Where to go for Physics/Aerospace/nanotech Engin.?

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Subject: Where to go for Physics/Aerospace/nanotech Engin.?
Hey, Just wondering what univ to go to in Canada to go for either aerospace/physics engineering. I applied for york and UofT on ouac, but after reading on york, I really dont wanna go there if they dont have any accrediting. I would like to stay a ways away from Sask., because I would like to get a little away from home, just for a change. I have high marks, over 95% in chem, physics, and math, and prob calculus once I take it. Over 90´s in english/history. Average of around 90-95 altogether. Here are a few other univ. I´m looking at now. Waterloo (nanotech), UofT (aerospace) UBC (little further down, but looking at physics) Ryerson (further down yet, for aerospace) I was applying for york for space engin, but after reading on here I guess that is out, there goes the money down the drain for ouac... Anyways, any other univ out there in ont/bc that anyone would reccomend?
[22-01-2006,02:52]
DWillms
(in reply to: Where to go for Physics/Aerospace/nanotech Engin.?)
McMaster and Queen´s has the only Engineering Physics program in Ontario (not sure about the national level). Both are excellent choices. UofT´s Engineering Physics is only a stream within Engineering Science.
[22-01-2006,15:38]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Where to go for Physics/Aerospace/nanotech Engin.?)
BTW, Ryerson is pretty good for Aerospace Engineering too. In fact, I think it´s the only thing it´s known for aside from journalism.
[22-01-2006,15:39]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Where to go for Physics/Aerospace/nanotech Engin.?)
Well I am only in grade 12, and considering calculus isnt offered until gr 12 2nd semester, I don´t see how going to university is stupid by any means.
[22-01-2006,17:43]
DWillms
(in reply to: Where to go for Physics/Aerospace/nanotech Engin.?)
Oh and just wondering, Is Waterloo´s engineering really the best in the nation?
[22-01-2006,17:48]
DWillms
(in reply to: Where to go for Physics/Aerospace/nanotech Engin.?)
Lmao, you ontario people are really behind.


[22-01-2006,19:10]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Where to go for Physics/Aerospace/nanotech Engin.?)
Lmao, Quebec continues its downward slide.
[22-01-2006,20:19]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Where to go for Physics/Aerospace/nanotech Engin.?)
Ontario is behind? I´m almost done calculus and so far I´m getting a 96.

Anyways, Waterloo isn´t the best when it comes to other engineering disciplines. Waterloo´s best engineering disciplines are ECE. I don´t know how the others rank. Although they are still good, they do not compare to certain universities such as UofT.

It won´t be too important later on. The most important thing is that you do co-op over the summer of whichever university you´re going to. It´s the experience that counts in engineering.

[22-01-2006,21:29]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Where to go for Physics/Aerospace/nanotech Engin.?)
Actually I´m from sask, if you would read my post a little more carefully. And we are not really behind, most sask students have to take correspondence calculus 30 because we have 3 maths in grade 12, a30, b30, and c30. We are actually ahead...
[22-01-2006,22:17]
DWillms
(in reply to: Where to go for Physics/Aerospace/nanotech Engin.?)
I heard Ryerson is pretty good for Aerospace Engineering also. But if you want the most well-known or best Aerospace Engineering program, Carleton is known for that. Lots of my buddies went their for it, but it´s super hard from what I have heard.
[23-01-2006,01:12]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Where to go for Physics/Aerospace/nanotech Engin.?)
Youre ahead of nothing you fools.


[23-01-2006,14:45]
Anonymous



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