حالة الإتصال :
رقم العضوية : 9288
تاريخ التسجيل : May 2007
المشاركات : 26
شباب عندي بعثة لأمريكا في جامعة Eastern Michigan University ابي احولها لكندا باي جامعة ممتازة
و ابي من فضلكم استفسر عن جامعة McMaser University
حالة الإتصال :
رقم العضوية : 8339
تاريخ التسجيل : May 2007
المشاركات : 77
جامعة من أقوى جامعات كندا
و رائعة جداً .. لكن قبولها مشروط بالتوفل
لو كان عندك توفل .. راح تتسهل العملية الكثير
لأن واحد من الشباب .. ماستر .. راسلهم واشترطوا عليه أن يدرس لغة ويأخذ التوفل .. وبعدين يقدم عليهم
عموماً إن شاء الله الإخوان يفيدونك .. لكن ترى الجامعة جداً قوية ومن أقوى الجامعات الكندية
حالة الإتصال :
رقم العضوية : 103
تاريخ التسجيل : Mar 2006
المشاركات : 2,136
هذي معلومات الجامعه
1280 Main Street W
Hamilton, Ontario L8S 4K1
Telephone: (905) 525-9140
President and Vice-Chancellor: Dr. Peter George
Founded in 1887, McMaster University owes its origin to the personal fortune of Senator William McMaster, one of Canada’s most successful entrepreneurs of the 19th century. Today, McMaster’s beautiful, tree-lined campus bustles with more than 20,000 full-time and 3,500 part-time students and boasts some of the best facilities in Canada, including a research nuclear reactor, an extensive library system and one of the finest public art galleries in the country.
These facilities support a rich variety of programs that have made McMaster one of the top teaching and research institutions in Canada. Our innovations are many: the first medical school to train doctors using small-group, problem-based learning; unique limited enrolment programs in arts and science and health sciences that promote in-depth interaction of students and faculty across the disciplines; and programs that stress critical thinking and problem-solving skills to give our graduates an edge in the emerging knowledge-based, global economy.
In addition, McMaster offers cooperative education, internships and experiential education, which allows many students to combine their studies with employment experience.
Founded in Toronto in 1887; moved to Hamilton in 1930.
Student enrolment and fees
2006 preliminary fall enrolment *
Full-time (undergraduates): 19,400
Full-time (graduates): 2,500
Part-time (undergraduates): 3,100
Part-time (graduates): 500
* Source: Council of Ontario Universities
Canadian student fees 2006 - 2007 **
Undergraduate tuition fees: $4,298 - $4,319
Graduate tuition fees: $4,422 - $7,500
International student fees 2006 - 2007 **
Undergraduate tuition fees: $11,388
Graduate tuition fees: $12,045 - $25,000
** Fees for general programs in arts. Source: Statistics Canada
Note: In addition to tuition fees, universities generally charge fees for goods and services supplied to students. This includes areas such as student associations, sports and health. These additional fees vary widely per university and per student and can run from a few hundred dollars to a few thousand dollars. Check with the university for details.
Programs and degrees
Note: The program information is compiled by AUCC staff in cooperation with staff at member institutions. The programs are classified according to the Classification of Instructional Programs 2000. To search for the programs offered by this institution, please consult the Directory of Canadian Universities’ programs database online at http://www.aucc.ca/can_uni/search/index_e.html.
Student facilities and services
Academic and campus services
Art museum, bookstore, campus health services, career planning and employment centre, centre for student development (personal and academic counselling, disability-related support services, chaplaincy centre, ESL classes, skill development workshops), daycare centre, human rights and equity office, ombuds office, student newspaper, student radio station, student walk home service, writing clinic.
First-year student programs
One-day sessions by Centre for Student Development and the Career Planning and Employment Centre to help students prepare for university; open house for students and parents.
On-campus: McMaster can accommodate approximately 3,800 students in 11 residence buildings: female-only, co-ed, and apartment or suite style co-ed residence. Facilities include double, triple, quad, and single rooms. Approximately 80 percent of spaces are reserved for first-year students in the residences. All students with an 80 percent admissions average are guaranteed a space in residence provided they meet the residence application and deposit deadline. Residence fees: (annual cost, room only) bunk and loft triple, $3,490; double/triple, $4,135; quad, $3,965; single, $4,535; Bates apartment room, $5,215; Mary E. Keyes suite room, $5,475. Meal plans are mandatory and range in cost from $1,650 - $3,150.
Off-campus: There is ample housing available within easy walking or busing distance. Bus pass for academic terms included in student fees. Off-campus housing prices: rooms, $300 - $400/month; shared apartments, $350 - $400/month; shared house, $350 - $450/month; bachelor apt, $450 - $550/month; one-bedroom, $450 - $600/month; two-bedroom, $600 - $800/month; houses (four-bedroom+), $1,400+/month.
Students have access to over 1,000 computers on campus. Every student can register for an e-mail account free of charge with full Internet access. Students living off-campus can access the university network through a modem pool service. Rates are $0.50/hour for 56k access. Student residences are wired for computer network connections.
Undergraduate: Scholarships are awarded to entering, in-course, and graduating students in order to encourage and recognize high levels of academic achievement. Many students who enter McMaster in Level 1, with a minimum admission average of 80 percent are awarded McMaster Honour Awards. Honours Awards have a one year value range of $750 - $3,000 and are automatically awarded. Honours awards are renewable in each year beyond Level 1 providing certain conditions are met. The potential value range for Honour Awards retained over four years is $3,000 - $12,000. There are hundreds of in-course and graduand scholarships for upper-level students which are also awarded without application, based on outstanding academic accomplishment and, in some cases, on extracurricular accomplishments. McMaster’s bursary program provides grants to students who demonstrate financial need. In 2005-2006, 94 percent of undergraduate students who completed a bursary application received funding.
Graduate: McMaster University provides four types of financial support to full-time students. They are teaching assistantships, graduate scholarships, endowed scholarships and bursaries. All incoming students and currently enrolled students are automatically eligible and considered for all four types of financial assistance subject to the above eligibility conditions. Web site: www.mcmaster.ca/graduate.
McMaster University boasts a research income of more than $350 million. Our students – both undergraduate
and graduate – reap the benefits of working with and learning from our leading researchers. Our work with industrial partners ensures that our research is current and applicable and offers our students the chance to
work on projects that are industrially relevant; gaining hands-on experience and increasing their chances for
The new McMaster Innovation Park will attract knowledge intensive companies to the area and create jobs. Our students will have the opportunity to work on projects at the Park and continue this relationship with the company once they graduate. The benefit to the community, the province and the country, is equally great, as the park will attract companies to the region and strengthen the global competitiveness of existing companies. By bringing the university research capacity, private sector R&D capabilities and government laboratories together in one location, the Park will enhance the local economy, provide good paying jobs for university students and create wealth and prosperity in Hamilton and the surrounding region.
McMaster University has a population of approximately 2,000 international students from over 90 countries
around the world. McMaster welcomes diversity and works co-operatively with government agencies such as
the World University Service Committee and the Canadian International Development Agency. International students at McMaster benefit from programs and initiatives geared to student development, such as the improvement of academic skills and career preparation, ESL support and personal counselling. McMaster’s International Student Work Program provides on-campus jobs for international undergraduate students that demonstrate financial need. McMaster University’s agreement with Ontario’s Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities allows international students to participate in the Off-Campus Work Program offered by Citizenship and Immigration Canada. International students also participate in several co-operative programs and internships are offered.
McMaster University promotes the advancement of knowledge and understanding as a global enterprise by adding an international dimension to education. It has more than 70 international exchange agreements with more than 30 countries (Austria, Australia, China, Denmark, Egypt, France, Germany, India, Italy, Japan, Korea, Mexico, the Netherlands, Norway, Saudia Arabia, U.K. and others).
McMaster’s International Student Services promotes an internationally informed and cross-culturally sensitive university community, fostering a culture in which study abroad is expected and achievable for all students. This is achieved in a variety of ways, including special funding, international exchange agreements, MacAbroad and initiatives such as Engineers Without Borders, Doctors Without Borders and the Engineering Study Abroad Program. McMaster pioneered in Canada as the first university to provide pre-departure orientation through on-line streaming videos to all Canadian students leaving on a sojourn abroad.
Marcos Costa, International Student Advisor
International Student Services
Telephone: (905) 525-9140 ext. 27701
McMaster Divinity College
(Baptist, co-educational; offering courses in theology)
1280 Main St. W., Hamilton, ON, L8S 4K1
Telephone: (416) 525-9140 ext. 24401
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