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The course curriculum of this business school is little bit different from the others. Not only the theoretical, but practical subjects also in the course. To develop the confidence level in the students presentations are also given by the students on the topics allocated. Guest lecture are also commenced in which new marketing trends and many other aspects are discussed.
My full-time tuition fee for whole programs is around $80000. MBA entrance scholarships are available which ranges around $2000 -$10000. Moreover, GMAT scores could significantly increase the scholarship amount.
The best thing about my curriculum is that it is not very specific or generic at the same time. This four-year Bachelor of Technology program has been designed to provide a balance of university-level course study and practical experience by applying classroom knowledge and theory to real-life situations. After the completion of the course, I will also be receiving an advanced college diploma along with a Bachelor of Technology degree.
The tuition fee I am required to pay each year is around $48000 and above that, books and supplies cost me around $1300. Personal expenses can amount to $1000. Various Scholarships and Awards are available for financial assistance. Entrance Awards, Marjorie Anderson financial award, Provost entrance scholarships are some of them.
With the help of the Civil Engineering course, I am getting to learn the techniques of planning, safely designing, constructing, maintaining, and rehabilitating community infrastructure. I am also getting my hands on Civil engineer's design. And also after the completion of the course, I will be able to construct many facilities that are critical to our society.
I paid up to $22000 as the tuition fee for my course. There are many scholarships that are offered by my university. Some scholarships include McMaster's Scholarships/Honours Awards. For this scholarship, I was automatically considered.
The total tuition fee for my course was $29,100. It was for 3semesters. My brother paid my fees so I didn't get any loan for that. But, it is very huge as compared to local students. Therefore, according to me this is not fair but overall study at my university was very good as well as other facilities provided also helps to learn more about Canada.
Because it's the best university. It comes under the world's best research university. It is located in Hamilton Ontario. In McMaster, you can find courses for every field engineering, medical, arts, commerce also games. This university provides lots of benefits to international students like an on-campus living, meals from different countries as well as the smoking free environment.
The faculty in this program are some of the most supportive and kind people I have ever met. They are very willing to answer questions and engage you in various research projects. The ratio can range from 1:40+ to 1:10 depending on the popularity of the class. The faculty are global experts in their field and are renowned researchers who care deeply about advancing the study of health and research methods. It is an honour and a privilege to learn from them.
The total tuition for this program is $7008 annually. A course-based stream can usually be completed in 1 year. A thesis-based stream can be completed in 2 years. International applicants may apply to a number of scholarships available on the School of Graduate Studies website. I highly recommend checking early and keeping track of deadlines as applications are done via Mosaic (the administrative system used at McMaster) and are easy to miss.
I like the faculty and their trial to give in-depth knowledge to the students. I am a teaching assistant for my department. I teach undergraduate 4th and 3rd-year students. I know how the process is in teaching the students and I like the materials and procedures they follow to make students understand the concept.
The tuition fee for an international student was $18,000 per year. For masters at McMaster, it's usually 3 semesters in a year and is four 6 semesters in total. My fee was $36,000 for two years. I got a teaching assistantship of $17,000 for two years and a graduate scholarship of $3,500 and an international excellence award of $5000 for two years. A total of $25,500 was obtained from the university. There was a deduction of taxes for TA money. I have taken a loan from a private bank in India of $20,000 for my living expenses and also to cover my other fees.
Very interesting material, I enjoy the content that each course has to offer. Ultimately, I would say it is nicely structured where you can sample the different strands of business to see what you enjoy the most.
The fees are roughly 5-8k per semester for the Commerce program. There are other charges such as a Dental Plan which you can opt out of if you don't want it. They also have a fee for the bus pass included in your fees but ultimately is a valuable asset because if you use the bus often it makes up for it.
The curriculum improved since I started. We had to take computer science in the first year which was not a helpful course but they took it out now. We didn't take any accounting courses in the first year which was not helpful at all.
The fee for each course was basically the same. There were additional charges in our tuition for extra things we don't necessarily use like all the clubs but good for all students.
The course curriculum seems to be a bit out of date but overall the professors seem to keep everything up to date give or take a few things. The mathematics department likes to not give formula sheets so the students understand the formula instead of just plugging and chugging them.
Approx 20k with everything including tuition housing and student fees that need to be filled. The gym takes about $100 as well per semester.
The course curriculum was excellent in the first year. We got exposure to various types of engineering since it was general in the first year and this gave us an opportunity to see what type of engineering we liked before applying. However, as we start the specialize the streams and curriculum changes more yearly.
We play based on units in a course. A regular course has 3 units which are a little over $1000 for engineering students. If the course is 4 or 5 units then the fee for the course is more. Along with tuition, there?s the student union fee and residence if you live on campus.