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I was always keen to study at a Canadian university and so I had applied here. The application process was very easy and I had applied online by creating a new account. I had paid an application fee of around $40 and my secondary and high school transcripts were mailed to the Admissions office of St. Mary's by my school.
Our program was excellent and combined two very important fields of technology and business. Programming languages, Database programming, communications, Networks, and Security were some of the courses I had taken.
I was always keen to study at a Canadian university and so I had applied here. The application process was very easy and I had applied online by creating a new account. I had paid an application fee of around $ 40 with my credit card and my secondary and high school transcripts were mailed to the Admissions office of St. Mary's.
Our curriculum was excellent and combined two very important fields of technology and business. Programming languages, Database programming, communications, Networks, and Security and Strategic Management were some of the courses I had taken.
This university is a research leader. I believe only theoretical knowledge is not sufficient to gain sufficient knowledge in any field. I wanted to join a university that focuses on practical and research work, so the best college I came across was St. Mary in Canada. Along with it, they help the students with scholarships, which was a benefit I was already looking for. I was charged $40 for the application form as I applied online.
The course has been structured very well, that it helps to develop skills in critical thinking, analytical reasoning, scientific analysis, problem-solving, and interpersonal communication.
I wanted to gain knowledge in the field of finance from abroad. I had an additional advantage of three years of work permit after course completion, back then, it gave me a push to apply in the country. Out of all the business schools that I applied for, my luck got me a spot at St Mary's University. Plus, I had a 4-year Bachelor of Engineering degree on my platter with a score of 80% that gave me enough confidence to get through the admission process.
Course Curriculum was excellent with the inclusion of Financial Analysis and Reporting, Applied Statistics. Investment, Risk Management, and Investment Banking to name a few. I was given detailed training in accounting and finance through economic scenarios of various countries. imparting practical knowledge was a core part of the curriculum.
Their early acceptance medical school program and their biology program. I also really liked the small size of the school and I liked the way the campus looked. The location of the school was another major factor for me.
I believe that the biology major course curriculum is a lot and the professors have extremely high expectations of us. Sometimes I stay up all night and work on homework and study for exams and it leaves little to no time for personal things.
I chose to go here for a change of scenery, I had heard good things about their education program as well so I wanted to go. I also like going to a smaller school because I find it easier to pay attention, meet friends and talk to the profs.
I think that it is good. I like the amount of time we get to spend doing our practicum. I also really like the classes that focus on lesson planning and learning about the curriculum. Sometimes I find the theory classes to be a bit boring.