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What school matches this criteria?

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* Good business university (tier 1-2)

* Many international students

* Lot's of opportunities

* Commuter school

* Needs high 80, low 90 average to get in




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Schulich, Rotman.....?
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@johnnycanuck wrote
Schulich, Rotman.....?



What's the difference between these two?
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Schulich pretty much fits that to a bill
Rotman as well I suppose but I would say Schulich is the better school.
Though I don't think you can get into Schulich with high 80's unless you have amazing EC's
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@Gucci wrote

@johnnycanuck wrote
Schulich, Rotman.....?



What's the difference between these two?


Rotman is more competitive and has a better international rep, while I would say Schulich is the better school.
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Yeah Schulich at York and Rotman at U of T

Schulich you'll need low 90s
Rotman you can get in with high 80s, but still aim for 90s.

As previously said Rotman is known better internationally
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Yeah Schulich at York and Rotman at U of T

Schulich you'll need low 90s
Rotman you can get in with high 80s, but still aim for 90s.

As previously said Rotman is known better internationally



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What school should I go to if I wanted to be an accountant with a high school average in the low 90's?


Or should I say, which school is the most benificial when trying to become an accountant and why?
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Well, sticking with your previous criteria I would recommend Schulich.

The top schools are generally Waterloo, Schulich, Laurier, Queen's, and even Ivey and Rotman, with Brock getting an honourable mention.

The schools all have their pros and cons. Waterloo for example you can get up to 16 months of experience and you can skip two of the exams, although tuition is crazy.
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