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    FAQ

    Yes, some universities waive GMAT/GRE scores if you have exceptional profile points like

    • Scoring extremely high on the LSAT
    • Passing three levels of the CFA exam, etc.

    Based on your unique profile, the counsellors at 360 College Review will go to work finding universities that can waive the requirement for you to submit a GMAT/GRE score. 

    Yes, you can:

    • By submitting an MOI in English from your school  
    • By registering in the English language prep course offered by the university
    • By submitting the scores of alternative English proficiency tests like PTE

    A work visa in Canada can last up to 4 years.

    PR in Canada works on a points system.

    You need 67 out of 100 points to be eligible to apply for a PR. The top contributing factors for PR are:

    FactorsPoints
    Age12 points
    Education25 points
    Language Proficiency24 points (English and/or French)
    Work Experience15 points
    Adaptability10 points

    How much do I stand to make after completing my studies in Canada?

    SalaryLevel of Study
    CAD 65000Diploma
    CAD 70000Undergraduate
    CAD 85000Postgraduate (MBA/MS)

    However, your salary will ultimately depend on your skills, experience, and the university you graduate from.

    That’s why counsellors at 360 College Review only recommend universities with excellent placement records.

    You can select a lot of different courses in Canada across various timelines.
    Courses Timeline
    Undergrad diplomas 2 years
    Postgrad diplomas 2 years
    Advance diplomas 3 years
    Graduate certificate 1 year
    Undergraduate courses 4 years
    Postgraduate courses 2 years
    The counsellors at 360 College Review, will help you choose the right course based on your budget and your career goals.

    Yes.

    Our counsellors can help you select universities that waive application fees. Depending on the number of applications you’re filing, you can save up to $500.

    Yes, in fact a scholarship can offset your tuition fee up to a considerable amount, even 100%, in some cases.

    At 360 College Review we always aim to get you a scholarship to help take some of the “sting” out of the international tuition fees.

    A lot of banks provide education loans to study in Canada.

    Almost all Indian students going abroad choose to finance their education through a loan because the high pay rates in Canada enable you to quickly pay off your student-debt within a 2 – 5 years.

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