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The Globe and Mail surveyed 35 Chinese-born or China-raised students from the 2017 Rotman business class. Respondents accounted for about one-third of the Rotman School of Business's Chinese students that year. Their answers, along with some of their stories, follow.

Interview with John Shi

In an interview with The Globe and Mail, Uforse founder John Shi said: I grew up in Shijiazhuang, the capital of Hebei Province, and was determined to be admitted to the best school. "I dream of being admitted to China's top financial university. But it's too difficult."

He pointed to the dreaded college entrance exam — inequality in the gaokao. Students can score up to 750 points on the test, but these points are not all academic.

Points can be awarded to certain categories of people in the high school process, and for those students who don't, that means they need 100 points higher than students in Beijing to get into a similar university. "

The competition is really not that equal,” he said. Canada offers a more level academic environment. So Mr. Shi decided to skip the college entrance exam entirely and chose to come to Canada for grade 11.

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高中规划背景提升Package - Uforse Education
高中规划背景提升Package - Uforse Education
High School Planning Background Enhancement Package

High School Planning Background Enhancement Package


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Project Introduction:

Through the senior planners of Ulion (Ted Talk speaker, MBA of business school, Rotman Business School director and other famous school tutors), the students will be regularly and comprehensively planned, and academic goals will be set. , internship projects, business competitions and other participation quotas to ensure high-quality volunteer/internship/Project course opportunities for students, eliminate useless background improvement and waste time, and accurately provide high-value academic/non-academic background improvement activities for students’ professional needs.

Project Highlights:

- Conduct regular 1v1 planning sessions with senior planners from prestigious schools, and customize growth plans according to student goals

-All-round course selection planning and guidance, and issue a course selection report for the whole year

-Provide students with a variety of student union/society/volunteer/internship opportunities to enrich the background of university application

-Provide high-quality letters of recommendation, and have the opportunity to organize activities led by a Ulion planner

- Activity background sorting, personal resume sorting and follow-up

-Enjoy the VIP price of the background booster course

For people:

G10-G12 Students with weak application background and few extracurricular activities

Students who want to improve their leadership and practical ability by participating in high-quality background improvement projects

Students who are confused about major and university planning and need professional planners to plan and sort out