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graduate vs undergraduate visa rejection rates

Discussion in 'International Students' started by soie76, Sep 10, 2011.

  1. I was wondering if there is any difference in the rejection rules if you are applying for a graduate or an undergraduate degree.
    Thinking this because, if i gather correctly they do want more skilled educated people to settle in canada and those who r applying for higher degrees fill this criteria more.
    Anyone who also thinks this when they got their visa rejected pls comment
     
  2. Hiii...

    Its not important for VO to check whether the candidate is UG or PG.. The thing is VO will grant visa if you are a genuine student,
    and their is no visa grant rate because student mostly go canada after completing their graduation very less UG students apply for visa. So their is no measurement in grant rates.

    Point to be noted is: you have to tell the VO same things that he wants to know (i.e you will not settle in canada after authorize period) and once you get visa you are the king do whatever you want.
     
  3. Hi,


    Interesting Post ! Well, I think there is no difference between PG and UG visa success rates. But yes there is one thing which goes in favour of PG Students. As you might be aware, getting into a Grauduate program on a University level is not a cake walk. You must have some strong credentials like Academics, GPA, GMAT (if applicable), strong SOP, CV, Work Experience etc. Only good students (or atleast above average) manage to get into a ranked University.

    So, I have 'no doubt' these factors play huge role in Graduate applicant visa success.
     
  4. Hi,


    SOP - Statement of Purpose. A very important part of your admission file.
     
  5. any good samples of sop available anywhere?
     
  6. Cant you make your own, You are an MBA right?
     
  7. yeah I can :). and hopefully a good one :)
     
  8. You can find tons of sample SOPs on the web but its highly reccommended that you make your own. You can always consult from the samples to understand the format etc. The last thing you want is to be caught for Palagarism. You never know, as samples are on WORLDWIDE web ;)
     
  9. Thanks a_a_d.
    I am not a big fan of plagiarism at all. I know my strengths and luckily writing is one of them, which should help me in this case.
    i did want to see a format which you have helpfully suggested to search on the web. :)
    However, my concern still stands regarding the visa issuance. There seems to be no settled trend for it. They are refusing genuine students too.
     
  10. Another way of looking at this is the Statement of Purpose that you must have made while applying to a particular course. Review it and ammend the details to structure it as an SOP/ Study Plan for your visa application.
     
  11. Hi Guys,

    Just a quick inquiry.

    What are the chances of a newly graduate secondary student getting a study permit to pursue post-secondary education in a Canadian Institution?

    Please give links on the procedure in applying study permits.

    Thanks. :D
     

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