Mech Eng..!

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Subject: Mech Eng..!
Hi Everyone,
I have applied to the universities here under for B.Tech

1. University of Waterloo ( Mechanical Engineering)
2. University of Toronto ( Aerospace Engineering)
3. McMaster University ( Mechanical Engineering)
4. Carleton University ( Aerospace Engineering)

Guys, I have got admit for McMaster and Carleton. I have positive replies from Waterloo. Please suggest me where to go?

In anticipation of your reply

Rahim Lakhani.

[03-05-2006,01:07]
Rahim
(in reply to: Mech Eng..!)
if aerospace is what you really want to do, i would highly suggest carleton or UofT.

carleton is excellent for aerospace (although the overall reputation is not that great, the reputation of aerospace is good).

UofT´s eng sci is the most rigorous engineering cirriculum in canada. beware.

[03-05-2006,01:26]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Mech Eng..!)
how is UBC for Mech and Eng Sc?
[03-05-2006,02:30]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Mech Eng..!)
Have you applied to Brandon University? In the area you are inquiring about, Brandon has by far the best program in North America!
[03-05-2006,04:43]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Mech Eng..!)
I agree; Brandon´s program is really good. However, it is really challanging to get into.
[03-05-2006,04:43]
Anonymous
Mech Eng..! (in reply to: Mech Eng..!)
Thnx for the replies...how is engg @ mcmaster and waterloo...i mean mechanicals

pls reply

Rahim

[03-05-2006,05:05]
Rahim
(in reply to: Mech Eng..!)
hey rahim, y dont u add me, i can help you out with ur decision.
[03-05-2006,07:51]
haris
(in reply to: Mech Eng..!)
Of those schools on your list, McMaster is the only one offering a BTech.
[03-05-2006,15:03]
anonymous
(in reply to: Mech Eng..!)
what´s B.Tech? the same as B.ASc and B.Eng?
[03-05-2006,15:37]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Mech Eng..!)
There is some article about it here:

http://www.eng.mcmaster.ca/news/newsitems/btech.htm

[03-05-2006,17:53]
anonymous
(in reply to: Mech Eng..!)
so i guess it´s not a professional degree
[03-05-2006,18:41]
Anonymous
Mech Eng..! (in reply to: Mech Eng..!)
Hi,
Ya B.Tech here is same as Bachelor of Applied Sciences. I raise a doubt here. Only McMaster offers B.Tech but others offer B.Tech recognising as B.ASc or B.Eng. Now, I have already got into McMaster with a 2000$ Dean Scholarship. But, I feel Waterloo is a better university for Mechanical Engineeering according to Maclean´s Ranking. Suggest me here dude!!

Rahim

[04-05-2006,03:55]
Rahim



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