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Hey, im sketchy about whether i want to go into accounting or not, but im leaning towards it, so do you guys think that afm-fm at waterloo is a good option over schulich, rotman, and laurier bba? im iffy about accounting because high school accounting was reallllly boring
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i would either go to schulich or laurier.

are you going to be commuting? how do you like the campuses?

what other factors are you looking for?
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i live in the peel region so if its schulich im probably going to commute, laurier and waterloo i would be on res, and i realllly want res loll, i wana have alot of fun, butt i neeed a pro co-op term which is pulling me to waterloo, since laurier is like 30% co-op
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@apark17 wrote
i would either go to schulich or laurier.


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Waterloo is good for accounting and finance, but Schulich and Laurier allow more leeway. Since you said accounting doesn't overly interest you, I would go to Schulich or Laurier as there are better alternatives at these schools.
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@NuEra wrote
i live in the peel region so if its schulich im probably going to commute, laurier and waterloo i would be on res, and i realllly want res loll, i wana have alot of fun, butt i neeed a pro co-op term which is pulling me to waterloo, since laurier is like 30% co-op



i doubt its 30%? if you want to keep your options open go to laurier, you'll have mad parties along with good lookin girls.
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@apark17 wrote

@NuEra wrote
i live in the peel region so if its schulich im probably going to commute, laurier and waterloo i would be on res, and i realllly want res loll, i wana have alot of fun, butt i neeed a pro co-op term which is pulling me to waterloo, since laurier is like 30% co-op



i doubt its 30%? if you want to keep your options open go to laurier, you'll have mad parties along with good lookin girls.


The co-op placement is 97% (all SBE so includes DD), but the number of people who get co-op isn't that high, I think a little over 30%.
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@johnnycanuck wrote

@apark17 wrote

@NuEra wrote
i live in the peel region so if its schulich im probably going to commute, laurier and waterloo i would be on res, and i realllly want res loll, i wana have alot of fun, butt i neeed a pro co-op term which is pulling me to waterloo, since laurier is like 30% co-op



i doubt its 30%? if you want to keep your options open go to laurier, you'll have mad parties along with good lookin girls.


The co-op placement is 97% (all SBE so includes DD), but the number of people who get co-op isn't that high, I think a little over 30%.



johnny what is the difference between placement and the people who get it?
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He means that 30% of the people get the co-op and once you are in co-op the placement rate is 97%.
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