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FIELDS HAVING GOOD SCOPE IN CANADA (WANNA DO MS)

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PLZ HELP ME
I WANNA DO MS IN CANADA. I AM BIOTECH ENGG. PLZ TELL ME FIELDS HAVING GOOD SCOPE IN CANADA. (FIELDS LIKE IT, CHEMICAL ENGG, BIOTECHNOLOGY, ENVIRONMENT ENGG, FOOD ENGG……ETC-----PLZ MENTION THEIR SCOPE )
PLZ REPLY SOON


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    MayMay
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    May LWed, 10 Dec 2008 20:31:55 -0000

    Hi there Abhinav,

    I'm glad to hear that you're interested in studying abroad! The Engineering programs are quite popular amongst International students in Canada.

    Seeing that you're educational background resides in Biotechnology Engineering, are you certain you want to do a Master's in varying disciplines?

    In the meantime, I suggest you read over Applying for an Engineering Program in Canada. Here, you'll be able to research the different kinds of Engineering fields and be prompted to schools that offer the studies.

    If you have any questions, feel free to ask me.

    Thanks!

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    ABHINAV GARGThu, 11 Dec 2008 18:32:41 -0000

    hi MayMay

    can u plz tell the scope of environment engg and biotech in Canada?

    Thanks

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    drianThu, 11 Dec 2008 07:04:20 -0000

    I have just completed my P.U schooling and now I wanted to know if there are any short term courses say 8-10 months………preferably Winnipeg.My Aunts and some of my Cousins are citizens of Canada.Could that help?
    I'm really desperate to go there for my studies and get into a job.

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    TiffanyThu, 11 Dec 2008 14:41:36 -0000

    Hi Drian,


    I do believe that having relatives in Canada will aid you in your Visa process. If you're looking for short-term courses, your best bet is probably a program at a college. For colleges in the Winnipeg area, some possibilities are Red River College, Herzig College. You could also possibly take some courses at the University of Manitoba.


    I wish you the best of luck and if you have any additional questions please feel free to ask.

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    joanne monteiroSat, 13 Dec 2008 15:55:42 -0000

    hi!! im doing my 12th and will complete it by next year! i am planning to go to canada and study!! im doing commerce here in india! but i want to transfer and do something in computer!! in major!! can you suggest me some good programs which have a good scope? thanks!

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    TiffanyMon, 15 Dec 2008 14:40:10 -0000

    Hey sweeet_joanne,

    The University of Waterloo has some great programs in computer science. There's also Saint Mary's University in Nova Scotia and Mount Allison University in New Brunswick. Check out those links to find out more information - you can even find the perfect program for you by filling out the form in the blue box. Good luck! Please let me know if you have any further questions.

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    TiffanyWed, 17 Dec 2008 00:01:57 -0000

    Hi Jessie_Monteiro123!
    Thanks for clarifying that you're the same user. Here are some possible choices for you located within Briths Columbia:

    University of British Columbia (UBC) - this university ranks among the top three computer science departments in Canada. You can even combine your CS major with Business.

    Simon Fraser University is another university choice you may want to consider.

    If you're looking more for colleges, then I would suggest:
    Vancouver Community College - They claim to be British Columbia's "Number 1 College". These programs appear to be geared towards more applied and career-oriented studies.

    Douglas College - they offer a whole bunch of courses and programs.


    Hope I was of some service to you. If you have any more questions, please let me know. It was great hearing from you.

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    joanne monteiroFri, 19 Dec 2008 04:27:42 -0000

    thanks!! can you also tell me the career opportunities through computer science???!!

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    ABHINAV GARGWed, 17 Dec 2008 14:43:36 -0000

    plz help me also………………

    can u plz tell the scope of environment engg and biotech in Canada?

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    May LThu, 18 Dec 2008 13:26:33 -0000

    Hi Abhinav,

    Seeing that you're raising your initial question again, could you please clarify what you mean by "the scope"? Specifically, are your requesting information on schools that offer a Master's program? Or are you interested in career opportunities perhaps?

    In the meantime, I encourage you to refer to LearnHub's School Finder tool to locate a university or college in Canada that meets your educational match.

    Once you clearly articulate the kind of information you're looking for, I'll be able to redirect you to material that will be helpful to you.

    Looking forward to hearing from you.

    Thanks!

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    shashwat chavanThu, 21 Apr 2011 19:17:00 -0000

    hello>>>>>>> i also want to do ms in us >>>>looking at the previous answers i thought i can get desired answer from you>>>>
    so> i am studying computer engg. i am in 2nd year now >>
    can you suggest me some courses in ms that i can do related to computer engineering ?

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    shashwat chavanThu, 21 Apr 2011 19:44:56 -0000

    hello>>>>>>> i also want to do ms in us >>>>looking at the previous answers i thought i can get desired answer from you>>>>
    so> i am studying computer engg. i am in 2nd year now >>
    can you suggest me some courses in ms that i can do related to computer engineering ?

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    ABHINAV GARGThu, 18 Dec 2008 15:56:46 -0000

    Hi MayMay,

    oh sorry for that. Scope means demand of that field in market relating to job opportunities. So please throw some light on environment engg and biotech fields. especially i am interested in environment.

    Thanks

    abhinav

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    May LThu, 18 Dec 2008 22:10:42 -0000

    Hi there Abhinav,

    Thanks for explaining scope to me.

    In regards to job opportunities, Canada’s economy is made up of a broad range of industry sectors. Many of these are represented by sector councils - national organizations focused on promoting their industries and ensuring their long-term viability.

    The environment industry is one with significant growth projections well into the 21st century. Environmental companies work to: prevent, control and re-mediate increasingly complex environmental problems; reduce human health risks and ecological damage; and improve energy, material and resource efficiencies. In 2001, the domestic environment market was valued at over $25 billion, roughly 2.2% of Canadian gross domestic product.

    Aquaculture is the cultivation and farming of fin-fish, shellfish and aquatic plants. In Canada, aquaculture can be found from coast to coast. Canada’s aquaculture industry is environmentally and economically sustainable, and a net contributor to the economy. Hence, there will be a demanding need for workers in this field.

    I hope this answers your question. If you have nay more questions, feel free to ask me.

    Thanks!

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    ABHINAV GARGFri, 19 Dec 2008 12:18:22 -0000

    Hi MayMay,

    thanks for replying. and more question should i go for Environment Engg (Ms program) of University of Alberta. Is it good (job opportunities) ? what is the avg annual salary of Environment engg and are there plenty of jobs in this field?

    Thanks

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    May LFri, 19 Dec 2008 13:57:49 -0000

    Hi Abhinav,

    Recently, there has been a trend among students and employees to move Western Canada. Specifically, Edmonton has been attracting many within the Engineering field.

    The University of Alberta is quite a reputable school and I say with confidence that you are making a great selection in choosing a university.

    If you'd like more information on the province of Alberta, please refer to this lesson by Shouldice entitled, Alberta Advantage. The user currently teaches in Edmonton. Perhaps you should acquaint yourself with the user.

    In terms of earnings, the annual average salary for Environmental Engineers is $66,480.

    I hope that helps! If you have any more questions, feel free to ask me.

    Thanks!

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    ABHINAV GARGSun, 18 Jan 2009 16:04:03 -0000

    Hi May May,

    Can you tell me some universities which are best for Environmental Engg ?

    Thanks.

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    joanne monteiroMon, 19 Jan 2009 12:04:18 -0000

    hey hi.. can you give me names of some good community colleges in Delta vancover which has libral arts program!??..

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    joanne monteiroMon, 19 Jan 2009 12:04:20 -0000

    hey hi.. can you give me names of some good community colleges in Delta vancover which has libral arts program!??..

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    pheebe sharmilaWed, 04 Feb 2009 03:08:43 -0000

    hiiiiiiiiiii………….have finished my bachelors degree in clinical nutriton in india………now trying to do my mba in hospital and health administration………..is it worth in canada ? or what should i do ?

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    SureshSat, 07 Feb 2009 21:09:52 -0000

    Dear sweetpheebs,

    Doing an MBA in Canada is definitely a very good choice. For admission into the the B-Schools of Canada you need to take GMAT and TOEFL. Some B-Schools accept IELTS score also. The average Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) score required by MBA schools in Canada is 550, ranging from a low of 500 to a high of over 600. The average GMAT score attained by MBA students, however, is 606.

    A proportional relationship appears to exist between a school's supposed place on the hierarchy of business education and its average GMAT score. That is, schools higher up on the hierarchy tend to have higher scores. For example, students at the traditionally elite business schools of Joseph L. Rotman School of Management at the University of Toronto, Queen's University, and Richard Ivey School of Business at the University of Western Ontario have, on average, a GMAT score of 654 ranging from 642 to 661.

    Also, most of the B-Schools in Canada require work experience of at least 2 years.

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    omar ahmedWed, 16 Sep 2009 14:04:03 -0000

    Hi, I have done B.Sc with 43.8%. Is it possible to get into MBA in CANADA with this percentage in reputed universities? please guide.
    what if i work for 1 year and then apply.

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    Radhika NirulaTue, 22 Sep 2009 05:00:58 -0000

    Hi,

    If you are applying to any university abroad then the university will look into your overall profile.The university will not give you admission or rejection only on the basis of your academics but yes, if some university has its minimum requirement that the student should have first division or….% then you have to check that before applying.

    We have two of our featured universities in Canada 1)Georgian College,2)University of Canada West.

    To know more about these universities you can get in touch with us on +919818566611

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    Amit WadhwaMon, 30 Nov 2009 11:23:14 -0000

    Hi bluenest, You should try for admission in University of Canada west. They are based in Vancouver and offers a very good MBA program. You can get in touch with me directly at amit.wadhwa@learnhub.com

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    omar ahmedWed, 16 Sep 2009 14:31:22 -0000

    Hi, I have done B.Sc with 43.8%. Is it possible to get into MBA in CANADA in a reputed university with this percentage?
    If not, should i work for a year and then apply? Will this be of any help. Please guide.

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    navjotkumarTue, 24 Nov 2009 13:46:58 -0000

    Hi , I have applied for one year Computer Application Development course in Conestoga college in Canada. I want to know is this is helpfull for me to get a job in my related fileld. I have 2.7 years of expereience in java development. I would be greatfull to the person who will help me to choose a right direction

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    Amit WadhwaMon, 30 Nov 2009 11:32:23 -0000

    Hi, As you have already decided he college so the best way to know answers to all this is to write to University counselor.

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    ishdeep_singlaThu, 01 Apr 2010 12:04:08 -0000

    hello dear, (pls reply)

    I did not know you, but I need your help, actually I need some information,
    my name is Ishdeep , i am doing B.tech (final year) comp. science from Punjabi university, I want to do some course like MBA,MS at Canada, I have to do part time job too , so I am interested in weekly (sat-Sunday classes) could you please answer me :
    1.) Which is better way for coming Canada through GMAT/GRE or by only IELTS ?
    2.)which is easy gmat or ielts or gre?
    3.) Study at Canada in MBA entering through GMAT is more difficult as compare to entering in MBA through ielts or M.S has more value?
    4.)How much fee is there for mba th ielts/mba th. Gmat/MS th.gre?
    5.) Will I got a job easily on the basis of MBA ?
    Pls reply I will be really thankful to you

    pls reply at ishdeep.singla@gmail.com put subject:"canada"

    regards,
    Er.Ishdeep Singla
    09417044021

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    manasi_nareshSun, 01 Aug 2010 07:30:02 -0000

    Hi…
    I completed my B.Tech in electronics & Comm. in 2008 and after that i worked as a project coordinator in a telecom company for 1 n 1/2 years and now i want to do for MS. Can you please suggest me which field will be suitable for me ?? Also name few universities which offer that particular course.

    Waiting for your reply.

    Thanks & Regards,
    Manasi

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    Dipika JainTue, 03 Aug 2010 04:15:37 -0000

    Hello,

    As per your query, you may consider the following specializations related to your academic back ground and work experience.

    Master of Science in Electrical Engineering (VLSI Design)
    Master of Science in Electrical Engineering - Signal and Image Processing
    Master of Science in Electrical Engineering - Integrated Electronics
    Master of Science in Electrical Engineering - Laser Systems
    M.E. in Semiconductor Processing and Manufacturing
    MSE in Semiconductor Processing and Packaging - Packaging Track
    Master of VLSI and Microelectronics
    Master of Science in Telecommunications

    Kindly go through the program profile and get back to with elaborated profile in terms of the preferred location, test takes if any so that necessary guidelines can be provided.

    Take care!

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    ysuryanarayanaMon, 22 Nov 2010 05:17:32 -0000

    hello ,
    i have completed me mechanical engg 4months back and i am working in designe field right now .i want to do my higher studies but i am not able to decide whether to do it in us or canada ,can anyone plz help me out in this regard .place is not a problem but i want to know which place is better overall .plz help me …………

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    gauravebatraThu, 16 Dec 2010 07:43:36 -0000

    hi i m planning to come over canada for further studies so i hav some doubts regarding MBA or MS.
    plz help me if u can….
    i hav done btech in electrical frm india nw want to settle in canada with d help of studies so can u tell me wat is more preferable MBA in marketing OR MS in electrical. which of thm as greater values in terms of earnings n setting life. also tell me abt d work permit n PR if i will do mba or ms which one helps me more easier to achieve work permit n PR.
    plz help me

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    jattsherTue, 21 Dec 2010 19:10:06 -0000

    I want to study in Columbia College(Vancouver) as Liberal Arts(DIPLOMA) student. Is there a good scope of Liberal arts from job point of view?And, How many chances i have to get VISA,(once my visa get rejected)? I have 1 and half year study gap after completing 12th(ARTS)?

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    Dipika JainThu, 06 Jan 2011 14:06:02 -0000

    Hello,

    The term liberal arts denotes a curriculum that imparts general knowledge and develops the student’s rational thought and intellectual capabilities, unlike the professional, vocational and technical curricula emphasizing specialization.

    Columbia College is a liberal arts college providing first and second year university transfer courses, Associate Degrees in Arts and Science, a university preparatory foundations program conforming to British Columbia Ministry of Education guidelines, and excellent intensive English language instruction in the English Language Centre.

    Most universities have a college of liberal arts and sciences that offer a wide range of degrees, from English to engineering and offer students a chance to obtain a degree while taking a wide variety of courses.

    You will develop strength of mind and an ordered intellect since Many subjects help the student to develop an ordered mind, and each subject contributes in a slightly different way. The diverse body of knowledge you will gain from a liberal arts education, together with the tools of examination and analysis that you will learn to use, will enable you to develop your own opinions, attitudes, values, and beliefs, based not upon the authority of parents, peers, or professors, and not upon ignorance, whim, or prejudice, but upon your own worthy apprehension, examination, and evaluation of argument and evidence.

    While a liberal arts education may not teach you how to take out an appendix or sue your neighbor, it will teach you how to think, which is to say, it will teach you how to live. And this benefit alone makes such an education more practical and useful than any job-specific training ever could.

    I hope this helps!

    Take care!

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    Ripal_NaikSat, 01 Jan 2011 15:53:52 -0000

    I WANNA DO MS IN CANADA IN COMPUTER ENGG. I AM A COMPUTER ENGG.SO, PLZ TELL ME FIELDS HAVING GOOD SCOPE IN CANADA,BEST COLLEGES,BEST COURSES FOR MS….

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    anuragmedariTue, 20 Sep 2011 04:17:12 -0000

    hey i wanna do ms in canada and my btech % is 55 and heard dat if our % is less v have 2 do pgdiplamo course is dat true? and is der any use of dng pg diplamo?? if so wat wud be da fee structure? im from IT stream..

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    Dr ArunWed, 28 Sep 2011 06:38:18 -0000

    Hi!!!
    I have done my Bachelor's of Dental Surgery (BDS) in India. I want to do some post graduation in canada having good scope afterwards. I am also a permanent resident of canada. I dont want to continue dentistry further. please help what should i do???

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    drshwetaThu, 05 Jan 2012 21:27:26 -0000

    hello every1… me too lukin 4 d sm ans…. any1 plz guide…. plz do tel about scope 4 nutrition courses n whr 2 gt admission 4 d same….

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    drshwetaThu, 05 Jan 2012 21:32:05 -0000

    hello every1… me too lukin 4 d sm ans…. any1 plz guide…. plz do tel about scope 4 nutrition courses n whr 2 gt admission 4 d same….

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    sharma radhikaWed, 19 Oct 2011 08:32:52 -0000

    hye
    i am doing +1 commerce. after +2 i wanna go canada b'coz my all cousins are citizens of brampton canada.so i also wanna join them. can you plz tell me what should i do next in my studies .i want to do something diff. which must hav value in future…..plz help me what should i do??

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    sharma radhikaWed, 19 Oct 2011 08:35:56 -0000

    hye
    i am doing +1 commerce. after +2 i wanna go canada b'coz my all cousins are citizens of brampton canada.so i also wanna join them. can you plz tell me what should i do next in my studies .i want to do something diff. which must hav value in future…..plz help me what should i do??

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    rosybaliThu, 01 Dec 2011 14:10:31 -0000

    hi . i am student of b tech cse..now i am in 3rd year . and i want to go canada aftrer degree one year is left for the completion of degree . may you please guide me that which colleges are best for masters having low free structure. plz help me .tks

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    gaganpreet814Sat, 03 Dec 2011 10:31:19 -0000

    hi i hav done msc. microbiology from india wat are my future aspects in canada if i desire to go there? know lil bit of french……..

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    sunilkakade36Tue, 24 Jan 2012 02:51:20 -0000

    Hi,
    I am Sunil Kakade and i have completed my Diploma in Information
    technology with a 71 % of Aggregate. And i also have a 3 years of experience as a system Administrator. I would like to get a Further Degree / Course / Certification and after my completion of education i would like to get job experience as well. So can you please help me

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    samsingh33Tue, 24 Jan 2012 17:56:52 -0000

    Hi
    i am pursuing BCA & want to go for MBA-IT. Can you please help me how can i take admission in university in Canada. How should i apply or whom should i contact.

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    Sun, 25 Mar 2012 07:47:24 -0000

    HI,
    i have completed my graduation in BE, now i want to apply for a course in canada ie PG DIPLOMA, I am confused as should i persue the course in electronics or IT…How is the scope and which field will get me a good job easily…electronics or IT…Please answer this i am in great need of ur answer…thankyou

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    Ankita AroraMon, 26 Mar 2012 07:38:54 -0000

    Hello,

    Well considering your query, I would suggest you to consider the program which is most relevant to your academic background. As you have not mentioned your engineering discipline I can not mention a specific academic program for you.

    We can surely assist you in the admissions process in Canada. For that matter kindly let me know following details:

    1. Your academic records
    2. TOEFL/IELTS scores if taken already

    Other than this I would like to add that we have partner with many Canadian Universities such as Vancouver Island University, Carleton University, Thompson Rivers University, Royal Roads University, Algonquin College, Sheridan College are to name some.

    Do get back to us with the above details for us to help you in the admissions process.

    Looking forward for your revert!

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