The National Student Network (NSN) strives to be an active, relevant, and supportive community network that empowers youth across Canada
Student insights, articles and analyses shared with the country.
One of the most useful tools for academic research and writing papers is a reference manager. As a disclaimer, if you have not manually generated a bibliography, learn the fundamental principles of references before using an assistant tool. This concept is similar to how students should learn arithmetic before using a calculator. What is a
Our July 2018 Spotlight features David He, an avid undergraduate researcher, and a University of Alberta undergraduate student pursuing a BSc in cell biology. Previously, David won the Alberta Regional Sanofi BioGENEius Challenge, and won a gold medal at the Canada Wide Science Fair. Beyond science and academics, David also plays the piano and the
As it is June, many professional degree programs (Law, Medicine, Pharmacy, Dentistry, Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy etc.) have now released offers of admission for their incoming class. As an incoming 2nd year medical student at UBC, one of the most common questions I get from students who were recently accepted or plan on applying to
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Find hundreds of opportunities that get you involved! Our database is intuitively designed and always up-to-date.Danny Huang
Meet aspiring young professionals. Get advice from those who has been in your shoe and propel your own endeavours forward!Jessie Wang
Share your insight and speak to a national audience. Read articles ranging from news analysis to university must-knows.Jenny Lou
We empower youth across Canada to become responsible leaders who are at the forefront of making a social difference.Jackie Ha
Lead a national effort to enhance learning at a national level through sharing and being involved in the community.Natalie Ashton