Im interested in doing M.S in engineering at the university of WINDSOR.I have an aggregate of 57% in my B.Tech and 70% in 10th and 12+

can i get admission in any of the colleges in canada for my M.S. not only in WINDSOR but any of the universities. please inform me as soon as possible. i want to do my M.S for this january. so please inform me as i have to start my processing if i can go wit my score.

0 40 Views | Posted 2011-10-04 10:28:01

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    shaban | Guide-Level 11

    2011-10-25 14:06:05
    In order to pursue MS in Canada, you need to have:
    Good academic background, with 16 years of education.
    Relevant undergraduate degree from recognized university.
    GRE score of 1100-1200 plus.
    TOEFL score of 80-90 plus, or
    IELTS score of 6-7 bands plus.
    For your reference find below some of the best universities in Canada offering MS course:
    University of Ottawa.
    University of Alberta.
    University of British Columbia.
    I hope this answers your query.
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    All the Best.

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