Could you be a Glendon Grad?

June 23, 2014

This Saturday, June 21, was Convocation Day at Glendon. I know a lot of professors that don’t like attending the event. There’s a lot of fancy pageantry, funny robes and hats to wear, and the ceremony itself can seem positively medieval. For some, it can seem like an embellishment that draws attention away from more pressing Read More


Four Online Resources to Further Your Career

June 15, 2014

On Thursday, June 12, we were fortunate enough to welcome a special guest from the European Commission. Ian Andersen is the External Communications Adviser to the Commission’s Directorate General for Interpretation. The DG Interpretation is often known as SCIC (an acronym of its old name, “le Service commun d’interprétation de conférence), and it is the world’s Read More


Special News that Comes in Twos

June 9, 2014

It’s a busy time of year at the MCI! Year-end exams are in full swing. The Year One Transition Exam is being marked as I write, and our Year Two students will take their Exit Exam in just a few days. So this week’s blog post will be short and sweet. But we did want Read More


What you need to know to thrive in Year Two

May 10, 2014

This week, we hear from guest blogger Natalia Tobón (Spanish A, English B, French C), who is currently finishing up her studies in Year Two of the MCI. As her classmates will tell you, Natalia is always thinking of others. It turns out that the Year One students have been on Natalia’s mind a lot lately, Read More


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