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Does Cornell University accept the November SAT subject score when we apply to ED?

September 7, 2019 10:23am 1

  • Alysha Answered October 7, 2019 6:13pm

For the exact deadlines pertaining to Cornell University's ED please refer to this link: https://admissions.cornell.edu/apply/application-timelines

Usually, for ED, the deadline is usually on or around 1 November so the the last ACT date you can take for early decision is in October and the last SAT date is in November. Scores from these test dates should arrive in November, just in time for early decision.

For the exact deadlines pertaining to Cornell University's ED please refer to this link: https://admissions.cornell.edu/apply/application-timelinesUsually, for ED, the deadline is usually on or around 1 November so the the last ACT date you can... Read more

For the exact deadlines pertaining to Cornell University's ED please refer to this link: https://admissions.cornell.edu/apply/application-timelines

Usually, for ED, the deadline is usually on or around 1 November so the the last ACT date you can take for early decision is in October and the last SAT date is in November. Scores from these test dates should arrive in November, just in time for early decision.

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I applied for NTU and got offered, but I was also offered a short-term contract-based job. Is it possible to defer and commence the following year?

May 29, 2019 2:40pm 1

  • Gloria Answered May 29, 2019 2:46pm

I don't think the university allows any successful applicants, with the exception of full-time National Servicemen, to defer entry to their programmes. Any offer which is not taken up by the stipulated closing date is deemed to have lapsed and will be offered to candidates on the waiting list.

I don't think the university allows any successful applicants, with the exception of full-time National Servicemen, to defer entry to their programmes. Any offer which is not taken up by the stipulated closing date is deemed to have lapsed and... Read more

I don't think the university allows any successful applicants, with the exception of full-time National Servicemen, to defer entry to their programmes. Any offer which is not taken up by the stipulated closing date is deemed to have lapsed and will be offered to candidates on the waiting list.

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How do I apply to be a Teaching Assistant (TA) or Research Assistant (RA) at University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)?

August 22, 2019 10:17am 1

  • Sveinn Answered August 22, 2019 10:24am

Teaching assistantships and research appointments are part of merit-based funding awarded by the program. Applicants do not apply directly for this funding.

*Information obtained from University of California, Los Angeles official website*

Teaching assistantships and research appointments are part of merit-based funding awarded by the program. Applicants do not apply directly for this funding.

*Information obtained from University of California, Los Angeles official website*

Teaching assistantships and research appointments are part of merit-based funding awarded by the program. Applicants do not apply directly for this funding.

*Information obtained from University of California, Los Angeles official website*

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What is the student demographics of University of Toronto's Master of Management of Innovation programme?

August 27, 2019 4:57pm 1

  • Jedediah Answered August 27, 2019 5:10pm

There are not many students in this programme, only about 26 students enrolled each year so classes are considered small. Of these students, only about 1-2 are international students. 

There are not many students in this programme, only about 26 students enrolled each year so classes are considered small. Of these students, only about 1-2 are international students. 

There are not many students in this programme, only about 26 students enrolled each year so classes are considered small. Of these students, only about 1-2 are international students. 

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Does University of Toronto's Master of Management of Innovation programme offer CO-OP opportunities?

August 27, 2019 5:02pm 1

  • Jedediah Answered August 27, 2019 5:09pm

In 2016, capstone projects were replaced by CO-OP so this means that international students are able to get CO-OP study permit and can find a job. What is not so ideal is that there is no pool of companies for students to apply like in Waterloo where you can submit your resume through an online system and secure an interview. Instead, you will have to look for internship opportunities on your own while working part-time. As this is still quite new to the school, CO-OP resources may not be abundant. If you are unable to secure an internship and graduate, you can choose to do capstone project instead.

In 2016, capstone projects were replaced by CO-OP so this means that international students are able to get CO-OP study permit and can find a job. What is not so ideal is that there is no pool of companies for students to apply like in Waterloo... Read more

In 2016, capstone projects were replaced by CO-OP so this means that international students are able to get CO-OP study permit and can find a job. What is not so ideal is that there is no pool of companies for students to apply like in Waterloo where you can submit your resume through an online system and secure an interview. Instead, you will have to look for internship opportunities on your own while working part-time. As this is still quite new to the school, CO-OP resources may not be abundant. If you are unable to secure an internship and graduate, you can choose to do capstone project instead.

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