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|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 10 by Marcus01: 7:26pm On May 22, 2016|
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 10 by SKINNYBADGUY: 7:34pm On May 22, 2016|
[quote author=Marcus01 post=45867675]Good evening everybody. I'm very confused right now. I finished with a third class in Biochemistry. I felt there was no hope anymore so I picked an undergraduate course again. But I was denied visa based on purpose of visit. Someone said I should have picked something higher than undergraduate but there are no schools for third class graduates. Is it that there's no hope for someone that finished with a third class? Please advise me. What do you think I can apply for? @thesoj, @skinnybadguy, @justwise @hayqinsbFX @breadandbeans [
Not sure of Canadian schools but i know some US institutions do accept third class for postgraduate courses. I can contact a friend to confirm again, only if your interested in US.
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 10 by Marcus01: 7:36pm On May 22, 2016|
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 10 by wine4dguy: 7:39pm On May 22, 2016|
Governoryomi:the course was slated for 8 months and the cost is 15k Canadian dollars
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 10 by penitential(m): 8:15pm On May 22, 2016|
I also I tried applying to an undergraduate study in civil engineering to different schools in canada to obtain my B.ENG. I was specifically told by the admission officer of one of the schools I applied to he said and I quote "even if I give you admission, my people at the embassy will not give you visa. They will not see any reason why a graduate want to go and start over again. They will believe you want to go and never come back.they Will never give you visa. I will advise you go got PGD". After that, I was later told that undergraduate visa is usually given to age between 17 - 21 years of age. So my plan is to go for a post graduate diploma in my course which is two years program after which I applied for study visa with my post graduate admission letter. Once am in Canada, i will apply as a transfer student into the university for my B.ENG. it is easier to extend your study permit there than applying for a study permit with undergraduate admission letter after graduation. You can try Algonquin college in Ottawa for post graduate diploma.
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 10 by Bleuocean: 8:39pm On May 22, 2016|
Between Fanshawe and Conestoga college which will you prefer guys? They both have my program.
pls suggestion are needed
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 10 by Governoryomi: 9:06pm On May 22, 2016|
I mean how long did it take b4 u got ur admission letter after applying. How much did they ask u 2 pay out of ur skol fees
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 10 by lawmerchant: 9:36pm On May 22, 2016|
you should first obtain your GCMS notes to get a more detailed reason for the initial refusal b4 you start considering solutions.
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 10 by KayPapi: 9:44pm On May 22, 2016|
Anyone going to Conestoga this Sept? Did you pay full fees or part before applying for visa? Urgent Please
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 10 by penitential(m): 10:05pm On May 22, 2016|
You just have to pay 1,500CAD not later than 15th June...... then you pay the balance not later than 5th September before resumption.
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 10 by penitential(m): 10:07pm On May 22, 2016|
Go for conestoga.
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 10 by bjmme: 10:09pm On May 22, 2016|
Bleuocean:Both are good,choose one for yourself.
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 10 by Iyalodeofcanada: 10:15pm On May 22, 2016|
I need advise from anyone who knows how sowp works please. Thanks
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 10 by Mizbaby(f): 10:20pm On May 22, 2016|
Congratulations dear. Women traveling with children have gotten their trv. Even those traveling with spouse, children, infact their entire family to study have not been delayed if they can show proof of enough funds to support them. So check how much money you submitted in your application as available funds. Is it enough to support a dependent ( I think it's plus 4,000 cad a year, I'm not sure), also medical costs (even if you might have insurance)? Therein lies your answer on whether you will be granted trv or not.
I wish you all the best!
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 10 by Rickywowoz: 10:25pm On May 22, 2016|
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 10 by PlaybooyGANG(m): 10:28pm On May 22, 2016|
So nobody go answer me ba? Una well done
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 10 by KayPapi: 10:33pm On May 22, 2016|
Where do you get this info from ?
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 10 by wayaa007(m): 10:35pm On May 22, 2016|
PlaybooyGANG:Google is your friend sir, MUN is d cheapest u will see in Canada, search all universities in Canada. You will know the cheapest.
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 10 by bjmme: 10:43pm On May 22, 2016|
KayPapi:Kay,is on their website,you will pay$1,500 to secure ur sit,and 200 dolls will be returned if one's denied,if you get there you can pay the remaining
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 10 by wine4dguy: 10:46pm On May 22, 2016|
Governoryomi:2 weeks 7500 Cdols
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 10 by bjmme: 10:49pm On May 22, 2016|
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 10 by bosypumpin: 10:53pm On May 22, 2016|
late July or 1st week of August
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 10 by yemdogg: 10:54pm On May 22, 2016|
Check University Of Manitoba and University of Ottawa.
Those schools are cheap for graduate studies.
Your last two years GPA is very important for University of Manitoba. You should have minimum of 3.0/4.0 in the last two years of study.
If you're self-sponsored then you should consider having $10k in addition to your tuition fee.
Most graduate schools in Canada offer either fellowship or teaching assistantship as scholarship. You should consider applying on time to be eligible for scholarships.
Try to apply for thesis masters if you're looking for scholarships. Course based masters don't usually attract scholarships.
University of Ottawa offers 15k Cad as scholarship mostly for thesis master students.
Their tution range from 6k-7k cad for a session.
Your supporting documents are very important.
Depending on yourprogram; you'll need the following;
1. Statements of intent
2. Research proposal (500words for u of Ottawa)
3. Two reference letters depending on your program.
Maximum of 3.
4. Your CV
5. Official transcript.
Your cgpa is important but what is more important is your cover letter or letter of intent, with that you can explain why you had bad grades in one or two semesters.
Your research proposal is also very important. Work on it very well. Make sure you check departmental website to see if the institution has a supervisor that is vast in your area of research interest. Cos if they don't have supervisor in your area of interest, no matter how high your cgpa is or how sound your research proposal is, you would be denied admission.
It happened to me, I was denied admission to u Of Manitoba cos the department was unable to secure a supervisor that was ready to take me.
So make sure you contact a potential supervisor. Tell him your research interest. Show him that you're passionate about it .
Finally pray to God.
I hope I am able to help.
Opinions of others gurus like justwise,haqinsfxb are needed on this too.
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 10 by Will83: 10:59pm On May 22, 2016|
House has anyone gotten his / her Trv without an approval mail 4 paper route applicants going 4 pgd/pgc
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 10 by Will83: 11:01pm On May 22, 2016|
Please has anyone gotten his / her Trv paper route without an approval mail??
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 10 by KayPapi: 11:03pm On May 22, 2016|
Originally we required Nigerian students to pay the full tuition fees , however now you can just pay for once semester, it is approximately $7,200.00 .
An official invoice will be found in your student portal, under the financial tab.
After payment , it takes 7-10 business days for us to receive your payment and issue a "Confimation" Letter. This letter can be used along with the letter of acceptance to apply for a visa.
International Admissions Team
The International Education Office
Conestoga College Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning
299 Doon Valley Drive, Kitchener, ON N2G 4M4
(519) 748-5220 Ext. 3307
Sent from my iPhone
Got this reply from the college;
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 10 by PlaybooyGANG(m): 12:32am On May 23, 2016|
yemdogg:Thanks bro... quite explanatory. Tried contacting a supervisor in U of M, he didnt even reply my email till now, since last week. So I lost hope in U of M, I will try ottawa now. Thanks.
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 10 by kennykentipsy: 1:09am On May 23, 2016|
[quote author=SKINNYBADGUY post=45872347][/quote]
conestoga and niagara colege accept third class bro...
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 10 by kennykentipsy: 1:13am On May 23, 2016|
for job opportunities i would prefer conestoga
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 10 by Finestlex(m): 2:30am On May 23, 2016|
hi, when i applied, i had no idea that one is suppose to pay for accommodation. when i got here, i didn't know anyone, no one picked me from airport cos i didn't know you could contact and make arrangement with your school. i checked into a hotel for 3weeks before i could find my own place. spent almost 400k in that 3wks. it was really tough. i knew it was gonna be tough so i had to make sure i was ready financially. i was called a monkey while trying to get a house in Toronto, abi na accent barrier? but looking back now, it made me keep my head up and rolling my dice well. am in my 2nd semester of my 2nd program. anyone coming to seneca college Newnham, holla at your boy so i can assist in any little way. firstname.lastname@example.org its advisable not to pay for accommodation when you've not gotten your visa. staying off campus is far cheaper than Seneca residence. every knowledge i had before my application came from nairaland family (chrigo, missbon, amefrica, PHYZ, and justwise) whoever emails me for info, am gonna reply you and as well paste your question and my reply on nairaland so others can learn. Toronto aka Tdot is a sweet city, jobs, beautiful ladies etc #smiles. God bless our hustle everyday< Amen (2) when you fire your visa app and you called up for medicals, drink a lot of water 3days before you go so you can pee always in order to throway all the malaria in your system. i was scared when i did mine which is normal, my BP even nack 142 over something which was cos i was nervous, but trust me, just relax and have it done and everything would be fine. i know this thread is a lot but if newbies can read part 1 to 5 only, you'll have every info you need, no question is stupid, always feel free to ask, we all here to learn and encourage one another. BLESS!!
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 10 by justicia: 4:40am On May 23, 2016|
Finestlex:Oga finestlex, where you dey for Toronto. I dey Toronto, Finch and Sentinel, close to York University. We fit hook up.
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 10 by GrandCommander: 5:15am On May 23, 2016|
Thanks for this info dat u posted here. Just wanted to ask about homestay. How good is it in terms of cost, etc.
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