Which uni's are best for engineering?

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Subject: Which uni's are best for engineering?
I am applying to universities for admission to engineering courses(undergrad). My first preference in engineering programs is Mechanical Engineering.
Also, is Guelph for Engineering too? I think it is primarily for Environmental Engineering/Studies?
I would prefer to apply to uni´s in Ontario, though I am applying to some reputed universities elsewhere in Canada as well.
In light of all above information, which Uni´s do you think will be best for me?

[07-01-2006,21:39]
Grade 12 student
(in reply to: Which uni's are best for engineering?)
we all know the answer to that question.

Water...


[08-01-2006,00:32]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Which uni's are best for engineering?)
...loo.

After that, UofT.

And after that there isn´t much concensus. But I´d recommend McGill over the rest of the ´tario unis.

[08-01-2006,01:04]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Which uni's are best for engineering?)
exactly what the other guys wrote
ontario: waterloo or u of t
elsewhere: mcgill

[08-01-2006,04:04]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Which uni's are best for engineering?)
Concordia Engineering >>> McGill Engineering
[08-01-2006,19:09]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Which uni's are best for engineering?)
This thread talks about mcgill vs concordia with a couple of posts specifically about engineering:

http://www.canada-city.ca/canadian-universities/posting.php?messageid=161

[08-01-2006,20:36]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Which uni's are best for engineering?)
McGill Engineering >>> Guelph Engineering >>> Ryhigh >> York Pork
[08-01-2006,20:44]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Which uni's are best for engineering?)
Don´t be silly, York doesn´t have an engineering program.

[08-01-2006,21:01]
Anonymous
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[09-01-2006,05:06]
Anonymous



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