Oguz Kaan Kısa · March 25, 2021
Canadian Universities make dreams come true with an internationally accredited education system around the world. With the increasing demands of foreign students in the last decade, Canadian universities have transformed from being just a school to a center for sharing different languages, traditions and ideas. In this way, schools that provide education and a working environment in a global sense have become a real source of opportunity for students. The master’s education in Canada lasts 2 years. The first year is education and the second year is the thesis phase.
- Canadian Master's fees range from 23 thousand CAD to 35 thousand CAD.
- In order to be accepted in Canadian Universities, your University graduation average must be GPA 3.0.
- In Canada, your monthly living expenses are calculated as 1550 CAD. This figure is an official figure. It is an official figure that is reported taking into account all your living expenses, accommodation, food and travel. During your 9-month education.
- Candidates who wish to apply directly to the master program in Canada must get IELTS 6.5 or TOEFL 79. Candidates with insufficient English can attend TOEFL / IELTS preparation classes at the English language school in Canada.
- 1 photo of yourself
- Your diploma or student certificate
- English Test Result (TOEFL / IELTS), if available
- If your English is insufficient and you cannot get an exam score during your application, the registration form for IELTS courses in Canada.
- Recommendation Letters
- Statement of Purpose
- Your bank report, where you can document that you can meet your education and living expenses for 1 year, must have a minimum of 40 thousand CAD.
“Recommendation letters” should be prepared in a way that reflects the strengths and weaknesses of the student. Canadian Universities take the reference system seriously and attach importance to the information written in the letters when creating an academic plan for the student. Documents submitted by candidates by mail are not accepted by the universities, so they are not processed. For this reason, Canadian universities do not accept individual applications.
It is also very important to prepare your “Statement of Purpose” letter properly. The documents should emphasize the field of expertise you want to work in, the reasons for choosing this field, how knowledgeable you are in this field, how long you study and research.
Canada offers a wide variety of alternatives to master’s degree students. If your university graduation average is low, you don't have to worry! With Postgraduate Certificate Programs (qualified immigration education) that we will enroll in, you can continue your master's program by raising your GPA, or as an individual who has completed his professional qualification, you start your business life as a professional who has the right to work full-time. Remember! You have the right to work in Canada as much as the year you studied.
With Master and Postgraduate certificates, students have the right to work part-time 20 hours a week during their education period. With this right to work, which is granted to international students by the Government of Canada, the purpose is not to open a door to gain and enrich the student. To improve the professional skills of the students and to ensure that they become a well-equipped individual by providing them with qualifications. If students want to start their professional life and work in Canada after their education, they can extend their right to work for 3 more years after the 1-year full-time right after the education. This process takes the student to a wonderful period that will provide a citizenship process.