I'm an international student thinking about spending my semester abroad in Canada (preferably in Ontario)! These are the options I've been given. What are your thoughts on the best choice I could make and why? (I'm a Business + CompEng major and am looking to expand my business side horizons abroad)
- By - sparsh26
TMU or York
- By - rka-jne
- By - Kwekker
The OPS (Ontario Public Service) is quite large (60k+ staff) and most of the ministries have their HQs in downtown Toronto, so there's a number of policy jobs and what not there. If you can do an internship/co-op there (even if your goal is the feds) I would definitely take advantage of it. I go to TMU and we have lots of Co-op students doing roles there, although I'm not sure what the numbers look like on the policy side as I'm a business student.
You need to use the extension form that they included in the email. You don't apply for osap the normal way when you get osap for the preceding winter.
Hi thank you when I tried signing up it says “do not qualify “
If you're taking a part time course load you have to apply for part time osap like it says at the bottom of the letter.
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It's a great idea and something that I was looking into doing before. I made a post about it here:
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I've always gone to my classes (unless I had something else I needed to attend) and the decrease in attendance is very noticeable after the midterms. It's pretty normal.
You can't plan that far ahead. For midterms your midterm could be during a lecture time slot or it could be on a weekend. For finals, there's an exam period in which all of the exams will occur, however, those dates aren't announced until further into the semester. The numbers always change so things won't be consistent from one year to the next.
I still have access to UTSC and UTM, just not Rotman unfortunately. I've actually narrowed things down to exactly those 3 as well (UBC, UTSC, McGill). Would you say they're all on the same level or do any of them have some speciality they shine in?
For location reasons alone I would scratch out UTSC completely. Especially since you have the option of going to McGill or UBC.
Yes, you still need to do them. Just do them as if you were planning on not doing Co-op.
I would recommend upgrading and applying to uni directly if a bachelors degree is your goal. You'll have an easier time doing that then starting a college program (plus the associated costs of that) and then trying to transfer over to a university. There's also no guarantee that your college courses will be transferable.
They'll move the funds over to your campus fund account, which is ironically more flexible than the flex funds account.
Sorry to hear that happen! Make sure you report your student card as missing too as that can be used to access buildings under your name.
Do you know what you want to do (programing?)?
I don't know anything about the chem program but I will say that both schools are known to be commuter schools.
You need to meet the conditions by the date specified on the offer letter. As long as you do that, you'll be fine.
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Yeah I see now, will do
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This is a godsend. Should be pinned
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