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Overview

Overview

Based in Canada’s capital city of Ottawa, Carleton University was founded in 1942 and has consistently built on its mission to provide a high-quality education for its students. With a focus on hands-on learning and innovative research, Carleton graduates are well equipped to move forward in their chosen careers.

The university features a diverse international student population from over 140 countries worldwide, which makes up 13 percent of the undergraduate population and 21 percent of graduate students.

The university prides itself on its excellent selection of student support services.Among those, the Career Services team offers a range of services to help students find a job in Canada and prepare for their future careers. From drop-in career coaching sessions and support with networking, all the way to interview preparation and CV guidance, they are happy to help students with their job search in any way possible. In the 2018 -2019 academic year, Carleton awarded CAD 24 million to students in scholarships and bursaries, and it also offers academic development workshops, writing support, dedicated fitness programs and a variety of counselling services too.

Carleton’s scenic riverside campus is based just south of the city center in Ottawa, with on-campus accommodation, which holds over 3,600 students.

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Carleton University is located in Ottawa, a G7 capital city, which offers opportunities students won't find anywhere else. Ottawa is home to over 130 embassies and high commissions from around the world, as well as numerous national organizations and museums. A large percentage of Canada's major medical, clinical and life sciences research centres are located in the Ottawa area, as well as a technology industry comprised of over 1,900 companies.

Ottawa is also one of the most beautiful capitals in the world, with many neighborhood parks and tranquil green spaces, waterways that wind through the city, and historical and architectural landmarks.

Situated on a beautiful riverside campus just minutes from downtown, Carleton emphasizes hands-on research, community engagement, work experience and immersive learning. Having the paid "real-world" experience serves to complement what is taught in the classroom and opens doors of opportunity upon completion of the undergraduate degree.

Carleton has a long history of attracting international students to its welcoming and inclusive campus. Today the university has approximately 4,500 international students from 150 countries, creating a diverse and supportive academic community. Over 30,000 students enjoy Carleton's small and interactive classes, state-of-the-art research, laboratory and athletic facilities.

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Founded in 1942, Carleton University is spread out across 62 hectares of beautiful green space, just south of downtown Ottawa – the capital of Canada.

Students at Carleton University experience immersive learning through degree-related, real-world work experience, hands-on research, and community engagement. This complements taught theory inside the classroom.

Students also benefit from small class sizes, an excellent support network, and state-of-the-art facilities, including industry-supported laboratories, research, and extensive athletic facilities.

Carleton was ranked in the top five amongst comprehensive universities in Canada (Maclean's university rankings 2021) and was also placed in the top 10 for graduate employability. Specific subjects, such as computer science, engineering and mathematics have received top 10 rankings (QS World University Rankings).

Of the more than 31,000 students at Carleton, around 14 per cent are international students, coming from more than 150 different countries. Carleton offers study abroad and exchange programs, and prides itself on its international connections.

The campus is bordered by beautiful surroundings, including the Rideau River, the historic Rideau Canal, and residential neighborhoods. Other highlights include the university's proximity to Canada's Parliament Buildings, the Byward Market, and the beautiful Gatineau Park.

Ottawa is also home to more than 1,900 companies in the tech industry, where many of Canada's clinical, medical and life science research centres can be found.

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What’s new

What’s new

Carleton was named the second most sustainable university in Canada, and 33rd most sustainable university in the world.

Cutting edge and award-winning research at Carleton is contributing to the spheres of energy efficiency, accessibility design, autonomous vehicles, and migration and diaspora studies, to name just a few. Carleton also just announced four new research chairs in law, space robotics, digital media, and radiation therapy, boosting its leadership in aerospace, digital media, autonomous systems and medical physics.

Carleton hosts many national and international events. This includes the International Sustainability Conference, a global community of scholars focused on radical change to address major environmental challenges. Further, the first ever Canada Youth Summit brought together 300 young leaders from across Canada with the Prime Minister of Canada to celebrate the launch of Canada’s first youth policy. The university will also host a robotics competition in 2020.

Carleton has a new state-of-the-art Health Sciences building designed for sustainability and collaboration. This adds to other innovative buildings including the Macodrum Library with its Discovery Center (gaming lab, 3-D printers and workout desks), and the Canal building, a ‘smart’ building with solar panels and a green roof. Work is also well underway on the new Nicol building that will be home to the Sprott School of Business. Ottawa also has a new cultural and community hub in the heart of the city, thanks to Carleton University’s purchase of the Dominion-Chalmers Center. Carleton is creating a virtual tour so that students can see all the new developments for themselves wherever they are.

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What's new

Covid-19 update: Disruption as opportunity

Carleton University's strategic plan emphasizes the power of higher education and innovation, community and collaboration, and the importance of sustainability and wellness. Carleton was named the second most sustainable university in Canada and the 33rd most sustainable in the world.

These priority areas became particularly relevant during the Covid-19 pandemic. Students organized to support local non-profits and alumni used their platforms and influence to help local businesses, fundraise, design PPE for emergency service workers, support seniors, and much more.

Professors dove into research addressing various aspects of the pandemic including e-health, technology, AI and autonomous systems and epidemiology, testing, tracing, mental health, wellness and social adaptation.

Carleton is also committed to listening and learning as the university community participates in a wider social conversation about racism. The hope is to build on and continue initiatives already underway to ensure human rights, equity, diversity, inclusion and anti-racism on campus.

Current global challenges have also led Carleton to examine and improve how the university is engaging with students. Whether students are looking for virtual support to assist with their transition to university, take virtual tours of campus, or test run the online university experience, Carleton has it covered.

Students can find out more about the impact of COVID on their admissions as well as additional information on changes to learning. The university continues to review on a case by case basis students whose admission process has been affected by school closures or exam delays. International students can find additional support through many channels, including one-on-one appointments with international admissions officers.

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What's new

What's new

A safe return to campus

Carleton is planning for a safe and gradual return to campus in fall 2021. Plans include some in-person courses and activities on campus with online options to allow for maximum flexibility for students. Barring future public health restrictions, Carleton is optimistic for full campus operations with minimal restrictions in winter, 2022. Get the latest updates for fall 2021 and winter 2022 online.

Committed to women in engineering and IT

Committed to inspire, encourage and include women in engineering and IT, Carleton's Women in Engineering and Information Technology program partners with industry and government partners to provide opportunities like access to industry tours and talks, networking, and support to role models and ambassadors. Activities will begin in the fall of 2021, to help women students successfully transition into the workforce.

Sustainability plan

In November 2020, Carleton released a new five-year sustainability plan, which set ambitious targets for reducing emissions, water consumption and waste on campus. The plan also outlines increased research into sustainability, teaching, and community engagement. Carleton currently ranks as the second most sustainable university in Canada.

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Student support

Student support

At Carleton University, there are hundreds of ways to get involved and make the most of the university experience. Whether students choose to live on-campus as part of a close-knit community, take part in clubs and societies, or the range of athletic options, there are a rich variety of services available to support all interests and needs.

Support for international students

Carleton offers services and programs dedicated to helping international and exchange students adjust to life in Canada. This includes providing practical information about health insurance and study permit renewals, and information sessions about working in Canada, homesickness, money management and scholarships. The office also organizes outings and social events for international students.

Academic Support Services

Carleton University offers a variety of services designed to support students throughout their university experience. These services assist in achieving academic goals by offering helpful and practical strategies to improve research, time management, note-taking, studying, and exam-writing skills.

Healthcare on campus

Health and counseling services are provided by the students’ health and wellness center on campus. Here, students will find a healthcare facility that provides medical, counselling, and health promotion programs to students and staff. The main facility is located in the Carleton Technology and Training Center where students can also find a pharmacy.

Counseling in residence

The university offers a unique Health and Counseling Services satellite office located in Residence Commons where students can seek confidential counseling. Here, short term confidential counseling is available to help students manage a variety of mental/emotional challenges and promote healthy living. Some examples of issues students may discuss with a counselor include coping with stress and homesickness, handling a crisis, increasing self-esteem, gender identity, and eating disorders.

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Why Carleton?

Why Carleton?

Carleton is committed to giving back through education while pursuing contributions to the common good. These founding values are at the heart of the university's focus on research, community partnerships and teaching excellence.

  • A large percentage of Canada's major medical, clinical and life science research centres are located in the Ottawa area, as well as a growing technology industry with over 1,900 companies. Carleton's connections have helped create many valuable opportunities for students.
  • The majority of programs feature work-study opportunities (known as ''co-op''), that allow students to gain full-time, paid employment related to their academic program.
  • Qualified applicants are automatically offered entrance scholarships ranging from CAD 4,000 to CAD 16,000 over four years, and a place in one of Carleton's on-campus residences.
  • Carleton is a close-knit, supportive and diverse community. This includes academic support, help with jobs and career, health and counselling, student life, athletics, and 300 plus student-run clubs and societies. Students come from 140 plus countries and have many opportunities to get involved in community-building activities both on and off-campus.
  • Campus is a green oasis, nestled between the Rideau River, Rideau Canal and Dow's Lake. A self-contained campus and focus on community encourage student interaction, which can provide both valuable communication skills and lasting friendships.

In the classroom, Carleton challenges student thinking and teaches the skills students need to succeed. Outside the classroom, Carleton prepares students to apply their knowledge and skills to real world situations.

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Degree programs

Degree programs

There are 22 undergraduate programs with hundreds of majors and areas of specialization to choose from. Students can customize their degree to their particular interests, including combined Honours. Some of Carleton's most sought-after degree programs include:

Commerce (Business) or International Business

The Bachelor of Commerce provides a complete business education, with eight specializations, and options for co-op (a paid work-study opportunity), study abroad and/or a minor in another subject. The Bachelor of International Business spans the study of business, language, and builds cross-cultural skills.

Communication and Media Studies, Journalism, or Media Production and Design

Carleton media programs prepare students for the exciting challenges facing journalists and communications professionals in an ever-changing landscape.

Computer Science

This ever-changing discipline studies the theory, design and implementation of computer applications and systems in areas such as in business, communication, science, entertainment and medicine.

Engineering

The 13 streams offered cover a broad range of engineering specializations with rigorous programs and a highly supportive learning environment with practical, hands-on experience.

Science and Health Science

Labs, tutorials, field courses and seminars are conducted in small classes, resulting in personalized interactions with professors. An early emphasis on experimenting is a key component. Carleton's Bachelor of Health Science (BHSc) is a wide-ranging and career-focused program.

Built-in work experience

The majority of Carleton's undergraduate programs include a cooperative education option (known as ''co-op'') that offers students full-time, paid employment related to an academic program. Study terms are alternated with paid periods of employment. Students can also do internships, apprenticeships, research placements, and more.

Students can select from more than 100 programs, pathways and specializations at graduate level.

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Programs

Programs

There are 22 undergraduate programs including:

Commerce (Business) or International Business

The Bachelor of Commerce provides a complete business education, with eight specializations, and options for co-op, study abroad and/or a minor in another subject. The Bachelor of International Business is also a unique degree that spans the study of business, language, and builds cross-cultural skills.

Communication and Media Studies, Journalism, or Media Production and Design

Carleton offers programs focussing on understanding the ever-changing media landscape, and how media, information, and public engagement intersect. These programs prepare students for the exciting challenges facing journalists and communications professionals.

Computer Science

Computers and computer systems play a central role in business, communication, science, entertainment and medicine. This ever-changing discipline studies the theory, design and implementation of computer applications and systems.

Engineering

Carleton prepares students for a career as engineers by combining rigorous programs and a highly supportive learning environment with practical, hands-on experience. The 13 streams offered cover a broad range of engineering specializations.

Science and Health Science

Labs, tutorials, field courses and seminars are conducted in small classes, resulting in personalized interactions with professors. An early emphasis on experimenting is a key component of science at Carleton. Carleton’s Bachelor of Health Science (BHSc) is a wide-ranging and career-focused program.

Built-in work experience

The majority of Carleton’s undergraduate programs include a cooperative education option (known as “co-op”) that provide students with the opportunity to gain full-time, paid employment related to an academic program. Study terms are alternated with paid periods of work in real job situations.

Students have the option of selecting from more than 100 programs, pathways and specializations at graduate level.

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Programs

Programs

There are 22 undergraduate programs including:

Commerce (Business) or International Business

The Bachelor of Commerce provides a complete business education, with eight specializations, and options for co-op (a paid work-study opportunity), study abroad and/or a minor in another subject. The Bachelor of International Business is also a unique degree that spans the study of business, language, and builds cross-cultural skills.

Communication and Media Studies, Journalism, or Media Production and Design

Carleton offers programs focusing on understanding the ever-changing media landscape. These programs prepare students for the exciting challenges facing journalists and communications professionals.

Computer Science

Computers and computer systems play a central role in business, communication, science, entertainment and medicine. This ever-changing discipline studies the theory, design and implementation of computer applications and systems.

Engineering

Carleton prepares students for a career as engineers by combining rigorous programs and a highly supportive learning environment with practical, hands-on experience. The 13 streams offered cover a broad range of engineering specializations.

Science and Health Science

Labs, tutorials, field courses and seminars are conducted in small classes, resulting in personalized interactions with professors. An early emphasis on experimenting is a key component of science at Carleton. Carleton's Bachelor of Health Science (BHSc) is a wide-ranging and career-focused program.

Built-in work experience

The majority of Carleton's undergraduate programs include a cooperative education option (known as ''co-op'') that provides students with the opportunity to gain full-time, paid employment related to an academic program. Study terms are alternated with paid periods of work in real job situations.

Students have the option of selecting from more than 100 programs, pathways and specializations at the graduate level.

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Entry requirements

Entry requirements

Admission to Carleton's undergraduate degree programs is primarily based on a student's previous academic performance. Usually students are required to have graduated from secondary school (high school) to be accepted on an undergraduate program. Admission requirements vary by program so students should check individual entry requirements for their preferred program of study. Specific subjects (prerequisites) may also be required.

Students are encouraged to visit the Carleton admissions website, where they can input their education system and program of choice to see admission requirements tailored to them, along with key deadlines and a step by step guide on how to apply.

International applicants who do not have English as their first language, will also need to demonstrate a strong level of English proficiency by providing an English as a Second Language (ESL) test score.

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Admissions

Admissions

Carleton has over 31,000 undergraduate and graduate students. Applying for Carleton will vary depending on whether students are graduate or undergraduate applicants, and the country they are applying from.

Entry requirements

International students who are applying for undergraduate programs at Carleton University have to meet certain academic criteria. High school graduation is the normal minimum level of study to be considered for admission to the first year of an undergraduate program at Carleton University. Academic performance in the most recent years of study is the main determining factor for admission.

There are specific prerequisite subjects for the various undergraduate programs, the necessary minimum requirements, of which will only establish the eligibility of an applicant to be considered for admission to the degree program. Students are expected to present a minimum overall average and minimum prerequisite average, depending on the program for which they apply. Students can refer to Carleton’s admissions website for minimum cut off ranges. The overall average required for admission is determined each year on a program by program basis.

Proof of English language proficiency is also required for all degrees. Students can demonstrate their English language proficiency by providing an approved English language test score, or by presenting official transcripts indicating they have studied for the last three years (full-time) in a high school, college or university in Canada, the United States, the United Kingdom or any other country in which the primary language is English and where the language of instruction in the relevant educational institution was exclusively English.

Admissions to graduate programs also vary depending on the program and country. Students should consult the international student admission requirements page on the university website for the most recent and pertinent information.

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Student support

Student support

At Carleton University, there are hundreds of ways for students to get involved and make the most of their university experience. There are a rich variety of services available to support all interests and needs.

Support for international students

Carleton offers services and programs dedicated to helping international and exchange students make the most of their university experience in Canada. This includes advice on immigration, study permits, health insurance, working in Canada, budgeting and homesickness.

Academic support

Carleton University offers a variety of services designed to support students improve learning both inside and outside the classroom. Students can access peer-led study sessions as well as workshops on academic writing, time management, note-taking, and exam-preparation to name a few.

Work-study opportunities and support

The co-op team supports students with their job search, helps with the hiring process, and develops connections with potential employers. In addition to co-op, many programs also include work integrated learning opportunities like practicums, field placements, field courses, apprenticeships and research placements.

Career services

Career coaches, consultants and counsellors help students explore their talents, interests and skills, and align their degree with a career. They also assist with resume and cover letter reviews and job search strategies.

Healthcare

Students can access medical services, counselling, and health promotion programs provided by the health and wellness center on campus. Students living in residence can also access short-term confidential counseling within their residence complex to help with issues such as coping with stress, homesickness, self-esteem and more.

Fitness and athletics

Students can sign up for one of over 120 fitness classes, or make use of Carleton's extensive facilities including a swimming pool, squash courts, a fitness centre, and an indoor sports field with running track.

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Scholarships & funding

Scholarships & funding

Carleton has one of the most generous scholarship and bursary programs available in Canada. In 2020/2021, more than 12,000 scholarships and bursaries worth more than CAD 28.6 million were awarded to undergraduate students.

Entrance scholarships

Students who have been admitted with an average of 80 per cent or higher are automatically considered for a renewable entrance scholarship. International students are also eligible for these merit-based awards, and no application is required.

Prestige scholarships

Prestige Scholarships are Carleton's highest awards. Students must apply, and are considered only if entering Carleton directly from high school with an admission average of 90 per cent or better. Students are also assessed on their range of community or secondary school extracurricular activities.

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Graduate outcomes

Graduate outcomes

In 2019, Carleton was ranked in the top ten Canadian universities for graduate employability by the QS World University Rankings. It placed 163rd globally, out of more than 20,000 universities across the world. The factors considered include reputation amongst employers, partnerships with employers, employer-student connections and the rates of graduate employment.

Career services are available for all students at Carleton and can help students to identify and achieve their goals after leaving university. The Career Services office run a range of events, skills, tips and resources, and offer job search support to help students transition from students to alumni.

In addition to helping students transition from school to work, Career Serviceshelp facilitate volunteer opportunities, on campus jobs, or chances to work abroad so that students can leave university with a diverse range of life and work experiences.

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Graduate outcomes

Graduate outcomes

In the QS World University Rankings 2021 the university was placed in the top 20 in Canada with a well-recognized reputation amongst employers. The university boasts excellent partnerships with employers, encourages employer-student connections and has high rates of graduate employment. With the hands-on learning approach and co-op program at the university students are well placed to enter the world of work.

Career services are available for all students at Carleton and can help students to identify and achieve their goals after leaving university. The career services office runs a range of events, provides tips and resources, and offers job search support to help students transition from students to alumni.

In addition to helping students transition from school to work, the career services office helps facilitate volunteer opportunities, on campus jobs, or chances to work abroad so that students can leave university with a diverse range of life and work experiences.

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Student support

Student support

Caring is built into the Carleton community, with support covering all areas - academics, funding, career goals, health and wellness – with lots of social and fun activities too! Carleton ranked third for overall satisfaction among students (Maclean's, 2021), in large part because of the services available to students - all designed for a successful university experience.

Academic support is particularly robust, with peer study sessions, workshops on exam preparation, academic writing and much more. Career and Co-op offices help students find co-op placements, organizing networking events and career fairs, and getting job-ready with resumes, cover letters and interview skills. Students also have many opportunities to volunteer, and get involved with the wider community.

International students receive dedicated support from Carleton's International Student Services Office. This office organizes orientation and arrival for international students at the start of their studies, as well as fun cultural and social activities throughout the year. International students can access dedicated peer advisors, as well as advice and workshops on a range of issues, including:

  • Budgeting
  • Health insurance
  • Immigration
  • Study and work permits

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Scholarships

Scholarships

Carleton University offers numerous scholarship and bursary programs. In 2019 more than 12,000 scholarships and bursaries, totalling over CAD 24 million, were awarded to undergraduate students.

Entrance Scholarships

Students applying directly from high school who are admitted to Carleton with an admissions average of 80 percent or higher are automatically considered for the merit-based renewable Entrance Scholarships.

Prestige Scholarships

Carleton’s highest awards are the 24 Prestige Scholarships. For consideration, students must have an admission average of 90 percent or more and are asked to share their participation in extra-curricular activities.

Additional Entrance Scholarships

  • Faculty of Engineering and Design Scholarships

Up to 60 scholarships, valued at CAD 1,000, will be awarded to the top students who are entering selected Bachelor of Engineering programs.

  • Collins Memorial Entrance Scholarships for Earth Sciences

Two or more scholarships, valued at CAD 1,000 to CAD 4,000 will be awarded to students entering the first year of an earth sciences program, in addition to other Entrance Scholarships.

  • Sprott School of Business Scholarships

The Dean’s Entrance Scholarship of Excellence, valued at CAD 2,000 or CAD 4,000 is awarded to the top students entering the first year of the Bachelor of Commerce program.

  • Bachelor of Global and International Studies Award of Excellence for ICP graduates

Two awards, valued at CAD 500 each, will be given annually to outstanding students who have completed an International Certificate Program (ICP) in Canada and are entering the Bachelor of Global and International Studies (BGInS) program.

Graduate Awards and funding

In 2019 Carleton students were awarded over CAD 46 million in funding. Students are automatically evaluated for their funding eligibility upon the submission of an application. If students qualify and are selected for funding, they are notified in their offer of admission.

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Scholarships

Scholarships

Carleton University offers numerous scholarship and bursary programs. In 2019 more than 12,000 scholarships and bursaries, totaling over CAD 24 million, were awarded to undergraduate students.

Entrance Scholarships

Students applying directly from high school who are admitted to Carleton with an admissions average of 90 per cent or higher are automatically considered for the merit-based renewable Entrance Scholarships, which range from CAD 4,000 to CAD 16,000 over four years.

Prestige Scholarships

The highest awards are the 24 Prestige Scholarships. Students must apply, and are considered only if entering Carleton directly from high school with an admission average of 90 per cent or better. The selection committee will also assess the range of community or secondary school extracurricular activities.

Graduate Awards and funding

In 2019 Carleton students were awarded over CAD 46 million in funding. Students are automatically evaluated for their funding eligibility upon the submission of an application. If students qualify and are selected for funding, they are notified in their offer of admission.

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Graduate outcomes

Graduate outcomes

With a strong reputation for helping students gain marketable skills and experience, the QS World University Rankings 2021 places Carleton in the top 20 in Canada for graduate employability.

Work-study opportunities are offered for most programs at Carleton, allowing students to gain valuable real-world job experience in their field of study. A dedicated Career Service supports all students and alumni to identify and achieve their career goals - supporting with job readiness skills, organizing job fairs and networking events, facilitating volunteer opportunities, on campus jobs, or chances to work abroad so that students can leave university with a diverse range of life and work experiences.

The most recent statistics show that 92.7 per cent of Carleton graduates were employed two years after graduating, and 85 per cent were employed after six months (Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Development (MAESD) 2017/18).

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ដើម្បីស្វែងយល់បន្ថែមអំពីព័ត៌មានដែលបង្ហាញនៅទីនេះ – ​​​​​​​អានអំពី របៀបដែលយើងប្រមូលនិងបង្ហាញព័ត៌មានវគ្គសិក្សា ។ IDP សូមមិនទទួលខុសត្រូវចំពោះកំហុស ឬការលុបចោលណាមួយនៅក្នុងខ្លឹមសារនៃគេហទំព័រនេះទេ។ យើងសូមណែនាំឱ្យអ្នកនិយាយជាមួយអ្នកជំនាញផ្តល់ប្រឹក្សាពីការសិក្សានៅបរទេសរបស់ IDP ដើម្បីទទួលបានព័ត៌មានចុងក្រោយបំផុតនិងត្រឹមត្រូវបំផុត។

Carleton University Carleton University
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Carleton University - by, 2020-01-07
3.0/ 5 stars
Carleton University Carleton University
Rated4/5based on4 student reviews
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Carleton University - by, 2019-12-17
5.0/ 5 stars
Carleton University Carleton University
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Carleton University - by, 2020-01-29
5.0/ 5 stars
Carleton University Carleton University
Rated4/5based on4 student reviews
Customer reviews:
Carleton University - by, 2020-02-01
4.0/ 5 stars

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