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|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 10 by Joe980: 2:24pm On Jul 11, 2016|
opia12345:Legit...get a job. Note; PGWP could only be applied for once. What most guys do is try getting a job prior to completion of program if negative, they apply for another post grad and when done they go for the 3 years PGWP. By so doing they have studied for a duration of 2 years.
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 10 by adebayoolatunji(m): 2:29pm On Jul 11, 2016|
thesoj:the company is a logistics firm that works directly with lafarge...it has a monthly income of 50million from lafarge....all other docs are available.
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 10 by TheDreamChaser: 2:31pm On Jul 11, 2016|
Thank you for that last point. I feel motivated and well ready to re-fire now
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 10 by thesoj: 2:35pm On Jul 11, 2016|
Bank statements alone won't do. You need a tax clearance or a whole lot of other documents (in addition to the bank statement) that basically serve the purpose that a tax clearance is supposed to serve. I believe the VO would prefer to see a simple verifiable document issued by the government, i.e. tax clearance.
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 10 by thesoj: 2:37pm On Jul 11, 2016|
Glad to help, bro/sis!
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 10 by amaragrace94: 2:40pm On Jul 11, 2016|
I applied on the 25th online, still awaiting medical call.....Hope for the best dear, my sch resume s 5th of sept
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 10 by Bamz(m): 2:56pm On Jul 11, 2016|
And married with fine shidren
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 10 by metrecube(m): 3:13pm On Jul 11, 2016|
Your olevel may not fly unless you can explain the 8-year study gap. send mail to program cord of mun, he will advise you better.
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 10 by bounces88: 3:14pm On Jul 11, 2016|
Thanks ,I wish you all success in your applications .
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 10 by Bamz(m): 3:27pm On Jul 11, 2016|
I assume you've submitted your app. If so, don't worry, some people on here didn't submit TCC but they would soon come and testify.
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 10 by Ajibade105(m): 3:28pm On Jul 11, 2016|
Wait a minute!... Are the VO?. You can't be sure because we still have applicant(s) who applied in March via the online route and are yet to be called for medical. #You should have just said "I guess those that applied in June..."
The way people answer questions on the thread ehn, hmmmm
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 10 by Ajibade105(m): 3:35pm On Jul 11, 2016|
Bros/madame, google is the best to provide you with answer(s) on the matter ooo. People on the thread will just make few suggestions but I trust Prof. Google, he/she will provide you with millions of information
Please, make him/her your best pal atm.
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 10 by wkkwl: 3:41pm On Jul 11, 2016|
Please who has used form a recently?which bank and have your sku recieved the fund?
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 10 by Ajibade105(m): 3:42pm On Jul 11, 2016|
Sorry about the delay. I studied Mathematics too. If you are interested in Computer related program. While not do PGC Mathematics if there is any. Mathematics has an area called scientific computing and other computer related programs. I stand to be corrected.
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 10 by chymerokay(m): 3:43pm On Jul 11, 2016|
wch 6-month school programme can someone do in canada with a 3rd class? please help.
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 10 by yemdogg: 4:07pm On Jul 11, 2016|
For those always looking for someone who will write their sop for em. This is for you.
NOBODY FIT WRITE SOP FOR ANYONE.....THE HIGHEST ANYONE CAN DO FOR YOU IS TO HELP IN REVIEWING YOUR SOP
Tips on writing a sound SOP for trv purpose:
No doubt writing a sound SOP goes a long way in determining the outcome of your visa application especially if you're going for a PGC/PGD. Below are cogent guild lines in composing a very solid statement of purpose.
First and foremost, I cannot over emphasize the importance of paragraphing. Make sure that each paragraph has a purpose to serve in your sop. And ensure that the paragraphs flow from one to another. So that the VO attending to your application will flow well with the SOP.
There's no format in writing a sound SOP however, there are basic requirements which I will try to highlight and adumbrate further below.
start by briefly introducing yourself, your academic/work background, and your present activity e.g nysc and then briefly talk about your intending program.
The first thing your sop should deal with is your reasons for choosing the program. What actually inspired your decision to pursue the program. This area is quite tricky; a lot of people make the mistake of stating generic reasons like "I have always had passion for" the VOs probably see this phrase way too much . Whatever informed your decision to pursue a program should have either economic, academic or career undertone.
The next thing you should address is your preparations for the program, is your undergrad discipline related to the intending program? Is the program available in Nigeria? Why didn't you attempt to do the program in Nigeria? In this segment you can state that you're eager to launch your career and that the program takes longer in many institutions here in Nigeria or that the program is not available in Nigeria. In doing this, do not condemn Nigeria as the vo may think you're not patrotic and that may work against you regarding home tie and trust me these Oyinbo people love patriotism to a fault. You can also state that you've tried taking some online courses but they were simply introductory and probably won't provide you with sufficient knowledge or experience needed to succeed in your career.
If the intending program is inconsistent with your academic background but it is related to your work, you should highlight the specific transferable skills and experience you have garnered over the years in your field of work that would assist or aid your transition into your intending program and subsequently after your program.
Aims, goals and Future projection;
Before you deal with this part, my advice is for you to first check your program website, most often than not, the program outcomes is usually stated in the program website. Just copy them and then build on them. Some people make the mistake of stating that after their program they would work for their father or aunty or whatever or even return back to their present place of work, as cogent as this seems, it doesn't fully describe what your goals are. Your goals should be something that can be reasonably perceived as being an achievement not just that "you intend to go back to your place of work" that's just your intention not your goals.
In addition to the above you should state what your career projections are. I.e in the next few years after your program where do you see yourself. Take for instance, you're going for marketing course in canny...you can state that your goal is to head the marketing department of 500 fortune companies or to be a well respected and recognized consultant in the field of marketing. Etc bla bla. However, you have to be very realistic taking into consideration several factors such as age; academic background and achievement etc. This will go along way to convince the VO that indeed you have a career plan and achievable goals and plan of studying in canada is not just an attempt to run away from your country .
Also, it is always advisable to highlight in one or two paragraphs what courses you're expected to learn during your program. And how the courses would add value to your career. For example; if you're going for HR, after your program, it is expected that you would have learnt the following skills; Communication and presentation skills, problem solving skills, strategic planning skills etc. This should to an extent convince the VO that indeed you have genuine interest in the program and of course the program will add value to you career wise or upgrade your already acquired knowledge and skills in your field of work.
Furthermore, you should say one or two things about the school particularly what attracted you to the school. Here you can state that you've been exchanging correspondence with the staff particularly the international admissions office of the school and some of the instructors of your program and that they're very responsive, accommodating and eager to help and you believe an environment like that would foster your academics etc. check the school website to get more information regarding the benefit of studying in the school. You'd be surprised to find that there are so many things on the website that could help you in writing a sound sop.
In case you're going for a program that is partially related to your undergrad discipline..... It is better to state in one paragraph the courses that you took during your undergrad which is directly related to your intending program. For instance if you're going for international business management but your undergrad discipline was let's say economics, ensure to check your transcript and fish out those courses you took that are directly related to your intending program. You can just state that "having taken so so courses during my undergrad, I believe I have made necessary preparations for my intending program" frankly I think this is one of the reasons why CIC request for our transcripts. It would be better if you assisted the VO in reconciling the disparity between your undergrad discipline and your intending program. Sometimes these VOs maybe too impatient to actually check if there are courses in our transcript that are related to our intending program. So better remind them of their job.
To be continued..... I am tired of typing joor.
I need a secretary.
Who even send me work sef.
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|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 10 by Nobody: 4:08pm On Jul 11, 2016|
Ajibade105:my thought on this issue. its better to use clearly related courses to our UG/WORK to apply for this TRV.Atimes the SOP of a thing might not be convincing enough.some people don't write SOPs and as long as the course is clearly/convincingly related, the VO i feel will approve such.you can still enter canada and change to whatever program in the world you like. To me the primary reason for ''Dream's'' refusal is just program mismatch.
sorry bro! cha!
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 10 by Iggynasia(f): 4:09pm On Jul 11, 2016|
Yemm dogg, why is it only you that use to reason like this
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 10 by yemdogg: 4:15pm On Jul 11, 2016|
I AM THE SPECIAL ONE
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 10 by Nworah4: 4:16pm On Jul 11, 2016|
Mr Ajibade,If u aplied in March online 4 students study permit and still haven't
Gotten it then sometine must have gone wrong
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 10 by Arcayo: 4:30pm On Jul 11, 2016|
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 10 by jargo192: 4:35pm On Jul 11, 2016|
i said paid the 14k at 145 cbn rate. now cbn rate for CAD is like 225 I hope my money would be refunded with the new rate. Thats what i mean
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 10 by jargo192: 4:39pm On Jul 11, 2016|
Guy just free canada. Like i did. Applied twice. I feel they have a number of people they wanna take per year. I have got friends who are in canada that cant process PGWP. as in their applications are being delayed. I feel the trying to discourage people from staying again with style.
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 10 by jargo192: 4:39pm On Jul 11, 2016|
just did. tx
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 10 by Nobody: 4:40pm On Jul 11, 2016|
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 10 by jargo192: 4:44pm On Jul 11, 2016|
congrats. your application seems like a perfect one especially because youre doing an MBA and u had a good bsc grade. cheers
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|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 10 by yemdogg: 4:50pm On Jul 11, 2016|
Amen o......God the almighty VO will grant each and everyone of us our trv approval.
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 10 by CassetteBoy(m): 4:52pm On Jul 11, 2016|
you have to live up to your name and not give up. first thing, defer the admission to winter. then let the gcms come in
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 10 by Iggynasia(f): 5:02pm On Jul 11, 2016|
I have a Confession!!!
Its been two weeks since my application
And it already feels like 2months.... #Sigh... I can imagine how people 2months longer in waiting feel.
We hope for the best.
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 10 by Ajibade105(m): 5:05pm On Jul 11, 2016|
That wasn't the reply of the question I ask ya...#You can't clearly say, something went wrong on someone's application when you are an applicant like any other person on the thread. We all know that online route is taking forever.
All am saying is; any reason(s) or anything you say on this thread is called 'advise or advice'. Please, join the train of the waiting list and get enough chill pills with me.
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 10 by bounces88: 5:09pm On Jul 11, 2016|
Yeah perfect indeed , thanks
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 10 by Nobody: 5:10pm On Jul 11, 2016|
TRUELY i am vexing for IRCC/CIC. if they want to refuse an apllication they should let it be in less than A MONTH if the app is not eligible for approval. why would they keep an app for 14wks and later becomes refused. what in H**L are they processing.these people no get conscience at all. i go begin visit Australian study visa thread in preparation for back up. what the f**k is this bulls**t
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