Friday, November 4, 2016
How to join a Canadian university?
There is no single test to be accepted into a university in Canada. Each institution sets its own admission standards or regulations. In addition, they take into account the qualifications and conditions of each request individually.
Each university determines, in its own guidelines, the equivalence grant academic degrees that bring foreign students.The Canadian Information Centre for International Credentials (CICIC for short) can provide more information about determining these equivalences.
Recommendations to enter a Canadian university
• Consult the directory of universities and carefully identify the institutions and study programs that meet the objectives of the student. Geographical preferences must be considered, costs of tuition and characteristics of each university (size, location, facilities for foreigners). Should consider more than one program or institution, if admission is difficult in the first choice.
• Assess the eligibility of the applicant. Each applicant must individually assess their chances of admission to the requirements of the institution of their choice. Generally, good academic performance in high pre-university education and is a favorable factor. Some universities require this candidate reasoning test called the Scholastic Assessment Test, SAT.
• To write a good cover letter explanatory memorandum and have good academic references certainly help the success of the admission. For details on the application, should visit the official website of each institution. Most have admission services online.
• Check the language requirements. International students in Canada must demonstrate language proficiency in English or French. the presentation of evidence of language proficiency such as IELTS, TOEFL, the CAEL or TEFaQ required.
• Start preparations well in advance, at least eight months before the start of the curriculum. Although the deadlines for admission can vary considerably from one university to the other, generally, the Canadian academic year begins in September. Some programs start in January or May. Calendars curricula and respective entries and contacts are available in detail on the websites of each of the universities.
• Have a day academic and personal documents necessary for study abroad.
Once a student has been admitted in a Canadian university, you must request temporary resident visa (student visa) and student permit. Details are described in section student Visa.
Documentation section to study abroad offers more tips and essential information for the preparation of these documents.
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