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easiest university in Canada for engineering !!!!!

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Hello,

i really need help im a international student my English isn't that good and i applied to 6 university 

1: Dalhouise 
2:Ottawa 
3: ryerson 
4:Geulph 
5:windsor 
6: lakehead 


i want a university thats really easy in engineering
Thanks  
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Since every program is accredited by the CEAB there's no "easy" university. All of them will have about the same level of difficulty.
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Then what's the ranking for ?
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Out of those 6, Dalhousie and Lakehead should be easy
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Isn't  lakehead more easy?
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Whatever university you're accepted into has no real difference in difficulty. Are some easier to get in? Yes because they have lower admission averages. That just also means a higher failure rate because CEAB has standards on who can graduate based academic performance. There's a whole list of criteria that every graduating student must have met throughout their coursework. Every accredited university has to maintain that level of difficulty or else the accreditation is revoked and the degree is practically meaningless. It's relatively easy to get into engineering, it's a matter of will you graduate no matter where you go.
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It really depends on your definition of "easy"
All engineering programs are hard. If you are not ready for the intense math and sciences courses in first year, do not ever force yourself to get into one. 
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Thanks
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hi kifak 7bb
ma bzon ra7 betla2i uni "sahli" mn na7et el English. I know for fact ano Windsor uni 3andon lower admisssion rate, bas hal shi ma ya3ni ano asshal men na7yat el English. Ba3deen enta lazem el IELTS eza elk b Canada less than 4 snien, soo mtl ma 3m 2ellak. Eshte8el 3al English ta3ak la2n muhem.
Be3tezer 3m ektob heek bas ma 3anadi Arabic keyboard currently. 
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Hala 7bb wallah thanks a lot but like what university is better for me ? Like I don't want to get like fked in the first year you know?
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Lol, "easy" and "engineering." Might as well ask whether it's easier to run around the circumference of the globe or win a Nobel prize, you fool.
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Hey OP, I think if your goal in university is to attend an easy one (maybe so you can get a job easily?, not sure why you'd ask this otherwise), maybe take a look at other options like college for job specific training or a gap year to better understand whether you're ready to make the commitment to an engineering program. Some metrics you could take a look at for the challenge of a university are class hours/week (it'll probably be 25-30 across the board), homework assignments per week, and number of courses you need to take in first year.
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