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Hello everybody, i would like to apply to the master of of conference interpreting of Glendon but i don't understand the process because i am not familiar with the canadian system.I also want to know if the grade point average of B is really optional : i mean if i provide a proof of English proficiency and i succeed the aptitude test, i will really be accepted ? Help Any information about the proof of English proficiency ( which one ? ), the 1st year ( since the classes and the internship are online, should i find a job or another internship, in which field ), scholarships and financial aids, enrollment fees and general advice would help me a lot. Thanks in advance

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i would like to apply to the master of of conference interpreting of Glendon but i don't understand the process because i am not familiar with the canadian system.

Preparing your application to graduate studies at York University and/or other interested universities requires research and planning. Some students start preparing their plan for graduate studies as early as two years before they submit their application. Consider the following timelines to help guide you through a successful application process.

http://futurestudents.yorku.ca/graduate/steps-apply

I also want to know if the grade point average of B is really optional

In terms of degree requirements, the MCI is a Master’s Degree. So we would expect you already to hold an undergraduate degree or equivalent (typically a four-year, full-time program) from an accredited post-secondary institution with a minimum grade point average of B in the final two years of full-time study.

https://www.glendon.yorku.ca/interpretation/applying-to-the-program/

if i provide a proof of English proficiency and i succeed the aptitude test, i will really be accepted ?

If you pass the Aptitude Test (Round I and II), you will be asked to formally apply on York’s Faculty of Graduate studies website.

https://www.glendon.yorku.ca/interpretation/applying-to-the-program/

scholarships and financial aids, enrollment fees and general advice would help me a lot.

funding might be available through York University’s Faculty of Graduate Studies.

https://www.glendon.yorku.ca/interpretation/financial-matters/

https://sfs.yorku.ca/scholarships

Admissions Questions?

http://futurestudents.yorku.ca/contact#askanexpert

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answered 14 Mar, 07:26

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edited 14 Mar, 07:28

Thank you but i need more the opinion of a student or an ex student of Glendon.

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answered 14 Mar, 12:45

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