BBA from Trinity Western University - a rich learning experience

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    I had applied to this university as it was recommended to me by my high school teacher. She knew that I wanted to pursue studies in Business Administration so she had suggested that I apply here. I had applied online, submitted my high school documents and paid a non refundable application fee of around $150.

    Course Curriculum :

    The program was really excellent and my major was in International Business. Some of the subjects I had learnt, included - International Marketing and Leadership in the Global Context.

    Exams :

    I was keen to apply to a program, which would enable me to pursue a global career in business. This is why I had felt that this program would be best for my future goals. I had studied English and Mathematics at an advanced level in high school and so I was eligible to apply to this program. Being an international student, I had submitted my TOEFL score of 96.

    Placement :

    We had a Career & Professional Development Office in our college which helped us with resume and cover letter drafting and choosing the right career path . I was guided on the best options I could opt for after my program. I was even guided on further studies in my chosen program. Placement opportunities were really good and some of us were placed in companies such as , Shell and Gemba Research.

    Events :

    We had interesting events on campus such as Student Orientation week where as new students, we got to know our classmates, professors and college staff in an informal setting.

    Fees :

    My tuition fee was around $ 700 each semester hour and I had taken around 15 hours each semester , so I paid around $10500 as my fees each semester. I was considered for the Dean's Scholarship amount of $2000 each year based on my high school GPA which was 3.2.

    Faculty :

    We were fortunate to have been taught by really excellent professors who were all attached to this field in their professional lives. While they taught us all that we needed to know about international business, they ensured that we also learn the ethics of the Christian faith and apply that in our professional lives.

    Hostel :

    I did not have any relatives or family acquaintances in Canada so my parents had wanted me to stay on campus. I had stayed in the residence halls and shared a room with one of my friends. My room and meals had together cost me around $11000 each year and my transport and other expenses amounted to around $3000 each year.

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