EDUCATION: Study in Canada – @LokomoPeter
Things to note:
1) Read the link on a computer. Not a phone no matter how smart it is.
2) Search for your program of study
3) Search for the universitities which offer scholarships (aka Financial Aid).
3) Narrow down which intersect for item 2 and 3
4) Online applications for September 2020 entry become available on the university websites around end of September or early October this year.
5) There are preparations before you apply so you are getting ample notice.
6) All bachelor degrees, the university asks for a personal statement. In fact, even for Masters and PhDs. Learn to write properly. The personal statement is usually 250 to 500 words.
7) Masters and PhD usually require you to submit your CV. Learn how to write a killer CV.
8) The scholarships you will find are not administered by the government of your country. Here is a chance to go through a none nepotism process.
9) You do not apply for a student visa until you have received an acceptance from a University.
10) Those who self sponsor must refrain from paying full tuition upfront. What if you fail to get the visa? You think the University will refund your money?
11) PhD students need to secure a research supervisor (or 2) before that university can admit you. So you will learn to use Google to find which universities offer your program of study, then look up the professors in that faculty, check their current work and previous publications and see what fits you. Then email them requesting if you can be one of their students.
12) If you do not need this information, remember you might know others who need it.
Martha Leah Nangalama
—— AUTO – GENERATED; Published (Halifax Canada Time AST) on: June 07, 2019 at 12:11PM