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How much academic and IELTS score is required for an Indian to get into top universities of Canada like McGill, University of Toronto, University of British Columbia, Alberta, Waterloo?

How much academic and IELTS score is required for an Indian to get into top universities of Canada like McGill, University of Toronto, University of British Columbia, Alberta, Waterloo?How much academic and IELTS score is required for an Indian to get into top universities of Canada like McGill, University of Toronto, University of British Columbia, Alberta, Waterloo?2021-07-26 15:22:03Mr_夹谷

Since all the mentioned universities are the best and top Universities of Canada, they undoubtedly have high expectations and criteria and are a bit difficult to get in. Mcgill University requires 3.0-4.0 GPA and at least 6.5 in IELTS with at least 6 bands in each section. B or C+ grade or 73%/65% is the minimum requirement for University of Toronto and 7.5 in IELTS with 7 in each section. The University of British Columbia has the minimum criteria of B+ grade (73%) in third or fourth year and at least 6.5 with 6 in each section in IELTS. The University of Alberta requires a GPA of 3.0-4.0 or a B grade and 6.5 or 7.0 in IELTS with at least 5.0 in each section. 75% is the minimum criteria for the University of Waterloo and 6.5-7.0 with 6.0-6.5 in each section. Take a look at this Quora Space for more information-Study Abroad Tips

How much GRE score is required to get admitted into University of Alberta Computer Science?

How much GRE score is required to get admitted into University of Alberta Computer Science?2021-07-04 10:48:13Mr_屈

305 around score

What GRE score is required to get into the University of British Columbia for a master's in embedded systems?

What GRE score is required to get into the University of British Columbia for a master's in embedded systems?2021-06-19 21:27:51Mr_乐正

A2A. UBC ECE Minimum Requirements suggest that “All applicants are welcome to submit a GRE score. However, it is strongly recommended that international applicants submit one.” Only the TOEFL is required with a minimum score of 100.

What this means is EECS does not require the GRE, so I cannot give you GRE range for ECE graduate students pre se. But I can give you the range 0f other graduate programs, which is a minimum score of 600 range in Quantitive and 4 in Analytical sections.

What is the average GRE score required to get admission in the University of Toronto or Waterloo for an MS in CS?

What is the average GRE score required to get admission in the University of Toronto or Waterloo for an MS in CS?2021-07-01 08:55:38Mr_萧

Hi,

There is no fix criteria for the application because Universities check your whole profile. Minimum one should have 316 +.

12 Tips to Shine

You can easily avert several bloppers and make your application stand out by keeping these little but highly effective points in mind:

1) Organize everything
Prepare set of documents in ascending or descending order, so that the availability of any document is easily verifiable. Make a separate folder for each college you have applied for.

2) Keep Photocopies
For future reference, keep photocopies of full application form with you.

3) Follow directions.
PLEASE adhere to the rules of the university, in case you are unable to fulfill one or two criteria. Don’t assume and continue. Have a word with the admission officer about it. For application remember the golden rule – “Whenever in dilemma don’t do it”

4) Review your essays
Thoroughly review the essays and it’s always better to take second opinion before you submit your essays. Ask your faculties, peers to review them. The essay you submit should be free from major grammatical glitches and should not be flowery.

5) Don’t underestimate AWA
Your AWA score is a discriminating factor in Ivy League colleges, so don’t underestimate its importance.

6) Don’t overdo your essays
Your writing skills should be commensurate with your AWA score. Large discrepancies are not favorable.

7) Recruit enthusiastic recommenders.
LOR is one very important document to judge with. If a teacher seems lukewarm about writing a letter, then find one who will sing your praises with gusto but with caution.

8) Extracurricular: Don’t overdo it.
It always good to show your contributions in extracurricular activities but don’t overdo it, it might force the admission officer to think negative about you.

9) Don’t use jargon.
I topped in my SSDC exams, I love LLDC please don’t use short form as far as possible or atleast provide the full form and then use the short form in the paragraph. The admission officer reviewing your application may not be having specific knowledge of the subject you are talking about.

10) Know your Program.
In an interview or essay, say something specific about the program or school you opted for. Highlight some of the point you liked the most. You could also mention a noted professor who teaches a subject you’re interested in, internship opportunities at a neighbouring medical center, and a lot more.

11) Keep it clean.
Don’t use derogatory, racist and profane remarks for any one . They are very bad for your profile.

12) Own up your negatives too.
Don’t lie about your negatives, if asked. Take the onus for the wrong deeds you have done, this will only present you as a responsible and better person.

Good Luck !!!!

For a bachelor's degree in political science, which is better, McGill, University of Toronto, or University of British Columbia?

For a bachelor's degree in political science, which is better, McGill, University of Toronto, or University of British Columbia?2021-06-28 12:54:32Mr_翁

Any of the the above Big 3 will be fine. You’ll be lost in a sea of hundreds of others, however.

For a bachelors degree you can choose a smaller and more personal school. For example, consider U of Ottawa or Carleton if you want to get direct exposure to politics in Canada. Besides excellent faculties and coursework, there are work and volunteer opportunities for PoliSci students at the Canadian Parliament and around town.

Ottawa: Faculty of Social Sciences: Public Policy Research areas

Carleton School of Public Policy & Administration

Youth Opportunities - Employment - House of Commons

How easy is it to get into the University of British Columbia?

How easy is it to get into the University of British Columbia?2021-06-28 05:56:53Mr_谷

UBC publishes general admission requirements that are quite reasonable. UBC Admissions Requirements for Canadian High School Students | UBC Undergraduate Programs and Admissions

General admission requirements (British Columbia)

  • Final grade of 70% in Grade 11 or Grade 12 English (or equivalent course, including provincial examinations where applicable)
  • Graduation from high school with a minimum average of 70% (or higher for many programs)

However, these are just the general requirements and don’t take into consideration the competitiveness of the admissions process at UBC. Practically speaking, you will need a very high gradepoint average in grade 11 and 12 to get admitted to UBC.

Your grades are not the only thing that will be considered though. Here is a link to some information from UBC about how your application will be evaluated. How UBC evaluates your application - UBC | Undergraduate Programs and Admissions

The short answer to your question is that gaining admission to UBC is not at all easy. However, it is a great school and worth the effort to get accepted at. Don’t fail to apply just because you think your grades are not good enough.

How can I get scholarships or financial aid for the University of British Columbia and the University of Toronto?

How can I get scholarships or financial aid for the University of British Columbia and the University of Toronto?2021-06-19 03:24:00Mr_郦

Really depends on your nationality, are you a Canadian resident? If not, it all changes.
This is a good resource, it has costs and scholarship links - UBC Tuition & Scholarships
If you aren't a resident, of BC you can't go to student aid BC. If you aren't a resident of Canada you can't get any student loans from Canada (that I know of). You'll need to search for your exact situation, and you need to (as mentioned already) write essays or have a unique background.
If you come from a more impoverished country, there are scholarships which can help you attend. There are lots of options but it's a bit too vague.

Also scholarships differ for different programs. Arts programs generally have less than the hard sciences, i.e. engineering, math, Computer science. If you are a female in hard sciences, there are lots more opportunities.
If you are an aboriginal of Canadian origin, there are lots of additional opportunities for scholarships.

I'd suggest taking a look into your specific situation, most resources can be found within the above link. Just look harder ;-)

What is the best university in Canada to do a PhD in Physics: British Columbia, Toronto, or Waterloo?

What is the best university in Canada to do a PhD in Physics: British Columbia, Toronto, or Waterloo?2021-06-30 12:43:05Mr_仉

As a former grad student (not in physics, mind you) I would suggest making your decision LARGELY based on your potential supervisor and your potential ability to get along with him/her. I suggest trying to get an understanding of their character through talking to current/former students and try your best to judge if you will work well with/under someone like them. Make sure your research interests, at least at the very basic level, align with theirs (of course it's OK if you don't know the exact question you want to study at this point). I personally believe that your choice in supervisor will largely determine your success in grad school. Good luck!

What are some job placements at UBC, McGill, the University of Waterloo and the University of Toronto?

What are some job placements at UBC, McGill, the University of Waterloo and the University of Toronto?2021-06-15 12:35:47Mr_单

I would be very wary of this one. I spent a miserable year as a post-doc at UBC. I thought I had a job for a few years. I bought an apartment in Vancouver for cash before I discovered that I did not like the people I was working for very much. At the end of about 9 months they told me they were abandoning the project and had no money. I had to sell my apartment at a loss and the Canadian Government taxed me anyway as a foreign investor in Canadian property. Overall I lost about 1/4 of what I owned at the time.

Before that at Cornell I told a girl in Micro that I had been offered a post-doc in Vancouver. She twigged her nose at me and said “You have to be very careful about Canadian Universities. They have a habit of offering people jobs then turning around 6 months later and saying that they have no money.” She was out by a few months. Never had a chance to thank her for trying to warn me.

Take home message. Make sure you get things in writing and find out where the money is coming from. Most likely they will give you a one-year contract. If they do make sure there is funding for future years. There may not be.

My Canadian experience very nearly ruined my career.

What is it like to study MS at university of British Columbia for an Indian?

What is it like to study MS at university of British Columbia for an Indian?2021-08-09 18:29:50Mr_江

Thanks for the A2A!

I am going to give you a very technical answer according to the points you mentioned -

•What about living cost ; breaked into accommodation ,food and other expenses?

Depends on where you stay and your staying arrangements(Sharing/single room)
If you stay on campus in UBC, your rent can be anywhere between 800 CAD to 1200 CAD (Again depending on the different housing options)
A little further away from the university can get down your cost to 500 CAD to 800 CAD
Far away, such that you commute by train and bus daily, can be around 300-400 CAD

•What about after employment opportunities?

Not going to lie, it isn't a cakewalk. You will need to attend job fairs, networking sessions along with completing your applications online. UBC does help you in your process, but it will be your hard work at the end.

•What about value of degree?

Degree is definitely valued. UBC is a really well known institution and getting into it is not easy. I was working in Toronto later and everyone there thought highly of the university.

•How about the presence of indians?

Vancouver is a small city. There are localised areas with huge populations from different countries. Indians are mostly found in 'Surrey'. Surrey has large number of Indian restaurents, shops and grocery stores.
However, UBC does have an 'Indian Student Association' where you will be able to meet Indian students studying in different steams in the university. They have their own events and its like another family you can have.

•About the VISA regulations at Canada and stayback?

Visa regulations depend on the tenure of you course. A 2 year course would guarantee you a 3 year work permit which is not company specific. There is an 'International Centre' on the UBC campus to help you with your permit/immigration related queries.

All in all, for an Indian, its a very different and exciting journey. Ohh and not to forget, Vancouver is beautiful!

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