RAC Digital Arts College Student Reviews featuring Leyshan Grant

RAC Digital Arts College Student Reviews featuring Leyshan Grant of Turks & Caicos.

Why did you choose to study Sound & Music Recording? I found it interesting. Not just sound but the process of how it's made, produced, distributed etc. I saw it as an opportunity to further my own sound reinforcement company.

What was the best part of your experience while studying at RAC? I found the whole experience to be great.

What is your goal? My goal is to grow my company. To push it further than it is now, make it not just a local business but also an international business, making my country known, not just by its history and beaches but also the talent that it holds.

Why did you choose RAC? I read through some of the former student's experiences and comments on the website and wanted to experience it on my own. I felt I had a better chance of achieving my goal if I studied at Recording Arts Canada.

Why did you choose to study in Toronto/Canada? I had never visited Canada. I saw it as an opportunity to broaden my horizon. I was intrigued with the idea of living and studying in Toronto.

Did you apply to Citizenship and Immigration Canada on your own or did you use an immigration consultant/lawyer? I applied on my own.

What was the biggest challenge when preparing to study in a foreign country? Getting set up. Finding a temporary home that was close to the school, also convenient and affordable. The school staff really helped me.

Where you allowed to work while studying at RAC? Yes, I could have worked while studying, however, I did not.

What recommendations do you have for an international student wanting to study audio in a foreign country? If it's really what you want to do, go for it.

How did RAC help you? RAC gave me a much better understanding of the process and signal flow of music recording. 

Did you feel welcome in Toronto and what do you think of the city? I enjoyed being in Toronto. It was welcoming and comfortable, like a second home.

Would you consider providing direct feedback to someone from Turks & Caicos considering RAC? Yes, I would highly recommend it. It was a great experience.

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Recording Arts Canada is a sound and music production college with campuses in downtown Montreal and Toronto. We're registered by Ontario's Ministry of Colleges and Universities and by Quebec's Ministry of Education and Higher Education. Canadian students qualify to apply for financial aid, and international students qualify to apply for post-study work permits.

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