Hi =D I've applied and been accepted to both of the following programs and am having difficulty decided which university to choose. I loved McMaster, but I found I'm really concentrated/love biomedical science, which Mac doesn't offer as a major. And Guelph is economically benefical for me. My goal is to become a doctor. I would appreciate and thank all advice and suggestions =)
On Schulich's facebook page it says that the last round of acceptances go out today and when I checked my application status it says "No Decision Yet". I got an alternate offer though a while ago, but when I called to ask if I got rejected they said wait until the 28th and you will have a response. Anyone else having this problem too.??
so today is the deadline for offers, and I applied to Guelph like 10 days ago, but haven't heard anything. My average was above the cut off I believe too. Anyways can anyone tell me where I can check if I have been rejected?
I got a defferal from waterloo cs to waterloo math non coop. After talking to so many people I have decided to take this offer over utsg. Waterloo's name means a lot in this world thats what I have heard. Good or bad choice.
<p> I've been accepted to Queen's Arts, and Western Social Science & BMOs program. The deadline is coming up soon and I have no idea where I want to go. I am planning to major in economics. Which school has a better program? Are Western classes a lot bigger compared to Queen's? Does Queen's have a better reputation that will open more job opportunities in the future? The slight advantage Western has is I have better odds to get into Ivey if that is what I decide to do for 3rd year. </p><p> </p><p>I like both campuses, and can see myself at both schools. Other factors are my girlfriend is going to Queen's and one of my best friends is going to Western (I know that isn't a deciding factor but I figured the more you know the better advice can be given). I will also be playing varsity soccer for both schools. </p><p> </p><p>Overall both schools offer a lot and I don't know what would be better for me so if anyone has any advice or opinions I would really appreciate the help. Thanks!</p>
I went to Queen's for electrical engineering, and graduated two years ago and am now thinking of studying for my actuarial exams. I did well in school, especially in statistics, but was still wondering if anyone here has written one of the exams, or is also thinking about going down that career path.
I've heard they're very challenging exams, so before I sign up for a course, i thought I'd ask here. Thank you
I have been accepted to both McMaster and Queen's for engineering, however, I can't decide between the two. I do not know which engineering discipline I want to pursue, so the general first year is good for me. Which school is better based on the program, reputation, campus and uni life?
Hey guys! I received an offer from Ryerson nursing but have been waitlisted for Queens. They said I can expect to hear back no later than June 15, however I need to accept an offer and pay my tuition deposit by June 1st. I was wondering if I accept my Ryerson offer and pay the $600 tuition deposit, will that money transfer over to Queens later if they accept me?
Hello everyone, I am in high school right now but I'm going to university for Psychology and later on I'll be doing my masters and PhD. But I was wondering if the universities I have in mind are worth it, or if I should pick a different set so I don't get a bad start. I also did not take a physics course, but I do take biology and chemistry.
-University of Ottawa
-University of Waterloo
-University of Western Ontario
-University of Toronto
I don't think I will apply to them all but I was wondering which ones are better and offer good scholarships, grants and such?
What are the best things to major in (science related) so that i don't end up with a degree and jobless? I know a guy who got a biology degree and is now regretting it. I'm going into Life Science which i know is pretty bad too