A top-notch educational experience!

    I wanted to pursue my master from a renounced college but didn't want to invest much time and Schulich School of Business offered my choice of program in just one year and also they provide a top-notch educational experience, with successful and committed alumni, and a strong network of external stakeholders. I applied here by submitting an application form through university's website and along with that I paid an application fee of $150.

    Course Curriculum :

    My master in finance program provided me with the robust real-world training and analytical foundation needed for a rewarding career in modern finance. Through the curriculum, I was able to develop my understanding of corporate finance, risk management, private equity, compliance and more. Courses place a strong emphasis on real-world applications and context.

    Exams :

    After completing my bachelor's in Finance with a GPA of 8.1, I decided to study this subject a little further to gain in-depth knowledge about it. I submitted my IELTS score of 6.5 along with my GRE score of 298. Apart from this, I also submitted SOP, LORs, proof of finance, and my updated resume.

    Events :

    Various events were celebrated in our college as my college took it important for us to grow socially and engage with new people.

    Fees :

    My tuition was somewhere around $60,000 and along with the tuition, I also paid for Medical Services Fee, study material, and other fees came up to $2,000. Many scholarships like the Nissan Canada Leadership Entrance Award, Toronto Dominion Bank Award, Global leader of tomorrow award, International entrance scholarship, etc were made available to us.

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    Faculty :

    I used to study in a small class size and get individual attention along with additional instructional hours. Also, all of my professors used to contribute to becoming a success and employable. My professors were always there to help us and tried to answer our queries immediately.

    Hostel :

    I used to live in on-campus accommodation because I didn't know anyone here in Canada, I decided to consider my safety before anything else, and thus, I took an on-campus accommodation at Keele campus. I used to pay an estimated amount of $10,000 for the hostel. I was offered facilities such as a single room with a common washroom in sharing, lounge area, laundry as well as study space.

    8.8 out of 10
    9.0/10Social Life