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Better business school- Ryerson, Dalhousie or U of Calgary?

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Which of these universities has the best business school for the undergraduate level: Ryerson(Toronto), Dalhousie(Halifax) or U of Calgary(Calgary)?

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@Sean19 wrote
Which of these universities has the best business school for the undergraduate level: Ryerson(Toronto), Dalhousie(Halifax) or U of Calgary(Calgary)?

Thanks.



Dal offers very unique programs like environmental management. UofC gets great exposure to recruiting from calgary-based investment banks and oil companies. Ryerson shares its building with Canadian Tire.

I'd go with UofC unless you're looking for a specific program that's only offered by Dal.
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I can't speak for the other universities (although I've personally competed against Dalhousie...awesome people!) but the student group life at Ryerson is pretty strong, which is what attracted me for my major - Entrepreneurship.

It depends on your goals to be honest, but all three schools are great choices.
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At this time I would be deciding between Ryerson and Calgary. Calgary is great for oil/energy recruitment as well as other local firms. Ryerson is good because is downtown Toronto and you can network like crazy. Additionally, the school is on track to becoming very good in the future, but right now it is ok.
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All three answers have been good. These three cities are quite different from each other, and are very far apart. Take into consideration the strengths of these programs, but also take into mind where you are going to be living. If you'd prefer to stay in Toronto and would like to work there immediately upon graduation, and possibly get internships there in the summer, Ryerson is for you. If you don't really care where you go and just want a fun university experience and a good job look more into the programs and what their strengths are and just decide which one feels best.
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