Globe and Mail Survey

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Subject: Globe and Mail Survey
Since you are all talking about the here are some simple facts:

Reputation from specific area of study
Top 5
Waterloo
Western
McGill
Toronto
Ryerson

Buttom 5
Concordia
Calgary
Manitoba
Ottawa
York

Reputation of University among employers
Top 5
Waterloo
Western
Toronto
McGill
Toronto

Buttom 5
Concordia
Calgary
Manitoba
Quebec
York


[02-11-2006,15:38]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Globe and Mail Survey)
On Campus Recuritment
Top 5
Waterloo
Ryerson
Western
McGill
Ottawa

Button 5
Concordia
Quebec
Toronto
Montreal
York


Employment Prep.
Top 5
Waterloo
Ryerson
Western
Alberta
McGill

Buttom 5
Concordia
UBC
Calgary
Montreal
York


[02-11-2006,15:43]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Globe and Mail Survey)
you kids are retarded! globe and mail survey is so poorly done it´s not even funny..
[02-11-2006,15:50]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Globe and Mail Survey)
^ Is your survey better? I am sorry, but 32000 people cannot be wrong, and the questions being asked are all valid. Whats the problem with the survey. You keep saying there is something wrong, well what is wrong?

Its like me saying York is the worst University in Canada, without telling you what is wrong with it.

Seems you need to grow up and learn to confront the brutal facts!

[02-11-2006,15:58]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Globe and Mail Survey)
In Montreal, Concordia´s John Molson School of Business has a better reputation than McGill´s business school.
[02-11-2006,20:09]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Globe and Mail Survey)
If you, as a University student, can´t figure out what is wrong with the globe and mail survey, then I´d suggest taking a class or two in statistics and maybe a few classes to develop your critical thinking skills.

Asking a non-random sample of first year students to grade things such as, "overall education", "library", "reputation among employers", etc. etc. is laughable. These students have nothing to compare there experience to. For example, a Brock student might think hey, our library is good, i´ll give it an A. 4 years later he/she goes to UofT or Alberta and now Brock is more like a C. Same applies to overal education, etc.

Also, you know there´s a problem when two Universities in the SAME city get completely different grades for "off campus pubs" , etc. . .

lol. why in the world would you ask first year to grade their university on reputation among employers!? uhhh.. should you ask employers this question?

globe and mail is just trying to jump on the "ranking universities bandwagon"

[03-11-2006,02:25]
Anonymous



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