The starting date of application for Conestoga College is 1st October 2019. However, it is important that the university receive the applications before 1st February 2020.
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RE: Minimum tuition fees for Canada?
The question you are asking is a highly subjective one. The minimum tuition fee depends on which course you opt for. An example of that being the fees for a Medical course and the fees for other masters courses vary greatly. The average tuition fees that you shall be expected to pay for is between 20,000 AUD to 36,000 AUD. While the tuition fees courses such as Medicine can range between 33,000 AUD to 43,000 AUD. Maybe if you could specify the course that you are interested in, we could help you further.
RE: TOEFL exam explanation?
The TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) is a test set to quantify the fluency of a non-English native student at the English language. This test is important to get into the university of your choice abroad. The test is primarily divided into four parts- reading, listening, speaking and writing which is each worth 30 points. There is another similar test called the IELTS exam which you can also attempt instead of TOEFL. To understand how the TOEFL exam works and which of these two exams you should attempt, here is a blog that you could read(https://ischoolconnect.com/blog/choosing-between-ielts-toefl/)
RE: Minimum score for bachelors in USA?
For the U.S a minimum of 6.5 or 7.0 is the recommended score having at least 6.5 on each band. Some of the universities either accept only IELTS or give you a choice between IELTS or TOEFL. Some of these universities for BS Computer science are:
- California Institute of Technology
- Georgia State University
- Eastern Michigan University
- Florida Institute of Technology
If you need any help finding a university based on your requirements, you could always try contacting iSchoolConnect
RE: chance of getting into harvard if i score well in state uni ?
Your competitive exams, academic scores, portfolio, LOR, SOP, essays and much more are the factors that influence whether you get into Harvard or not. Harvard requires you to get a CGPA of atleast 3.6 and atleast 320+ in your GRE exams for you to get in. You should also know that the university has different prerequisites for different programs. So before applying, always check the requirements mentioned. For any further information regarding the topic of studyng abroad you could speak with our counsellors at(https://ischoolconnect.com/contact-us). All the best
RE: A mighty goof up while applying. Will i be able to get into a good college ?
In general, sending your TOEFL score afterwards is not the recommended way to apply to colleges. Some reject the application immediately while other colleges have been seen to have allowed students to do that based on their unofficial scores mentioned and make it official after the documents have been provided. If you have any further queries you could reach out to us at (https://ischoolconnect.com/contact-us).
RE: does teaching at IIT JEE coaching counts as work ex for MBA?
Yes! Most business schools do mandate at least 2 years of relevant work experience in your field of specialization. If you have worked at the institute for more than 2 years, it would definitely be considered as work experience to study for an MBA in most countries. However, as per my knowledge, you can only apply for a freshers MBA with this amount of work experience. Most universities require you to have a work experience of 4-5 years before you can apply for a Professional/Executive MBA. Why don't you take a look at this blog to find out the Top universities for MBA in USA-https://ischoolconnect.com/blog/top-universities-mba-in-usa/
RE: Countries to study MBA abroad?
Based on their universities, ranks, quality of the MBA programs offered, and their curriculum, here are the 5 best countries for MBA abroad:
- United Kingdom
- United States
There are many blogs(https://ischoolconnect.com/blog/category/choosing-the-right-university/) you can refer while you choose the perfect country for yourself. When you choose a country to study abroad, you must also decide the university from which you plan on doing your MBA from and check how it is ranked compared to the other universities from different countries that you have shortlisted.
RE: BSc abroad process ?
The process to apply for your bachelors in the U.S are:
- Write and make enquiries several schools
- Send in university application forms
- Take your admission tests like SAT, IELTS, TOEFL, etc.
- Receive Acceptance Letters from universities
- Pay Your Token amount as a deposit
- Write an Amazing Essay
If you follow the guide you should be able to apply and get into universities in the U.S.
RE: Visa Application time taken ?
In India once your interview is over, it takes about 2 weeks for you to get your Visa in hand. Just to be on the safe side, you should reserve a Visa interview appointment as soon as possible since the scheduling could take a few days to a couple of weeks. Therefore in total you must reserve at least a month for your Visa process. If you need any guidance take a look at this blog about How to get a student visa for USA
RE: Uni application process deadlines ?
Your application process should ideally start a year prior. So start you process of exploring and applying right away! Tops by end of November. After you have your competitive exam scores in hand, the first step in the proceedings for Masters would be shortlisting universities and programs of your interest, checking their application submission deadlines and other requirements mentioned for the particular course. There is a step-by-step guide that tells you all about how to apply for masters abroad. You can read it here-https://ischoolconnect.com/blog/step-by-step-procedure-on-how-to-apply-for-ms-in-usa/
RE: College application payment through cash ?
Colleges don't generally allow payments by cash. There main modes of payment are Debit Card, Credit Card and Internet Banking. Although you definitely try contacting universities abroad and inquiring if they have any other modes of payment.
RE: are interviews taken for studying in US by universities ?
All the Ivy League schools (Harvard, Yale, Dartmouth, etc.) either require or recommend an interview before your application is approved. There are some other schools that require interviews and others that offer them as an option. Having said that I would personally recommend taking an interview. It is a valuable opportunity to demonstrate your interest in a school and seize the opportunity to present yourself in a positive light. I was preparing for my interviews with a few top Universities and iSchoolConnect helped me a great deal for the same. Check them out here - www.ischoolconnect.com
RE: TOEFL vs IELTS ?
That is a great question. The simple answer to your question is it depends on the university you want to join. Universities have their own selection criteria and could keep either exam as mandatory admission criteria for students. The details of the TOEFL and IELTS exams are listed below:
- TOEFL is an entrance exam conducted by Education Testing Service located in the US, and therefore is conducted in American English.
- IELTS is considered by about 140 countries in the world, with the major ones being Canada, UK, Australia and New Zealand.
For more elaborate information you could visit https://www.ischoolconnect.com/blog/choosing-between-ielts-toefl/ where iSchoolConnect helps you browse the schools that offer the career or course you need in the USA.
RE: Different Scholarships provided at Harvard University ?
Harvard University is one of the most prestigious universities in the world and provides financial aid of about $46,508 each on an average to the students based on their need/merit. The amount provided is highly subjective and depends your profile. Some of the most popular scholarships provided by Harvard are:
Harvard University Scholarships, HBS Forward Fellowship, Harvard University Environmental Fellowship Program and many more. For more information, iSchoolconnect has a blog which gives information on Harvard University. You can check it out here https://www.ischoolconnect.com/blog/all-about-studying-at-harvard-university/ You can also contact them and know more about which scholarship is perfect for you.
RE: who to ask for letter of recommendation ?
The people who are best suited to write your letter of recommendation depends upon the program that you want to pursue abroad. For example, if you want to pursue a Masters in the U.S, you should get your letter of recommendation signed by your superiors at the companies you worked at. On the other hand, to pursue courses such as B.Tech/M. Tech abroad, you should look at getting your teachers in college/school to write your letter of recommendation.
RE: Application process for student loan abroad ?
Applying for a student and getting the stamp of approval depends upon a lot of factors. Your finances, university admissions, the process of applying for a student loan abroad is as follows:
- Applying to FAFSA
- Contacting the Financial Aid departments of universities
- Estimate of the amount of student loan required for studying abroad
- Creating a Student loan application
- Study loan application delivery and finalisation
You can read more about it on iSchoolConnect's blog(https://ischoolconnect.com/blog/beginners-ultimate-guide-to-applying-for-student-loans/)
RE: Top universities for MBA in U.K ?
MBA in the UK is one of the most popular programs. Here is a list of the top universities for MBA in the UK:
RE: Bachelors in U.S with SAT score of 1300 ?
The best colleges for you to go to based on iSchoolConnect's search recommendation are:
RE: Is it better to stay on-campus or off-campus while studying abroad?
A decision like that depends upon a variety of factors. What I can help you with is making an informed decision so here are the advantages of both:
- Living on campus:
a. Accessibility: laboratories, gyms, libraries, etc are much more close to you.
b. Social Life: Students closer to campus can spend more time there which helps to build friendships and connections in some cases.
c. Security: Staying on campus with the provision of campus security, gives you a safer feeling than staying off-campus.
- Living off-Campus:
a. Personal Liberty: students living off-campus generally enjoy more independence than those on-campus.
b. Space and Privacy: for those living on campus having personal space becomes an issue as college dorms can become really noisy at times. This is a big advantage for those who like there own space.
c. Availability: staying off-campus means you're exposed to much more which helps a lot.
You could read more about it on this blog(https://ischoolconnect.com/blog/on-campus-vs-off-campus-what-should-international-students-choose/)
- Living on campus: