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Universities for Civil Engineering

bash123

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Nov 12, 2015
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Greetings guyz,

My bachelor is in Civil Engineering and i Would like to pursue Masters of Engineering in Canada(M.engg.). Can u all recommend me some universities for which:

1. Admission is not usually rejected and is easy to be enrolled

2. Getting a job is easier after graduation

The following r my considerations:

1. University of Toronto

2. University of British Columbia

3. University of New brunswick

4.University of OTtawa

5.Concordia University

Thanks in advance ! Smiley Smiley
 
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canuck78

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Getting a job after graduation and easily to be accepted don’t go together. The best schools will usually lead to better job opportunities after graduation. Those applying for a job after graduating from U of T will likely be selected over a candidate UNB. After graduation experience starts to matter more than where you graduated from if it from a well known Canadian school.
 

james_saudade

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Jul 6, 2020
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you want easy admission than i can tell you meng is easier to get into than masc in general, with less scholarship/bursary

either way they need your letter of intent and reference i believe

the higher gpa the better

afaik the engineering programs are well rounded at u of t so i think it'd be competitive to get into

same goes for ubc

unsure of other universities

but you can always try
 
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james_saudade

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Jul 6, 2020
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Please
So how many years pgwp will i be eligible for ?
The pgwp years is the length of your degree if it takes <2 years so you should be getting 1 year or 1 year and 4 months

Please ask an immigration consultant to make sure.

It's been a while since I was an international student