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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by Frankrobbn1: 10:53pm On Jul 31
Onweke:
@Frankrobbn, Boss I greet you. After trying to compress my documents to get the below or 4MB specification most seemed blur but I could not help it because I had just one day to submit my application or risk my profile to expire. I hope it's not a red flag to submit BLUR documents ?

Documents can be BLUR and still be readable by the visa officer. To be honest with you, there are applicants I know who bothered themselves about submitting blur documents to IRCC but later got their VISA approved. Once the documents are clear to an extent, I don't think it's worth being worried about. You've done your part as a human, its time you commit your application into the hands of the creator to take absolute control of the visa officer's discretion.



It will end in praise.

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by Rubbie21: 11:00pm On Jul 31
You are truly an inspiration! I've read few of your post and you don't hesitate to encourage people on how not to give up. Applying to 4 schools isn't cheap, reaching out to 60 supervisors isn't for the faint hearted ...from checking mails constantly just to see if at least one of them responded, the mental attachment coupled with the disappointment of not hearing from them. Congratulations on conquering all, I am very inspired and I hope I'll be able to reach out to you personally soon. Welldone �����
Osemigho:


If I were in your shoes, my unordered options that may not apply to you will be;

1. Stick to the plan and see if I can use the school email or an official letter to get a travel exemption after visa. You will need a solid quarantine plan to enter finally.

2. Get Visa and defer to 2021 if I can guarantee a travel exemption. I Won’t say September 2021 is a no no. I will ask myself how I can secure it.

3. Get visa, defer program, change program to another winter program.

Your work is to figure out your options and continue to strike out the outdated ones as time and situation changes. However, never say never because waiting till next year might work in your favor.

If I had gotten admission and come to Canada in 2016, I wont have become PR in 2017 and probably won’t be by now. I was deeply saddened that I couldn’t get a masters admission with all my efforts and fall 2016 application to about 4 schools. A fellow nairalander stylishly mocked me for it. In fact, I quit all together until my undergraduate supervisor in Nigeria encouraged me to try again.

I returned with another name and refired. Emailed about sixty supervisors and had about 8 yes in about 5 schools. I applied to 4 schools and got full scholarship in one. I stumbled upon express entry thread around January 2017 and started reading it. The most fruitful part of my journey here was after that my denial in 2016 because I also used that one year to gather experience and knowledge to apply for PR. Those who mock me then actually came back to ask how I got my PR. Hahaha. Today, I am thinking of when to apply for citizenship not PR.

Never say never. Always think of how you can I do it better. All the best.


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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by NwanyiOkpa(f): 11:05pm On Jul 31
Tonyodg:
The upfront medical done was his own choice not instructed by IRCC. But today he got IRCCs instruction to submit his medical which he notified them through a webform he had already done, so makes the process faster.

oh okay

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by MadeMan01(m): 11:07pm On Jul 31
Frankrobbn1:



Please can you confirm when you submitted this application and if IRCC has at any point requested for any additional documents from you during the course of processing your visa?

Background check: Not Applicable (NA1) - can only be seen once you submit an application to IRCC and receive an acknowledgement email. Sometimes as on a very rare phenomenon this status will generally not change until your medical results are reviewed and validated.


It will end in praise.
Hi @Frankrobbn
I submitted July 21st, 2020. Got biometric request July 22,. Yet to do medical. Have not got medical request. For admission in spring (May)2021
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by Alfred2000: 11:33pm On Jul 31
Please can i self sponsor with an account of 8m? Am curious.


1) These are affordable and cheap universities in Canada:
1.Brandon University, Manitoba
2.Canadian Mennonite University, Manitoba
3.Dominican University College, Ottawa
4.Memorial University of Newfoundland
5.Simon Fraser University, British Columbia
6.University of Prince Edward Island
7.University of Winnipeg, Manitoba
8.University of New Brunswick
9.University of St. Paul, Ontario
10.Southern Alberta Institute of Technology, Alberta
11.University of Saskatchewan


2) u will need to visit the schs. website to know their application fees and tuition fees

3) Well.. It depends but advisably , ur Sponsor should have more money to sponsor u

4)Nobody can assure u of ur chance of securing a visa . But if u ask questions, and craft ur application well, u stand a chance of securing a visa..
Just make sure u ask questions in d forum and share ur profile (documents) when u are on the verge of submitting so as it to know if u are good to go or there are somethings u need to add or remove

Good luck[/quote]

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by Tonyodg: 12:32am On Aug 01
AUGUST MONTH OF APPROVALS cheesy

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by GreatMage: 12:57am On Aug 01
Please I would like to know the tuition fee for first year students in Wilfrid Laurier University; especially in computer science.

I checked the school website and saw 4750 dollars while other sites that have detailed info said CAD 22,000...

Please anyone that have studied or is schooling there should help a brother.
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by Alfred2000: 1:49am On Aug 01
Qudkom:

Your CGPA is a quit low to be considering msc program in Canada. The msc programs are very competitive so I think a Graduate Certificate program will be a good fit for you. Also you can make use of 2 sponsors it only makes your application strong. You can also declare you have family members in Canada it improves your ties to Canada.

Please can you help advise me in what’s best to do since you saying his/her GP of 3.57 is low. I actually graduated with a GP of 3.55 in chemistry which is a 4 year course and of course that’s a 2:1...In my own case i am currently running my masters in china and am due for graduation by next year june. My plan is to relocate to Canada maybe with my wife but my concern is this: would it safe to apply for another msc in a different field of chemistry with my masters degree from china or is it better i just ignore that one and simply apply for masters degree with my bsc from Nigeria? Or would be an addeed advantage to apply for PHd since i would be bagging a masters degree soon. Although am not ready for a PHD yet but i find out its a lot cheaper in tuition cost than bsc or masters?
Finally after paying my first tuition fee, will having 8mill in naira be enough for POF?
Thanks in anticipation to the replies and feedback am about to get!
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by Bestvibe2020: 2:36am On Aug 01
Please what does background check not applicable status mean, it was initially reading background check processing then it updated to not applicable .

Frankrobbn1:



In restropect to my post about Background Checks and ELIGIBILITY review, it doesn't take the visa officer a long time to pass an applicant's ELIGIBILITY. As a matter of fact the time consuming stage of every immigration process to Canada is the Background Check, which consists of the criminality and security checks. ELIGIBILITY review can be completed within the space of hours, days or weeks depending on the workload of the visa officer responsible for the application. Mind you, IRCC are becoming faster for study visa processing so that international students can register for their fall 2020 courses and begin studies from their home country. International students were named as key drivers in economic and demographic growth, which are important to Canada’s economic recovery and long-term success. Thus why Canada can't allow the novel COVID-19 pandemic affect one of the major contributor of her economy.


It will end in praise.
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by femilong: 2:45am On Aug 01
I applied for Canadian study visa through an agent.He only requested for a statement of account and then my sop.After seeing the list of documents requirements here,I don't know what to think anymore.Is it possible to apply for study visa for an undergraduate course with just those two documents added to my admission letter?



Please enlighten me
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by Bestvibe2020: 2:51am On Aug 01
Good morning Sir, please I fall under this same category and I submitted my application for fall 2020 on the 23rd of July., I was only asked to do my biometrics on 25th july
Frankrobbn1:



Please can you confirm when you submitted this application and if IRCC has at any point requested for any additional documents from you during the course of processing your visa?

Background check: Not Applicable (NA1) - can only be seen once you submit an application to IRCC and receive an acknowledgement email. Sometimes as on a very rare phenomenon this status will generally not change until your medical results are reviewed and validated.


It will end in praise.
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by SKEPTA: 3:07am On Aug 01
Lekiboboe:
No be lie @Tonydog cool

I can' tell it's a Positive Feedback u got from IRCC wink

My take on this ,
I feel decisions are based on how a visa officer view documents, the visa officer in charge of one's application and the documents an Applicant showed.

For example,
Normally one would feel since an Applicant who applied in June , he/she should av gotten a Medical request by Now,
.but u can see what has bin happening lately but no they Haven't, only few have gotten

Some applicants who applied First week of July av gotten medical requests..

Advisably , Applicants should fulfil all righteousness in their application before submission and back it with up Prayers..

And as usual ,at the end, Nothing but PRAISES!!!!!!

yeah, I just think everyone should submit as many relevant documents as possible,for example I submitted the birth certificate of all my other family members,also a few family pictures to show strong home ties .Basically just submit documents that will strengthen any claim you make.
I believe this month will be a great month on this forum by God’s grace

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by Lekiboboe: 4:26am On Aug 01
SKEPTA:


yeah, I just think everyone should submit as many relevant documents as possible,for example I submitted the birth certificate of all my other family members,also a few family pictures to show strong home ties .Basically just submit documents that will strengthen any claim you make.
I believe this month will be a great month on this forum by God’s grace
AMEN!!!!!!!!!!
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by Onweke: 5:51am On Aug 01
Frankrobbn1:


Documents can be BLUR and still be readable by the visa officer. To be honest with you, there are applicants I know who bothered themselves about submitting blur documents to IRCC but later got their VISA approved. Once the documents are clear to an extent, I don't think it's worth being worried about. You've done your part as a human, its time you commit your application into the hands of the creator to take absolute control of the visa officer's discretion.



It will end in praise.

Exactly what I always want to hear at this time. I already have committed it to the hands of the Creator. Prayer is the key. I have hope that makes not ashamed; because the love of God is shed abroad in our hearts by the Holy Ghost which is given unto us . Only God can turn mistake to miracle. Thanks boss @Frankrobbn. You always inspire me.
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by Lekiboboe: 8:29am On Aug 01
Alfred2000:
Please can i self sponsor with an account of 8m? Am curious.


1) These are affordable and cheap universities in Canada:
1.Brandon University, Manitoba
2.Canadian Mennonite University, Manitoba
3.Dominican University College, Ottawa
4.Memorial University of Newfoundland
5.Simon Fraser University, British Columbia
6.University of Prince Edward Island
7.University of Winnipeg, Manitoba
8.University of New Brunswick
9.University of St. Paul, Ontario
10.Southern Alberta Institute of Technology, Alberta
11.University of Saskatchewan


2) u will need to visit the schs. website to know their application fees and tuition fees

3) Well.. It depends but advisably , ur Sponsor should have more money to sponsor u

4)Nobody can assure u of ur chance of securing a visa . But if u ask questions, and craft ur application well, u stand a chance of securing a visa..
Just make sure u ask questions in d forum and share ur profile (documents) when u are on the verge of submitting so as it to know if u are good to go or there are somethings u need to add or remove

Good luck
Apart from the Compulsory 1-year Living expenses of at least $10,000 CAD u need to show,
the Tuition fee for the program u applied to is also a determining factor to know if the 8million will be enough for ur self-sponsorship or not

All u have to do is to,
Convert the tuition fee of ur program for international student from Canadian Dollar (CAD) to Naira

Visit the link below for Currency Conversion Canadian Dollar to Naira, Naira to Canadian Dollar
https://www1.oanda.com/currency/converter/

The Amount u arrive at in Naira, add it up with the 1-year Living Expenses i.e the $10,000CAD which is around 2.9 million to 3 million add it to ur tuition fee in Naira, then u would know if 8 million is enough or not.

Note that atimes the total amount u arrive at can be different and tend to change,
cos of daily fluctuations of exchange rates (Most esp. $ USD) and Bank Rates at which foreign currencies are being sold

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by NairaLuck: 9:06am On Aug 01
GreatMage:
Please I would like to know the tuition fee for first year students in Wilfrid Laurier University; especially in computer science.

I checked the school website and saw 4750 dollars while other sites that have detailed info said CAD 22,000...

Please anyone that have studied or is schooling there should help a brother.
I feel the price you saw (4750) is for domestic students.
Usually, International students pay X4 or more of what domestic students pay so multiply it by 4 to have an idea of what you are paying.
Meanwhile, please go through the schools website again there's a column for international fees.

I stand to be corrected


Edit: I just checked the schools website for breakdown

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by LegitBoyy: 9:17am On Aug 01
Lekiboboe:

Well I will say its 50/50,
cos as at today, the processing time for Nigerian Applicants Outside Canada (in Nigeria) is 25 Weeks, Quite Weird grin
and it is bin stated by IRCC that they are processing study visa For Fall Intakes till SEPTEMBER 15

and these are the following Application processing phase by IRCC

Phase 1
- Letter Of Acceptance
- Proof of Funds
- Ties to home Country

Phase 2
- Medical Exam
- Police Certificate
- Biometrics

My own suggestion,
if u apply and u are not able to have a VISA Decision before SEPTEMBER 2020, then u will have no choice than to defer to JANUARY 2021 Winter, that's if ur program has that intake or ur school instruct u to do so,
and
it also depends on what the international Dept. Or Program Coordinator/Supervio Of ur school has to say as regards this, cos there are students for fall 2020 intake whose program is not Virtual, and they have to inform students to defer to Fall 2021 cos of the uncertainty of lifting Travel Restrictions


Do await more response to this question u asked for more inputs

All da best!!!!!

HI, please can you recommend a suitable school for me? I have 3m for fees.
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by Lekiboboe: 9:44am On Aug 01
LegitBoyy:


HI, please can you recommend a suitable school for me? I have 3m for fees.
No I can't, u will av to do a research on that cos the program u intend to do would likely not be in all schools in Canada.

3 million for Tuition fee is around
$10,332.9 (CAD)


Check out the following cheap schools (Universities & College) for the program that relates to ur former degree and check their international tuition fee amount for the program

Universities, Masters
1.Brandon University, Manitoba
2.Canadian Mennonite University, Manitoba
3.Dominican University College, Ottawa
4.Memorial University of Newfoundland
5.Simon Fraser University, British Columbia
6.University of Prince Edward Island
7.University of Winnipeg, Manitoba
8.University of New Brunswick
9.University of St. Paul, Ontario
10.Southern Alberta Institute of Technology, Alberta
11.University of Saskatchewan

Colleges, PGD/PGC
Holland College (Prince Edward Island)
https://www.hollandcollege.com/

New Brunswick Community College - (New Brunswick)
https://nbcc.ca/tuition-fees

Bow Valley College (Alberta)
- https://bowvalleycollege.ca

Confederation College -( Ontario) http://www.confederationcollege.ca

Naigara College - (ONTARIO)
https://www.niagaracollege.ca

Camosun College - (British Columbia)
http://camosun.ca

Lethbridge College - (Alberta)
https://lethbridgecollege.ca

Vanier College - (Montreal , Quebec)
http://www.vaniercollege.qc.ca/mikete...

Fanshawe College (Ontario)
- https://www.fanshawec.ca

Selkirk College (British Columbia)
- http://www.selkirk.ca

Loyalist College - (Ontario)
https://www.loyalistcollege.com

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by GreatMage: 10:09am On Aug 01
NairaLuck:

I feel the price you saw (4750) is for domestic students.
Usually, International students pay X4 or more of what domestic students pay so multiply it by 4 to have an idea of what you are paying.
Meanwhile, please go through the schools website again there's a column for international fees.

I stand to be corrected


Edit: I just checked the schools website for breakdown

Thanks
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by TimAke: 10:27am On Aug 01
Good morning guys.

After a delayed response , my supervisor finally sent me a letter with a breakdown of funding I’ll receive as a GTA. I would like to attach this document to my already submitted via the web form to strengthen my POF. Is this okay?

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by Alfred2000: 10:52am On Aug 01
Thanks for the feedback. So what can you say about the part where i mentioned that i will be graduating from a masters degree in chemistry next year. Is it an added advantage to re apply for masters in canada with my masters degree transcript or simply just appply with my bsc from Nigeria?

Apart from the Compulsory 1-year Living expenses of at least $10,000 CAD u need to show,
the Tuition fee for the program u applied to is also a determining factor to know if the 8million will be enough for ur self-sponsorship or not

All u have to do is to,
Convert the tuition fee of ur program for international student from Canadian Dollar (CAD) to Naira

Visit the link below for Currency Conversion Canadian Dollar to Naira, Naira to Canadian Dollar
https://www1.oanda.com/currency/converter/

The Amount u arrive at in Naira, add it up with the 1-year Living Expenses i.e the $10,000CAD which is around 2.9 million to 3 million add it to ur tuition fee in Naira, then u would know if 8 million is enough or not.

Note that atimes the total amount u arrive at can be different and tend to change,
cos of daily fluctuations of exchange rates (Most esp. $ USD) and Bank Rates at which foreign currencies are being sold



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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by Sanovsky007(m): 10:59am On Aug 01
please when did your apply and when did your eligibility review start?

SKEPTA:
Good afternoon everyone,
I got the following message(screenshot below) from IRCC for my study permit application.I don’t understand it.
Because my background check and eligibility check are still under review.
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by fratermathy(m): 11:26am On Aug 01
TimAke:
Good morning guys.

After a delayed response , my supervisor finally sent me a letter with a breakdown of funding I’ll receive as a GTA. I would like to attach this document to my already submitted via the web form to strengthen my POF. Is this okay?

You should do that ASAP. Has your eligibility review started?
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by Nomsy33(f): 11:26am On Aug 01
Lekiboboe:

No u can't apply with ur PHONE

Compulsorily, You need a PC or a Laptop, cos u would need to use an ADOBE READER (Latest version) to fill ur IMM Forms

Try visit the link below
https://www.nairaland.com/5818588/canadian-student-visa-thread-part/28

Scroll down and you would see videos with step by step guides on how to apply online for a study permit

In addition,
For Tips on How to Apply for a Canada Study Visa
Visit the following pages , Page 1, 132, 111, 73, 116, 144, 145, 67
thanks, can I send you a mail.
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by Lekiboboe: 11:28am On Aug 01
Nomsy33:
thanks, can I send you a mail.
U are Welcome, Yes....
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by TimAke: 11:38am On Aug 01
fratermathy:


You should do that ASAP. Has your eligibility review started?
Done! Thanks you. Yes, it’s been on eligibility review for a while now.
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by fratermathy(m): 11:53am On Aug 01
TimAke:
Done! Thanks you. Yes, it’s been on eligibility review for a while now.

Get ready for medical request. Fingers crossed.

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by Lekiboboe: 11:59am On Aug 01
Alfred2000:
Thanks for the feedback. So what can you say about the part where i mentioned that i will be graduating from a masters degree in chemistry next year. Is it an added advantage to re apply for masters in canada with my masters degree transcript or simply just appply with my bsc from Nigeria?

Well...well...well!!!
the only advantage I see here is to use ur Masters Degree in Chemistry Transcript to apply for PH.D in Chemistry or Chemistry related program, cos that's a career progression

Going for another masters doesn't show any progression most especially to a VISA OFFICER when u submit ur Canada Study Visa Application.
But
its possible to do another Masters, in this case, u have to give a very cogent reason to the VISA Officer (in your Statement of Purpose -SOP) on why u are going for another masters degree instead of a PH.D program
e.g. Probably there is a research work u saw that interest u and u were able to get a Supervisor doing that research work in a Canadian University in which they don't have in the School u did ur first masters.

So, if found genuine ,and all other requirements are in place, then u av a Chance of Securing a Study Visa,
but
if it's not genuine, that could be a RED FLAG on ur Study Permit Application

If u decide to use ur B.SC to apply, it might be risky cos the VISA OFFICER will question u on what u av bin doing for the Past Two years of the Master's Program u didn't mention.

Probably when u get ur Masters degree Transcript , certificate etc.
U can check link below schools below and try ur best to get a Supervisor, u might even be lucky to get funding from a School, if your Master's Application or PH.D Application is well packaged


Note: Make sure u don't restrict urself to only 0ne school, reach out Potential Supervisors of Various School as much as u can so you can have lots of options


Check page 112 for Hint's & TIPS on how to secure a Supervisor for Master's/PH.D admission, Funding (Partial or Full) in Canada and also check the video there for Vital Tips


Schools offering M.Sc Chemistry and Chemistry Related Programs

https://www.universitystudy.ca/search-programs/?k=Chemistry&program_level_merged=Master%27s+degree&program_language=ENGLISH

Schools offering P.HD Chemistry and Chemistry Related Programs

https://www.universitystudy.ca/search-programs/?k=Chemistry&program_level_merged=Doctorate&program_language=ENGLISH

If after Getting the Admission,
the very important thing to consider is how u are going to convince a Visa Officer why u should be giving a Study Permit, so all efforts won't be in vain, cos they av the final decision

Check out @frankrobbn1 post in the link below on how a Visa Officer reviews the eligibility of a study permit Application
https://www.nairaland.com/5818588/canadian-student-visa-thread-part/185


All da best!!!!!!
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by Nomsy33(f): 12:04pm On Aug 01
Lekiboboe:

U are Welcome, Yes....
Trying to send you mail through nairaland but it's showing.. You have sent too many anonymous mails. Please wait.
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by Lekiboboe: 12:05pm On Aug 01
Nomsy33:
Trying to send you mail through nairaland but it's showing.. You have sent too many anonymous mails. Please wait.
@Nomsy33, I av replied ur mail, check ur e-mail inbox
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by Alfred2000: 12:21pm On Aug 01
Thanks for schooling me pal.. Regards!

quote author=Lekiboboe post=92332804]
Well...well...well!!!
the only advantage I see here is to use ur Masters Degree in Chemistry Transcript to apply for PH.D in Chemistry or Chemistry related program, cos that's a career progression

Going for another masters doesn't show any progression most especially to a VISA OFFICER when u submit ur Canada Study Visa Application.
But
its possible to do another Masters, in this case, u have to give a very cogent reason to the VISA Officer (in your Statement of Purpose -SOP) on why u are going for another masters degree instead of a PH.D program
e.g. Probably there is a research work u saw that interest u and u were able to get a Supervisor doing that research work in a Canadian University in which they don't have in the School u did ur first masters.

So, if found genuine ,and all other requirements are in place, then u av a Chance of Securing a Study Visa,
but
if it's not genuine, that could be a RED FLAG on ur Study Permit Application

If u decide to use ur B.SC to apply, it might be risky cos the VISA OFFICER will question u on what u av bin doing for the Past Two years of the Master's Program u didn't mention.

Probably when u get ur Masters degree Transcript , certificate etc.
U can check link below schools below and try ur best to get a Supervisor, u might even be lucky to get funding from a School, if your Master's Application or PH.D Application is well packaged


Note: Make sure u don't restrict urself to only 0ne school, reach out Potential Supervisors of Various School as much as u can so you can have lots of options


Check page 112 for Hint's & TIPS on how to secure a Supervisor for Master's/PH.D admission, Funding (Partial or Full) in Canada and also check the video there for Vital Tips


Schools offering M.Sc Chemistry and Chemistry Related Programs

https://www.universitystudy.ca/search-programs/?k=Chemistry&program_level_merged=Master%27s+degree&program_language=ENGLISH

Schools offering P.HD Chemistry and Chemistry Related Programs

https://www.universitystudy.ca/search-programs/?k=Chemistry&program_level_merged=Doctorate&program_language=ENGLISH

If after Getting the Admission,
the very important thing to consider is how u are going to convince a Visa Officer why u should be giving a Study Permit, so all efforts won't be in vain, cos they av the final decision

Check out @frankrobbn1 post in the link below on how a Visa Officer reviews the eligibility of a study permit Application
https://www.nairaland.com/5818588/canadian-student-visa-thread-part/185


All da best!!!!!![/quote]
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by Lekiboboe: 12:26pm On Aug 01
Alfred2000:

Thanks for schooling me pal.. Regards!

quote author=Lekiboboe post=92332804]

You are welcome Honorable smiley

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