I was always keen to study business administration, so that I can do further studies in this field, such as an MBA. I had applied online and had paid an application fee of around $100. I had uploaded my secondary and high school transcripts and had also uploaded a copy of my valid passport.
I was a full time student and my program was of 30 credits. We had about 10 courses and the quality was really good. I had chosen Marketing as my specialization and we used to participate in competitions and community projects locally.
I had provided my class 12th scores in English, Mathematics and two other subjects of my choice and I had scored 86% in my high school English. I also had to demonstrate that I had sufficient knowledge of class XII Pre-calculus and Principles of Mathematics. I had submitted my IELTS test score of 7.0 too.
We had co-op work opportunities while studying as a full time student on campus. I was an international student therefore there were some rules to obey. I had a valid study permit and so I had worked as an intern. I had chosen Business Administration and internships were a part of my program, for which I had to apply separately.
We had a career planning and counselling department in our college. We had access to websites where we could search for jobs and internships. We had the opportunity to participate in workshops and get career guidance from experts.
We had a lot of winter sports events on campus such as the Month of January spin challenge and Walk across Canada Step Challenge.
As an international student, my full time, undergraduate tuition fees were around $7000 each semester, for my program. There were no scholarships or bursaries for international students. Loans too were available to only Canadian citizens and permanent residents.
We had excellent faculty who were highly qualified and had many years of experience working in the field of business. Many of them had MBA and doctoral degrees and were attached to research work in the fields of finance and accounting. They were eager to help us succeed and were always ready to guide us. We had a student-faculty ratio of approximately 19:1 and we had about 15-20 students in our class. So, our teachers knew us personally by name.
We had really wonderful campus apartments. I had lived in a five-bedroom furnished apartment with a few other friends. It was fully equipped with high speed internet, an equipped kitchen and laundry facilities. I had paid around $2100 each semester for my accommodation and meals.
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