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    Hi! So I just got over my A levels and Im planning on applying to university of ottawa this year and had a few questions

    1)What are the a level requirements for the biology department? Ive checked their wesite but couldnt find it anywhere. I got BCCc in biology, chemistry, math A2s and physics AS respectively. How much of a chance do you think I have of getting in?

    2) Does the university offer full scholarships to international students?

    3) I've heard that you need to know both english and french in order to get a job in ottawa. Will it be hard for a student who knows only english to get a part time job in the city?

    4) Is ottawa an expensive city to live in?
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    Hi! So I just got over my A levels and Im planning on applying to university of ottawa this year and had a few questions

    1)What are the a level requirements for the biology department? Ive checked their wesite but couldnt find it anywhere. I got BCCc in biology, chemistry, math A2s and physics AS respectively. How much of a chance do you think I have of getting in?

    2) Does the university offer full scholarships to international students?

    3) I've heard that you need to know both english and french in order to get a job in ottawa. Will it be hard for a student who knows only english to get a part time job in the city?

    4) Is ottawa an expensive city to live in?
    It's very unlikely anyone here as applied to a university in Canada. Your best chance is to contact the university in which they'll give you an accurate response. The entry requirement will generally be higher for foreign students so your grade may not.
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    (Original post by saikachan)
    Hi! So I just got over my A levels and Im planning on applying to university of ottawa this year and had a few questions

    1)What are the a level requirements for the biology department? Ive checked their wesite but couldnt find it anywhere. I got BCCc in biology, chemistry, math A2s and physics AS respectively. How much of a chance do you think I have of getting in?

    2) Does the university offer full scholarships to international students?

    3) I've heard that you need to know both english and french in order to get a job in ottawa. Will it be hard for a student who knows only english to get a part time job in the city?

    4) Is ottawa an expensive city to live in?
    1. I do not know the specific entry requirements for Ottawa because most of my friends applied through the Canadian, American or IB system. However the requirements are generally pretty low for Canadian universities. However I would say that according to my calculations the entry requirements is probably BBC or BBB but for more competitive programs like business it may be different. Contact the school for more accurate information.

    2. I don't think it offers full scholarships at least not merit ones.

    3. No English will be fine

    4. Ottawa isn't that bad compared to Vancouver and Toronto.

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