We will prepare a selection of universities that suit your criteria:
- Location: Ontario or Quebec province, in the city or outside of the city
- Tuition and financing options available
- Dorms quality
- Student organizations
We specialize in business-related disciplines. Because of a wide selection of different programs in Canada, it may be difficult to understand all their nuances on your own. Based on your interests, strengths and career aspirations, we'll prepare a list of programs specifying:
- Degrees: B.Comm, BBA, B.A, Honours
- Majors: Finance, Economics, Accounting, International Business, etc.
- Cut-off for high school GPA
- Minimum required TOEFL/IELTS score
- Career prospects
- Pre-requisites and program structure
deadlines and documents
We'll explain what documents are needed and how to submit them. The deadline for submitting an admission application varies between universities, but it's usually in January-February. However, it's important to know that the admission decisions are made on a rolling basis. Canadian universities start accepting applications as early as September. So, the earlier you apply the higher your chances are to get accepted.
To apply for a Canadian Bachelor's degree you will only need TOEFL/IELTS and a high school transcript.
Founder of Bakalavr - Elena
Elena received her B.A degree with Distinction, major in Economics and minor in Finance, from McGill University which is among the top 25 in the world. She financed her education via scholarship, student loan and work. During the studies, she founded and became president of the McGill Russian Speaking Students' Association.
Prior to graduating from a Russian high school, Elena spent one year in the USA as an exchange student thanks to the full scholarship received as part of the Future Leaders Exchange program (FLEX).
Upon completing her Bachelor's degree, Elena became an analyst at the boutique consulting firm helping clients in heavy industries to improve their commercial strategy. Now, Elena is a Deal Advisory consultant in one of the Big4 firms, where she estimates potential synergies in the M&A deals and stand-alone costs of the carve-outs.