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I opted for this college after failing to get a decent college in India so I decided to skip the option of studying in a private college in India and decided to look for affordable courses in Canada. While searching I found this course and applied online with an application fee of $100.
The course contains the basic sciences and the basics of different engineering fields in the first year. Then It dives into some of the important concepts of computer science like system design, networking, programming and data structure, and algorithm.
For a Bachelors's degree, I particularly wanted a 4-year program and this was one of the only colleges in Canada offering such a course. The application can be made online and the application fees are $140. I received a reply within 2 weeks from the time of application. I was elated with such an early response and that was another reason that contributed towards my admissions decision.
My curriculum provides a general framework for financial decision-making. It helps me examine financial and investment decisions from a corporation's perspective. It gives a comprehensive outlook and cutting-edge knowledge in management accounting. It helps me examine the economic role of financial statement auditing for public companies.
Literature was my dose of apple-pie at school. I was on cloud nine when my parents gave me the grant to pursue my bachelor's in English who were otherwise pushing me harder to opt for a degree in science. Even more, I was exhilarated when I finally managed to get their consent on my idea of studying abroad. While I applied to a couple of colleges in the UK and Canada, I decided to study at King's under the recommendation of one of my close relatives who is an alumnus of the institute. The application process was simple, I applied by creating an account to the ApplyAlberta application system. The application fee was $140.
My routine in the college apart from those usual class hours includes participation in a lot of Workshops aiding personal growth, Student associations, and other clubs that provides an opportunity for international students like me to mix up with fellow mates and understand the culture and traditions followed in Canada.