Since my family relocated to the Canada, I began searching for opportunities to further my education here. My dream of studying in the Canada was becoming a reality. I applied to this university because it was the closest to where I was living. To apply my application, I was led to an online portal, I had to pay a $100 application charge.
In terms of theory and application, I had a well-balanced course program. We had the ideal mix of classroom seminars and laboratory sessions in which we put our new found experience into effect. We were introduced to a range of industry-standard concepts and practices. All the subjects like management, consumer behavior, finance were covered.
My father wanted to set-up business in Canada so to help him I chose this course. I had submitted papers such as transcripts, letters of recommendation, and so on in order to meet the admission requirements. In addition, I applied my TOEFL ratings, which was 92 respectively.
There were plenty of career openings. And all of us had jobs before we finished our degrees. Few of us have chosen to apply for the position, while the majority of us, including me, have chosen to gain more experience and pursue a master's degree.
Elections, boxer pancake breakfasts, resume slams, workshops, guest lectures, and other events are held on a frequent basis at the university.
I have paid somewhere around $9,000 as the tuition and fee and $1,500 for the books and supplies. University had many financial aid and scholarships that it provided to the students but the fee was minimal, I decided to not apply for it and pay myself.
I had outstanding professors who were exceptionally trained who had worked in the business industry for many years. Many of them had PhD and MS degrees to go along with their academic papers that had been written in prestigious journals. They were excited to assist us and were still willing to provide advice. They did an excellent job at maintaining the student-faculty relationship.
I was lucky enough to be able to live here with my friends. I saved a lot of money by staying with my parents, and I still don't have to look for housing all around. I walk to college every day. Students used to live in both on campus and off campus residence.
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