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UBC Commerce VS Rotman Commerce

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I'm a tranfer student looking into getting year 2. I'm not too worried about my grades- I should hit a 90% average (keep in mind this is NOT high school average) by the end of this semester.

The only thing that's holding me back is no co-op at Rotman.. I need to get that experience so I'm not jobless when I grad.

I can't decide. Ultimately I just want the best route to get the highest GPA while still landing a job. I know the "too many asians" theory already, but UBC is pretty full of them as well. Toronto is a lot funner than Vancouver, though.
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I'm pretty sure there's internships at UT, but really sorry, I don't know the difference between CO-OP and internship.

I'm from Van, and I can guarantee you that Sauder is gonna be filled with Asians. Rumour has it that people in Sauder are real dcks if you know what i mean.
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@WD50 wrote
I'm from Van, and I can guarantee you that Sauder is gonna be filled with Asians. Rumour has it that people in Sauder are real dcks if you know what i mean.



wooohooo.. Vancouverites uniteee..
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Yeppp, I agree.. I've heard that Sauder students are full of themselves.
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@cyynthiia wrote

@WD50 wrote
I'm from Van, and I can guarantee you that Sauder is gonna be filled with Asians. Rumour has it that people in Sauder are real dcks if you know what i mean.



wooohooo.. Vancouverites uniteee..
+1
:bball:
Yeppp, I agree.. I've heard that Sauder students are full of themselves.



Yes, that's true. They view everyone else as their "competition" and don't like to help you. I have some family friends who go to Sauder and I just asked them for some input on my Supplemental seeing that they got in.. and of course they don't.


@WD50 wrote
I'm pretty sure there's internships at UT, but really sorry, I don't know the difference between CO-OP and internship.




Co-op = shorter work terms, easier to get... only need 70%+ average. Usually goes for a semester.
Internship = much longer work terms (1 year usually), some of them are much harder to get in because they don't take many students (like UBC's PMF), higher pay.
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