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Hey,
After first year, where do most transfer students go? Is it simple to transfer to, say Sauder, or desautels? ivey, queens, laurier, etc.

For some university the courses don't match etc.. So I was wondering which would be the easiest (all requirements almost match, etc..)

I'd like to do Marketing/ Accounting or Marketing/ HR if that helps.


Any transfer students from other universities, your input would be appreciated
Thanks,
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You finaly decided, did you?

Ivey is fairly easy to transfer to, alhough it is difficult to get in (need AT LEAST an 80 plus ECs etc.) There was a link posted in the Q&A With an Ivey Recruiter thread that showed what courses you need to take to transfer (it's basically the equivalent of their Business 2257 (I think that's the #?) course that AEOs take at Western, and sometimes you need to take 2 courses at your school or w/e.

I think Laurier is fairly transfer-friendly, although it's not really easy to get in (none of these schools will be).

I don't really know about the others. I'd suggest looking at the how to ransfer on the websites and then the undergraduate calendars for the schools and for Ryerson.
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@g93 wrote
You finaly decided, did you?

Ivey is fairly easy to transfer to, alhough it is difficult to get in (need AT LEAST an 80 plus ECs etc.) There was a link posted in the Q&A With an Ivey Recruiter thread that showed what courses you need to take to transfer (it's basically the equivalent of their Business 2257 (I think that's the #?) course that AEOs take at Western, and sometimes you need to take 2 courses at your school or w/e.

I think Laurier is fairly transfer-friendly, although it's not really easy to get in (none of these schools will be).

I don't really know about the others. I'd suggest looking at the how to ransfer on the websites and then the undergraduate calendars for the schools and for Ryerson.




Thanks man,
I plan to go to ryerson, maybe transfering depending on how first year goes.
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Good luck, and like the sig ;)
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@g93 wrote
Good luck, and like the sig ;)


I also like it even though they're no Toronto Maple Leafs ;)
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@Username81 wrote

@g93 wrote
Good luck, and like the sig ;)


I also like it even though they're no Toronto Maple Leafs ;)


Agreed
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@Username81 wrote

@g93 wrote
Good luck, and like the sig ;)


I also like it even though they're no Toronto Maple Leafs ;)



Though I don't really like the sig ('Nucks fans are arrogant and self-absorbed and have a major inferiority complex with Toronto, no offense OP!), I do agree with the second half of your statement :cheers:
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