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  1. tapperb

    I failed a subject, what I need to do now ?

    Retake the class in another semester. As long as you are a full time student you should be fine
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    PGWP Eligibility (Leave of Absence + part-time)

    That is up to the discretion of the officer, that's what I was trying to say. As per letter of the law, OP is not eligible for PGWP as there's no section saying authorized absences are alright but VOs have been known to lenient is most cases.
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    PGWP Eligibility (Leave of Absence + part-time)

    No, technically you are not. You can try and apply with medical incident reports and a SOP but they are not obliged to give you a PGWP
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    Ray of hope - FSW - 1

    He said he was gonna leave the forum if FSW didn't happen tomorrow
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    North Island College

    Didn't you just say you planning to apply? How can you refute that statement then when you haven't even started your studies?
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    Help please

    What was the points listed for reason for refusal? and have you applied again already?
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    North Island College

    It is going to be harder to find work in small towns vs big cities which is obvious. Also, don't expect to find employment in cities from small time college degrees as they are unrecognizable
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    Is it advisable to prefer online classes?

    Yes, I am in the same situation. For me summer and fall will be online and the 2 following semesters after will be in person. It is a risk but these programs only have 1 intake a year. For me, it was an easy decision as I would be wasting a year doing nothing otherwise. Sometimes you have to...
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    Ray of hope - FSW - 1

    Someone translate this for me
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    Ray of hope - FSW - 1

    I'm not trying to discourage anyone here but I personally know people that have been rejected from job postings for having too much experience. They specifically want people that are young and not a lot of experience. It is a vicious cycle because new immigrants are told to start from the ground...
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    Ray of hope - FSW - 1

    FSWs are a responsibility for the govt., CECs/Intl students are/were a source of revenue which the govt. owed nothing to CECs (most of them) pay taxes, FSWs do not (initially) CECs are already established (less verification needed), FSWs are not established FSWs have families to feed, CECs do...
  12. tapperb

    Chances of getting into a university

    UBC is a good university. Considered top 4 in the country so in that aspect good scope. Civil Engineering is more specific, you can look up jobs by selecting criteria on Indeed
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    Chances of getting into a university

    What advice are you looking for? If you can afford it then apply
  14. tapperb

    Can my uncle and mother sponsor me?

    Yes paid in full.. generally they don't like when no direct family is sponsoring e.g. mother, father, sibling. If that was the case then 1 year or 1 semester would suffice
  15. tapperb

    Ray of hope - FSW - 1

    Its unlikely but possible. I read this article, that's why https://www.cbc.ca/player/play/1757790275741
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    Ray of hope - FSW - 1

    If they decide to close borders for the long term i.e. 1 year or more then I believe they will figure out a way to have inland FSW draws
  17. tapperb

    Ray of hope - FSW - 1

    The current system suggests that if they do have the capability, they are not using it in their criteria for draws. If you are asking whether they are able to sort FSWs by Inland and Outland, then the answer is yes
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    Project Mangement- Northeastern University Toronto

    https://www.canadavisa.com/canada-immigration-discussion-board/threads/northeastern-university-toronto.667178/
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    Wrexham Glyndwr MSc WES

    You can try other credential assessing companies, CES or IQAS
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    Supply Chain Management or Project Management???

    Not really. SCM is business/commerce.