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|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 7 by Oseni007(m): 6:09pm On Apr 29, 2015|
They will b open 4 business
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 7 by justwise(m): 6:15pm On Apr 29, 2015|
Thanks for your undemanding
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 7 by CoCoLav(f): 6:19pm On Apr 29, 2015|
Please for those in Ottawa/Ontario province...ogasiga, kroner, redribs et all, how much is the cost of living for a month all things being equal. I am trying to fill my form and I put $6000 in the column that says 'other' under funds available for tuition, room and board etc.My dad says I should clarify and not just put any figure
Lastly, pls I know you guys have said this before but just so my father will see it ....the funds to be written on the form are just for one year of stay right...like the tuition and other things are not for the entire duration but just one year.
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 7 by Finestlex(m): 6:24pm On Apr 29, 2015|
abass and Oseni007... what's good
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 7 by Siga: 6:51pm On Apr 29, 2015|
soji0509:... Replied since yesterday sir...
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 7 by Siga: 6:55pm On Apr 29, 2015|
CoCoLav:... Cost of living ranges... Accommodation as well... if ur school has boarding facility... will advise u use their figure... If u wanna rent outside... it depends on the actually location of ur school... Ottawa is huge... but if Ottawa city or close... rent can be from $350 to $500 a month... Ottawa guys... Please correct me if I am wrong... I will say living expenses for a month can be between $500 to $700... thats considering u have bus pass and u hardly eat out...
Other funds... most people put a year estimate... or duration of their program... I will say anything over $5000 is ok...
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 7 by Finestlex(m): 6:55pm On Apr 29, 2015|
Deedee0 whats up
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 7 by physsy(f): 7:09pm On Apr 29, 2015|
Am not working ooo and I have never worked aside NYsC
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 7 by Bennet642k2(m): 7:16pm On Apr 29, 2015|
physsy:are currently undergoing ur NYSC or wen did u finish. Also did u notarized any document u submitted.
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 7 by Onyeoma3: 7:34pm On Apr 29, 2015|
All correct Boss... Rent is ideal between 350-700 depending on the distance to school, school area being in downtown is normally more expensive.
The estimation of expenses is per year, say Tuition - 14, 500, room and board - 6,000 & other - 4,500 : Total - $25k... And let the cost of funds available be slightly higher than the estimated figure (27500).
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 7 by gabrola: 7:57pm On Apr 29, 2015|
physsy:congrats..please did u include ur sponsor's source of income lik employment or business doc?
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 7 by SeyiMiilan: 7:59pm On Apr 29, 2015|
Good evening guys. If u plan on compressing ur documents, pls use NXpowerlite desktop 6. D aPplication works fine...
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 7 by CoCoLav(f): 8:00pm On Apr 29, 2015|
@Siga and Onyeoma3 thank you!
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 7 by luvly3(f): 8:16pm On Apr 29, 2015|
[quote author=Onyeoma3 post=33234236]
I doubt the possibility of him getting admitted into M. Eng in Chemical engineering @uOttawa with that cgpa, it's quite low, not competitive enough per se ...[/quote
The requirement for Nigeria says 2nd class lower, don't see y he should not apply
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 7 by Mcjimmy(m): 8:17pm On Apr 29, 2015|
@benet if u are currently working u have no problem. U just have to let ur employer write a study leave letter approval for u with a the company's letter head paper.then u include it in ur app. Shikena
Note ur employer must state u role in the company and how u are being payed.
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 7 by Nobody: 9:20pm On Apr 29, 2015|
@SeyiMilan..am applying via paper route...i av filled all the forms except for this IMM 5832E dat is confusing dont knw whether to fill by hand or type...it has the student questionaire form in it...pls those who av submitted..i need advice..thanks while awaiting ur responses
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 7 by Oseni007(m): 9:33pm On Apr 29, 2015|
The IMM 5832E is the Instruction Kit/guide for filling the other forms. The forms u need to submit 4 paper application is (1)The Study Questionaire,(2)The family composition form,(3)Application for study permit made outside of canada(4)The document checklist(5)Schedule 1(if applicable)...*I stand to be corrected*
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 7 by Onyeoma3: 9:39pm On Apr 29, 2015|
[quote author=luvly3 post=33249000][/quote]
Link please... The admission requirement I know of is 70% which is a 2.1
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 7 by soji0509: 10:04pm On Apr 29, 2015|
Really ! Forgive me sir. It must have gone to my spam box.
Thanks and Cheers always
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 7 by herkenorlar: 11:13pm On Apr 29, 2015|
This is really funny, so did they think, one who travelled to UAE and the likes went on foot?, or everybody must travel to USA and UK before applying for study permit?... crap!
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 7 by Bennet642k2(m): 11:47pm On Apr 29, 2015|
Mcjimmy:I intend to request for reference letter which will specify my role in the company but my payment is been made by cash.
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 7 by Siga: 11:51pm On Apr 29, 2015|
herkenorlar:... And why would u believe such statement? ... People who have been to UK and other European countries have been denied with one of the reasons been travel history....
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 7 by modskiller(m): 12:55am On Apr 30, 2015|
SeyiMiilan:may God bless you abundantly.
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 7 by luvly3(f): 1:09am On Apr 30, 2015|
Here's your link.. http://www.grad.uottawa.ca/Default.aspx?tabid=3798&moncontrol=DisplayEqui&country=Nigeria#display
If you check the admissions page, it gives different countries minimum requirements, check what it says for Nigeria...... A friend of mine with an average of 66% just got admitted into M. Eng Chemical Engineering.
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 7 by Onyeoma3: 2:06am On Apr 30, 2015|
What you posted is from the website of FGPS while I got my info from the Departmental website.
Generally, the FGPS is more divergent to accommodate the whole departments (don't rule out the fact that some departments are more competitive than others), while the respective departments are more convergent.
The only condition that can make the Dept go with someone with a 2.2 is if the last 10 courses (30 credit units) or last 2 years of program are above 3.5 (in which case, your friend crossed the pass mark). Most schools in Canada consider the last 2 years of an applicant's undergraduate based on the conception that he /she has specialized a bit at those levels, and can cope in the intended postgraduate program
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 7 by TempusQ(m): 2:36am On Apr 30, 2015|
I've actually been going through peoples post on this thread and it marvels me how good some individuals can be in helping out in cases like travelling abroad. May you be rewarded abundantly.
Although, it's my first time to seek for advice in nairaland, I hope the gurus in the house can help me out on it.
I've gotten my acceptance letter from a College in Toronto for a Graduate Certicate program in Supply Chain Management.
I've a B.Tech in Transport Management Technology (Option: Logistics Management) and 28 of age.
I can provide Job Offer Letter and 3-6 months payslip, but won't be able to provide my personal SOA because it's nothing to show for it.
I want to use someone that's not related to me but base in UK as my main sponsor and use my blood brother's land purchase receipts as Co-sponsor, but won't be able to provide any other supporting doc like affidavit from my brother apart from his passport data page because he stays abroad and believe you me no need to provide his own SOA due to low balance (he prefers landed property to keeping cash in the bank).
My humble questions:
1) The rate at which going for Graduate Certificate Program in a College can fetch one TRV
2) The effect of my age and achievement in granting TRV
3) How bad is using a not related person as a main sponsor?
4) The positive/negative effect of using someone who base in UK as main sponsor
5) Is providing just my brother's scanned passport data page and his land purchase receipts as co-sponsor doc. good enough?
6) Is it mandatory to provide my own SOA?
7) Knowing too well my degree and current job go in line with my prospective program, I really need like 2-3 samples of how SOP looks like in
order to draft a good one to back up my claims.
Thanks in anticipation.
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 7 by physsy(f): 6:53am On Apr 30, 2015|
Please lots of people has been sending me messages on this nairaland but can't get to view them each time I click the link sent to my mail to view..
What could be the problem? I get something like this in my mail box
...........would like to send you an email message, but since you're not connected, you'll need to contact .......... by replying this email.
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 7 by amakaffy: 7:23am On Apr 30, 2015|
Hello hos... am new here., pls do I need to write SOP for paper route? I just got my loa ND I wana proceed for the application... thank u, Allah favor on us all!
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 7 by Ugochux(m): 7:30am On Apr 30, 2015|
Log in to ur email and reply d messages..just check inbox, u wl see d messages..
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 7 by gabrola: 7:43am On Apr 30, 2015|
physsy:bro click on reply! you can reply by saying "hello". abeg im also on the queue
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