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How can people know that you are from UTSC/UTM instead of UTSG?

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say if you study economics?
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What "people" are you talking about?
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They don't lol.

Doesn't matter what campus you attend, in the end of the day you're still going to U of T and will graduate with a degree from U of T.


It doesn't specify on your degree what campus you went to.

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Are you sure it doesn't say on your degree? I heard that it does.
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No it doesnt show on the degree which campus you graduated from.

I got accepted to UTM for Social sciences....still deciding :/
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UTSCs economics program is weak. A few years ago, the specialist in econ was discontinued and replaced by a major. The only way you can truly do an econ degree is through the management program (management and econ) and it costs a ton (deregulated fees of nearly $12,000 a year for 3 years + $6000 first year). Another way UTSC tries to scam new students who don't know any better. UTSGs econ program is much better, more well-known, and of better quality. Try to get into there, you'll love the downtown atmosphere.
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@Johnk101 wrote
UTSCs economics program is weak. A few years ago, the specialist in econ was discontinued and replaced by a major. The only way you can truly do an econ degree is through the management program (management and econ) and it costs a ton (deregulated fees of nearly $12,000 a year for 3 years + $6000 first year). Another way UTSC tries to scam new students who don't know any better. UTSGs econ program is much better, more well-known, and of better quality. Try to get into there, you'll love the downtown atmosphere.



I applied to UTSG too but like recently. And you think the program at UTM for economics is not that good either?
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@Yolo30 wrote

@Johnk101 wrote
UTSCs economics program is weak. A few years ago, the specialist in econ was discontinued and replaced by a major. The only way you can truly do an econ degree is through the management program (management and econ) and it costs a ton (deregulated fees of nearly $12,000 a year for 3 years + $6000 first year). Another way UTSC tries to scam new students who don't know any better. UTSGs econ program is much better, more well-known, and of better quality. Try to get into there, you'll love the downtown atmosphere.



I applied to UTSG too but like recently. And you think the program at UTM for economics is not that good either?



UTM isn't bad, better than UTSC but not as great as UTSG. They have a good internship program for econ, but if I'm not mistaken, their program is Management and econ, not just econ which is the same as UTSCs and costs much more. UTSG is your best bet.
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