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Algonquin College
Ontario Ottawa

Dedication to student success is Algonquin College’s guiding principle and is demonstrated through the quality of its programs, staff, the continual expansion of its facilities, and by forging strat...

Programs 1 Programs
Students 19439
Language En, fr
Type Public

Alexander College
British Columbia Burnaby

Alexander College is a private post-secondary institution serving approximately 2,000 students each year. Established in 2006 under the British Columbia Ministry of Advanced Education, Alexander Colle...

Programs 1 Programs
Students 2000
Language En, fr
Type Private

Alexander College
British Columbia Burnaby

Alexander College is a private post-secondary institution serving approximately 2,000 students each year. Established in 2006 under the British Columbia Ministry of Advanced Education, Alexander Colle...

Programs 0 Programs
Students 2000
Language En, fr
Type Private

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Scholarships are usually awarded at the doctoral level, and you must submit a strong resume including a high-quality language degree, articles published in international scientific journals, and a high GPA. Studying in Canada is not always free and you usually have to pay tuition to study at a Canadian university unless you have received a scholarship.

Scholarships are usually awarded at the doctoral level, and you must submit a strong resume including a high-quality language degree, articles published in international scientific journals, and a high GPA. Studying in Canada is not always free and you usually have to pay tuition to study at a Canadian university unless you have received a scholarship.

Scholarships are usually awarded at the doctoral level, and you must submit a strong resume including a high-quality language degree, articles published in international scientific journals, and a high GPA. Studying in Canada is not always free and you usually have to pay tuition to study at a Canadian university unless you have received a scholarship.

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