I have recently applied for my Canadian visa to study at Matrix College. I have started my online study and completed my first year also but due to some unforeseen circumstances, my submission for the visa got rejected. After the refusal, I worked on my IELTS test preparation, and this time I got an overall 6.5 band. Also with discussion with my peer and seniors keeping the best interest for my future this time, I have changed my program to Computer System Technician and I am confident that this field will give me all career-high during my professional journey. I received my visa refusal letter, and I noticed the following highlights,
So, here I am in a place to provide more insights on the matter of my visa refusal by writing this letter of explanation.
Considering the language proficiency, I cleared the IELTS exam with a proficient overall score of 6.5 for a total score of 9. I scored 7 in listening, 6.5 in speaking, and not less than 6 in other modules. The IELTS marks I have scored fulfill the eligibility criteria to enroll in St. Clair College.
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Canada is one of the countries with safe standards of living for international students with an excellent set of curriculums that could provide limitless exposure. The standard of education and the way of teaching is very different in Canada when compared to India. I also believe the standards of education acquired by experience weigh more than by learning something in the first place.
I want to pursue a course that is a combination of technical skills and has insights into running an organization. The course should also evolve and prepare me to respond with innovative solutions to lead any organization in a dynamic, system-driven, and competitive technology as well as a technical environment.
The main reason for me to choose Computer System Technician at St. Clair College is the course structure and the syllabus tie-up it offers. This particular four-semester program will allow me to have the confidence to seek vibrant career opportunities when it comes to the changing and evolving world of engineering.
I’d want to emphasize that my mother supports my decision in the absence of my father to pursue my education and sees it as a triumph for the firm’s future. After the sudden death of my father, she raised me to single handily. Here I have paid my GIC CAD $ XXXXX as well as first-year tutorial fees of CAD $ XXXX I am overwhelmed by the support and motivation showered by my mother and hence I feel it’s my utmost responsibility to look after her when I return to India after finishing my course.