I want to do my education from Canada because my brother has already done an MBA in the Canada and is doing well in his profession. I was motivated by this and applied to several top colleges here, and got accepted in this one. I applied via an online application form and paid the $95 application fee.
It was 2 year program that included a wide range of business topics such as statistics, economics, finance, management, organisational behaviour and leadership, diversity, and analytics, to name a few. We also attended guest seminars, conferences, and activity sessions.
I see a very right future for myself in this course. I took the TOFEL and received an 83 ibt and a GPA of 5. In addition, I submitted official transcripts, a statement of purpose, a current professional resume demonstrating my work experience, documents demonstrating my source of funding, and two letters of recommendation, and my interview was based on all of these documents.
I had decided to study further so did not attend placements; however, the university's alumni and seniors are now employed as managers, analysts, CEOs, and entrepreneurs. The placement department provided us with feedback on our resumes, assisted us in updating our LinkedIn profiles, and registers us on Handshake; they even hosted workshops and events on the subject.
Our lives here at the university are full of fun and sports such as competitions, which included football, basketball, and a variety of other games; we also go on day trips and voyages with the bikers club, and there are musical art performances, theatre, and dance events on campus.
The fee per year was about $15,000, as the tuition fee, and other costs such as student activity fee and transportation were about $1500. As an international student there were many financial aid facilities provided to me through which I got help of $4,000.
My university's professors were all professionals with years of industry and college experience, and since the faculty is relatively strong, we are able to comfortably engage with them and collaborate on issues and research. Professors even conducted guest lectures and workshops in small batches so it was easy to grasp.
I lived on-campus because there are many accommodation opportunities here, and the cost of my living was about $8,000, including the meal plan that I wanted, which cost me around $2,000, and other miscellaneous costs of about $1500.
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