Akshey Kalra, India

...they answered all of my questions and were constantly in touch with me.”

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Chiamaka Odunukwe, Nigeria

(students) are expected to implement all that you have learned in the classroom or lab, you better be prepared!”"

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Omar Patwari, Bangladesh

I have so many friends from so many different countries that if I want to experience a different country, I just go to my friend’s house!”

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Andrew Fortune, Canada

Andrew’s experience in India has taught him that there should “always be a human face behind academia and professional relationships.”

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Chaitanya Manchanda, India

“I also encourage ‘special students’ to apply,” he says. “Canada has a lot to offer, and one won’t feel at a loss—it is an education without barriers!”

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Luv and Kush Aggarwal

“Windsor is an amazing place, so many things to do, so many friends to be with, and an opportunity to exercise independence.”

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Madan Roy, Bangladesh

“Looking back now, I know I made a good decision, I got accepted into the program found subsidized housing for my family and this spring I will earn a Masters Degree in Mechanical Engineering.”

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Meghna Kararia, India

"Studying in Canada is a 360 degree change for me; [...] Almost 90% of the staff and professors are willing to help you, even after scheduled hours.”

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Trith Vaishnay, India

"...you have to be on your toes the entire semester because everything you do matters.” explains Tirth who prefers the Canadian system of grading.

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