Study in Canada

genius soul
By genius soul

I am planning to send my son for higher studies abroad in particular to Canada. He would finish his 12th grade from CBSE Science stream from an Indian school hopefully next year 2014. My son wish to do his bachelor degree in Mechanical Engineering in an affordable Canadian university. The information available in the net and the people who wish to offer services are too many and some are misleading. The preliminary preparations,eligibility,the require funds etc., are some of the issues which I wish to know from any panel members of this forum who is aware and had gone through similar procedures to obtain an admission in an university abroad.

By Adil jones• 17 Mar 2023 13:54
Adil jones

I am planning to send my son for higher studies abroad in particular to Canada. He would finish his 12th grade from CBSE Science stream from an Indian school hopefully next year 2014. My son wish to do his bachelor degree in Mechanical Engineering in an affordable Canadian university. The information available in the net and the people who wish to offer services are too many and some are misleading. The preliminary preparations, eligibility, the required funds etc., are some of the issues which I wish to know from any panel members of this forum who is aware and had gone through similar procedures to obtain admission in a university abroad. please write a comment for this statment

Dear Sir/Madam,

I understand your concerns about the overwhelming amount of information available online and the potential for misleading information. Pursuing higher education abroad, especially in a country like Canada, can be a significant investment and requires careful planning and preparation.

To begin with, it's important to research and shortlist universities in Canada that offer a Bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering and fit within your budget. It's also essential to ensure that your son meets the eligibility requirements for admission, which typically include academic qualifications and language proficiency.

In terms of funding, the cost of studying in Canada can vary depending on the university, program, and location. It's crucial to calculate the estimated expenses, including tuition fees, living expenses, healthcare insurance, and any additional costs, to determine the required funds. You can also explore scholarship opportunities available for international students in Canada.

Additionally, it's recommended to seek guidance from a reliable education consultant who can assist you with the application process, visa requirements, and other important details. They can also provide insights into the student experience in Canada and help your son prepare for life abroad.

I hope this information helps, and I wish your son the best of luck in pursuing his higher education goals in Canada. To know you can go through with link: https://www.4sstudyabroad.com/study-in-canada/

By genius soul• 14 Apr 2013 18:56
genius soul

Thank you dear for sharing useful tips, will follow your advise

By genius soul• 14 Apr 2013 18:54
genius soul

Thank you very much for the advise, will inquire with CAN

By osamabawab• 14 Apr 2013 08:40
osamabawab

snakyy21: UVIC is a short form of?

I have already started researching for my brother and found "College of North Atlantic" and planning to visit their branch in Qatar to inquire about more details. but not sure about the reputation.

By snakyy21• 14 Apr 2013 08:00
Rating: 5/5
snakyy21

UBC is alright... NAIT... not so much.

My strong suggestion is to do a research.. in fact your son should do it himself... take a list of canadian universities and then create a table and insert all the relevant information by reading each and every program info on the web.. in other words go to each site separately and gather info such as tuition, entry requirements, co-op.... etc etc... then rate the programs and apply to those he likes.

Without doing a research my advice would be to apply to UVIC... for the following reasons... 1. good egineering school, 2 affordable, 3 strong co-op, 4. beautiful and safe city.

UBC is good too... but it is expensive particularly for international students due to tuition differential.... and pls pls pls.. dont waste your money on intermediaries or so called consultants... do it yourself.. most of them accept on-line application or email application.

Good luck !!

By Acadian• 14 Apr 2013 06:31
Rating: 5/5
Acadian

NAIT (Northern Alberta Institute of Technology) in Edmonton Alberta

UBC (University of British Colombia) in Vancouver.

If you reside in Doha you should inquire at CAN. Faculty memebers could give you accurate advise

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