Applying for grad study in Canada? These are 15 universities to consider
They are Canada’s most research-intensive universities. They undertake 80% of all Canadian research worth $8.5 billion yearly. If you get into one of the U15, it will likely come with scholarship
These 15 universities contribute more than $36 billion to the Canadian economy annually; they produce more than 75% of all doctorates awarded in Canada. They receive 79% of all allocated funding; hold 85% of Canadian university tech licenses & 81% of Canadian university patents.
By now you already know that to start your study in Canada by September (Fall term), it is time to apply for admission, right?
Fall term applications open from Sep-Dec/Jan/Feb. Admissions are offered in Feb-April. So you have like 4months to process a visa before Sep resumption. So consider applying to these universities (especially if your program is research-based & you need scholarship). In no particular order/ranking (I also included links to the programs available in each of the universities)
7) University of Manitoba bit.ly/31Q7F7T
15) University of Western Ontario
Check the universities for your program of choice, check the admission requirements, prepare your documents as required, submit your application, and hope for the best.