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AEO to Ivey Blog

Feb 9, 2018

How to Stay Motivated and Procrastinate Less

In continuation of my previous post Sleep is Cool, I'm going to share some tips that helped me stay motivated and manage my time better last semester.
Feb 6, 2018

Sleep is Cool

Sleep deprivation has not only become common for the average university student, but also a weirdly admired norm. This isn't healthy, and it is definitely not cool.
Jan 12, 2018

Advice from a former AEO, HBA and now MSC student

It’s the most wonderful time of the year, the time to submit your Advanced Entry Opportunity (AEO) application to Ivey.
Jan 9, 2018

Why Choose to be an Ivey AEO?

Choosing your soon-to-be university, program, and career direction may feel like you are determining your entire future.
Jan 2, 2018

Application Series 2017/2018

As a kid I have always loved to read. I devoured through stacks upon stacks of novels until one day, I tried my hand at writing. Soon after this, notebooks filled with journal entries and short stories began to invade my books.
Dec 29, 2017

Application Series 2017/2018

A bit over a year ago I didn’t think I would be at Huron University College at Western or have AEO status, and, to be honest, did not think I had it in me. In this post, I am going to share my thoughts as to why I chose Huron and Ivey, and what I learnt along the way.
Dec 27, 2017

Application Series 2017/2018

Recently, I learned that leadership is seldom defined by the positions a person has filled, but rather how one handles oneself in a given situation.
Dec 23, 2017

Application Series 2017/2018

If you’re reading this it’s probably that time of year again! You’re sitting in front of your computer looking at the Ivey AEO application and wondering how to write the perfect application. Let me share some tips that I learned when I went through the same process last year.
Dec 7, 2017

Embracing Discomfort

AEO1 student Wendy Wang encourages us to get uncomfortable and challenge ourselves.
Dec 1, 2017

The Health Advantage

As AEOs, we live in a world of demanding extra-curricular activities and leadership roles which we balance while maintaining high standards in school. You have to be on your game and always improving yourself from who you were yesterday.