based on 3 students ratings
I always loved studying languages, and English was a language that draws my interest to pursue my graduate course on that. I searched around 4 to 5 colleges on the internet and have applied to 4 for the same. But I got an admission at Athabasca University to pursue my dream course. I just paid the onetime fee of $115 and applied through the online portal.
My course in this university puts emphasis on a variety of literary works, countries, and historical periods. It did actually improve my critical thinking, my skills in interpretation, and writing. I really gained a different exposure and learned the importance of the English language in this present world. Along with that, I realized its spread in both the language and in literature.
I opted for this college because the other top-level institutions were very hard to get into. I applied at 5 places and Athabasca University was my 4th priority. But I'm really happy that I got accepted into this university. Also, my university receives grant research funding from the government so there are numerous opportunities to see and learn cool stuff in my area of study here. I applied to the university through the graduate application form along with the application fee of $118.
The program that I am pursuing delivers skills that are needed in the fast and growing market. The subjects included in my curriculum are business administration, financial management, accountancy, mathematics, and economics. This course very well provides students with in-depth knowledge about the subject and helped me to gain skills in leadership and management.
I researched well about this university at the time of admission and was impressed by the wide range of courses offered by it. I applied to the course with the help of a common application form that was available on the university's website. It cost me around $120.
My course provides me a thorough grounding in all core areas of business, from accounting to strategic management, and everything in between. It is a rigorous, technique based business degree. I am learning the theory, technical skills and ethical perspectives in the core business areas of marketing, statistics, financial management, etc.
My school teacher recommended Athabasca to me as she was an alumnus. Along with Athabasca University, I also applied to some other universities. Upon getting selected in two of the universities, I applied to Athabasca University through the Common Application form.
I am getting to study a complex course curriculum. It also requires an understanding of crime as well as the institutions and professionals that operate within these systems. The curriculum offered by my university provides me with a variety of courses that address the operation of the adult and youth justice systems, the examination of criminal justice policies, procedures and programs, and the roles of criminal justice professionals.
My school teacher who completed her Post graduation from this university informed me that this University offers various different courses to the aspirants coming from different educational So I made my mind to complete my graduation from Athabasca University and therefore applied for this program here through the online portal of the website, the application cost was around $120.
It's a complex program that requires an understanding of crime as well as the institutions and professionals that operate within these systems. The program provides us with a variety of courses that address the operation of the adult and youth justice systems.