I have completed a diploma in electrical and electronics engineering academically but the results are too bad and looking for a college and courses in Canada.?

Asked by Pranav about 2 years ago

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Faisal Mohdd

Faisal Mohdd

MentR-Me Team

Country Expert : Germany

It would help if you worked hard to get admission to top-notch universities or even a regular university in Canada. Even though you're not very good academically, try to improve yourself from a practical aspect, which is essential these days. 

Since you didn't mention what kind, of course, you want to pursue in Canada. Want to follow the same period in the same field or enjoy exploring different sides? There will mention the requirements and colleges for electrical and electronic engineering. 

Some of the universities in Canada offering electrical or electronic engineering are: 

Students pursuing an electrical engineering degree in Canada will learn how the field operates and be equipped with the technical know-how needed to develop, evaluate, and advance electrical systems. University programs in electrical engineering in Canada include:

  1. College of Ottawa
  2. Dalhousie College
  3. British Columbia University
  4. College of Waterloo
  5. College of Alberta
  6. Carleton College

Let's go over these requirements in greater depth for Canadian universities.

Educational Background
When applying for a master's program, international students must have a 4-year bachelor's degree or the academic equivalent. 10 + 2 completion from a recognized board, with an average of at least 75–80%, for undergraduate degree programs.

Test of English Language Competence
International applicants seeking admission to Canadian universities must have an IELTS score of 6.5 or above for bachelor's programs and 7.0 or higher for master's programs.

Permit to Study in Canada
International students pursuing electrical engineering studies in Canada must apply for a study permit. Once a candidate receives an acceptance letter from an institution, their application will be accepted.

International students seeking options can pursue a master of applied science in electrical engineering with a specialization in nanotechnology, quantum information, a master of engineering in electrical and computer engineering, etc., after earning a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering.

Students can move to any country with ease after graduating from any Canadian electrical engineering university because the technology is the same there as it is everywhere else. Most Indian power plants import their equipment from global companies like ABB and are willing to hire international students with the appropriate abilities. So start planning your higher education if you're also interested in taking an electrical engineering school in Canada.


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