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  1. #1
    طالب جديد

    حالة الإتصال : ALFRAIDO غير متواجد حالياً
    رقم العضوية : 776
    تاريخ التسجيل : Apr 2006
    المشاركات : 10
    ALFRAIDO غير متواجد حالياً

    افتراضي electronics engineering and telecommunications in UFT

    electronics engineering and telecommunications in UFT

    السلام عليكم ورحمة الله وبركاته

    شباب انا ادرس حاليا في السانت ماري في هاليفاكس وودي انقل على جامع تورنتو على التخصص اللي
    electronics engineering and telecommunications
    فاللي عنده اي معلومات عن هذي الجامعة وعن التخصص وكيف مجال الشغل وطبيعته لم ادرس واخلص هذا التخصصاكونل
    يعني ابغى معلومات عن التخصص بعد (وش راح اكون بعدين)

    وقبل كل شي كيف معهد اللغة هناك لان احنا معهدنا هنا ضعيف وسئ في نظري مع احترامي للجميع


    دمتم في رعاية الله وحفظه ومشكورين مقدما


  2. #2
    طالب مميز
    الصورة الرمزية حمد الحمد

    حالة الإتصال : حمد الحمد غير متواجد حالياً
    رقم العضوية : 103
    تاريخ التسجيل : Mar 2006
    المشاركات : 2,136
    حمد الحمد غير متواجد حالياً

    افتراضي


    الي اقدر افيدك فيه ان جامعه تورينتو من اقوى جامعات العالم وتحتل المرتبه 24 على العالم

    والجامعه كما يلي

    University of Toronto

    27 King’s College Circle
    Toronto, Ontario M5S 1A1
    Telephone: (416) 978-2011

    President: Dr. David Naylor

    Scarborough Campus
    1265 Military Trail
    Toronto, Ontario M1C 1A4
    Telephone: (416) 287-8872
    Website: www.utsc.utoronto.ca

    Mississauga Campus
    3359 Mississauga Road N
    Mississauga, Ontario L5L 1C6
    Telephone: (905) 828-5399
    Fax: (905) 569-4301
    Website: www.utm.utoronto.ca

    Profile

    The University of Toronto is an outstanding centre of undergraduate, professional and graduate education. At U of T, professors of international calibre bring leading research and scholarship to bear on their teaching and provide opportunities for study and discovery at the forefront of the sciences, social sciences and humanities.

    The University of Toronto Library system is the largest academic library in Canada and is ranked in the top five among research libraries in North America. The system consists of over 30 libraries located on three university campuses with a collection of more than 15 million items. The Robarts Library and the Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library attract scholars from around the world.

    With more than 2,000 undergraduate courses in the faculty of arts and science alone, as well as 85 fully accredited doctoral programs and hundreds of courses in 17 faculties, U of T affords its students an unrivalled education leading to rewarding careers in a vast array of exciting fields. Students, among the most talented in Canada, benefit by programs of study abroad, national and international exchanges, cooperative education and inter-instructional experiences with dozens of affiliated institutions, including a renowned network of teaching hospitals and community-based health units, museums and art galleries.

    History
    Year of foundation: 1827
    Former name: King’s College at York (1827-1849).

    Student enrolment and fees

    2006 preliminary fall enrolment *
    Full-time (undergraduates): 53,000
    Full-time (graduates): 11,000
    Part-time (undergraduates): 6,500
    Part-time (graduates): 2,000

    * Source: Council of Ontario Universities. Enrolment numbers also include the University of St. Michael’s College, the University of Trinity College and Victoria University (Emmanuel College).

    Canadian student fees 2006 - 2007 **
    Undergraduate tuition fees: $4,373
    Graduate tuition fees: $5,660 - $27,000

    International student fees 2006 - 2007 **
    Undergraduate tuition fees: $11,399 - $16,800
    Graduate tuition fees: $12,600 - $37,839

    Student facilities and services

    Academic and campus services
    Academic and personal counselling, accessibility service, anti-racism and cultural diversity office, art galleries, campus newspapers, career centre, community service program, counselling and learning skills service, day care centres, family care adviser, First Nations house, health services, international student centre, leadership development pro-grams, psychiatric service, recreational facilities (including gymnasia, pools), sexual harassment office, status of women office, student activity centres, student housing services, student ombudsperson, student radio, theatres, Walksafer and Ridesafer services, women’s centre, writing labs.

    Graduate Student Programs: The University of Toronto offers many programs and services targeted to graduate students. The Graduate Student Initiative is specifically designed by Student Services to offer workshops, social events and online resources to enhance the graduate student experience. The Graduate Students’ Union and the Office of Students Affairs have created Grad Escapes to encourage graduate students to meet other graduate students and enjoy the many highlights of the city of Toronto. Graduate students interested in improving their teaching skills can do so through a variety of training course for graduated students in university teachings. The English Language and Writing Service offers individual consultations, single-session workshops, and non-credit courses for both native and non-native speakers of English.

    First-year student programs
    Academic advising, academic bridging program, applied science and engineering students, counselling and learning skills service, first-year learning communities, first-year seminars, math and computer centres, orientation, pre-university mathematics program, The Passport Program, special first-year curricula for arts and science, transitional year program, writing labs.

    Housing
    On-campus: First-year full-time undergraduate students who are offered admission by July 1st and have requested residence space on their application for admission will be guaranteed a room.

    St. George campus: The downtown campus can accommodate up to 6,371 students (undergraduate and graduate). There are 11 residences (co-ed, male-only, and female-only) for single students and apartment complexes for couples and families. The majority of residences available to undergraduate students are traditional dormitory-style, where students may occupy a single room or share a double room with another student (usually the case for first-year students), and include compulsory meal plans. Graduate students are housed in apartment-style and traditional-style residences. Some apartment-style accommodations are available for undergraduate students as well. Cost in 2006-2007: room only $5,450 - $6,410; room and board, $7,470 - $12,201 for an eight-month period; graduate apt. housing, $485 - $710/month; family housing, $583 - $956/month as of September 1, 2006.

    U of T Mississauga campus: The Mississauga campus can accommodate approximately 799 undergraduate students. There are three styles of housing available for undergraduate students: 364 single bedrooms in three or four-bedroom apartment-style suites, 388 spaces in four-person town-houses, and 47 premium townhouse or apartment spaces for upper year students. No meal plan is available. Cost in 2006-2007: $4,942 - $5,439 for eight-month period. Approximately 151 townhouses and apartments are available for graduate students and families. Cost: apartments, $604 - $899/month plus hydro; townhouses, $899 - $947/month plus hydro.

    U of T Scarborough campus: The Scarborough campus can accommodate 766 undergraduate and graduate students in 114 townhouse units with four or six students in each house and 55 four-bedroom units, two three-bedroom units, and one two-bedroom unit. No meal plan is available. Houses are assigned once the confirmation for reservation is received. Allocations for new students are processed by date of confirmation. Cost of room for fall/winter session 2006-2007: $3,859 (shared) - $5,574.

    Off-campus: Rents vary but most are within the following ranges: shared accommodation, $350 - $600/month; bachelor apartment; $500 - $750/month; one-bedroom apartment, $550 - $900/month; two-bedroom apartment, $800 - $1,300/month; three-bedroom apartment, $1,200 - $1,700 /month. Utilities may be extra.

    Information technology
    Many faculties, colleges, and departments offer students access to local, departmental systems and computer-based technology labs. Most residences are wired for computers. All students have full Internet and e-mail access. Dial-up access is free for the first 20 hours per term, and $0.50 per subsequent hour.

    University research

    The University of Toronto is Canada’s top research university. Our internationally-renowned scholars are engaged in research that has a tangible impact on every aspect of society. Here and around the world, they are finding new treatments for disease, developing solutions for local and global social and economic issues, and creating knowledge that advances our understanding of the world we live in.

    State-of-the-art research facilities provide scholars and students access to the latest tools needed to perform this research. For example, at the Terrence Donnelly Centre for Cellular and Biomolecular Research, investigators from medicine, pharmacy, and applied science and engineering, come together in an open environment that encourages new ways of approaching biological problems by stimulating unconventional interactions among disciplines.

    U of T recognizes the important relationship between leading research and undergraduate teaching and provides students with continuous opportunities for research experiences from the time they accept admission to the university, through course work and summer experiences until graduation.

    International education

    The University of Toronto offers an array of opportunities that emphasize meaningful international experiences, both on and off campus. On campus, the university is committed to recruiting faculty and students from around the world, bringing varied international perspectives into the classroom. Off campus, there are a range of out-of-country programs including a work/study abroad office, international internships, co-op placements, study abroad, and international exchange opportunities.

    Examples include: Students from across faculties participated in an HIV/ AIDS education initiative in Namibia; UTM residence students delivered community development programs and activities to children and youth in Guatemala; Faculty of Law International Human Rights Summer Internship Program placed interns in a number of countries including Uganda, Malaysia and Botswana; International Development Studies work placement partnered students with Canadian Development Agencies (NGOs) in various countries including Sri Lanka, Burkina Faso, Tanzania and Indonesia; Ontario Institute for Studies in Education pre-service student teachers completed their practicum in over 20 countries; Faculty of Forestry Field Camps located in a new geographic destination each year.

    Additionally, the university offers exchange programs to over 150 institutions in more than 35 countries. Available at both the graduate and undergraduate levels, students have the flexibility to study for a semester or full academic year.

    Contact
    International Student Exchange Office
    E-mail: student.exchange@utoronto.ca
    Website: www.utoronto.ca/student.exchange/

    Constituent colleges

    Innis College
    University of Toronto
    2 Sussex Avenue
    Toronto, ON M5S 1J5
    Telephone: (416) 978-2513

    New College
    University of Toronto
    300 Huron St.
    Toronto, ON M5S 3J6
    Telephone: (416) 978-2460

    University College
    University of Toronto
    15 King’s College Circle
    Toronto, ON M5S 3H7
    Telephone: (416) 978-3171

    Woodsworth College
    119 St. George Street
    Toronto, ON M5S 1A9
    Telephone: (416) 978-4444

    University of Toronto Mississauga
    3359 Mississauga Rd. North
    Mississauga, ON L5L 1C6
    Telephone: (905) 828-5399

    University of Toronto Scarborough
    1265 Military Trail
    Scarborough, ON M1C 1A4
    Telephone: (416) 287-7259

    Federated universities

    University of St. Michael’s College
    (See corresponding chapter in this directory)

    University of Trinity College
    (See corresponding chapter in this directory)

    Victoria University
    (See corresponding chapter in this directory)

    Other related institutions

    The Toronto School of Theology
    Consists of seven federated colleges:
    Emmanuel (United Church of Canada)
    Knox (Presbyterian)
    Regis (Roman Catholic, Jesuit)
    St. Augustine’s Seminary (Roman Catholic, Diocesan)
    St. Michael’s (Roman Catholic, Basilian)
    Trinity (Anglican)
    Wycliffe College (Anglican) and the associated
    McMaster Divinity College (Baptist)
    47 Queen’s Park Crescent East
    Toronto, ON M5S 2C3
    Telephone: (416) 978-4039


  3. #3
    طالب مجتهد

    حالة الإتصال : HISHAM AHMAD غير متواجد حالياً
    رقم العضوية : 6809
    تاريخ التسجيل : Apr 2007
    المشاركات : 120
    HISHAM AHMAD غير متواجد حالياً

    افتراضي


    اخوي انا ان شاء الله رايح سانت ماري !

    وش رايك فيها ؟ ومعهدها ؟ سيئ يعني ما يندرس فيه ؟
    ياريت تعطيني معلومات عنها وعن المدينه !

    ومشكوووووووووور


  4. #4
    طالب مميز
    الصورة الرمزية حمد الحمد

    حالة الإتصال : حمد الحمد غير متواجد حالياً
    رقم العضوية : 103
    تاريخ التسجيل : Mar 2006
    المشاركات : 2,136
    حمد الحمد غير متواجد حالياً

    افتراضي


    اقتباس المشاركة الأصلية كتبت بواسطة HISHAM AHMAD
    اخوي انا ان شاء الله رايح سانت ماري !

    وش رايك فيها ؟ ومعهدها ؟ سيئ يعني ما يندرس فيه ؟
    ياريت تعطيني معلومات عنها وعن المدينه !

    ومشكوووووووووور
    ابو الهش نقره لتكبير أو تصغير الصورة ونقرتين لعرض الصورة في صفحة مستقلة بحجمها الطبيعي

    ان شاء الله الهوت شوكليت كان تمام نقره لتكبير أو تصغير الصورة ونقرتين لعرض الصورة في صفحة مستقلة بحجمها الطبيعي


    وهذي الجامعه قويه بمجال الاداره
    Saint Mary’s University

    923 Robie Street
    Halifax, Nova Scotia B3H 3C3
    Telephone: (902) 420-5400
    Fax: (902) 420-5561
    Website: www.smu.ca

    President: Dr. J. Colin Dodds

    Profile

    Saint Mary’s is a metropolitan university in the heart of Halifax, the Atlantic provinces’ largest city.

    The university is dedicated to excellence in teaching, research and community outreach. Although primarily an undergraduate institution, the university’s academic plan sees an expansion of graduate programs and a range of master’s and doctoral degrees. The university encourages study abroad opportunities with its many institutional linkages.

    Saint Mary’s Sobey School of Business trains its students to face the challenges of the new global markets.

    The Faculty of Arts offers a comprehensive range of majors and minors including Asian studies, criminology and international development studies. There are pre-professional programs offered in law, medicine, engineering, theology, dentistry and architecture. The Science Faculty includes an astrophysics major. Students in science and commerce may pursue valued work experience alongside their studies through a cooperative education program.

    Saint Mary’s is home to students from across Canada and from over 94 different countries. This combination of backgrounds makes the university an exciting, diverse and international community in which to live and study.

    Saint Mary’s is also a pioneer in accommodating students with disabilities, and is home to the Atlantic Centre of Research, Access and Support for Students with Disabilities.

    History
    Year of foundation: 1802
    Former name of the institution: Saint Mary’s College.

    Student enrolment and fees

    2006 preliminary fall enrolment *
    Full-time (undergraduates): 6,300
    Full-time (graduates): 355
    Part-time (undergraduates): 845
    Part-time (graduates): 207

    * Source: Association of Atlantic Universities

    Canadian student fees 2006 - 2007 **
    Undergraduate tuition fees: $5,890
    Graduate tuition fees: $6,325 - $15,000

    International student fees 2006 - 2007 **
    Undergraduate tuition fees: $11,160
    Graduate tuition fees: $11,905 - $12,232

    Student facilities and services

    Academic and campus services
    Art gallery, bookstore, campus safety patrol, centre for new students, Aboriginal student advisor, Black student advisor, chaplaincy, conflict resolution adviser, co-op education, counselling services (personal and career counselling, women’s group, men’s group and assertiveness group), daycare service, disabled students support centre, financial counsellor (provides advice on bursaries and scholarships), international student adviser, observatory, student employment centre, student health services, student peers office.

    First-year student programs
    The university organizes an information day for parents and new students in July, and an orientation for all new students in September. Saint Mary’s University’s Extreme F.Y.I. (First Year Information) is a non-credit course designed to help first-year students meet new friends, master academic life and connect with university academic and administrative staff. Students learn to manage the transition from high school to university, study skills strategies for success, how to manage their finances, leadership on and off campus health and wellness as well as portfolio development. Students earn success certificates for educational and skills workshops, participate in group activities, get involved on campus and in the community and develop a learning portfolio as part of this program. The program is aimed at creating partnerships to help students achieve success in their personal, academic and career goals.

    Housing
    On-campus: Saint Mary’s houses more than 1,000 students in three residence buildings. They consist of male-only, female-only, and co-ed dormitory-style residence as well as apartment-style residences with co-ed floors. Residence spaces for first-year students are reserved by date of application on a first-come, first-served basis. Returning student spaces are allocated by seniority and a room draw. Cost per academic year for residence rooms with obligatory meal plan: single room, $7,300 - $8,240; double room, $6,630 - $7,570; apartment style residence, $3,900 (room only); family housing, $760 - $990/month. All residences have been renovated, complete with new furniture, cable, Internet and telephone connections included in rates.

    Off-campus: Housing is available near Saint Mary’s, including bachelor as well as one, two, and three-bedroom apartments. Prices vary greatly depending on location, building quality, size and amenities. A review of one-bedroom apartments available through the SMU off-campus housing office showed an average monthly rent of $633 not including phone, cable, heat, electricity, and Internet access. The off-campus housing office provides assistance to students in locating available accommodation.

    Information technology
    Saint Mary’s has 10 general-access computer labs containing about 400 computers. Most labs are open 24 hours a day. Students can obtain accounts which allow them full Internet access, including e-mail services. Residence rooms are wired for Internet access. Students living off-campus have remote access to campus computing services. Wifi “hotspots” located in student areas on campus.


    Student assistance
    Undergraduate/Graduate: Saint Mary’s offers numerous entrance and in-course scholarships, for a total of
    $3.8 million in undergraduate and graduate awards. Entrance awards range from $500 to $3,500 and may
    be renewed. Students are automatically considered if they achieve a minimum of 80 percent average. Students may also be considered for Presidential Scholarships valued at $9,000 which are renewable for a total of $36,000. First-year students may also be considered for Santamarian Scholarships valued at $5,000 and renewable for a total of $20,000.

    In-course awards range from $1,000 to $3,500. Bursaries are offered based on financial need while graduate fellowships are also available. Saint Mary’s also operates an employment program to supplement financial need and provide work experience.

    University research

    Saint Mary’s University is committed to pursuing excellence in research. Included in its specific commitments in research activities are: being a resource to the community, responsive to the needs of all its groups; pursuing linkages across disciplines; reaching out to the regional, national and international community by cooperating with businesses, government agencies, and other academic institutions.

    Currently a $25.5 million renovation and expansion of the Science Building is under way. The expanded Science Building will also include a $10 million high performance computer facility. A $40 million capital campaign is also well under way. A major component of the capital campaign will be a “Global Learning Commons”, providing state-of-the-art/science instructional, learning, and intellectual-interaction space for our students and faculty.

    In the last few years, the university has greatly increased internal funding to provide stipends for graduate students involved in research programs. This funding has leveraged significant funds from other sources and has greatly encouraged students to be engaged in research at the university.

    Saint Mary’s is a school of a scale which enables state-of-the-art/science facilities and expertise to support research in many fields, while maintaining a strong sense of community and a focus on students. Our five research thrusts are: research for Atlantic Canada communities, innovation in business management and workplace studies, environmental studies and sustainable development, astronomy and computational science, and international development and human migration issues.

    International education

    Saint Mary’s University places a priority on the internationalization process and on preparing students and the community to meet the challenges of globalization. The leadership at the university translates this emphasis into action, encouraging faculty, staff and students to be involved globally. The international theme is a focus of both the university’s Statement of Mission and of the Academic Plan.

    International students from more than 85 countries bring a distinct international flavor to the university and to the community. Saint Mary’s, through its Student Services Department and International Student Centre, works hard at ensuring that international students feel comfortable and “have a place” at the university and in the community.

    Participation by Saint Mary’s students, staff and faculty in overseas study, research and work is facilitated in a variety of ways. Students participate in international study programs which allow for transfer of credit back to Saint Mary’s degree programs. This is achieved through a formal arrangement between Saint Mary’s and an international partner (Saint Mary’s has approximately 25 active institutional agreements in place representing five continents) or on a “one off” basis reflecting an individual student’s interest. In addition, Saint Mary’s professors deliver some courses for our students in an international venue.

    Contact
    Mr. Denis Leclaire, Director
    International Activities
    Telephone: (902) 420-5177
    Fax: (902) 420-5530
    E-mail: denis.leclaire@smu.ca

    Affiliated colleges

    Atlantic School of Theology
    660 Francklyn Street
    Halifax NS B3H 3B5
    Telephone: (902) 423-6939
    Fax: (902) 492-4048

    Ignatius College (Roman Catholic college for men. Founded in 1913 for training members of the Society of Jesus in English-speaking Canada)
    Guelph ON N1H 6N6
    Telephone: (519) 824-1250


  5. #5
    طالب مجتهد

    حالة الإتصال : HISHAM AHMAD غير متواجد حالياً
    رقم العضوية : 6809
    تاريخ التسجيل : Apr 2007
    المشاركات : 120
    HISHAM AHMAD غير متواجد حالياً

    افتراضي


    تماااااااااااام ووالله !! :d

    مشكور ابوتركي على المعلومات !

    لاكن شو الرجال يبي يطلع من سانت ماري وحنا نبيها !!!

    والله خوفني !


  6. #7
    طالب جديد

    حالة الإتصال : ALFRAIDO غير متواجد حالياً
    رقم العضوية : 776
    تاريخ التسجيل : Apr 2006
    المشاركات : 10
    ALFRAIDO غير متواجد حالياً

    افتراضي


    مشكور ابو تركي ورحم الله والديك على المجهود الطيب

    بالنسبة للاخ هشام :
    بصراحة المعهد سئ جدا يعني انا اقولك هالكلام لاني مابغاك تجي هنا وتتفاجئ بس اذا بتدخل الجامع كلام ابو تركي صحيح الجامعة قوية في تخصص البزنس
    اما المدينة : مدينة هادئة ومافيها ولا شي يعني لاتقول انك تبغى تطلع مكان تفرفش فيه ولا ازيدك من الشعر بيت كل المدن بعيدة عنك يعني لو انك تبي تستأجر سيارة علشان تروح مونتريال او تورنتو يبيلك مشوااااااااااااااار يعني تورنتو حول ال 13 ساعة

    فمثل ماقلت لك الوضع سئ هنا


  7. #8
    طالب مجتهد

    حالة الإتصال : HISHAM AHMAD غير متواجد حالياً
    رقم العضوية : 6809
    تاريخ التسجيل : Apr 2007
    المشاركات : 120
    HISHAM AHMAD غير متواجد حالياً

    افتراضي


    اخوي ممكن ايميلك ؟؟!

    من اجد ابي اتواصل معاك !!

    وسلام عليكم


  8. #9
    طالب جديد

    حالة الإتصال : ALFRAIDO غير متواجد حالياً
    رقم العضوية : 776
    تاريخ التسجيل : Apr 2006
    المشاركات : 10
    ALFRAIDO غير متواجد حالياً

    افتراضي


    hi hisham .i`m really sorry coz i didnt answer u coz i hadn`t an internet for i while but here is my email :alfraido@hotmail.com


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