I have already done my MSc. but i want another masters in related field. Can I still get admit for Jan 2024 intake in Canada?

Asked by Kirandeep Kaur almost 2 years ago

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Danish Ali Khan

Danish Ali Khan

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The answer to your question is no. Even if you have a master's degree in a completely unrelated subject, you will be unable to pursue a second one due to USCIS regulations. How do you obtain a second OPT? The only way you can get a second OPT is if your previous OPT was only 6 months or less than 12 months. If you have any further questions just ask me.


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Bhavya  Jain

Bhavya Jain

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Yes, you can apply for a January 2024 intake in Canada for another master’s degree in a related field. Having a previous MSc might actually enhance your application by demonstrating your continued commitment to academic growth and specialization. To proceed, you should immediately check the deadlines for the programs of interest as they can differ among universities.


For application, make sure your academic transcripts, a statement of purpose, reference letters, and any required test scores (like the GRE or GMAT, if applicable) are ready. Canadian universities also often require proof of English language proficiency, such as TOEFL or IELTS scores, unless your previous education was in English.


Given the time constraints, I recommend contacting the admissions offices of the universities you are interested in directly to confirm the application deadline and any specific requirements they might have. This direct approach can also expedite the process and clarify any particulars related to being a candidate who already holds a master's degree. Additionally, consider any scholarships or funding opportunities available for students pursuing a second master’s, as these can significantly aid in managing financial commitments.

 

 


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