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    Here are our simple reasons to tell you that if you decide to study in Canada, you are making a great choice:

    Why Study in Canada?

    Here’s why you should choose Canada as your study abroad destination!

    Education Recognition: Canada has one of the world’s best and superior quality of education system having international recognition and outstanding programs in diverse subject areas.

    Affordable Education: Education in Canada is economical as average tuition fees ranges between $10,000-$33,000 per annum.

    Quality Teaching: The highly dynamic study environment not only help students in acquiring knowledge, but also helps in demonstrating one’s creative bent of mind and develops confidence.

    Safety: Canada has been consistently ranked by the United Nations as one of the best places in the world to live and is considered as a safe and peaceful country.

    Student Support: All universities and colleges have student services department and international offices. They usually include personal counselling, career development, student welfare and can address one’s personal needs as an international student.

    Part Time Earning Opportunities: International students can work up to 20 hours per week during their studies and 40 hours per week during vacation.

    Document Checklist for Study Abroad

    1. Application Form

    2. Scanned Copy All Academic Certificates and Transcripts

    3.IELTS Score (If Applicable)

    4. Passport Copy

    5. Reference Letter for the Graduate Program Only

    6. Curriculum Vitae fot the Graduate Program Only

    7. Letter of intent for the Graduate Program Only

    8. GMAT/GRE Score fot the Graduate Program

    9. Police Clearance Certificate

    10. The Documents of Financial Sponsorship to support of the proposed studies (by sponsor)

    11. Work Experience Certificate (If Applicable)

    12. Bank Statement and Solvency Certificate

    13. Two (02) Recomendation Letters

    14. Non Refundable VISA Application Fee

    15. Parents Declaration (If Applicable)

    16. A Letter of Offer from institutions

    17. An electronic Confirmation of Enrolment (CoE) from universities; this is issued after you have paid your first installment, and other required fees

    18. A medical check-up

    19. Proof of academic history and English proficiency


    Note: Where transcripts are in a language other than English, the applicant must provide a notarized English translation of the original transcripts from a certified translator or on official letterhead stationery from the secondary school plus an official original transcript from the institution to the UCW Registrar. Proof of academic history and English proficiency

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    International Students and Professionals

    International students are required to submit an essay and a personal statement of what they think ,they are fit for enrolling in the designated program together with documents stating their work experience (if any) up to the date. Of course documents like reference letters, extracurricular activity certificates and other proof of skills is always a bonus and very much appreciated. In the case of mature students (those older than 25, and out of school for at least 2 years) tertiary education admission requirements vary mostly on their practical and theoretical skills acquired due to employments, individual interests and intellectual maturity regardless of having a diploma or not. Professional programs such as Medicine, Law and Engineering require a previous degree before applying for a postgraduate program, as well as accreditation of every certificate and academic record, as well as national examination to prove fit to practice professionally.

    Entry Requirements:

    For the pre-Masters courses, typical entry requirements are at least 3 years of higher education and UK IELTS 5.5 (minimum of 5.0 in all skills).
    If you do not meet the English language entry level but have at let UKVI IELTS 4.5 (minimum 4.0 in all skills) you can do a course that includes extended English and skills (EES).

    Language Requirements:

    If you want to apply for direct entry to a degree at university in Canada, and your native language is not English, you must provide proof of your proficiency.
    TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) scores are the most common language requirement for American universities. IELTS (International English Language Testing System) exam scores are the most common language requirement for Canadian universities. But most universities will accept either test as proof of your English language ability. You can take TOEFL and IELTS exams at testing centers worldwide.

    Intake

    Students may be able to start in spring (January – April), summer (May – August) or autumn (September – November)

    Graduates Admission Requirements
    Graduates Requirements:

    Graduate requirements depend on the type of institution student chooses. This is usually in form of prerequisites and assessments guiding the processes involved in a certain university to offer an academic Master’s degree or further studies, which varies in different ways depending on if the student is a foreigner or a permanent resident.