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FishSauce
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I'm a Uk student and I'm seriously considering applying to the University of Toronto.
However I don't have a single clue on the application process and I've got questions regarding scholarships.

Would appreciate any help that's offered tbh- if you know anything about canadian unis please message me or leave a comment here so I can message you.
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Hi - sorry you haven't had a response to this yet. I'm just going to bump the thread in the hope that someone sees this and can help
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Lastly spend a day at your preferred tertiary institution to get a feel for the culture of the campus. Some institutions are more academic than others, while others promote a balance of both academic and social life. You will spend the next three to four years of your life at that tertiary institution so make sure it's a place you will be happy to wake up to every morning.
Depending on where you’re going and what you’re studying, the course prices are going to differ. Knowing that, don’t just make an assumption that you will not be able to afford it. There are many institutions which cater for people with lower budgets, as well as online courses and workshops which can be an alternative in the beginning. Make sure you do some research before you choose a specific place. Hope that helps!
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(Original post by FishSauce)
I'm a Uk student and I'm seriously considering applying to the University of Toronto.
However I don't have a single clue on the application process and I've got questions regarding scholarships.

Would appreciate any help that's offered tbh- if you know anything about canadian unis please message me or leave a comment here so I can message you.
I highly doubt you will be able to apply for scholarships if you are going to U of T. Note that there are very few Canadian universities that would offer a lot of scholarships to international students. Given what I know about U of T, it's unlikely that you will get one, and even if you do, it will be a very minimal amount (unless you are one of the students at the very top, in which they would give you a substantial amount).

With that being said, I would suggest you to look into other universities that provide more scholarship opportunities. There are plenty of Canadian universities and I'm sure it would be a better choice for you, considering how expensive the tuition fees are at U of T.

Best of luck with everything!
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