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Canada Student VISA Interview Questions Tips & Requirements

by Amit Wadhwa

Canada Visa Interview Questions & Answers

The following are some of the Canadian student visa interview questions that the ambassador may ask:

1. How are you doing?

Tip: You don't have to be nervous and answer in a formal way. This question is basically asked to make you comfortable.

Fine, Thank you.

2. Have you ever been to Canada before?

Tip: Though Visa officer has the record of all your visits to Canada but you have to tell them the truth. If you have been there then you should remember the date of arrival & departure.

Yes I have been to Canada once in 2006 on a tourist Visa.

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No, I have not been to Canada so far.

If yes then it is advisable to remember the date of last arrival and departure from Canada.

3. Why do you want to study in canada?

Tip: Visa officer wants to understand your intentions to go to Canada. As you are applying for Canada student Visa so you should only talk about that.

I want to go there to pursue my Masters degree. Because of the ample research facilities and global exposure available there. I will be completely equipped in terms of practical exposure, by being in contact with people from different nations and working with the best technology.

4. Why did you select this particular university?

Tip: You should go through the website and handbook of your university carefully. Pen down some highlighted features such as World ranking, the research facility, the faculty profile, Alumni profile etc. Visa officer wants to know the reason behind joining the particular University.

E.g. I was keen to study in a university which can give me quality education so while searching various options I found that this university has got the best faculty available in my subject. Even the research facilities are very good. Moreover it is listed in the top 50 universities of the world with well known professionals as its Alumni's.

5. For which course are you going?

Tip: You should go through the course content carefully. You should know everything such as: Duration, Fee, commencement & end date, Credits points, curriculum etc about your course.

I am going for MS in Computer Science for the Fall 2009 session.

6. Why did you choose this course?

Tip: You should be very clear about your future plans after doing this course. Prepare a good statement mentioning about: How course is relevant to your previous degree, how this course adds value to you profile, why you are interested in doing this course etc.

This course is related to my previous studies as I have done my B.Tech (Computer Science) and I would like to continue my education in the same field. Moreover I am quiet interested in VLSI design and this course includes various modules related to that.

7. Why don't you do this course here in India?

Tip: You should know what difference the course would bring to you if done from Canada instead of India. If the course is not available in India, you can tell the Visa Officer that it is not offered in India. If the same course is available in India, highlight the differences in the quality of education and the course structure in India and Canada. You should convince the Visa Officer that doing this course from Canada will add value to your profile. Talk about a few researches being conducted in that field. Technical words work out when other things don't.

Similar course in India is entirely theoretical. Whereas the same course in Canada comes along with Internship and a lot of project work. Internship & projects will give me a lot of practical knowledge. After completing the course I will not get only the degree, but also experience in the field. Also, the research facilities are not that great here in India.

8. Which are the other universities you have applied to?

Tip: Visa Officer wants to know if you are really serious about your education. If you applied to 4 and were accepted in 1 and got 3 rejects, you should put it this way: I applied to 4, got 1 admit, 2 awaited and 1 reject. Visa Officer will have record of the Universities accepted your application and not of your rejections. You should say that the chosen university was your first choice.

I applied to four other universities and got calls from two of them. But I preferred to choose XYZ because of the research being carried out in the field of XXX (mention the one related to your course) that interests me the most.

9. How are you going to fund your education?

Tip: Visa Officer wants to know if you are well aware of source of your funds. This is the way to verify your documents as well.

You can say that Family funds or Bank loan (As per your Visa documents and funds statement)

10. Are you getting any school waiver?

Tip: Mention if you are getting any tuition fee waiver or teaching assistantship or research assistantship. That will prove to be a positive point.

11. Why do you think the university is giving scholarship to you?

Tip: You should know how much scholarship you are getting and probably the reason university is giving scholarship to you Visa Officer wants to know if you are aware of the scholarship programs and financial aid. Also if you have submitted any Statement of Purpose for scholarship then mention about that and carry a copy of the same.

It is because of my academic records, GRE & TOEFL Score.

12. From where did you do your under graduation?

Tip: Mention the name of the course and the university. If the university has high ranking or some specific feature, mention that too.

13. Tell me something about your past?

Tip: Be prepared to tell them that what you were doing between your last school and till today. Make sure your answers are focusing on your achievements, skills, you being a sincere student.

After completing my studies, I worked in ABC Company as …… Executive for X years. After that I joined XXX Company and presently working over there for last Y years.

14. Who is sponsoring your education?

Tip: If you have a scholarship, say that. Else mention the name of your sponsors, you may add that your father and mother are supporting you for your higher education as per the financial documents.

My father and relatives (As per Visa documents & Funds)

15. What does he do?

Tip: Visa officer basically wants to verify the financial capability of the sponsors. You are advised to go through the Income tax returns, and supporting documents of your sponsors carefully. Have a good idea of the income source of your sponsors.

16. What savings does your family have?

Tip: Make sure your answer focus on proof of having sufficient funds. Go through the financial documents carefully and mention the savings as per the documents. Always carry a detailed bank account statements and CA report with you. If you have taken an education loan then do mention about that and carry a copy of Loan letter with you.

My father is having savings of around XX Lakhs. And my mother has a fixed deposit of XX lakhs. Collectively they have sponsored me for XX lakhs. We are also availing an education loan from XYZ Bank for X lakhs.

17. What is your father's annual income?

Tip: Visa Officer wants to know if your father's annual income is sufficient enough to meet your expenses of studying abroad. They think that money can be put into banks, but annual income is a proof which they heavily rely upon to decide the student's parents capability to meet his educational expenses. You should mention the annual income as per IT returns.

His annual income is XYZ.

18. How many brothers and sisters do you have?

Tip: Such kind of questions is basically to verify weather your family has other members for whom your parents may have to raise fund later on. Basically such questions are asked to evaluate the balance of income and expenses of the family.

19. Do you have any relative in Canada?

Tip: Be truthful at this instance. Visa Officer will have record of this (about your brother/sister/Mother/Father) with them. If your distant aunt or uncle stays there, then you don't have to say about them. All that matters is your immediate relatives i.e. own brother, sister, father or mother. Any of your relative overstaying in Canada may not be favorable considered.

20. Is your brother/sister enjoying there?

Tip: Visa officer wants to know what the intentions of your brothers and sisters are. Never answer in a way that makes them believes that they plan to settle or overstay. Any of them overstaying in Canada may not be favorable considered. You may say that he is finding life tough there and has plans to come back to India after completing his studies/after a year or two.

21. What are the course commencement and completion dates?

Tip: You should remember the exact dates. Visa Officer wants to know if you are well aware of the course duration and start date.

22. Where do you plan to stay in Canada?

Tip: Mention the address where you have planned. This should reflect that you are serious about your studies and have made all arrangements for your education abroad.

23. What do you plan to do during your vacations?

Tip: Visa officer wants to know your ties to your home country. You can say that you plan to come back to meet your family and friends here in India. You should not say that you plan to work in Canada as that shows you are not financially strong and you are going there to earn money. This will make the Visa officer believe that even after completing your education, you would like to do job and settle there.

24. Show me your GRE and TOEFL Score?

Tip: Carry all documents in such a way that it becomes easy for you to remove and present them to Visa Officer without any wastage of time, whenever asked for. Always try to put the better score on the top. The speed at which you are able to show the relevant document whenever asked for also counts a lot. Visa Officer wants to know how sincere you are at your studies. Remember your scores and exam dates.

25. What is your undergraduate GPA?

Tip: You should convert your percentage in GPA and remember it exactly.

26. Can you show me your degree?

Tip: Handover the degree confidently and look at the visa officer. If asked only for a degree, do not show the mark sheets of each semester.

27. Mention some professors' name?

Tip: Do research the university and find out specifically the professors in your department before going for visa interview.

28. Did you get in touch with any professors in this University?

Tip: Before going for visa interview, you should contact professors in your department. VO wants to know how sincere you are for doing graduation from your chosen university.

Yes, I exchanged some emails with Prof XYZ. With the area of his research and the interest I have in that particular subject, I guess I can be good research assistant under him. It is always advisable to carry the printouts of the emails with you.

29. What are your future plans? Do you intend to stay in Canada?

Tip: Your answers should reflect clarity of thought, clarity of your intentions and strong ties to your home country.

I am sure the recent growth of Indian economy will open many avenues for me to start my company back in India. After acquainting with latest technologies in Canada, I look forward to start my company here in India.

30. Do you plan to work there?

Tip: Visa Officer wants to know your intentions. You should answer in such a way that Visa Officer is convinced that you are financially strong and plan to return to your home country after completing your studies.

31. Do you have enough funds while you are there?

Tip: You should be confident and say yes. Visa Officer wants to know if you have enough funds to meet your educational expenses.

Yes.

32. What is the location of your university?

Tip: You should do some research on your university before visa interview. You should know its exact location and the location of different campus as well (if any). Location might be one of the reasons that you selected this particular university, so make sure that you know its exact location.

33. What's the difference you can make by doing your MS in Canada?

Tip: You get better opportunities once you do your MS. Show foreign companies coming to India investing in your field. State some technical words expressing the advancements in your field.

Most of the Universities in Canada are going in parallel with the latest technologies. Educating myself in those technologies will provide me the necessary skill-set to start up something of my own in future.

Disclaimer: LearnHub advise all the students to answer truthfully in a visa interview, and the examples and advice are only to guide students to present themselves with their best foot forward, so they understand what is expected of their studies in Canada as well. The actual visa interview questions may differ.

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    sakshibt
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    sakshibtMon, 19 Aug 2013 10:12:30 -0000

    I have done M.Sc Biotech I want to do PhD in Biotech with 100% scholarship.Can you suggest me the name of universities in Canada.
    Thanks

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    shilan
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    shilanSun, 04 Aug 2013 14:48:08 -0000

    Hello
    I want to do MS in graphic design or fine arts like sculpture or painting from Canada,please tip me.I,m grudation from draphic designer in bachelor .this is very important to me.
    thank you

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    oluskaWed, 31 Jul 2013 08:08:12 -0000

    I want †?? pursue ?? master degree in canada and I didn't know how †?? begin please kindly give me the clue via email thank you

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    cDumelSun, 21 Jul 2013 19:17:18 -0000

    Hello,
    I have already applied for university admission in Canada for the fall semester.
    I have not received any acceptance letter yet but would like to know if I could go through my visa acquisition if I should get admission any moment from now as far as fall semester is considered.

    Thank you.

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    Discovery AcademyThu, 18 Jul 2013 07:58:06 -0000

    Hello,
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    OgbonnayaSat, 13 Jul 2013 11:06:37 -0000

    Hi
    I am james from Nigeria. I have completed my first degree programme and i wish to do my ms in Canada. What are the proceedures for student visa application. My contact is +2347035723951.
    Thanks

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    Luv_003Mon, 08 Jul 2013 08:29:41 -0000

    Hi , m 22 , and completed my graduation , and i have recently married…m olanning to study in canada with my wife… Should we both apply individually …or shall we show that we are married ?
    If ill show in my file that i am married , are the chances more for rejection ? Or will i get the vIsa ? My graduation scores are 50%

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    yashraj1979Tue, 02 Jul 2013 15:12:56 -0000

    Hi, Sir,
    This Is Yashraj Shetty, age 34 , with an experience of 12 years in hospitality industry , I have completed my diploma in hotel management in the year 1999 & also a graduate in B.A.in History . I do not have a certificate in ielts . Do you think it would be a good idea to try for a student visa for Canada or do you my age is a negative factor

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    pardeep_6200Thu, 27 Jun 2013 18:00:58 -0000

    sir/mam i have done my b.com last year with 47% percent marks,so am i eligiblefor applying student visa for canada and i also got 6.5 bands in ilets with no less than 5.5 bands

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    ASPAThu, 27 Jun 2013 12:44:30 -0000

    SIR… I HAVE DONE A 12 CLASS FROM INDIA ….. I AM WILLING TO DO A BACHELOR COURSE IN CANADA….. PLEASE HELP ME….. WHICH COURSE IS BEST FOR ME…. SO THAT APAR FROM STUDIES I COULD GET A GOOD JOB IN CANADA……. PLEASE HELP ME……. I AM WAITING FOR REPLY…… IF ANY REGARDS PLEASE CALL ME …..MY NO… IS 9335935000 …. I AM WAITING FOR YOUR CALL PLEASE HELP ME…….

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    abhayjonesMon, 01 Jul 2013 03:17:49 -0000

    Hi there, it's good to know that like me your also planning to get your undergraduate degree from Canada. I can help you to choose your course and to get admission in Canada. I tried to call you, but your number is not working. Contact me when you'll get time. I'm Abhay from Dehradun.

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    SK2501Mon, 24 Jun 2013 11:20:13 -0000

    I have been accepted for my MBA Fall 2013 batch in Brock University. I have got all my documents in place but have not yet applied for my student visa as i am awaiting GIC from Scotia Bank.
    My course starts on Sep 4th. Am i late in submitting visa? I am worried..

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    SK2501Mon, 24 Jun 2013 11:17:30 -0000

    I have been accepted in Brock University for my MBA 2013. I have got all my documents in place and am only awaiting GIC from Scotia Bank. My course starts on Sep 4th. I havent yet applied for my student visa.

    Am I late in submitting? Pleas advise.. I am worried

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    kirangona
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    kirangonaWed, 22 May 2013 03:58:11 -0000

    i want to do masters in canada, i got 70% in btech and i have 3 years of it experience please tell me the required document to do master's in canada.

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    Wisdom_greatnessSun, 05 May 2013 23:27:47 -0000

    Hi,pls i want to get a suggestion on this.i am from nigeria and i applied to do my second degree in canada.my first degree is Bsc in physics and i intend to go for computer science.what are my chances of getting admission and secondly i have two kids(am married) is it possible to travel with them peradventure i get the admission and student visa.pls reply me via email

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    JaaygurlFri, 19 Apr 2013 06:20:38 -0000

    Good morning,
    Am jumoke from Nigeria, Pls I need help.. Just got my admitted into a college for my postgraduate studies in industrial microbiology. I want to know the necessary documents am to take along for submission at the embassy…. Pls would appreciate if I get replies to my email and ASAP… Thank you so much

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    babycoleThu, 25 Apr 2013 19:49:20 -0000

    hi, am dammy from nig also, got admitted into a college in canada, go to nigeria.gc.ca under visa/ immigration, study, u'll find the study permit checklist, it has all d details u need. all d best

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    R3ddyFri, 22 Mar 2013 20:12:11 -0000

    Hi,
    I have dropped my application on march 14th
    Documents submitted and profile
    Profile :
    10th - 82%
    12th 63%
    BE-2010(Electronics &Communication Engg)- 70%
    no backlogs
    IELTS- 6.0( no less than 5.5)

    Got offer from FDU-Vancouver in Master of Administrative Science, Specialization in Computers an Forensic Administration

    Work experience 2.5 yrs in Administrative side
    Currently working as HR and Financial analyst for a software company

    Documents Submitted along with the application Docs
    1. Education docs from 10th-B.E.
    2. work Experience letter
    3. current Employer Verification Letter
    4. last 5 Payslips
    5. 1 year fee payments receipt and Acceptance letter from Fairleigh Dickinson University-Vancouver
    6. Loan confirmation letter for 12 lakhs(around $22770CAD)
    7. Balance confirmation letter from Current saving/salary account for past 1.5 yrs
    with closing balance 5.1 lakhs (around $9600 CAD)
    8. Pre-Medical test Report

    Can Please let me know what are my visa approval chances??

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    meterpauseFri, 19 Apr 2013 09:45:38 -0000

    hey did u get ur visa?

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    faraz1432Fri, 15 Mar 2013 17:05:39 -0000

    I want to do ms in computer networks or ms related to system engineer or network security from canada. Please provide the information of the universities who is offering the ms in the field of my interest that has mention above
    My second question , i have done my bachelor degree in mechanical a but i have done ccna and ccip cisco certification and had 1 years of exp in networking . i want to do ms in networking related as i mention above so am i eligible to do ms computer networks as of my B.E percentage is 64 %

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    shahilcharaniaTue, 05 Mar 2013 16:26:27 -0000

    I have got admission for Masters program in a University. I want to apply for Visa and carry out complete visa procedure by myself. Is it possible. How can i start study visa procedures? Kindly suggest and help. Thank u

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    MithilChudgarWed, 20 Feb 2013 15:53:48 -0000

    Hi,

    I am planning to apply for student visa My educational qualification is only till 2nd year BCA how can I present shall I present as only 12th i.e.HSC cleared also my age is 28 can this be a negative point

    Looking for your guidence

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    jijjayThu, 20 Dec 2012 08:54:41 -0000

    i want canada go.. go go go ale ale ale
    i will go. this is pinal. u not okay? always i wil Ok?
    i go kanadah as ofcourec on simultaneously i plight climb . i catch run fligting. canot home not try. i canda go money more more. not money me more.money is more i get more wen canada go i. u come? y no com you? we both catch run flght. i promise if any prblem, no prblem.
    i burgerr eats one, i eat more i try.

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    eccvisaTue, 27 Nov 2012 13:09:39 -0000

    pls don't hesitate for any inquiry about canada , even students who obtained 5.5 bands can apply for canada in university rules . just visit to our office in jalandhar .

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    Tue, 25 Dec 2012 18:28:24 -0000

    hello sir, i would like to ask for the location of your office at jalandhar.

    vshdeals
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    Tue, 25 Dec 2012 18:38:20 -0000

    hello sir, i would like to ask for the location of your office at jalandhar.

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    STROMEDWed, 14 Nov 2012 14:49:25 -0000

    There is 1 thing that you can be sure of - you are going abroad for Studying and for benefiting from the experience. Your course might last for 2 to 4 years and your perspectives can always change in that time. Who knows, you might actually want to come back to India, or maybe you might want to for for the United Nations or the World Bank!

    I can't make any suggestions - since it's your future and you are the best judge. All I can advise is that you should keep your options open and focus on the task at hand. It's a good idea to focus on the education for now. You can safely leave the employment details for the future. Good luck!

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    amanpal singhFri, 02 Nov 2012 20:09:17 -0000

    according to me these questions answer are very helpful to everyone including me becase i got lot of help for the interview thanyou very much

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    muniainTue, 06 Nov 2012 01:26:03 -0000

    thanks bro and to those who put these question and answers …. am going for my interviews late november to canada…please bro any further advice please

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    warraich Tue, 30 Oct 2012 10:20:13 -0000

    I want to go and study my b.sc through scholarship in canada

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    s2207Wed, 03 Oct 2012 15:32:16 -0000

    i completed my B.A degree from Ambedkar open university.so is there any chances to get visa rejected because for studying in open university,to get admission in spp colleges also.so please tell me what are the things i have to follow to get admission in spp colleges and get visa.

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    Parth RavalTue, 25 Sep 2012 06:25:03 -0000

    Sir, I am 12th pass in arts fecalties and i want to study in canada. so, Pls. Give me advise for this meter. How i Apply and what is Prosses.

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    zahursalimSat, 01 Sep 2012 15:44:03 -0000

    dear sir i want to study in canada how it possible please inform me very soon

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    mohd_samad Tue, 28 Aug 2012 08:47:11 -0000

    hi sir/mam my name is shahid khan and iam planning to do a pg Diploma in HR management in canada comming to my acemedic back ground i have scored 45% in my 10TH and 50% in intermediate and 60% in graduation Bcom(computers) from EIILM university which is a UGC recognised university and iam having 4 years of work experience as a HR RECRUITER for a US based company.and i have 10 lacks in hand with me and i can go for a loan up to 15 lacks so wether iam elegible for a study permit to canada plz let me know i have a small doubt regarding my graduation from a UGC recognised university so plz let me know i wil be sooo thank full to u thanks my e mail account is happysam07@gmail.com

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    BimzSat, 07 Jul 2012 17:44:43 -0000

    I want to study in canada and i don't know how to begin with it.i will be greatful if you show me some hinds.thank you

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    Ankita AroraWed, 11 Jul 2012 09:19:22 -0000

    Hello,

    Thanks for sharing your study abroad concerns with Learnhub!

    As you are keen to know about the admissions process in Canada, you can go through the following web links where many questions have been answered pertaining to Canadian admissions:

    MS in Canada

    Admission Process: Eligibility in Canada

    Hope the above information shared will take care of your queries as of now.

    You can write back to me for any specific concerns.

    We would be happy to answer!

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    sinivasThu, 05 Jul 2012 15:38:26 -0000

    My btech percentage is 68.4.can anybody tell me how much percentage is needed in order to pursue ms(computer science) in canada.Somebody said that we need to have 70% in btech to get admission for masters(computer science) in canada plz reply soon.i would appreciate it.

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    Ankita AroraWed, 11 Jul 2012 07:58:53 -0000

    Hello Sinivas,

    Thanks for writing to Learnhub for your queries!

    Well most of the Canadian Universities require an aggregate percentage equivalent to first division as per Indian percentage system of evaluation.

    But some of the top Universities ask for 70% and above as well.

    You academic aggregate scores are good enough to apply in Canada. But you need to choose Universities cautiously and for better admission chances, it is advised to consider some location other than Canada.

    You can share your complete profile details for further assessment and suggestions on Universities that could be considered.

    Another important point to note would be in case you don't have much interests in research, you can plan for MEng programs which are easier to get into.

    Do write back to us for further suggestions in this regard.

    Good Luck!

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    kulversavanWed, 15 May 2013 06:00:22 -0000

    ma'm i hve 60% aggregate in btech..but with total 20backlogs.what are the chances to get visa to canada?and it may be low grade college…am willing to accept.can i try for visa?

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