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Languages at York-Glendon?

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I was recently accepted to Waterloo and the York Glendon campus for French Studies (and I plan on doing other languages too) but I'm stuck between both universities. I think Glendon would be a better choice because it is a bilingual campus and I would have the opportunity to practice speaking languages with other students but Waterloo also has a wide variety of language courses too.
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I would recommend Glendon. My neighbour went there, and she said that best thing was not only the small campus (which lead to a more personal-feeling experience) but that during the summer Air Canada usually employs Glendon students, because it is recognised as bilingual. So you have a job, a beautiful campus AND you can take courses at York as well
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Thanks for the info! I really appreciate your input and it is really helpful that I'll be able to take courses between both campuses. I think I am going to accept Glendon's offer :) Thanks again!
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@TWilliams wrote
Thanks for the info! I really appreciate your input and it is really helpful that I'll be able to take courses between both campuses. I think I am going to accept Glendon's offer :) Thanks again!



I definitely agree, Glendon will give you a full bilingual experience and help your French develop more. I also applied there for iBA History :)

When did you get your offer of admission?
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@heylooklisten wrote

@TWilliams wrote
Thanks for the info! I really appreciate your input and it is really helpful that I'll be able to take courses between both campuses. I think I am going to accept Glendon's offer :) Thanks again!



I definitely agree, Glendon will give you a full bilingual experience and help your French develop more. I also applied there for iBA History :)

When did you get your offer of admission?




I got my offer some time in January
(sorry I took so long to reply)
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@TWilliams wrote
I was recently accepted to Waterloo and the York Glendon campus for French Studies (and I plan on doing other languages too) but I'm stuck between both universities. I think Glendon would be a better choice because it is a bilingual campus and I would have the opportunity to practice speaking languages with other students but Waterloo also has a wide variety of language courses too.





Glendon, smaller campus. Better known.
You can take courses on the York Keele Campus as well.
You graduate with a bilingual degree.
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@shimmerbronze wrote

@TWilliams wrote
I was recently accepted to Waterloo and the York Glendon campus for French Studies (and I plan on doing other languages too) but I'm stuck between both universities. I think Glendon would be a ...





Glendon, smaller campus. Better known.
You can take courses on the York Keele Campus as well.
You graduate with a bilingual degree.




I think that I would be more comforatble studying at a smaller campus anyway,
Thanks for the info!
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