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I Graduated With 2.2,can I Have My Masters In Canada?

Please i am a fresh mechanical engineering graduate from a state owned university.i graduated with a second class lower division.i have interest in obtaining a masters degree in mechanical engineering or petroleum engineering.do u know skuls in canada where i can pursue this dream.thanks

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Dude, admission committee looks more than one single criterion to judge the suitability of a candidate for graduate studies. No doubt, your undergraduate record is important but excellent performance in test scores can a times compensate for perceived weakness in other areas.

To start with, what type of 2:2, it depends on your CGPA. It's not just classification of degree. is your CGPA equivalent to 3.0 out of 4.0 otherwise you may have to use WES evaluation to boost it up. If you have the time click here to learn more www.graduate-studies.blogspot.com

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@Crispgg: plssss cld u elucidate on this postgrad diploma thingy? been on this MSc thing for months on end tryin to find a way around this 2:2 issue and canada schools. I have my 1st degree in Chemical Engineering (2:2). I want to get into one of the 4 Canadian schools that have MSc options in Petroleum Eng but it's proving impossible what with their requiring 2:1 and all that. Pls HELP ME!!!

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y dont you go online to know the best schools for your course. You might be required to write an exam like gmat and odas. There u will have a broad knowledge of the schools, curricula, fees and method of applying.

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Kingdude,

I graduated with a 2.2. in electrical engineering and tried to go for a masters in canada too.

Take this from me and dont let any body trick you. Canadian universities take only 2.1 for masters, you'll have to do a postgraduate diploma first. but the good thing about canada ia you might even get a job before you finish your PGD and forget about doing the masters, also the school wants you to apply directly, agents can only help with undergraduate applications. the good and reputable agents will tell you that. When you need agents is for your visa application cos canadian high commission deny most visa applications. the only nigerian agent i can recommend is maple education , search for their website on google,

best of luck

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@kingdude

You already have access to the internet, let google be your guide, man. Let no hustler rip you off

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^^

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yes man you can my friend but to introduce my self am an education agent with some partner schools all over the continent and i must say i will like to work on that and have your details if you dont mind can u mail me at skilledconceptconsultng@gmail.com

thank you

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