|University of Alberta, ECE
Admission Requirements 3.0/4.0 in B.S, TOEFL>580 (92 with 20 on each section (IBT)/IELTS 6.5, with at least 5 on each test band)
Each applicant is normally required to pay an application deposit of CAD $100
Simon Fraser University, graduate school
If your first language is not English, you must take the Test of English as
a Foreign Language (TOEFL). (A minimum score of 250 on the electronic test, or
230 with a 5.0 on the test of written English, is required. If using the older
paper test a minimum TOEFL score of 600 is required. For iBT min. required score is 80)
If you are applying to the M.Eng. or M.A.Sc. or Ph.D. program in the School
of Engineering Science you must take the General Graduate Record Examination
(GRE) unless you hold a degree from a North American university.
For all three degrees, the minimum GRE requirement is Verbal 560,
Quantitative 740, Analytical 700.
University of Manitoba, MBAAverage age of students admitted is 32 yrs.
GMAT score range is 580-600
Typical undergraduate grade point average (GPA) is 3.3 to 3.5.
Minimum score of 80 (internet-based) or 550 (paper-based) on the TOEFL
Application Fee: $100 for all applicants
Fees ~CAD $24,000/yr (includes Health Insurance + text books)
University of New Brunswick (Dept of Computer
Applicants for any of the graduate programs in Computer Science who do not
have a degree from a Canadian University are normally required to submit their
General GRE (Graduate Record Examination) results. We consider the GRE
scores together with other documented evidence of academic strengths, such as
transcripts and letters of reference, and normally require a minimum total
score of 2000, distributed about equally over the tested subject areas (V, Q,
Applicants whose native language is not English must submit their TOEFL
(Test of English as a Foreign Language) results including verbal and
written TWE (Test of Written English) scores. Computer Science requires
minimum scores of 580 for the TOEFL test (237 for the computer-based TOEFL
test) and 4.5 for the TWE test. ref: http://www.cs.unb.ca/grad/html/grad_admission_requirements.shtml
Carleton University click
http://www.gs.carleton.ca/kits for admission requirements
The University of Waterloo
Waterloo Engineering is the largest engineering school in Canada. International students are important members of the family of University of Waterloo There are more than 4,300 international students from more than 90 countries studying at the University of Waterloo every year.
You can get all applications for the University of Waterloo online by the Ontario Universities' Application Centre (OUAC). You can apply using the 105 application form. For fall term admission, the 105 form is available in late September. (E.g., applications for fall 2012 are available in September 2011).
If you're applying for Engineering at Waterloo including Software Engineering, you are eligible to apply to only One Engineering program. You can specify your other Engineering choices on the Admission Information Form (AIF). International students are eligible for all programs offered by the University of through either the regular or co-op systems of study. University starts sending Offers of Admission in December for all the fall term applicants, but the majority of offers will be sent by late May.
Estimated total first-year costs for 2 terms/8 months for international engineering students is ~$39,000-$46,000 additional other costs include $2,900 for estimated costs of telephone, entertainment/recreation, personal care, and laundry/clothing.