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Hey guys!So I was wondering if I can get a little input as to which business programs are best in terms of offering co-op positions and giving the fastest route for me to get my CA designation. Appreciate the help guys! :)
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Waterloo- Math/Chartered Accountancy
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Just get a PHD in math and become a quant. You'll enjoy your 200k salary.
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@rightsaidfred wrote
Just get a PHD in math and become a quant. You'll enjoy your 200k salary.


You make it sound so easy, lol
Also, OP is asking about becoming a CA, not a quant :P
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1. Waterloo AFM (or Math/CA if that interests you)

2. Laurier BBA (note co-op not guaranteed)

3. Brock BAcc

4. Carleton BComm/UOttawa Telfer (can't remember if it's a BBA/BComm)

5. Laurier Honours Economics (note this is economics, and also co-op not guaranteed)

6. Other programs such as Guelph BComm, anything else with co-op

Programs without co-op: Schulich, Queen's, Rotman, McMaster, UTSC, UTM, Western/Ivey,anything else
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Listen to that guy ^

I'd also throw DD in with Laurier BBA, as it guarantees co-op. I know numerous 2nd year DD who have co-ops with big 4 firms.
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