EDUCATION: Study in Canada – @LokomoPeter @RugyendoQuotes
Canadian university online applications become available late September or October.
This will be for September 2020 entry.
MINI BIO before I advise our youth.
Martha Leah Nangalama
In Canada for 32yrs
Citizen since 1997
Masters degree from University of Toronto
Bachelors from Trent University, Canada
IB Diploma (kinda like A Level) from UWC Lester B Pearson College of the Pacific
Immigrated through SKILLED CLASS. Well, after 3 scholarships, it would mean I learned skills.
October 2019 is not far. The university applications and immigration (student visa) require a descent amount of preparation. I am attaching the 2 key links at the bottom. Which you must read on a computer as they do not load fully on phones.
1. Read the link for universities and locate your program of study. Which will then show you which universities offer your program. MAKE NOTES.
2. Read the same link searching for scholarships (financial aid). MAKE NOTES.
3. Now, cross check 1 and 2 above to identify the schools which give scholarships for your field of study. These are candidates you will apply to.
4. For Masters, avoid schools that require GMAT and GRE and IELTS. These tests cost you money. In any case, Canada is not like USA where such standardized tests are routinely required.
5. For PhD students, you need more guidance than I can share in this post. Inbox me.
6. Read the immigration link. A university can admit you and even on scholarship but immigration is the one that gives you the visa to enter Canada.
7. Work with December 15th as your deadline by which you submit your application and all documents (receive date). There are differing deadlines for each university and scholarship / financial aid. However, most are First Come First Serve.
8. You can apply before getting your A level or bachelors. They ask for transcripts to date then the finals are sent later.
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