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Bản sắc Việt » Du học, Di trú Canada,USA... 21.09.2017 05:37
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Study in Canada

If you are o­ne of those who seek a high quality of life above anything else, Canada is the place for you. It has been consistently ranked by the UN as the number o­ne country in the world to live in. Having a large Asian Diaspora of students, Canada offers a truly international educational experience.

Furthermore, the Canadian degree or diploma is instantly recognized around the world as being of the highest standard. And you get all this at a remarkably low cost…..both in terms of cost of education and the cost of living. Tuition fees for international students in Canada are much lower than comparable countries.

With over 90 universities and 150 colleges and technical institutes, featuring virtually every program imaginable, Canada may just be the place of your dreams.

Canadian Student Visa

All overseas students are required to obtain a Student Authorization and Visa before going to Canada for studies. Students must also meet the requirements of the Canadian Immigration Act and Regulations. Under normal circumstances, allow at least two months for your visa to be processed.

Visa and Student Authorization Procedure
Submit the completed application kit to the immigration section of the Canadian High commission. Please note that all the documents submitted, must be either original or photocopies notarized and witnessed by a notary public or a magistrate or the Canadian Immigration Officer, and be accompanied by a duplicate copy.

Documents required  

  • Completed Student Application form.
  • Completed Supplementary Questionnaire for students and postdoctoral researchers.
  • Official letter of acceptance from Canadian university, college or Technical Institute.
  • Certificate of Acceptance from the province of Quebec (Only if you plan to study in province of Quebec)
  • TOEFL/IELTS scores if applicable
  • Passport, valid for at least o­ne year from the planned date of entry to Canada, plus valid passports of any accompanying dependants.
  • Bank Draft for the applicable visa processing fees

Proof of Funds

Every applicant must demonstrate that they have sufficient financial resources available to them to pay tuition fees, maintain him/herself and dependants who go to Canada, and to pay return transportation costs without engaging in employment in Canada. For example, students without accompanying dependants must demonstrate that they have at least $10,000 Cdn plus the cost of tuition for a twelve-month period, plus the cost of transportation to and fro from Canada. Canadian $10,000 is the base amount considered adequate to cover all costs, other than tuition, for o­ne person for a twelve-month period. Some educational institutions require that more funds be available; if the local cost of living is higher than average, more money may also be required.

After the Completed application forms along with the documents are submitted;

INTERVIEW -  An interview with a Canadian Visa Officer may be required. If this is the case, you will be advised in writing of the time and place for the interview.

MEDICAL EXAMINATION -  The Canadian high commission will issue medical instructions. Students and accompanying dependants must pass a medical examination.

If the student and accompanying dependants are found to be in good health and there are no other concerns with the application, the Visa and Student Authorization will be issued.

Advantages of o­ne-year programs:


  1. The postgraduate programs are of o­ne-year duration. So, they are cost-effective.
  1. You can work upto o­ne-year after completing the program.

  2. The programs are very cost effective. The average tuition fee for a year is around CDN $ 10,000 (Around Rs. 3.5 Lakhs)

  3. The postgraduate programs are highly job-oriented as they are industry focussed. Most colleges help students find jobs.

  4. Students with three year bachelor degrees like BSc and BCom are not eligible for most masters programs in US and canada. They can apply for the o­ne-year postgraduate programs.

  5. GRE or GMAT scores not required. Most colleges require TOEFL or IELTS score. Some colleges accept students without a TOEFL score as well.

  6. Canada welcomes qualified immigrants. If you are looking at immigration, Canadian education will be helpful.

    List of Programs


    The programs available are too many to list. It is more than likely that o­ne of our member institutions will have the program of your choice.

    Some of the commonly seeked o­ne year certificate/diploma programs are listed below.

    • Business Administration
    • International Business Management
    • Marketing Management
    • Human Resources Management
    • Internet Systems Administration
    • Bioinformatics
    • Object-Oriented Programming
    • Global Logistics and Supply Chain Management
    • Applied Electronics Design
    • Technical Communication
    • Food & Nutrition Management
    • Wireless Networking
    • Costume Design
    • International Fashion Management
    • Fashion Development & Marketing
    • Digital Media
    • International Health Service
    • Legal & Corporate Administration
    • Website Management
    • Global Entrepreneurship & E-Commerce

    Important: Please note that this service does not include applications to masters degree programs in Canadian universities. This service is o­nly for diploma/certificate programs offered by Canadian colleges.

Application Procedure for Undergraduate Courses

This section explains the process of applying to Canadian universities for Under Graduate (Bachelor Degree or equivalent) courses.

Application Requirements
  1. Secondary School Reports and Transcripts
  2. Standardized Tests
  3. Letters of Recommendation
  4. Statement of Purpose (SOP)

If you have any doubts or require any further information,
please use our Helpline service.


In most Canadian universities and colleges, the academic year is divided into two semesters, the fall semester (Sept-Dec), and the winter semester (Jan-May), with a short vacation at Christmas. Many colleges also offer a summer semester beginning in May.

University deadlines for the September session vary from institution to institution, though are generally from mid December to the end of March.

Colleges may have a rolling admission policy and will accept applications while processing time still permits.

If applying to a universities and some colleges in the province of o­ntario, you must submit your applications through central application centres. The o­ntario Universities Application Centre (OUAC) deadline is March 1, those applications received after the deadline will be processed o­n a first come, first served basis. The o­ntario College Application Services (OCAS) deadline is March 1 for admission the following September, applications received after that date will be handled o­n a first come, first served basis. Some o­ntario colleges have applications that can be submitted directly to the institute itself.

Some institutes have January admission, deadlines will be the preceding September to November.

Dates can vary from institution to institution, and should be confirmed by checking the relevant calendars.

There are some differences in the application process if you are applying to colleges and universities in the province of o­ntario and in the province of Quebec compared to colleges and universities in the rest of Canada. Check out the table below.

Ontario Colleges and Universities

Universities : Complete the o­ntario Universities Application Centre (OUAC) application form for upto 3 university/programme choices. Send the form along with the fee (C$95), by the 1st March deadline to OUAC

Colleges: Complete the o­ntario College Application Service (OCAS) application form for upto 5 college/programme choices. Send the form with the fee (C$65), by the 1st March deadline to OCAS.

The OUAC/OCAS will acknowledge receipt of the application and forward to the appropriate institutions.

Meanwhile, you have to send your academic Documents/supplementary fees to the chosen institute(s) by their respective deadlines
If there is any additional information that the institute requires from you, it will be communicated to you. After this the institute will make you an admission offer.

After you accept, the institute will send you an official letter of acceptance.

You apply to the Canadian High Commission for a student authorisation (Visa).

Quebec Colleges and Universities

Complete and send the application form, official transcripts/ academic records, plus application fee to the Registrar's Office of the institute(s) you wish to attend.

If there is any additional information that the institute requires from you, it will be communicated to you. After this the institute will make you an admission offer.

After you accept, the institute will send you an official letter of acceptance.

You apply to the Canadian High Commission for a student authorisation (Visa). In addition to the student authorisation, you must apply for a Certificate of Acceptance (CAQ) from the Quebec Government.

The forms will be sent to you by the institute or they can be collected from the CEC.

Colleges and universities in the rest of Canada

Complete and send the application form, official transcripts/ academic records, plus application fee to the Registrar's Office of the institute(s) you wish to attend.

If there is any additional information that the institute requires from you, it will be communicated to you. After this the institute will make you an admission offer.
After you accept, the institute will send you an official letter of acceptance.


You apply to the Canadian High Commission for a student authorisation (Visa).


Send enquiries at least 15 to 18 months before the proposed date of admission. There are three ways to get application forms.
  1. Requesting Application Forms via email : You can request application forms from the universities website. Most universities have a form o­n their website which can be completed o­nline to request application material.

  2. Downloading from the university website : Many universities have a downloadable and ready to print versions of their application forms  o­n the net. These can be used for applying just as regular forms.

  3. Requesting Applications from Vietnamville


There are significant differences between the education systems of the different provinces of Canada. Secondary schooling in Canada could go up to Grade 11, 12 or 13, depending o­n the province. Consequently, the eligibility criteria for colleges are also different in different provinces of Canada.

Most universities in states other than o­ntario and Quebec require a minimum of 12 years of formal education for admission to Bachelor degree courses.

Universities of o­ntario and Quebec require a minimum of 13 years of secondary school education. This implies 12 years of schooling and o­ne year of college education in India, or 12 years of schooling in India and o­ne year of high school in Canada. If your academic credentials are very impressive, some universities may admit you in their Bachelor degree programs with 12 years of education.

Important: We had written and spoken to the admission officers of most Canadian Universities regarding eligibility criteria for Indian students applying for undergraduate courses. Most, if not all mentioned that a lot would depend o­n the individual case. There was no broad standardized policy. If you feel you have a good academic record and also something significant to show to the admission committee, we would encourage you to apply even if you do not match the eligibility criteria.

There are no centralized Canada wide entrance tests, each institute sets its own admission standards and assesses the qualifications of each applicant individually. The general criteria is mentioned below:

Programs/
Level of study

Undergraduate/Bachelors level

Business

  • 70% in 12th grade
  • TOEFL : PBT: 580-600
                     CBT: 237-250 min.
  • 12th grade level Maths

Computer Science

  • 70% in 12th grade
  • TOEFL : PBT: 580-600 min.
                     CBT: 237-250 min.
  • 12th grade level Maths

Engineering

  • 70% in 12th grade
  • 12th grade level Math (algebra, calculus, geometry), Physics, Chemistry, & English
  • TOEFL : PBT: 580-600 min.
                     CBT: 237-250 min.

Fine Arts

  • Min. 70% in 12th grade
  • TOEFL : PBT: 580-600 min.
                     CBT: 237-250 min.
  • Portfolio/audition or documentary evidence of creative skills

Media/ Communications

  • 70% in 12th grade
  • TOEFL : PBT: 600 min.
                     CBT: 250 min.

Programs/
Level of study

Diploma

Business

  • Flexible admission
  • TOEFL : PBT: 550 min. 
                     CBT: 213 min.

Computer Science

  • Flexible admission
  • TOEFL : PBT: 550 min.
                     CBT: 213 min.
  • 12th grade level
  • Maths

Engineering

  • Flexible admission
  • TOEFL : PBT: 550 min.
                     CBT: 237-250 min.
  • 12th grade Maths

Fine Arts

  • Flexible admission
  • TOEFL : PBT: 550 min.
                     CBT: 213 min.
  • Portfolio

Media/ Communications

  • Flexible admission
  • TOEFL : 550 min.
                     CBT: 213 min.
  • Proficiency in keyboarding and/or Computer Studies

Application Requirements

Students who are applying for a Bachelor program or another undergraduate course would be required to submit a secondary school report and transcripts (report cards) of the final exams. The report form should be filled out by a school official like the principal, counsellor or headmaster. This form should introduce you in the context of your whole school experience in relation to the other students in your class. Admission committees will be interested in learning how you have performed in your own educational system. The school report should talk about your accomplishments and provide a prediction of your chances for success in university-level studies.

Since there is a variation between the styles of scoring used abroad and the o­nes used in India, ask your school to include a guide to the grading standards used in your educational system and your school. If your school ranks students by their level of academic achievement, make certain that the ranking is included with the other details. Also send the school / junior college leaving certificate as and when it is available.

If the transcripts are in a language other than English, then it must be translated into English o­nly by the issuing authority or university otherwise it may not be acceptable.


Standardized Tests

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International students are also required to take English Proficiency tests like TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) or IELTS (International English Language Testing). Every university has its own minimum requirements and scores with respect to standardized tests.

English Proficiency


TOEFL: This test is mandatory for International students applying to a Graduate course or University in Canada. The minimum score required by most universities for admission is 570 (Paper-based test) and 230 (Computer-based test).

Most universities and colleges do accept IELTS score as well in lieu of TOEFL score.

Note:
Many universities in Canda have their own English proficiency tests. These tests are conducted in India by CEC. For more information, check out the websites of the universities that you are interested in.

Letter of Recommendation

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Letters of reference or recommendation letters play a very important part in your admission especially in courses that earn you a master’s or doctoral degree. A recommendation letter is a signed statement from a person who knows you well professionally or has taught you in a subject that is related to the course you are applying to. It should list your positive and negative qualities, strengths and other such information.

The author or teacher must indicate his position, how long he/she has known the applicant and in what capacity. He/she should briefly discuss the need, importance and usefulness of the study the applicant proposes to undertake.

Authors are usually asked to rank applicants in their letters of recommendation, which helps admission officers to interpret the academic credentials of foreign students. Students should obtain letters of recommendation (often o­n the prescribed forms sent by the institutions) from teachers who know them as a person as well as a student. You may like to request your author to give concrete examples that may show your qualities and help your case.

Many universities have their own format and questions that have to be answered by the person who is giving the letter of recommendation o­n your behalf. Letters, which do not give enough information, can jeopardize a candidate’s chances of selection. 

Note : Even if not mentioned, it is advisable to include at least two letters of recommendation in your applications as they increase your chances of getting admissions.

For more details o­n letters of recommendation, formats and tips, check out Letters of Recommendation

Statement of Purpose

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The personal essays, and/or statement of purpose, play a very important role in the process of evaluating your application for both admission as well as financial aid because it gives the faculty assessing your application their most significant impression of you as an individual. This section is the key to distinguish your application from other suitable candidates and a chance to market yourself.

A personal statement should include your reasons for choosing a particular course, the suitability of your education and experience for the chosen course, your personal interests and career goals.

Some courses like Business school courses will have their own essay questions and format. Others may ask for a résumé or reasons for applying to that particular course.

For more details o­n various essay topics, tips, sample essays, check out our Essays/Statement of Purpose section.

Visa Interview Questions

The following are the Questions and Answers that mostly the Ambassador asked in the Embassy during the interview. So you must prepare yourself about all these questions before going for an interview

Visa Interview Questions and Answers


  • Do you need interpreter ?
    No Thanks

  • Are you ready for interview ?
    Yes Off course

  • Why did you choose this institute and how did you find about it ?
    The institute is providing o­ne of the best courses in UK and its fee is reasonable, complete study atmosphere and specially its staff that is highly qualified. After surfing the net and consult with different consultants I chose this college for my studies.

  • Why did you select this course ? Is it relevant to your previous studies ?
    This course will lead me towards the best opportunities of my life I mean to achieve my goals in life. Yes this course is exactly related to my previous studies.

  • Can you tell me the location of the university/college ?
    Yes..

  • Why did you select Canada for higher studies ? Isn’t this course offered by any University or college in Vietnam ?
    Canadian education system is o­ne of the best across the globe. Canadian education system has high influence in our education system. We are far behind in research and advancement in any field of life especially in education. Second we find complete study atmosphere in Canada, which is not available in Vietnam.

  • What if you get a Canadian degree here, would you like to go to Canada again for higher Studies ?
    Even then I will go to Canadian because of standard of education and complete study atmosphere.

  • What course are you going for ?
    ------

  • What is the scope of your course ?
    The course I chose will open new horizons for me and there are high job prospects in multinational firms at local and international level.

  • Why are you taking this course ?
    Because this course is exactly related to my previous studies/Experience

  • What is the course structure ?

  • What are the course contents ?

  • Do you intend to work in Canada after completion of your studies ?
    Not at all

  • What do you intend to you after completion of your studies ?
    I will come back and will join any multinational firm or start my own business.

  • What is you future plans ?
    To join any multinational firm or start my own business

  • What benefit will bring this course to you ?
    After completion of this course, I will come back and join any reputed firm, which offer attractive packages. I will be leading in big job market, I am sure I will get an excellent job in any reputed firm otherwise I will start my own business.

  • How much money can you earn after your completion of studies ?
    30000-35000 per month approximately.

  • Where will you stay in Canada ?

  • Who is your sponsor ?

  • What proof do you have that your sponsor can support your studies ?

  • Source of income of your sponsor ?

  • How are you related to him ?

  • How many people are his/her dependents ?

  • Why is he sponsoring you ? (if not father)

  • Do you have any relative or friend in Canada?
    The answers to this vary from person to person. The two basic replies being: Either "YES" or "NO". But I believe that you be truthful at this instance. I have seen many people who have been true and werent affected by that.
    In fact at an USEFI seminar, addressed by the Consulate Officer. it was said by the officer himself that,

    " We know that most of the student will end up staying there after completing their studies, but at least we can do our part of skimming them. We can at least play the part of sieving across the deserving people and not every pedestrian."

    This means that they evaluate you o­n the basis of your merits and not by what the person staying abroad is going to do for you. And the financial part is because they want to be assured that you can at least go through your studies fully.
    It just happens that many a times, they check your file based o­n details provided in your passport, and if they do apprehend you lying, that might spell trouble. So, I think telling the truth is the best thing.
    If your uncle or cousin or distant aunt stays there, you dont have to say "YES" coz that doesnt matter. All that matters is your immediate relatives ..i.e own brother, sister , father or mother.

  • What does your father do ?
    Well this does have a specific reply, but then you can put it as "Sir, My father is working with a German collaborated company for the past 25 years as a Manager in XYZ department. The long reply helps over here. If your father has taken a voluntary retirement, dont mention that he has retired.
    Well there are two approaches to this. o­ne, say that your father worked with this company for the last 30 years and now has his own consultancy dealing with ( insert some financial or technical terms ).
    Two, Say that your father worked as Asst Mgr./Mgr./GM with some company for the past 25 years, took a VR and now has a consultancy of his own. Never show him to be idle, coz that means your income has drastically reduced and works as a negative point. Stating about the VR often helps coz then you can assure him that most of the money you have shown is yours coz usually people get huge amounts o­n taking a VR. So that does help o­n the financial grounds.

  • How many brothers and sisters do you have ?

  • What is the course commencement date ?

  • What will be the total cost of per year ?

  • What will you do during the off period / semester ?
    I will come back to see my family and friends.

  • How much money is available for your stay in Canada?

  • Have you researched your career prospects ?
    Off course. I have planned to choose any reputed multinational firm where I could learn more and more. Second at that time possibly there will be competition in jobs, if I fail to get any good job then I have plan to start my own business.


Scholarships & Financial Aid in Canada

Limited financial assistance is available for international students coming from abroad. However, some schools may offer scholarships (based o­n academic merit) specifically for foreign students. It is best to ask the student advisor at your school to see what is available. However, keep in mind that many people apply for these awards, and scholarships do not cover the entire cost of study. 


The Commonwealth Scholarship and Fellowship Plan

The Commonwealth Scholarship and Fellowship Plan enables Commonwealth students of high intellectual promise to pursue studies in Commonwealth countries. Awards comprise of travel, a living allowance, and all compulsory tuition fees.

Shastri Indo-Canadian Institute

Shastri Indo-Canadian Institute offers a number of fellowships at various levels from graduate to post-doctorate and from research and training fellowships to lectureships.

Ontario Graduate Scholarship Programme

Ontario Graduate Scholarship Programme scholarships are available to graduate students in a wide variety of disciplines. Students must have been accepted to a o­ntario university, and obtained a valid student authorization. Social Science and Humanities Research Council is Canada's funding agency for university based research and graduate training in social sciences and humanities which  embrace a wide range of disciplines and fields of knowledge.

NSERC

National Science and Engineering Research Council is a national instrument for making strategic investments in Canada's capability in science and technology. NSERC supports both basic university research through research grants and project research via partnerships of universities and industry.

National Research Council of Canada

National Research Council of Canada Research Associateships are offered to masters degree holders in engineering, and Ph.D. holders in natural science or engineering disciplines.

Quebec Provincial Government Scholarships

Quebec Provincial Government Scholarships are available to those studying in Quebec.Teaching/ Research Assistantships are assessed in the general application.Financial assistance is frequently available to students studying at the masters level and above, the amount of funding is likely to increase with the level of study. Full funding, tuition and expenses, is more common at higher levels of studies, however, each application is assessed individually o­n the basis of merit.

Graduate Courses
Students at the graduate level may qualify for teaching and research assistantships based o­n their academic abilities. Applications for this type of assistance are made through the university's financial aid office.

Types of Assistance

Merit based assistance is awarded in many forms, from tuition waivers, various types of assistantships, to fellowships.  The most common are listed here :
  1. Tuition Waiver :  This means that the student does not have to pay the tuition fees at the university. However, general fees (for the use of university facilities like the library, computers, and sports and health services) usually have to be borne by the student. A tuition waiver is frequently awarded in conjunction with a scholarship or teaching/research assistantship.

  2. Scholarship / Fellowship : This is usually an outright grant based o­n the student’s academic ability and performance. Hence, o­nly a truly outstanding student may be considered for this type of award, before enrolling at the university. A full scholarship would pay for a student’s entire living expenses at that university, whereas a partial scholarship would require additional funds from the student.

  3. Assistantship : Most students who receive assistance do so in the form of an assistantship, i.e. is usually a cash stipend, sufficient for their living expenses, and/or tuition waiver, in return for which they have to work for a maximum of 20 hours per week which normally consists of teaching and research activities. These are usually for graduate courses. Teaching assistantships are more likely to be in universities, which have large undergraduate classes whereas research assistantships tend to be more common in those fields and universities in which considerable research is going o­n. Information brochures of most universities give this information. Often, teaching and research abilities must be proved before assistantship is granted. Hence, many universities grant this o­nly after the first semester. You may also be required to take TSE (Test of Spoken English) to qualify for a teaching assistantship.

Who Should Apply?
Students will have a greater chance of getting financial aid if they :
  1. Show evidence of a high level of academic achievement

  2. Achieve high Standardized Examination scores (GRE, GMAT, TOEFL etc.)

  3. Demonstrate financial need but have private funding to cover some of the cost. Financial need is not crucial for some awards.

  4. Enroll in a field or have teaching experience in a subject offered at the undergraduate level (to increase opportunities for a teaching assistantship)

  5. Specialize in a field or have a research interest which parallels that of the department and faculty or private funding source (which increases opportunities for research assistantships and grants)

  6. Have outstanding letter of recommendation and an impressive statement of purpose.

  7. Send a sample of professional writing, published or otherwise.

Ontario Graduate Scholarship Programme

Ontario Graduate Scholarship Programme scholarships are available to graduate students in a wide variety of disciplines. Students must have been accepted to a o­ntario university, and obtained a valid student authorization. Social Science and Humanities Research Council is Canada's funding agency for university based research and graduate training in social sciences and humanities which  embrace a wide range of disciplines and fields of knowledge.

NSERC

National Science and Engineering Research Council is a national instrument for making strategic investments in Canada's capability in science and technology. NSERC supports both basic university research through research grants and project research via partnerships of universities and industry.

National Research Council of Canada

National Research Council of Canada Research Associateships are offered to masters degree holders in engineering, and Ph.D. holders in natural science or engineering disciplines.

Quebec Provincial Government Scholarships

Quebec Provincial Government Scholarships are available to those studying in Quebec.Teaching/ Research Assistantships are assessed in the general application.Financial assistance is frequently available to students studying at the masters level and above, the amount of funding is likely to increase with the level of study. Full funding, tuition and expenses, is more common at higher levels of studies, however, each application is assessed individually o­n the basis of merit.

Graduate Courses
Students at the graduate level may qualify for teaching and research assistantships based o­n their academic abilities. Applications for this type of assistance are made through the university's financial aid office.

Types of Assistance

Merit based assistance is awarded in many forms, from tuition waivers, various types of assistantships, to fellowships.  The most common are listed here :
  1. Tuition Waiver :  This means that the student does not have to pay the tuition fees at the university. However, general fees (for the use of university facilities like the library, computers, and sports and health services) usually have to be borne by the student. A tuition waiver is frequently awarded in conjunction with a scholarship or teaching/research assistantship.

  2. Scholarship / Fellowship : This is usually an outright grant based o­n the student’s academic ability and performance. Hence, o­nly a truly outstanding student may be considered for this type of award, before enrolling at the university. A full scholarship would pay for a student’s entire living expenses at that university, whereas a partial scholarship would require additional funds from the student.

  3. Assistantship : Most students who receive assistance do so in the form of an assistantship, i.e. is usually a cash stipend, sufficient for their living expenses, and/or tuition waiver, in return for which they have to work for a maximum of 20 hours per week which normally consists of teaching and research activities. These are usually for graduate courses. Teaching assistantships are more likely to be in universities, which have large undergraduate classes whereas research assistantships tend to be more common in those fields and universities in which considerable research is going o­n. Information brochures of most universities give this information. Often, teaching and research abilities must be proved before assistantship is granted. Hence, many universities grant this o­nly after the first semester. You may also be required to take TSE (Test of Spoken English) to qualify for a teaching assistantship.

Who Should Apply?
Students will have a greater chance of getting financial aid if they :
  1. Show evidence of a high level of academic achievement

  2. Achieve high Standardized Examination scores (GRE, GMAT, TOEFL etc.)

  3. Demonstrate financial need but have private funding to cover some of the cost. Financial need is not crucial for some awards.

  4. Enroll in a field or have teaching experience in a subject offered at the undergraduate level (to increase opportunities for a teaching assistantship)

  5. Specialize in a field or have a research interest which parallels that of the department and faculty or private funding source (which increases opportunities for research assistantships and grants)

  6. Have outstanding letter of recommendation and an impressive statement of purpose.

  7. Send a sample of professional writing, published or otherwise.

MBA in Canada

If you are o­ne of those who seek a high quality of life above anything else, Canada is the place for you. It has been consistently ranked by the UN as the o­ne of the best countries in the world to live in.

Having a large section of students from many diverse countries, Canada offers a truly international educational experience. Furthermore, the Canadian MBA degree is instantly recognized around the world as being of the highest standard.

And you get all this at a remarkably low cost - both in terms of cost of education in Business Schools in Canada and the cost of living. Tuition fees for international students in Business Schools in Canada are much lower than comparable countries.

Canada may just be the place of your dreams. This site gives you an extensive insight into how you can turn your dream of doing a MBA in Canada into reality.

We have information about almost all MBA programs in Canada and the entry requirements for most business schools.  

 
Featured MBA Program -
Malaspina University College, Canada

- MBA - General, Finance, International Business, Marketing
- 12 months program.
- No GMAT score required.
- No work experience required.
- International students are eligible to work in Canada.
- Low cost program - Fee - CDN $ 28,000

Click here for more information and application

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Business management programs are offered by more than 10 institutes in Canada.  This section gives a list of the universities offering an MBA program.
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