FROM AN INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE

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Subject: FROM AN INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE
i am a Canadian citizen currently living in pakistan. over here the Bachelors or bussiness admin is more appreciated over B. of commerce. i want to come back to Canada for uni and would live advice on what university to go to as most of the universities in Canada offer b.comm rather than BBA. i am also planning on joining the university after the first year of my A level (As level is 12 years of education and A leve is 13). my expected grade average is around 71 and would like to know what my options are
[18-02-2008,08:38]
Saif
(in reply to: FROM AN INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE)
Montreal - Concordia University

Toronto - Ryerson University

[20-02-2008,00:12]
Anonymous
(in reply to: FROM AN INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE)
Montreal - CDI College

Toronto - CDI College

[20-02-2008,07:39]
Anonymous
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Yes, racial profiling is well prevalent in Canada. Everyone knows it but no one will admit. With time it??ll get just worse. European immigrants are ahead, no doubt. That may not be just because they are white. That may also be explained by their better soft skills, communication skills, sometimes more acceptable degrees than the Asians and Africans. Canadian market is not large enough like American or Australian to support the Asians/Africans after them. Unlike the Americans Canadians can never get out of the box of superior or inferior degree fobia. If I speak with any professional in my field for 10 mins I can tell right away about his skills, without looking at his degree.

I wouldn??t work under any Canadian employer for sure, though I don??t believe that they are that stupid to shut down their offices rather than hiring a colored immigrant. That??s why if you look into Alberta you may seem immigrant unemployment rate is about half of the national as they have some demand.

The Stats you gave actually don??t speak the true picture. Actually it is way worse. 12% immigrant unemployment like figures never tell the doctors driving cab or Engineers mopping floor like stats. Also, they never count the guys who have to leave Canada, even the % of the part time/seasonal workers who are a good chunk in the stats.

Result? Like you said. The thin line between the born Canadians and immigrants are getting wider and wider. Immigrant community can??t accept fully this country to their own. That??s why you may find several 2/3 generation old Canadians first identify themselves by their country of origin. Look at the mega cities, you??ll see a pattern of white and non white areas. Even among the non white areas, there are Indian, Chinese..Russian majority areas. Is this trend good for any country?

www.notcanada.com

[21-02-2008,11:59]
Anonymous
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you shouild ignore everything you see on this forum, and on most others as well.... although if you insist, you might try www.studentawards.com
[23-02-2008,04:01]
Anonymous



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