Valleyfield College Of Quebec an enlightening experience
I came to know about this college from one of my high-school professors. My professor guided and helped me throughout my application procedure at the university. I had even attended counseling sessions and got familiar with the certain other formalities required at the university. After filing an online application form and submission of an application fee of around $85, the admission procedure was not that complex. My GPA in high school was 8 and I had a huge interest in the field of architecture.
My program trained me to work as architectural technologists in architectural firms, engineering firms, construction businesses or government agencies. Versatility stems from the acquisition of general skills that enabled me to independently carry out the tasks they have been entrusted with. I was even taught to produce drawings and promotional material, design construction details, write specifications, estimate the cost of construction work, coordinate construction work, determine a building-s condition, and help to preserve architectural heritage.
Being fond of historical artwork and demographical buildings, I decided to pursue my career in this field. My university required submission of an internet-based TOEFL score of 93 and an SAT exam score of 1370. The documents which were required during my admission procedure included my official transcripts, letters of recommendation, a french-language certificate, and an identification certificate.
My tuition fee was around $8000. The books and supplies expenses were around $2000. The university provided education at affordable prices through means of financial aid provided to us. I had applied for a merit-based scholarship at the university. The scholarship covered around $14000 of my tuition fees, along with an exemption from additional tuition fees, and covered my health insurance expenses. The application procedure for my scholarship was quite simple and required submission of my financial affidavit.
I had stayed at the on-campus housing facility of the university. My residence expenses were around $12,800. The on-campus housing was quite expensive so I had to share my housing with my friends to cover up the high expenses. The meal plans expensed around $4000 and the food was really healthy and delicious.
The online career services offer career counseling and academic information service to help us regarding questions concerning schooling or entrance into the job market, or who are simply seeking more information on the subject. Moreover, career counseling services organize related activities such as career fairs, conferences, workshops and information sessions. The employment office offers multiple services to help students in their job searches like online job postings, help writing CVs and prepare for job interviews.
My university hosted a variety of socio-cultural, artistic and community activities. The activities on offer vary depending on the establishment, but regardless of the location of your studies, you will undoubtedly find a number of interesting activities. The events held include Art and book exhibitions, Quebec entrepreneurial competitions, Drop-in activities, and Intramural sports.