Canada's Version of the Ivy League schools.

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Subject: Canada's Version of the Ivy League schools.
Canada´s version of the Ivy League schools.

All schools are over 100 years old and have an ivy league look & feel to their campuses, and most of their undergraduate and graduate programs can be considered top 10. (eg. Medicine, Law, Engineering, Business, Arts & Sciences)

McGill = Harvard (founded by some rich guy in a very old N. American city, most diverse provincial/state & international student body)

UofT = Columbia (Located in Banking/Finance capital)

Queens = Cornell (In a small town, not as famous as the two above, but has more school spirit than the two above)

Western = Brown (One of the lesser known Ivys with less prestige than the three above)

[18-10-2006,07:15]
Anonymous
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don´t agree to above
[18-10-2006,07:20]
Anonymous
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You little kids are too obsessed with this stuff. Why dont you study more and post less and perhaps one day you will study in one of these real ivy league schools.


[18-10-2006,09:05]
Anonymous
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Molson = Wharton
[18-10-2006,12:24]
Anonymous
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"You little kids are too obsessed with this stuff. Why dont you study more and post less and perhaps one day you will study in one of these real ivy league schools."

FUCK, WELL SAID! NO ONE ON HERE SEEMS TO CARE ABOUT LEARNING ANYTHING... ITS ALL RANKINGS THIS, AND RANKINGS THAT... FUCK, GO BUY A COPY OF MCCLEANS AND JACK OFF TO IT

[18-10-2006,18:42]
DR TRUTH
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1. Harvard doesn´t have the most diverse student body
2. Mass. isn´t the most diverse state.

Harvard is extremely rich and a research powerhouse. The only University in Canada that resembles this is UofT. Sorry.

[18-10-2006,21:19]
Anonymous
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there are many universities in the states who have lots of money and do lots of research. the difference is that harvard is harvard. meaning it´s the biggest brand name. UofT has no such reputation or name. Only McGill does, and it has the endowment, research funding and research intensity per faculty member to boot. No wonder McGill is called the Harvard of the North.
[18-10-2006,21:57]
Anonymous
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You two are really dumb.

"Mcgill is the best?

"UoFt is the best"

Youre both little babies.


[19-10-2006,02:01]
Anonymous
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Harvard is extremely rich and a research powerhouse. The only University in Canada that resembles this is UofT.

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!

[20-10-2006,05:42]
Anonymous
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LIKE THE MAN SAID, WHY DON´T YOU WANKERS STUDY AND POST LESS! TWATS! RANKINGS, MINE IS BIGGER THAN YOURS, FUCKING TOSSERS!!
[20-10-2006,12:07]
Anonymous
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Idiot.

Harvard was not founded by a rich guy. Harvard was founded by John Harvard, a Baptist minister who donated some books to start what later became known as Harvard University.

[20-10-2006,19:10]
Anonymous
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Each school, whether in the US or Canada, is good at a certain thing. No school is perfect. Not to sound overly cliche but really, education is what you make of it. The only people who should be concerned with brand names of schools are those planning to rely on those names. I agree, just study. As long as your school has a good program for you . . .go with it.
[05-11-2008,00:33]
Brenna



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