Uvic vs York (Economics prog. Hons)

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Subject: Uvic vs York (Economics prog. Hons)
Which university is better for the economics program for an international student.
Please let me know.....

[17-06-2005,15:43]
Jas
(in reply to: Uvic vs York (Economics prog. Hons))
Waterloo would be a better place for ya! Trust me :)
[17-06-2005,16:10]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Uvic vs York (Economics prog. Hons))
waterloo for economics????? Are you crazy?????


These are the top schools for a BA or BBA/BComm in Economics in all of Canada:-

1. Queens (great profs and one of the oldest in Canada)
2. York (amazing structure and ability for a interdiciplinary angle of economics, and also the largest program in Canada)
3. Western (second largest program in Canada and known for their public policy economics)
4. Simon Fraser (high entrance level and alot of students and profs are afilliated)
5. Laurier (small classes)

[17-06-2005,19:13]
Rankings for Economics
(in reply to: Uvic vs York (Economics prog. Hons))
The best for economics is U of T, UBC, U de M and Queens.

The poster above me is on crack.


[17-06-2005,21:27]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Uvic vs York (Economics prog. Hons))
The best place for econ is waterloo, the poster above me enjoys eating poop
[17-06-2005,21:47]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Uvic vs York (Economics prog. Hons))
instead of helping you people are trying to just trying your best make your point sound strong????
Forums are meant for discussion not for crap like "the poster above me is on crack"....
just help guys....
act mature and understanding....
so help out whosoever ask questions

[18-06-2005,00:59]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Uvic vs York (Economics prog. Hons))
yeah, UVic is cool,man. lotsa trippy weed and all-nighters getting ripped on the beach...come on over, dudde and party on...
[18-06-2005,15:26]
ziggy
(in reply to: Uvic vs York (Economics prog. Hons))
THe guy who wrote the second post is definitely on crack; I mean look at how he writes. His arguments make no sense whatsoever. In fact, it is as if he was "on crack" while he wrote the message. He says that Simon Fraser profs are "affiliated", wth??


[18-06-2005,15:36]
Anonymous



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