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Education in Canada , Masters, MBA...
Why Masters Canada?
Canada offers a high quality, research oriented nd affordable education which is recognized world-wide. Canada is a safe, secure, healthy, multicultural and welcoming environment for international students. It's regarded as one of the best countries to live. 100,000+ international students enrolled in Canadian universities in 2011. Many Canadian Universities are ranked in top 100 worldwide.
Apply for MS in Canada
To get admission in Canadian University you will need to have TOEFL/IELTS/MELAB scores (for students from non English speaking countries). Top Universities might require GRE scores. Getting Canadian student visa is easier as compared to US visa. Cost of education is less (if compared to USA).
Universities of Canada are World Class Institutions and are cheaper than American Universities. The Deadlines Of Most Engineering Programs are in December to February and they have earlier deadline than US Universities. Getting in Canadian University is relatively easier but getting in top 3-4 University is tough.
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There are similar requirements at Canada's French-language universities. International students are advised to contact the Canadian university where they wish to study about one year in advance.
Cost Of Study
Canadian University are cheapest among UK
. The Commonwealth scholarship is one source of funding for Canadian Universities at the post-graduate level (for Masters in Canada) , but is restricted to a very limited number of students of exceedingly high intellectual promise who live in Commonwealth countries.
Top CS Schools - Canada
Top Schools (Engineering) of Canada
Following are Best Universities of Canada...
List of Universities in Canada
- University Of Waterloo, Ontario
University Of Toronto, Ontario
McGill University, Montreal, Quebec
Simon Fraser University, Burnbay, B.C.
Carleton University, Ottawa , Ontario
- Universite DE Montreal , Quebec
- Queens University, Kingston , Ontario
- University Of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC
Concordia University, Montreal, Quebec
University Of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta
University Of Victoria, B.C.
University Of Calgary, Alberta
University Of Sakatchewan
University Of Western Ontario
Universite DU Quebec
Ecole Polytechnique, Montreal
University Of Windsor
University of Toronto (Engineering)
Test of Written English (TWE): 4.0
Internet-based: 93 with 22 in Writing and Speaking
Michigan English Language Assessment Battery (MELAB)
Minimum score of 85 required
International English Language Testing System (IELTS)
Minimum score of 7.0 required