Canadian study abroad education features

A special feature of Canadian education, Co- Op Education (student paid internship). Co-Op means that students have regular classes in the school during the semester, and they work full-time in the company and receive a lot of salary. Canadian companies are highly valued for Canadian Co-Op. International students who have had Co-Op are basically able to quickly find good jobs after graduation, including high investment banks and consulting industries. As we all know, in all countries of the world, it is obviously difficult for international students to find jobs. If there is no formal work experience, it is often difficult for international students to find good jobs after graduation, and it is more likely to affect immigrants. However, even in Canada, there are not many universities with high prestige and large-scale Co-Op projects. One of the unique advantages of Soaring is that we can help you enter schools and majors with good Co-Op, such as:


1. I want to study undergraduate and master's degree in science and engineering. I recommend the University of Waterloo to have the world's largest science and engineering Co-Op project.

 

2.I want to study business undergraduate, recommend Laurie University, it has the world's largest economic management department Co-Op.

 

3. Want to study for an MBA, recommend McMaster University and Laurier University. The three universities are close to Canada's economic center, Toronto.

 

The Co-Op project has a high reputation and scale, and many majors have close to 100% paid internship opportunities. In particular, McMaster University and Laurier University's MBA Co-Op program can be applied without any work experience. The minimum tuition fee is only over 40,000 Canadian dollars (about 200,000 RMB).

Part of the successful cases

In 2013, Guo, 80% of his grades, 6.5 points of IELTS, graduated from high school in China, and was successfully admitted to the Laurier University Business School.

 

In 2014, Qiu classmates, who usually scored 75%, IELTS 5, graduated from computer science, were successfully admitted to the language classes and masters of the University of Windsor.

 

In 2015, Chen, 70% of his grades, 6.5 points of IELTS, undergraduate accounting, was successfully admitted to UBC, York University Business School and Queen's University MBA.

 

In 2016, He, a student with a normal score of 82%, and an IELTS score of 6, graduated from high school in Ontario, Canada, and was admitted to the computer major of Queen's University.

 

In 2017, Zhang, a grader of 85%, IELTS 6.5, graduated from high school in China, and was successfully admitted to Concordia Chemistry.

 

In 2017, he was a student with an average score of 82% and an IELTS score of 6.5. He graduated from high school in China and was admitted to the Lassonde College of Engineering in York.

 

In 2017, Ma, a student with an average grade of 88% and an IELTS score of 6.5, graduated from high school in China and was admitted to the University of Waterloo.

In 2018, Li, who scored 85% in his usual grade, and IELTS 7.0, was successfully admitted to the Brock University MBA and Master of Education.

 

In 2018, Wang, a regular grade of 75%, IELTS 6.5, was successfully admitted to the pre-MBA program of Wilfrid Laurie University.

Secondary school:

·       Apply for Canadian public/private secondary schools for international students, including top private schools

·       Talk to your students/parents to learn about your child's interests, strengths, and goals.

·       Introduce appropriate secondary schools based on their specific grades and goals;

·       Assist students to fill out the application form and prepare the application materials;

·       A document with personal characteristics that is required by the instrument to be written, revised, and finalized with the student;

·       Interview counseling with interview requirements;

·       Student overseas study visa application;

·       Provide long-term academic planning services for Year 10 and 2 students in Canada;

·       Each semester examines the student's mid-term final grades, talks with the class teacher, and advises students on learning;

·       High school elective guidance based on student strengths, weaknesses, past achievements, interests, and target university/professional;

·       Personality test and career-oriented analysis;

·       High school volunteers, extracurricular activities, and discipline competition guidance;

·       Instruct students to participate in local university activities, develop interest, explore majors, and enrich their application qualifications;

·       Renewal student visa in Canada.

Some examples of high schools we send students over to include 

 

1. Resurrection Catholic Secondary School/Resurrection Catholic High School

Location: KITCHENER, Ontario
Grade: 9-12
Student age: 14-19 years old
Founding date: 1990
Student population: 1,400
International student ratio: 3.4%
Teacher/student ratio: 24:1

Featured Education:
AP courses: Science, Mathematics, Geography, English, French, Sports
UCEP: Collaborative Teaching Program with the University of Waterloo

ESL: Yes
Student uniform: Yes
Exam Requirements: Ontario High School English Graduation Exam

Facilities: Science Computer Lab, outdoor track and field, 6 tennis courts, 3 football fields, featured technology classrooms (construction, automation, computer engineering, reception, beauty, architecture, hairdressing), gymnasium, 3 gymnasiums, conservatory.

 


2. St. David's Catholic Secondary School/St. David's Catholic High School

 

Location: WATERLOO, Ontario
Grade: 9-12
Student age: 14-19 years old
Founding date: 1965
Student population: 1000 people
International student ratio: 5.5%
Teacher/student ratio: 24:1

Featured Education:
AP courses: Science, Mathematics, Geography, English, French, Sports
UCEP: Collaborative Teaching Program with the University of Waterloo

ESL: Yes
Student uniform: Yes
Exam Requirements: Ontario High School English Graduation Exam

Facilities: Science Computer Lab, 6 outdoor track and field, tennis courts, 3 football fields, special technology classrooms (construction, automation, computer engineering, reception, beauty, architecture, hairdressing), gym, 3 gymnasiums.

Undergraduate:

  • Apply for a Canadian undergraduate degree for international students;

  • Talk to the student/parent to learn about the student's interests, ideals and goals;

  • Communicate with the school and the teacher when needed (inside);

  • Introduce students to Canadian universities and related majors;

  • Initially select 5-8 universities according to their grades and professional direction;

  • Instruct students to select universities and majors and assist with filling out various application forms;

  • Co-authoring, revising and finalizing documents with students' personal characteristics;

  • Provide students with simulated rehearsals for interviews or video questions and answers;

  • Follow up the student's application, contact the university admissions office in time, and solve the problem; Instruct students to weigh the pros and cons, evaluate multiple admission notices, and choose to accept them; The most suitable university and major for you;

  • Student overseas study visa application or extension of domestic study visa.

Postgraduate:

·       Apply for Canadian University graduate students for international students (domestic/overseas)

·       Talk to students to understand their interests, ideals and goals;

·       Introduce students to Canadian universities, related majors and immigration policies;

·       3-5 universities are initially scheduled based on student achievement, professional direction and immigration policy;

·       Instruct students to select universities and majors and assist with filling out various application forms;

·       Co-authoring, revising and finalizing documents with students' personal characteristics;

·       Follow up with the student's application and contact the graduate school in a timely manner;

·       Provide students with simulated rehearsals for interviews or video questions and answers;

·       Instruct students to weigh various factors and choose to accept university research that suits them.

·       Professional admission;

·       Student overseas visa application or extension of domestic student visa.

We have compiled a list of top universities in Canada and their information. Below are a few of them for your perusal. For the full list, make an enquiry with us and sign on for application advice!

University of Toronto

McGill University 

University of British Columbia

University of Toronto (28) https://www.utoronto.ca/

Basic information

The University of Toronto (UofT, or UToronto) is a public research university in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, located on the grounds that surround Queen's Park. The university is commonly ranked as the best Canadian university, according to various major publications. It is one of two members of the Association of American Universities outside the United States, the other being McGill University in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. The University of Toronto has educated three Governors General of Canada, four Prime Ministers of Canada, four foreign leaders, and fourteen Justices of the Supreme Court. As of 2018, ten Nobel laureates, three Turing Award winners, 94 Rhodes Scholars, and one Fields Medalist have been affiliated with the university.

Popular subject and its ranking

#18 Arts and humanities

#24 Life science

#26 Physical science

#28 Business and Economics

#18 Computer science

#11 Law

Fees & Financial aid

International: 32,000 - 34,000 USD

 

Admission Scholarships are for those individuals applying to the University for undergraduate studies.

In-course Scholarships are available to students currently registered at the University of Toronto. Additional information on In-course Scholarships is available through a Division's (Campus, Faculty, College) Registrar's Office.

Also has loan, grant, etc.

  • IELTS: The minimum requirement is an overall band of 6.5, with no band below 6.0.

  • TOEFL: The minimum scores required for the different TOEFL tests are:

    • Internet-based Test: Minimum Requirement: total score of 100 + 22 on Writing

      • Discretionary Range: total score 89-99 +22 on Writing

    • Paper-based Test (discontinued in July 2017) : Minimum Requirement: total score of 600 + 5.0 on TWE

      • Discretionary Range: total score 573-597 + 5.0 on TWE

    • Paper-delivered Test (offered from October 2017) results will be reviewed on an individual basis.

 

Recommended application deadline for OUAC 105, U of T International, Internal and Part-time applications is November 1, 2018.

 

Graduate Employment

The typical University of Toronto Graduate Student salary is $24,339

 

McGill University (33) https://www.mcgill.ca/

Basic information

McGill University (French: Université McGill) is a public research university in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. The university is one of two universities outside the United States who are members of the Association of American Universities and it is the only Canadian member of the Global University Leaders Forum (GULF) within the World Economic Forum. McGill counts among its alumni 12 Nobel laureates and 145 Rhodes Scholars, both the most of any university in Canada, as well as five astronauts, the incumbent prime minister and two former prime ministers of Canada. Most students are enrolled in the five largest faculties, namely Arts, Science, Medicine, Engineering, and Management.

Popular subjects and its ranking

#14 Law

#25 Clinical, Pre-clinical and health

#41 Life Science

#40 Social Science

#35 Psychology

Fees and financial aid

Education cost: $20,534 - $49,144 (Canadian dollars)

Basic living cost: $13,051 - $18,378

 

There are two types of centrally-administered entrance scholarships:

One-year Scholarships, valued at $3,000 (non-renewable)

Major Scholarships, valued between $3,000 and $12,000 (renewable annually up to 3 or 4 years provided criteria for renewal are met)

 

Certain faculties at McGill offer their own faculty-specific entrance scholarships. These faculties include Music, Dentistry, Law and Medicine. You should consult individual faculty websites and admissions offices for more information.

 

Entrance bursary program

Tuition payment deferrals

Government student aid program

Work study program

Emergency loan

IELTS: The regular Academic test and the test for UKVI are both accepted. A band score of 6.5 or better; individual component scores of 6.0 or better

TOEFL: Education, Management: 100; Agricultural and Environmental Sciences (including Dietetics and Human Nutrition), Architecture, Arts, B.A. & Sc., Education, Engineering, Nursing, Physical and Occupational Therapy, Religious Studies, Science, Social Work

 

Deadline and requirement differ from different certificate

 

Graduate Employment

Financial Services - $129,000

Executive Management & Change - $118,000

Legal & Paralegal - $108,000

Programme & Project Management - $85,000

IT & Software Development - $70,000

Sales & Business Development - $58,000

 

University of British Columbia (47)

Website: https://www.ubc.ca/

Basic Information

The University of British Columbia (UBC) is a public research university with campuses in Vancouver and Kelowna, British Columbia. As of 2017, eight Nobel laureates, 71 Rhodes scholars, 65 Olympians, eight Fellows in both American Academy of Arts & Sciences and the Royal Society, and 208 Fellows to the Royal Society of Canada have been affiliated with UBC. The university is ranked among the top 20 public universities worldwide and among the top three[7][8] in Canada. With an annual research budget of $600 million (one of the largest in Canada), UBC funds over 8,000 projects a year.

Popular subjects and its ranking

#34 Computer Science

#27 Mathematics

#29 Medicine

#28 Law

#23 Economics

Fees and Financial Aid

Education cost: Around $49,000 (in Canadian currency)

Living cost: Around $15,000 (in Canadian currency)

 

International Major Entrance Scholarship

Outstanding International Student Award

UBC Vantage One scholarships and awards

There are various of scholarship and awards

Admission

IELTS       International English Language Testing System (Academic)

6.5, with no part less than 6.0

TOEFL Internet-based test (UBC’s institution code is 0965)

Overall: 90

Reading: 22Listening: 22Writing: 21Speaking: 21

 

Graduate Employment

The University of British Columbia is ranked 41st for graduate employability in 2017, and achieves its strongest score for the ‘employer reputation’ indicator. The university offers a number of resources and support to help students achieve their career goals, including the Entrepreneurship@UBC venture accelerator. Its alumni community includes three former Canadian prime ministers (including Kim Campbell, the country’s first female prime minister), Canadian artist Jeff Wall, actress Evangeline Lilly and astronaut Bjarni Tryggvason.