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Subject: engineering
got accepted in UBC, Concordia, U of T, McGill for engineering. Which should I choose? anything will help.
[08-10-2006,15:02]
Anonymous
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I mean, which is better not only in terms of academics, but also social, party?
[08-10-2006,15:04]
Anonymous
(in reply to: engineering)
i wo9uld say go to UBC, they produce good engineers
[08-10-2006,18:43]
Anonymous
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Where would you rather live? Vancouver, Toronto or Montreal?
[08-10-2006,19:08]
Anonymous
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UBC is the place to be
[08-10-2006,19:34]
Anonymous
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UBC is allegedly the easiest of the engineering schools you mentioned. Good undergrad experience there too, as long as you aren´t an asian-hater. UofT engineering isn´t good if you want a social life. Concordian students say they have better engineering than McGill but McGill has a better name than Concordia.
[09-10-2006,00:49]
Anonymous
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i´m sure Concordia has a good engineering program, but i seriously doubt it is better than McGill´s. just my opinion.
[09-10-2006,01:44]
Anonymous
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is UBC the easiest to get in or pass the exams?
[09-10-2006,02:15]
Anonymous
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I want to live in Montreal actually. So it boils down to either McGill or Concordia. McGill has the reputation but i keep hearing their engineering program is very theoretical and isnt very good at all. Concordia I dont know much about it though. But I heard their engineering program offers Co-Op, is very practical and very good even though the university is underrated. Which should I choose? I want the best undergraduate experience. They say u only have 4 years of college, and they are the best. Anything will help.
[10-10-2006,05:57]
Anonymous
(in reply to: engineering)
Co-op is always better than no work experience, right?


[11-10-2006,03:00]
Anonymous
(in reply to: engineering)
But again, McGill has the reputation. I´m so confused and unsure.
[11-10-2006,05:18]
Anonymous
(in reply to: engineering)
Go to McGill. If you chose Concordia, you´ll be surrounded by idiots. Believe it or not, but reputation actually reflects the caliber of a university. Co-op means simply working in an office filing papers and if your lucky, designing a web-site. Do you think co-op means experience? Nobody trusts a student to do engineering. You´d gain the same experience doing some office joe-job.
[11-10-2006,22:57]
Anonymous



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