- 匿名使用者1 0 年前最佳解答
I think you should first visit the university for a month to see how you like it.
Enroll in their summer intensive English program first: http://www.eli.ubc.ca/programs/dates_prices.html
Spend some time there before you spend the big bux. The last thing you want is to come home with nothing but an empty pocket.
"哪一家辦留學" -- if you need someone to apply for you, you probably won't get into a university in N. America. University students are known for their ability to gather resources and make them useful, which I am sure you will do a lot in graduate studies.
At the undergraduate level, international students need to demonstrate competent literacy in English. At the post graduate level, you need near perfect English. Accents are fine as long as you can be understood.
Here is a list of all graduate degree programs available at UBC: http://www.grad.ubc.ca/apply/programs/programs.asp...
You need to realize that in N. America, you are not limited in academic development. You can apply for any program relavent to your prior studies and interest.
Most international graduate students are from English speaking countries and present or former British colonies. It is possible, but very tough, for non-English speakers. It is made very tough for international students. More people apply than are accepted. The university doesn't want to waste a seat on someone who simply won't succeed.
You need to focus more on you semi-long term goal -- to graduate with a master's degree -- instead of to get accepted. Only when you can demonstrate your potential will the university accept your application.
- 1 0 年前