If you've been looking for Scholarships in Canada for Masters/PhD then these are the 15 schools you should be focusing on.
Just stumbled on the robust article & resources by the U15 Group of Canadian Research Universities (Link of article at end of thread)
Come with me.
So apparently, the U15 schools:
- Conduct $8.5B worth of research yearly.
- Hold 81% of Canadian university patents.
- Account for 70% of full-time doctoral students in Canada.
- Hold 85% of Canadian university technology licences and many more!
This is interesting.
-Decide where you want to study
-Check and research requirements
-Have a checklist of documentation
-Write a good personal letter
-Get other documents ready
-Check info on cost of living/other costs
-Spice it up with faith, optimism, positivity and
Congratulations to students whose study visas to Canada have been approved & will be starting school this fall (September).
When you eventually land in Canada, some things to note:
- As a student, you are allowed to work 20 hours per week.
- If you don't drive, check bus schedule before going out.
- Aside from the busy cities like Toronto etc., buses run every 30 mins on weekdays & every 1hr on weekends.
- Before buying textbooks, check with Lecturers if okay with you borrowing from Library rather than owning.
- If you can't afford the school residence, you can rent very close to the school.
- It is cheaper to cook than to eat out.
- Sobeys is a high-end grocery store for students. Try others.
- Connect with students from the prior year for course tips.
- Ask questions a lot in class.
Again, if you are Student looking for Fully Funded Scholarships,
Here are '10 Fully Funded Scholarships' you should look at.
1. Chevening Scholarships (UK) 2. Erasmus+ (Europe) 3. Fulbright Scholarships (USA) 4. Santander Bank 5. Rotary Foundation Global Study Grants (Global)
6. The Gates Millennium Scholarship (USA) 7. Swedish Institute Study Scholarships (Sweden) 8. Joint Japan World Bank Graduate Scholarships (Global) 9. Endeavour Postgraduate Awards (Australia) 10. Eiffel Excellence Scholarship Programme (France)
- Decide where you want to study.
- Check and research requirements.
- Have a checklist of documentation.
- Write a good personal letter.
- Get other documents ready.
- Check info on cost of living/ other costs to avoid surprises.
- Spice it up with faith and optimism.
The cheapest schools in Canada for International Students (Mix of English & French Schools) based on degree:
For Undergraduate Studies:
1. Brandon University (Manitoba) 2. Université de Saint-Boniface (Manitoba) 3. Canadian Mennonite University (Manitoba)
4. Université Sainte-Anne (Nova Scotia) 5. Université de Moncton (New Brunswick) 6. Memorial University of Newfoundland (Newfoundland) 7. Concordia University of Edmonton (Alberta)
For Graduate Studies:
1. Memorial University of Newfoundland (Newfoundland) 2. University of Northern British Columbia (British Columbia) 3. Simon Fraser University (British Columbia) 4. University of Saskatchewan (includes federated and affiliated colleges) (Saskatchewan)
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At least 3 of these questions are asked at an interview.
1. Tell me about yourself 2. Why Should we hire you? 3. What is your greatest strength? 4. Why did you leave your last job?
5. Why do you want to work for us? 6. What is your greatest weakness? 7. What is your greatest achievement? 8. Describe a difficult work situation & what you did to overcome it. 9. Where do you see yourself in 5 Years? 10. Do you have any questions for us?
11. Give an example of a time you did something wrong. How did you handle it? 12. What are you looking for in terms of career development? 13. What Are You Looking for in a New Position? 14. What will you miss about your present/last job? 15. What Are Your Salary Expectations?