canadian job market is extremely competitive and that corporations are expanding their companies across the world. Now, more than ever, employers are looking for people that are competent in other languages who can help take their business to the next level on an international scale.
Think TSTN Is Just for University Students? Think Again! Corporate Training, Crash Courses, & Seminars
Go Beyond Tutoring and Learn Something New From the Comfort of Your Own Home or Office.
Since I started writing this blog, I’ve mostly talked about how The Student Tutoring Network helps university students with their courses, so perhaps you’ve gotten the idea that we only help university students. Not true! We help students at all levels and have experience tutoring both elementary school students and high school students, but we don’t stop there. In fact, many of our clients are not enrolled in any academic program and use our services just because they want to learn something new. This is where TSTN goes beyond just plain tutoring and offers its services to clients who want to learn something from scratch.
Okay, so we’ve all heard that old saying that life is full of choices, right? Well, this is especially true when you get to university. Now you get to decide what to learn, what courses to take, and which career path to pursue. Making these choices can be a mind-boggling task, but at least there’s one choice that you shouldn’t be too difficult for you to make: where to find the best help with your university courses. The choice is simple. The Student Tutoring Network has everything you need to achieve academic excellence.
University Tutoring in Toronto is Our Speciality!
It’s hard enough being a student at a university in Toronto if you come all the way from, say Vancouver or Montreal, and you’re new to the city. But imagine you’re an international student from overseas. You’re thousands of miles from home, you don’t know anyone in Toronto, or Canada for that matter, and you’re studying in a language that isn’t your native tongue. Over the last few years, more and more international students have taken advantage of the opportunity to study in Canada, Maclean’s magazine has recently reported: http://www2.macleans.ca/2013/11/19/how-international-students-feel-about-canada/
At first glance, if you’re looking for tutoring in Toronto, it would appear that you have a lot of choices. The reality, however, is that although there are a lot of companies offering tutoring services in Toronto, they might as well be the same people under different names.
When I started as a full-time undergraduate student at the University of Toronto, one of the courses I took was introductory Spanish. Even back then, I knew that there were many benefits to learning a new language, some of which you can read about in these articles: