I have 20 backlog and having 63% in btech civil engineering. Will I get an admission in universities of Canada for studying pg diploma or masters courses ? (If I'm having 6.5 ielts score)?

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sourav grover

sourav grover

Business Finance | Venture Capital | IIM Calcutta

The universities located within Canada pay more attention to how strong your academic background is. This implies that the major focus of Canadian Universities is on your education profile. Most importantly, they oversee if your academic profile is somehow connected to the course you're applying for.

 

If you have backlogs, it becomes difficult to get admission to the program as backlogs display that your academic profile isn't robust. Not only this but students who have supreme academic profiles still end up getting rejected due to multiple reasons.

 

Therefore, my suggestion to you is to clear your backlogs first and then proceed to apply for the desired master's program. However, your attained percentage is fine. Thus, you have a good chance of getting admission into a Canadian University. Also, your IELTS score seems to be fine too.

 

The only issue that is there is your backlogs. Your backlogs will become an impediment to your application procedure. Therefore, it is recommended that you clear your backlogs first if you are willing to pursue a master's degree or pg diploma in Canada. Also, ensure that your academic profile is highly relevant to the program you're applying to and that your application documents are well-prepared. 

 


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So, you're thinking about doing a postgraduate diploma or master's in Canada with 20 backlogs and a 63% in BTech Civil Engineering. Let's keep it real – Canadian universities like students who excel in their academics. Having 20 backlogs could be a bit tricky because it might show a bumpy academic road. Canadian universities want students who can keep up with the tough postgrad studies.

But, your IELTS score of 6.5 is good enough for most places there. That's a win! If you've got a good reason for those backlogs and you've improved in other areas, like doing a good amount of research or getting some work experience, some universities might still give your application a shot. Look for universities that look at everything about you, not just your grades – they might be more open-minded about your situation. Good luck!

 


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Yaduvansh Yadav

Yaduvansh Yadav

I did my Chemical Engineering from Institute of Chemical Engineering & Luky I am got admission in Harvard doing Masters in Management.

If you're thinking about studying abroad, I've got some real talk for you. Getting into postgrad studies can be a bit of a challenge they're pretty picky. Having 20 backlogs and a 63% in your BTech? Yeah, that's on the tougher side. Most of us had to pull off higher grades to cut. But hey, your IELTS score is a strong point.

Here's the scoop from my own experience: universities don't just care about grades. If you've got good stuff in your profile like an eye on extracurriculars or work experience, it might balance out the not-so-great academic parts. Still, be ready for some hurdles. You might also want to explore options in other countries where the entry requirements match up better with your academic journey. Go for it! 

 


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