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Hey guys ! Need advice on UTSC Neuroscience. If I apply to UTSC neuroscience co op, and I dont get accepted into that, would they automatically consider me for neuroscience non coop. Cuz on OUAC it shows co op and non co op as two seperate options. Does that mean I have to apply to both?

Or can I apply to only the co op option and then also get into non co op from that??

Thanks for your answers, in advance :)
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If you get accepted to coop, then you're fine for no coop. But it doesn't work the other way around, usually.
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@eagerbeaver2010 wrote
Hey guys ! Need advice on UTSC Neuroscience. If I apply to UTSC neuroscience co op, and I dont get accepted into that, would they automatically consider me for neuroscience non coop. Cuz on OUAC it shows co op and non co op as two seperate options. Does that mean I have to apply to both?

Or can I apply to only the co op option and then also get into non co op from that??

Thanks for your answers, in advance :)




Apply for the co-op 'stream'. If they don't accept you for co-op, they'll give you an offer for the non-co op program.
GL.

& merry xmas.
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Can someone explain the advantages of going co-op rather than non co-op?
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@academicgirl wrote
Can someone explain the advantages of going co-op rather than non co-op?



co-op basically gives you some work experience during a specific term while non-coop is the normal program where you're studying all terms.
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@academicgirl wrote
Can someone explain the advantages of going co-op rather than non co-op?



and also Co-op programs require a higher average then non co-op programs (even if they are the same.. in this case, neuroscience co-op and non co-op)
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