|Subject: WHERE SHOULD I GO?!! HELP!
im moving to canada from hong kong in a couple of months to start university...
anyway, ive got to decide where im going soon, but im really confused... and am not really sure of where to go so itd be awsome if i could get some opinions of the following unis and programs...
okie dokie so ive gotten in to:
U of T Scarborough- International Development Studies co-op/ specialist
Ryerson- Arts & Contemporary Studies
McMaster- Humanities I
Queens- Arts (if i went here i´d like to get in their global development studies program)
Laurier- BA Honours Arts
Trent- Arts (I´d like to major in either cultural studies or global studies)
York Keele- International Development Studies
York Glendon- International Studies
Simon Fraser- Arts and Culture
Concordia- Major in sociology and anthropolody minor in judaic studies
basically this is what ive heard about canadian universities so far:
u of t scarborough: boring, worst u of t campus to be on, people are really square/ good rep, good program
ryerson: high school-ish, im not in one of their known programs/ awesome vibe, creative, artsy, innovative
McMaster: good for pre med stuff
Simon Fraser: depressing, people want to switch to UBC/ BC´s version of ryerson, nice dorms
York Keele: rapists, racism/ good for social sciences
Trent: middle of nowhere
... i´d like to get into music journalism or journalism journalism in the future...but dont want to study journalism because i want to learn my subject rather than spend four years learning how to write/ ethics/ laws... maybe ill do somthing with journalism for a masters...
...oh and i dont speak french if that makes a difference
oh and if anyone knows about music scenes in the places where the unis ive gotten into are , that would be awesome too!!
| (in reply to: WHERE SHOULD I GO?!! HELP!)
Goto U of T.. because i know in Hong Kong they actually have heard of it.
The programs are not that great at scarbrough campus... but try to get downtown Toronto.
I would suggest laurier, but their arts program is a joke. Laurier is known for its Honours Bachelor of Business Administration program, and the degree is really well recognized.