FAQ

Post Secondary Education

The option for courses ranges from Diploma, Bachelors and Masters. There are many universities / colleges offering programs of study in IT, Medicine, Engineering, Management, Arts, Science, Paramedical Sciences, Tourism, Hospitality and a host of others, at various academic levels. Choosing the right program can be a bewildering task even to the most knowledgeable. Needless to say that the correctness of this decision is going to make your future career. So, do it judiciously, with professional help from Able Academy.

  • ·         Academics and scores requirement.
  • ·         Recognition and validity of the program.
  • ·         Job opportunities on successful completion of the program.
  • ·         Availability of financial aid for the program.

There is no such thing as the “best” university. Almost all Universities are excellent in different areas. The popularity of the university depends on the individual preferences and perception and also on the course one is selecting. We would recommend university depending on your qualifications, grades, financials and the courses you wish to apply. Each institution has its own entry requirements.

Each University / College has different requirements. Most require English proficiency exam that is IELTS (International English Language Testing System) which is mandatory for Canada. One can also take TOEFL (Test of English as Foreign Language). Undergraduate degree programs may require the math portion of the SAT (Scholastic Aptitude Test). Graduate degree programs may require the GRE (Graduate Record Exam), the GMAT (Graduate Management Aptitude Test) or other standardized tests given by the approved competent authorities.

The answer is yes & no, it is required for few country origin students. For the rest of students, it may not be required as most of the institutions provide English / ESL programs for students who do not have English proficiency or lack of the required band. Please email us your country information to info@ableacademy.ca for eligibility details

This varies from institution to institution. You must apply at least 6 to 7 months before the course commences, as the admission and visa procedure takes more time. Besides, you would also need some time for your own preparation such as shopping for personal belongings, meet your relatives before you depart to your new study destination. In some cases, the entire process can be completed in few weeks. In any case, start early. Deadlines sometimes occur in November for admission the following September. In many other places, deadlines occur in March and acceptances are sent in April for September enrollment.

 Start early! Start now! Because the complete admissions process is long, begin the application process soon. Do not wait until the required TOEFL / IELTS score is obtained. The student can apply and may be admitted as a “conditional admit” at many University / colleges. This means that the University / college has admitted the student on the student’s past academic record from the student’s home country and is waiting for the student to obtain the result.

We can help the student from A to Z of the admission process. Once you have narrowed down on the course and institution, you need to complete the application process and provide all relevant documents such as your IELTS or TOEFL score, academic documents, etc…

Yes, the University/college can arrange your accommodation but the accommodation fee will not be included in your tuition fee.

Yes very much. You can work up to 20 hours per week part time and full time during vacation.