[2021 Canadian Undergraduate Application Lecture] Held as scheduled, John Shi, the founder of Ulion Education, joined hands with Mr. Jennifer, the former document reviewer of Rotman Business School, and the seniors and sisters of major Canadian universities to bring students a full-fledged university application Lectures.
There were hundreds of students online , and the atmosphere was lively. The lecture ended after an hour delay . Many parents and students received one-on-one consultations from Ying Lions teachers.
Contents of the lecture by John Shi, Director of Ulion Planners
[Uliona 2021 Canadian Undergraduate Application Lecture] John Shi, Director of Ulion Planners, summarized the Canadian undergraduate application situation for parents and students under the epidemic, and analyzed in detail the Canadian undergraduate application process, experience, precautions, the latest Canadian policies and the success of Ulion students. The case gave everyone a more profound and intuitive understanding of the study abroad plan under the epidemic, and pointed out the direction for the students who were confused in the application.
Jennifer, former document reviewer at Rotman School of Business
Not only that, the special guest of this lecture, Mr. Jennifer, the former document reviewer of Rotman Business School, also comprehensively analyzed the application requirements of the top 5 Canadian business schools and the University of Waterloo for the students who want to sprint to the top schools, and matters needing attention in the application process and experience sharing.
And she also emphasized the importance of extracurricular activities and video interviews in applying for top schools in addition to the 12th grade GPA, language scores and other hard skills.
Facing the questions raised by students and parents, the tutors also gave their own professional insights and targeted suggestions. Hundreds of parents and students who came to attend the lecture gained a lot.
Speeches full of dry goods, tutors and excellent seniors and sisters have deepened students and parents' understanding of Canadian undergraduate applications in many ways.
I believe that after this study abroad lecture, the students will be able to have a more comprehensive understanding of the preparation and planning of the 12th grade through the in-depth communication with the Ulion planners and tutors, and prepare for the sprint to the famous school as soon as possible.