Transfer from Concordia to McGill

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Subject: Transfer from Concordia to McGill
How easy is it to transfer from Concordia to McGill? I read on Mcgill´s website that a B average only is needed to transfer to McGill, but i doubt it could be that easy. Also, are certain faculties easier to transfer into than others? Thanks for the help
[21-04-2006,22:31]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Transfer from Concordia to McGill)
I don´t really know a lot about this. But I guess that the B avarage stuff is just the set criterion. So if you are like soneone who has publications and has a B average, then of course you will get in. But just a B average is definitely not enough.
[21-04-2006,23:59]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Transfer from Concordia to McGill)
heh, i was pretty sure a B average solely isn´t enough (it´s only a 3.3 gpa, it should be pretty easy to get). but around how good should my gpa be if i want to transfer to the faculty of management, and how competitive/how hard is it to transfer to management at mcgill?
[22-04-2006,00:09]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Transfer from Concordia to McGill)
Yeah a 3.3 will get you in. You just need good maths marks and you will be fine. BTW, I suggest you transfer somewhere else because management at Mcgill is really bad.



[22-04-2006,00:31]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Transfer from Concordia to McGill)
That last comment seems to have been written by a McGill reject.

Well, I believe something over 3.6 would be good, but not a guarantee definitely. Above 3.85 would be great, and above 3.9 would definitely get u in.

But again, it depends on your other things like recommendations (if they require) writing samples, etc. So if you have good other parts, and 3.5, then it might be enough. But if other parts are not so excellent, then you might have to have a 3.9 average.

[22-04-2006,01:17]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Transfer from Concordia to McGill)
it should be a B, but i had a friend with a 3.7 who couldn´t get transfer
[22-04-2006,02:05]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Transfer from Concordia to McGill)
well actually i´m not sure it´s a B, seems like it, but yeah friend couldn´t transfer with 3.7
[22-04-2006,03:24]
Anonymous
Isn't John Molson better than McGill? (in reply to: Transfer from Concordia to McGill)
Why transfer from John Molson to McGill´s b-school? Most people in Montreal know John Molson b-school is better than McGill´s b-school. What´s the deal?



[22-04-2006,12:42]
Donald T.
(in reply to: Transfer from Concordia to McGill)
3.9 hahahahaha

SUREEEEE

YOu guys realise that all management courses at Mcgill are offered in teh summer to every University student in Canada?

You people are idiots. Mcgill management courses are much easier than CONCOrdia and the students are dumber too.


[22-04-2006,14:41]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Transfer from Concordia to McGill)
(original poster here) well, i know that concordia apparently has a better business program, but in reality, i just wanna transfer to mcgill because of the reputation. I probably won´t be in montreal after graduation, and most people outside of eastern canada have no idea what the hell concordia is (im from alberta, and here concordia is also the name of a very crappy college in edmonton), so i just wanna keep my options open for jobs outside of eastern canada or possibly jobs in the states.
[22-04-2006,17:03]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Transfer from Concordia to McGill)
Okay, that is a good reason to transfer. I agree that if you are not going to work in Montreal, your concordia degree will not do you any good. IN fact, I think you will find it easier to get a good GPA at Mcgill than Concordia. There is less work and there is massive curving at Mcgill.

Good luck



[22-04-2006,17:39]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Transfer from Concordia to McGill)
A buddy of mine xfered from UfT artsci to McGill artsci with a B average (3.0). He had no problem getting in and McGill gave him 2yrs credit for his 2.5 yrs of classes. I don´t think he ever took a math course in his life but it wasn´t for biz.
[22-04-2006,17:45]
Anonymous



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