UofT or Lakehead?

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Subject: UofT or Lakehead?
Which one? Unfortunately I got rejected by my first choice, McGill.

So I have to decide between these two unis. What a bad situation!

[20-05-2006,19:14]
Anonymous
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Lakehead is your first choice, you can always fall back on UofT, a university that accepts 90.12% of its students according to Maclean´s
[20-05-2006,19:38]
Anonymous
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THERE ISN´T REALLY ANY CONTEST. PICK YORK!!!
[20-05-2006,19:38]
Anonymous
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Schulich MBA World Rankings
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?? The Economist Intelligence Unit 2004:
#22 in Worldwide MBA Rankings
#1 in Canada

?? Financial Times of London 2005:
#22 in Worldwide MBA Rankings

?? Wall Street Journal 2004:
#14 Among Worldwide Business Schools
#1 in Canada

?? World Resources/Aspen Institute 2003:
One of the 6 "Cutting Edge"
Business Schools in the World

?? Forbes Magazine 2005 August
#1 in Canada In the latest World standings
#3 in the World Among MBA Programs
Outside the US

Schulich pwns Rotman

http://www.forbes.com/2005/08/16/best-business-schools-list-cz_05mba_land.html
^UofT doens?t even make the cut

http://rankings.ft.com/rankings/mba/rankings.html

[20-05-2006,19:41]
Anonymous
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Yeah, I think so. Since both UofT and Lakehead have almost no competition at all, and since everyone can easily enter, it really doesn´t matter I guess.

Hmm, maybe I should apply again next year and try my chance once more for McGill. If not, I dunno what to do.

[20-05-2006,21:11]
Anonymous
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Go to Tuk-U!!

http://www.tuk-u.com/

[20-05-2006,22:14]
Anonymous
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A person dumb enough to ask such a question can only survive in Lakehead.
[20-05-2006,23:36]
Anonymous
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A person to say the above sentence can only be a UofT student.
[21-05-2006,00:01]
Anonymous
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^ Terrible grammar! Clearly, you are a McGill student! ^
[21-05-2006,00:29]
Anonymous
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You shouldn´t talk. After all, you don´t know the difference between "your" and "you´re" after being corrected multiple times.
[21-05-2006,02:56]
Anonymous
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UofT is obligated to accept the qualified applicants as it has an agreement between the Government of Ontario and the University. A bachelor degree is a basic education nowadays. Except the professional schools like med or eng, UofT just admits average students from Ontario. Of course there are some smart kids in the life sciences programs in the Fauclty of Arts and Science (except UTM and UTSC).

Well, if you really want to have some very outstanding and smart students around you, Queen?s University is the only choice. The students there mostly from wealthy or middle class families with good and outsanding academic performance and extracurricular activities. That is why some graduates from Queen?s with a lousy and crappy degrees can work in the finance field in Toronto. And some of them have promoted to IB too.

In a global perspective, the rep of UofT is higher than Queen?s.

This is my opinion only and you may have a difference experience on that issue. I hope this information can help.

[21-05-2006,02:57]
Anonymous



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