mcgill vs concordia

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Subject: mcgill vs concordia
i am currently finishing my undergrad at virginia commonwealth university, which has an impressive art school (1st in the nation in sculpture!). i am currently planning for grad school as an art history major and would really like to study in montreal. i was just wondering which is the better school? which is more prestigious? which would be better for my field?
[26-05-2005,18:35]
samantha
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Everyone will say Mcgill.


[26-05-2005,23:07]
Anonymous
(in reply to: mcgill vs concordia)
mcgill YEAHHHHH!!!!!!!!! concordia is an airplane!!!!!!!!!!!!!
[27-05-2005,00:14]
Anonymous
(in reply to: mcgill vs concordia)
yes, concordia is an airplane.

(The maturity levels on these boards are astonishing.)


[27-05-2005,11:16]
Anonymous
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Most of these respondents only serve to reinforce an impression of Canadian undergrads as idiots!

To the writer of this thread: Concordia has an astonishly good Fine Arts Faculty. If you do your homework and sound out those in the know, the prevailing view is that it is possibly the best in the country and certainly up there with the best internationally. Some of its programs are twinned with top-notch art schools (eg. textiles with Goldsmiths College, University of London), others with instititutions like Bauhaus Universitiet in Germany and Glasgow School of Art. My advice is to think for yourself, do your own research and speak to artists and fine arts academics, then make up your own mind. Good luck!

[28-05-2005,08:53]
anon
thank you (in reply to: mcgill vs concordia)
thank you very much anon <3
[28-05-2005,13:16]
Anonymous
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Concordia is the best for the arts. This is common knowledge in Montreal. Do not be fooled by the attractiveness of the Mcgill campus.


[29-05-2005,00:00]
Anonymous



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