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Mcmaster and UWO BMOS

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Hey people!!!

I need some advices on these two universities. I got into McMaster's business school and UWO's BMOS. I don't get really good mark on math(MHF:80,MCV:85, MDM:82) I know that I have to study Statistic for two years in McMaster. And I really want to go get a MBA in the future. Therefore, I want to know that which school is more easier and has a good study atmosphere?

Thank you,
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@LLUS wrote
Hey people!!!

I need some advices on these two universities. I got into McMaster's business school and UWO's BMOS. I don't get really good mark on math(MHF:80,MCV:85, MDM:82) I know that I have to study Statistic for two years in McMaster. And I really want to go get a MBA in the future. Therefore, I want to know that which school is more easier and has a good study atmosphere?

Thank you,



BMOS is probably a bit easier. But I'd say McMaster is a better school.

Mind you Western has a better party life and atmosphere. Therefore studying would probably be a bit easier at McMaster lol ;)
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@LLUS wrote
Hey people!!!

I need some advices on these two universities. I got into McMaster's business school and UWO's BMOS. I don't get really good mark on math(MHF:80,MCV:85, MDM:82) I know that I have to study Statistic for two years in McMaster. And I really want to go get a MBA in the future. Therefore, I want to know that which school is more easier and has a good study atmosphere?

Thank you,



BMOS is probably a bit easier. But I'd say McMaster is a better school.

Mind you Western has a better party life and atmosphere. Therefore studying would probably be a bit easier at McMaster lol ;)


Which one are you going? I know that in McMaster's business school, If I fail the level 1, I won't be able to go on to level 2.. I know that they have to take statistic in McMaster which I hate it!!!
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@LLUS wrote

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@LLUS wrote
Hey people!!!

I need some advices on these two universities. I got into McMaster's business school and UWO's BMOS. I don't get really good mark on math(MHF:80,MCV:85, MDM:82) I know that I have to study Statistic for two years in McMaster. And I really want to go get a MBA in the future. Therefore, I want to know that which school is more easier and has a good study atmosphere?

Thank you,



BMOS is probably a bit easier. But I'd say McMaster is a better school.

Mind you Western has a better party life and atmosphere. Therefore studying would probably be a bit easier at McMaster lol ;)


Which one are you going? I know that in McMaster's business school, If I fail the level 1, I won't be able to go on to level 2.. I know that they have to take statistic in McMaster which I hate it!!!


Well I applied for AEO status to Ivey and have not received it yet (doubt I will). But if I had to choose, I'd say McMaster is a bit better as it's totally focused around business. BMOS is more of a social sciency kind of thing combined with business.

Me, however, I'm going to choose Laurier should Queen's and Ivey reject me. But next up would've been McMaster, followed by BMOS.

Lots of people like BMOS but I've heard mixed reviews about JUST BMOS (a lot of people who liked it went on to Ivey so I'm not sure what strictly BMOS students' opinions would be)
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I believe if you are looking to do an MBA afterwards, McMaster would be the better bet. As user*** said, BMOS is sort of a social sciency kind of degree, whereas McMaster is an "actual" business degree.

However, Western and McMaster are both fairly well known, go to Western if u want to have a good time while getting ur degree, McMaster if ur fully set on aiming for that MBA.

Hope this helped!
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