Brock or York?

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Subject: Brock or York?
They sounds like the same but are they really the same in terms of academic quality?
[27-06-2006,04:14]
Anonymous
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york is bad, brock is more bad
[27-06-2006,04:21]
Anonymous
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go to cdi college instead
[27-06-2006,04:42]
Anonymous
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yeah go to CDI or UofT..
[27-06-2006,18:35]
Anonymous
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i would rather say i graduated for brock
[27-06-2006,18:47]
Anonymous
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york has an arts steriotype associated with it. so i mean.. i wouldnt aspire to go to york for comp sci or physics or anything but if you do plan on doing arts than its a decent pick. but then again so is brock, and i would rather say i graduated from a science program fro brock than from york.
[27-06-2006,19:51]
Anonymous
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york is only a good pick if you´re going into business or law... anything else, you will be boarding a train that leads you to a lifetime of unemployment. brock... is really known for nothing really - it´s a pretty weak school, academically speaking.
if you are going into....go to the following schools

business = york/uoft/queens
engineering = waterloo/uoft
science = uoft
agriculture = guelph
math/compsci = waterloo
health science = mcmaster
social science = uoft
arts = ryerson
a degree in umemployment suggestions....go to ...

brock/trent/carleton/laurentian/lakehead/nipissing/windsor

uoit is the only school which will guarentee you a job after graduation a VERY high paying job as i was told

[27-06-2006,20:12]
Anonymous
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"a degree in umemployment suggestions....go to ...
brock/trent/carleton/laurentian/lakehead/nipissing/windsor
uoit is the only school which will guarentee you a job after graduation a VERY high paying job as i was told"

I don´t know where you get your facts from, but you might be interested in knowing Brock boasts the highest employment rate among Ontario Universities.

BTW, if you believe in the uoit job guarantee, then I have a bridge I want to sell you.

[27-06-2006,21:56]
Anonymous
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uoit definately will give you a competitive edge over all the other universities because they said so and that they have laptops
[27-06-2006,22:29]
Anonymous
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arts = ryerson??

wtf?

arts = mcgill/uft. (york for fine arts)

[27-06-2006,23:33]
Anonymous
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i wouldn´t waste 3/4 years at either one. in fact, i´d rather say i don´t have a brock or york degree.
[27-06-2006,23:35]
Anonymous
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uoit is nummer won......nuff sade
[28-06-2006,00:06]
Anonymous
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I have to wonder why people want to get a degree for "employment" reasons when there are excellent paying jobs in Alberta that require only a grade-12 education.

University grads have actually suffered a decline in earnings in recent years while those with lower level of education (i.e grade-12 or less) saw the greatest earnings growth, this according to a report that aired on the national news last night.


[28-06-2006,00:08]
Anonymous
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arts = ryerson ??

Did you mean APPLIED ARTS??

[28-06-2006,05:47]
Anonymous



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