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|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 19 by JosephYemsol(m): 7:40pm On Jun 27|
This won't be enough to convince d VO bro... You'll do better to apply for the post graduate program at least (if there is)..
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 19 by kemkemdiva: 7:47pm On Jun 27|
Hello every one!!! Am new here and would want to know how i can start am looking at January 2022.
I have education gap of almost 13 years , did Bsc marketing turned 40 june 11th, i want to get a diploma in a college .i have been working 3 years in the bank and almost 9 years as an administrative assistant in a private firm .i tried to do my masters online (strategic supply chain managment online ) in uk around 2016 but was able to just do one semester cos of health issues and i did not countinue again.am cut in the line of doing same again cos as an administrative assistant in my office i still work as the procurement oficer .but on a second note am looking at (office administration Record and information management ) in college of north Atlantic Newfoundland and labrador. That is were i have seen the course .pls i need help and school options about the course of study. And study application guidelines. I will really appreciate. And congratulations to all who received their PPR.��[/quote]
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 19 by JosephYemsol(m): 7:48pm On Jun 27|
2.81 on a 5 point scale Baba no waste your money abeg, forget masters even if it's on a 4. scale.
Unless your masters grade is a minimum of 3/4, I'd strongly recommend a PGc/Pgd.
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 19 by TundeTheHunter: 7:59pm On Jun 27|
Backcheck:Bro thanks so much for asking. The only update I have received from IRCC, is the acknowlodgment of my police certificate. No final decision has been made on my application.
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|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 19 by Teemenzo: 8:10pm On Jun 27|
That's the issue. So i have checked online and saw graduate diploma in architectural conservation and also graduate diploma in green architecture as listed by one of our nairaland tycoons @lekkiboboe (i don't even know how he got that username ).
Fingers crossed, i will sleep over the two and think of which one to select. Thank you.
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 19 by Donuywa: 8:17pm On Jun 27|
I submitted with my normal bank statement and reference letter self sponsored what do you advice please
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 19 by ariyayosi: 8:37pm On Jun 27|
Hello good evening.
I'd like to make inquiries about masters programme. Is it possible to get admission into a Canadian school for masters with a 2.2 result?
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 19 by Omankem8(f): 8:45pm On Jun 27|
Hello house, someone just submitted on 21st june and did biometrics yesterday with upfront medical.
Medicals passed 3 days later.
If you can do upfront medicals. It will help your application to go much faster.
Plus the God factor. This factor outweighs all other factors.
It will end in praise for us all.
God will break all existing protocols for our sake.
God my timeline is ready, come and do what no Man can do.
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 19 by RoyalDukeDon: 8:47pm On Jun 27|
He's full of wisdom,I always rush to read his post lol
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 19 by RoyalDukeDon: 8:55pm On Jun 27|
These refusal reasons are mostly common among Indians, mostly for people wey no Sabi book. Visa officers are concerned how they'll cope with studies ,some with low IELTS score
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 19 by Lekiboboe: 8:57pm On Jun 27|
ariyayosi:Refer to this Post
Await more contributions from other members
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 19 by shupy: 9:09pm On Jun 27|
kemkemdiva:@Lekiboboe Please your expertise is needed for school options.
For application guidelines, we encourage diy culture here. Guidelines are available on the first page. If you want a personal service, contact @justmellow. He requires a fee for certain services. People here are going to answer your question to the best of their knowledge. I think you should be going for a masters or post graduate diploma/certificate.
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 19 by patriciai: 9:35pm On Jun 27|
Pls help a sister out, I am really confused. I just did my medicals at Qlife last week Tuesday and found out today that I am pregnant. Had no idea at all. Pls can this affect my application and what can I do.
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 19 by Lekiboboe: 9:41pm On Jun 27|
well, am not a commerce/management person, but as regards your extensive knowledge on INVESTMENT PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT, why don't you check out a PG. Cert in FINANCIAL PLANNING, (I don't know if that is part of your Job Description) cos at the most basic level, financial planning is about managing and budgeting for your future financial needs, while portfolio management is investing your current capital to grow your wealth.
That being said, take your time and google the following programs, check the Course outlines (curriculum) of each school, and see if it relates with your extensive knowledge of INVESTMENT PORT FOLIO MANAGEMENT & job description, then apply to the one that suits you. Make sure your you check other essentials e.g TUTION AMOUNT FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS etc.
PG. Cert, Financial Planning and the Colleges offering them
Financial Planning Services
Conestoga College, Kitchener, ON
Seneca College of Applied Arts and Technology, Toronto, ON
Humber College Institute of Technology & Advanced Learning, Toronto, ON
George Brown College, Toronto, ON
Centennial College, Toronto, ON
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 19 by Oyalfares: 9:44pm On Jun 27|
Hi Lovesarrow, you didn't understandmy question,
I have applied at CIBC and they'vesent the wire transfer process. That's on one hand however what I am asking is if I want to start the study visa application on IRCC website do I use the GC Key or the Option2
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 19 by lekefelix(m): 9:52pm On Jun 27|
Nice one bro.
I have done my biometric but the next available date for medicals is August.
How can I hasten the process? Is it possible to do the medicals without booking it online?
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 19 by KikkyQ: 9:53pm On Jun 27|
Hi, just to clarify please, are you saying you had a visitor's visa application running that had'nt been approved and you still applied for your study visa within the same time and got an approval for the study visa?
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 19 by shams040(m): 10:00pm On Jun 27|
Please I have my biometric tomorrow in lagos. I want to ask if they allow 1 in before his time? Also do they allow 1 to carryin bag that contains laptop etc
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 19 by lawfree638: 10:03pm On Jun 27|
Firstly, your mental health and your baby health is very vital here. Please don't panic. There is always a way, my dear.
Secondly, it will definitely affect your visa application process in the long run. I read on a Canadian visa blog immediately I saw your inquiry. The major highlight there is that another medical will be required again at a certain stage of your pregnancy during (especially at an early stage) and post birth. It was also noted on IRCC webpage on medical admissibility. It's actually a long process.
The important thing is that it's very possible you can still get a study permit - but the question is how long is your study as this will be factored in the decision of the visa officer. I feel if it's a year, mostly likely they will want you to give birth here or apply for the "pregnancy visa" to give birth in Canada which has 6months validity.
Canada has visa for everything. Those guys ehnnnn.
Apparently, your proof of funds will now be for two for the study permit application. If you have submitted your application, you will need to do another LOE for explanation and POF to be submitted via a webform.
Don't worry! Again, don't panic. You know why? It will end in praise.
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 19 by lawfree638: 10:12pm On Jun 27|
They don't really allow one in before your time. But this is Nigeria. Nothing is impossible.
I remember when I tried taking same route of doing it before the assigned time, guess what?
The security guy said I need to pay 3k which is 6k for me and my wife. Wanted to it on time because of third mainland traffic.
I didn't pay. I was allowed in 20 mins before my time.
As regards your laptop, don't bother to work with it while you are in because those guys especially the security guys are rude. However, you can take your bag in. Just planned and sacrifice like 1-2 hours after you are in to conclude everything so you can go back and hug your lappy.
It will end in praise.
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 19 by Dukealara: 10:24pm On Jun 27|
Amen!! Wow! Thank you for your kind words.
God bless your heart.
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 19 by Ketima: 10:26pm On Jun 27|
As for time, they start by 9am for everybody, just be there by 9am and be for first on line to enter.
Please don't go with any bag or laptop. When I went, they didn't allow one to take bag, laptop, tablet inside. Even phone, they instructed to put it on vibration.
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 19 by emmalextemtop: 10:28pm On Jun 27|
Always hearing every biz must be registered, in order to be official!
But for the naira in sponsors account (also for biz cos that's what the account is being run with), is such amount okay?
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 19 by Dukealara: 10:28pm On Jun 27|
Amen! Wow! Thank you for your kind words.
God bless your heart.
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 19 by Lianna2020: 10:28pm On Jun 27|
Applied for visit visa Novembe last year, study visa April this year .
Study visa approved , visit still running.
I’d withdraw it hopefully next week .
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 19 by Lianna2020: 10:31pm On Jun 27|
I don’t know if this helps, I did my medicals when I was three month pregnant.
But submitted my application after giving birth as I needed to include my baby’s name in my application.
Gave birth March and submitted my application April .
I think every thing now is proof of funds and how to convince vo that you are not using study route to give birth .
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 19 by KikkyQ: 10:33pm On Jun 27|
Oh great great. Congratulations. Just wanted to sure because I am i the same dilemma and was hoping my tourist visa running wont affect my study application. Thank you.
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 19 by lawfree638: 10:34pm On Jun 27|
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 19 by Amenmay: 10:35pm On Jun 27|
it has been submitted so what should i do now??
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 19 by Dukealara: 10:40pm On Jun 27|
If you want to keep your 100bucks for now, not because you won't spend on this journey but want to save as much as you can.
Please visit applyboard, register and fill in your details. A support officer will reach out to you and help you in your search for the right program and school. All at no cost.
I know few schools that if you apply directly, you pay 100dollars but it's free or discounted through applyboard.
I hope you find this helpful.
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 19 by Lianna2020: 10:40pm On Jun 27|
It shouldn’t .
Before submitting my study visa , I came here and also read that dual intent is allowed from their website .
Those people abandoned visit visa from last year. I think with the ease of border, they’d attend to it but I’m certain , they would focus on this year and then pick last year’s application as they like.
God helps us .
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 19 by Lovesarrow: 10:53pm On Jun 27|
If you have paid for the GIC and gotten the investment certificate then you are on the right track. You can use the GCKEY to login on IRCCwebsite
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