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Proximity to my family and how the program would set me up for financial success in the long term but this changed over the course of my degree. I guess I have to add more detail but I don't really have much else to say.
It was really good at preparing students for life in the workforce and I think that all students would benefit from this type of learning environment where both teaching and learning are taken seriously.
Firstly, I choose this university because it's located where I currently live. I couldn't afford to go to another province or even city so I just opted for the cheapest option. However, turns out the school has a great mechanical engineering program and has had a lot of success thus far in my degree.
I find it very difficult and stressful at times. I do like the material a lot, however, usually the people who teach it don't care about teaching and end up giving me a negative opinion on the courses. The main issue is not the curriculum but the professors.
I choose this college because of the program and location, only a few colleges in Canada offers this program. It is also a competitive program to get into, taking approximately 10 students out of 120 applicants.
It is very course heavy even though it is a Master's thesis program. This is because you can become a school psychologist after the Master's program in Alberta. The course load is to ensure that individuals who want to terminate at the Master's level have the appropriate courses.
The university was ranked among the top 10 universities in Canada. Calgary is a very safe and clean place to live as well. The tuition fee was not too high compared to other places and I was offered a scholarship there.
The Course curriculum is well planned and everything is cohesive. The first year consists of courses from all fields of engineering that help students get to know which major they want to go better.
I wanted to go to this college because it is close to home and my family and friends. It is also a good school with a nice campus and a good reputation. Many of my friends were attending this school as well.
I think most of the course curriculum is good although some of it seems incoherent such as in my anthropology class. My psychology has an interesting curriculum and I quite enjoy it. Some of the classes can be lecture heavy and slightly boring.
Because it's the best one in my city. It is an excellent institution that brings out the best in kids. There is however still a lot of stigmas involving mental health but for the most part, I've found the university to be a home away from home.
It lets me express my creativity quite a bit, which is the best part of my major. I love my profs and the way they are from all across the country. I am excited to explore what opportunities I will gain when I graduate.
I followed the British curriculum and completed my A levels in Maths, Chemistry, and Physics. I got A* in all of them. I wanted to go to a university that has a good ranking. UofC (university of Calgary) is constantly one in the top ten in Canada. Its tuition fees is also relatively cheaper than the other prestigious universities like UofT and McGill. Moreover, there was a lot of entrance scholarship and I managed to get a really good one. The admission process was very simple. I think it cost around $45 (not quite sure). You just have to go to the website and click on new students and apply. I would recommend to apply as early as you can (even with your forecast results if you can) because, in that way, you have a better chance of obtaining a scholarship.
The academic level is really good, I'd even say quite high for engineering because the faculty wants only the good candidates to graduate. The first year is pretty competitive because of program placement into your desired major that depends on your GPA over the academic year. Teaching methodology depends on the professors. We have really nice professors. They always have office hours and want to help. You will still have to do a lot of learning on your own though.
Renowned University for masters in chemical engineering and lots of alumni are working in well-renowned industries in a good position and are overall satisfied with the quality of education they completed in school.
This is mandatory for chemical engineers practicing in the oil and gas industry as this course teaches us basic concepts in the oil and gas industry, challenges which are faced by the oil and gas industry and methods to solve industrial problems.
I chose the University of Calgary because it is located in my home town. It doesn't have an amazing reputation for its science department but the convenience of its location and the associated affordability made up for that.
The course curriculum for a physics major is extremely structured at the University of Calgary, which is typical for any physics program. The unfortunate part here is that the recommended degree sequence is being adjusted which has caused some difficulty in planning and scheduling.
It is one of the most prestigious universities in Canada and it happens to be in my city so I would save money on residence as I'd be able to stay at home with my family. The admission process is straightforward; between October and March, anyone is able to apply to any 2 programs of their choice and they will be evaluated on their highschool transcripts.
It's relative information to the course and makes sense in terms of grade weightings and the expectations.