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Hey guys I got accepted into both of these programs and am having difficulty deciding which to choose. I want to go into finance after school, but I want to go to graduate school first. The thing is I want to do graduate school in the States (preferably the ivy league) and yes I know that is very difficult but its my dream. So what school do you guys feel is better suited for a high GPA and atmosphere for business for someone looking to get an MBA degree after?
Ps. I want to work in New York after I'm done school.
My top choice of school does not offer a bilingual degree or any sort of certification, but it gives me french training and learning. Once I finish university at that school, how can i get my bilingual certification or any sort of bilingual degree without having to go back to school for another 4 years?
My grade 11 average is 93,
92 in math
92 in chem
91 in english
95 in physics
95 in social
As for grade 12
I have 81 in pre calc
81 in english
Physics, Calculus and Chem are yet to be determined because I dropped the courses in highschool considering that the admissions office only looks at first grade attempts for any course
Now I am going to do these courses officially for the first time elsewhere in the fall, which is when I would expect to apply to the U of T through Ouac.
Do I still have a shot at this program?
I also would like to ask, is Laurentian University's Bachelor's of Mining Engineering a good program as well? I am asking this mainly because it would be my second choice to the U of T, but it could arguably contend to be my first depending on some of the answers I receive.
Hi everybody, I wanted to know if it is possible for an international student to study medicine (undergraduate program) in Canada or the USA. The thing is that in both countries I would only have a student visa. Plus, any information related to this will be very useful. Thank you all very much
hi im a grade 12 student and i was curious about the difference between the two doctoral degrees geared towards in the field of engineering. Some sources cite the D.eng as a higher doctrate in engineering in U.K.