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may 2020 intake (general discussion)

Ashekul

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Aug 25, 2019
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Hey everyone!
I have applied for Global Business Management in Centennial College on 17 Nov and received my offer letter on 19 Nov. I have already paid first semester's tuition fees and received the payment receipt. I ll will apply for the visa via online hopefully this month. I didn't go for any agent. All by myself. Is there anyone who's planning to apply for visa via Online?
 
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Ashekul

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Aug 25, 2019
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Thank you brother for ur reply.
Here i have given my academic background details for your greater concern.,since i have completed my graduation and post graduation from Linguistics subject so is it mandatory to choose a course related to Linguistics for doing my further education in Canada. Besides i am interested to get pr there after completing my education.Although i dont know whether any job is exist related to linguistics in Canada or not.so,if you kindly assess and tell me the name of the course which will be suitable for me as well as for my future career in Canada.My preferred subject is Tourism,travel,hospitality management,speech language therapy etc.I applied to the university of windsor for M.ed program but they refused my application.As my cgpa is below 3.0 so can i go for pgd in Tourism and hospitality management program in ontario's college?

ssc-5.00(0ut of 5)2008 science

Hsc-3.90(out of 5)2010 science

B.A-2.91(out of 4)2015 (Linguistics)

M.A-3.11(out of 4)2016 (Linguistics)

I got my ielts score.overall bandsore 7.00.speaking-6.5,listening-8.00,writing-6.0,Reading-6.5.

Please help me by your valuable guidance.
Thanks in Advance.
It's always recommended to select courses that goes with your educational background. It does matter for visa purposes. If you still want to switch you can but your SOP has to be strong enough explaining why you are switching.
 

Shadow_Man

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Dec 7, 2019
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Thank you brother for ur reply.
Here i have given my academic background details for your greater concern.,since i have completed my graduation and post graduation from Linguistics subject so is it mandatory to choose a course related to Linguistics for doing my further education in Canada. Besides i am interested to get pr there after completing my education.Although i dont know whether any job is exist related to linguistics in Canada or not.so,if you kindly assess and tell me the name of the course which will be suitable for me as well as for my future career in Canada.My preferred subject is Tourism,travel,hospitality management,speech language therapy etc.I applied to the university of windsor for M.ed program but they refused my application.As my cgpa is below 3.0 so can i go for pgd in Tourism and hospitality management program in ontario's college?

ssc-5.00(0ut of 5)2008 science

Hsc-3.90(out of 5)2010 science

B.A-2.91(out of 4)2015 (Linguistics)

M.A-3.11(out of 4)2016 (Linguistics)

I got my ielts score.overall bandsore 7.00.speaking-6.5,listening-8.00,writing-6.0,Reading-6.5.

Please help me by your valuable guidance.
Thanks in Advance.
Edit: Check Ashekul's post which is above my reply he clearly explained some tips for you Suzie007

Dude i am sorry but i don't know how Canadian score systems work. Also its better to study the course that you completed. Btw It would be better if you represent score using percentage. Normally above 60% mark is needed in most colleges. You can check Ontario colleges in this link: https://www.ontariocolleges.ca/en/programs
Just use the filter in their page to find pgdip courses and also use may/spring intake only filter. You will get list of all colleges also type in the program you wish to take in the small search box.
If you wish here are the links for all courses available in tourism/travel and hospitality in Ontario for may intake.
I wanna inform you that no pgdip courses are in the following list. Because no programs are open for may.


Tourism/Travel
Seneca college

1: http://www.senecacollege.ca/programs/fulltime/GTB.html

2:
http://www.senecacollege.ca/programs/fulltime/TIS.html

Centennial college

https://www.centennialcollege.ca/programs-courses/full-time/tourism-travel/


Hospitality
George brown college
1: https://www.georgebrown.ca/programs/tourism-and-hospitality-management-program-h130/

2: https://www.georgebrown.ca/programs/food-and-beverage-management-restaurant-management-program-h132/

Georgian college.

https://www.georgiancollege.ca/academics/full-time-programs/hospitality-hotel-and-resort-operations-management-co-op-hhro/

Centennial college

1: http://www.centennialcollege.ca/programs-courses/full-time/hospitality-hotel-operations-management/

2: http://www.centennialcollege.ca/programs-courses/full-time/food-beverage-management/

St. Clair college

http://www.stclaircollege.ca/programs/postsec/hospitality/

That is the whole hospitality and tourism courses open for may admission in Ontario. Don't worry someone will definitely help you.
Anyway here is a link that shows all colleges and courses available throughout Canada for may 2020 intake: https://www.geebeeworld.com/latest-news/all-others/courses-offered-in-canadian-institutes-for-2020-intake/
 
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Shadow_Man

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Dec 7, 2019
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Hey everyone!
I have applied for Global Business Management in Centennial College on 17 Nov and received my offer letter on 19 Nov. I have already paid first semester's tuition fees and received the payment receipt. I ll will apply for the visa via online hopefully this month. I didn't go for any agent. All by myself. Is there anyone who's planning to apply for visa via Online?
Dude congrats. BTW is it okay to pay only 1 sem's fee to get unconditional offer letter from college? Also I think for visa processing you have to pay a year's fee.
I am not sure please correct me if I am wrong.
 

Ashekul

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Aug 25, 2019
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Dude congrats. BTW is it okay to pay only 1 sem's fee to get unconditional offer letter from college? Also I think for visa processing you have to pay a year's fee.
I am not sure please correct me if I am wrong.
Yes it's undoubtedly fine to pay only first semester's fee which includes your registration fee as well. For visa there's no rule that one has to pay one year tuition fee, only one semester is enough, for the rest of the semesters your proof of finance is the key.
 

Shadow_Man

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Dec 7, 2019
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Yes it's undoubtedly fine to pay only first semester's fee which includes your registration fee as well. For visa there's no rule that one has to pay one year tuition fee, only one semester is enough, for the rest of the semesters your proof of finance is the key.
Ok but i think if someone is applying by taking a loan it's better to pay 1st year fee.
 

Ashekul

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Aug 25, 2019
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For online visa application, Do I need to upload notarized copy since I will Upload all the original scanned documents?