Chinese in Ottawa---really need your kindly help


malconejo
Hi,
I'm an English-major student with law as a combined degree. I have a dilemma. I have been recently applying to the LL.M programme, or the International Business Law, of York University. I read from posts that Osgoode(hope I'm typing it correctly) is okay but that "international" programme is so-so.
So here is the deal. U of Ottawa has come into my radar. What is the most suitable programme of that university that best suit a Chinese student with a unsolid professional background?

Realllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllly Confused.
I badly need you guys help.
Thx a lot. lol
Hi,
I'm an English-major student with law as a combined degree. I have a dilemma. I have been recently applying to the LL.M programme, or the International Business Law, of York University. I read from posts that Osgoode(hope I'm typing it correctly) is okay but that "international" programme is so-so.
So here is the deal. U of Ottawa has come into my radar. What is the most suitable programme of that university that best suit a Chinese student with a unsolid professional background?

Realllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllly Confused.
I badly need you guys help.
Thx a lot. lol
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laverdure
That international program in Osgood School sounds like a trap. U have to delegate a mediary service center to do the application, and of course, u have to pay for that application service. Sounds ridilculous!
I gave up Osgood and applied for Ottawa, Toronto, Queens'...etc.
That international program in Osgood School sounds like a trap. U have to delegate a mediary service center to do the application, and of course, u have to pay for that application service. Sounds ridilculous!
I gave up Osgood and applied for Ottawa, Toronto, Queens'...etc.
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malconejo
That international program in Osgood School sounds like a trap. U have to delegate a mediary service center to do the application, and of course, u have to pay for that application service. Sounds ridilculous!
I gave up Osgood and applied for Ottawa, Toronto, Queens'...etc.


Tnaks for your reply. I did delegate a mediary service center to do that for I'm a little bit lazy at that moment.... I have decided to try one with Queen's but I have no idea of the requirement of writing sample... how do you make of it?
And how's your application process going?
BTW I got the offer from Osgood with a scholarship of $2,000 (I don't know whether in USD or CAD) so the tuition fee would be around CAD 28,000. Is that amount of tution fee expensive when comparing with other LL.M programs of our universities such as Queen's?
<blockquote>That international program in Osgood School sounds like a trap. U have to delegate a mediary service center to do the application, and of course, u have to pay for that application service. Sounds ridilculous!
I gave up Osgood and applied for Ottawa, Toronto, Queens'...etc.</blockquote>

Tnaks for your reply. I did delegate a mediary service center to do that for I'm a little bit lazy at that moment.... I have decided to try one with Queen's but I have no idea of the requirement of writing sample... how do you make of it?
And how's your application process going?
BTW I got the offer from Osgood with a scholarship of $2,000 (I don't know whether in USD or CAD) so the tuition fee would be around CAD 28,000. Is that amount of tution fee expensive when comparing with other LL.M programs of our universities such as Queen's?
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laverdure
Congratulations! I gave up York Univ, because i dont think I should give money to the intermediary center. I applied for Toronto, Queens, Ottawa, etc. Now I got an offer from U of T with scholarship of 3000$. I just accepted this offer.
I remember I used my term paper as my Writing Sample. I just translated that into English. That task took me a long time. U of T also needs a writing sample.
I forgot the tuition fee of Queens. U may check the official website.
Btw, since we will probably end up in the same city, I wish to know u as a friend. :) Good Luck!
Congratulations! I gave up York Univ, because i dont think I should give money to the intermediary center. I applied for Toronto, Queens, Ottawa, etc. Now I got an offer from U of T with scholarship of 3000$. I just accepted this offer.
I remember I used my term paper as my Writing Sample. I just translated that into English. That task took me a long time. U of T also needs a writing sample.
I forgot the tuition fee of Queens. U may check the official website.
Btw, since we will probably end up in the same city, I wish to know u as a friend. :) Good Luck!
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laverdure
I think the tution fee in Toronto is cheaper than urs if taking my scholarship into consideration. Its rougly RMB150000
I think the tution fee in Toronto is cheaper than urs if taking my scholarship into consideration. Its rougly RMB150000
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malconejo
I think the tution fee in Toronto is cheaper than urs if taking my scholarship into consideration. Its rougly RMB150000


LOL. That was huge. But I really think you add one unecessary zero to your schoalship in RMB...

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<blockquote>I think the tution fee in Toronto is cheaper than urs if taking my scholarship into consideration. Its rougly RMB150000</blockquote>

LOL. That was huge. But I really think you add one unecessary zero to your schoalship in RMB...

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