Jamer Posted March 27, 2010 Report Share Posted March 27, 2010 So I'm preparing for the worst this year--specifically, what I'll do if I'm not granted admissions on May 14 at the schools I interviewed at (U of C/U of A). After spending a decent amount of time looking into admissions in the US/internationally, I still think my best choice is to stay in Canada. That said, I'm looking to increase my chances by obtaining in province status in a province other than Alberta. So far I've figured out that UBC/Sask/Man all require you to live there for 2 if not 3 years before you get in province status, so I'd be ineligible for the next application cycle. Is there anywhere in Canada that I could obtain in-province status by residing for only 12 months? I know both Alberta schools allow that...but unfortunately I'm already an IP applicant there. I don't speak french so I couldn't go to french-speaking schools in Quebec. From what I can tell, there's an opportunity for me to achieve this if I looked into the martime schools, but the wording on their websites is unclear. So yeah, some clarification would be super. Cheers Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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