I have few questions to ask.
If you don't feel like answering all these, please pick numbers to answer.
1-Currently doing Computer Science Engineering.(starting my final year)
2-What can I do to get myself accepted in best schools in Canada if I don't have a good GPA, would love to hear about side projects too.
3-Practically speaking, how to get financial aids in this situation?
Currently doing Computer Science Engineering.
4-Should I join Masters program or get a job?(considering my academic scores)
5-What programming knowledge should I have before clearing my undergraduate program?
6-How do I select what to major in Masters program?
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Thank you .
Unlike undergraduate, it matters a lot what you're masters degree is in. Many times being in the working world you realize that what you thought you wanted to do with your life and career is not what makes you happy. Better to find that out before you invest several more years in school learning about stuff that you won't be able to use.
2- Getting accepted into a top school in Canada: Even if your GPA isn't as high as you would like, there are still ways to make your application stand out. A strong portfolio of projects can demonstrate your skills and interest in computer science. Participating in extra-curricular activities, volunteer work, or internships can also show that you are a well-rounded candidate. Reach out to Universities to find out their requirement and if they have any program that could help you join.
3- Practically speaking, how to get financial aids in this situation? : You can look for scholarships and grants for international students. Some universities have programs for talented students that cover tuition, living expenses and some of them even provide work-study opportunities. Check for the different scholarships available for international students in Canada, and also look for financial aid from other sources such as government grants or private organizations.