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Friends and a good social life. This school offers a lot of clubs and extra school activities. Laurier has a good party life and also is good for all kind of students who may not like partying, the gym is also really nice
It's good, the course options are good, stats are hard and shouldn't be a required course for our program, but other courses are good I enjoy the history courses offered here and I am going on exchange next year.
Because I got to move away from home and experience living on my own as well as gaining the freedom of having my own place without someone always asking me questions. As well as the program here at Laurier is amazing for business.
Honestly, I think Laurier has some interesting courses only for older years and first-year students are stuck with boring electives. For example, there is a poli sci class on president Donald Trump but you can only take it in 3rd year.
It was one of the only options for me to take Kinesiology because in high school I didn't take advanced math or chemistry. I have always loved the school because my older sister studies here as well, so when I got accepted it was an easy decision.
I like the course curriculum as it has a balance between science and the arts. Some of the classes I'm taking are math based ad science based but I also have the opportunity to work on my writing and communication skills which is important for future careers.
It had the program I wanted and has a really good community. The campus is nice and small so it is easy to get to know everyone. The professors are nice and helpful. The university staff help make the school feel welcoming so I went.
The course curriculum is interesting I feel like I'm always learning new things that will help me with my job in the future. I also love how it's set up and the slow increase of difficulty over the years so it's easy to adapt.
I opted for this university because of the unique program that it provided. Political science BA with an LLB Law degree in England. It also had a small campus which made it more personalized. It is number 1 in student satisfaction.
I really like the course curriculum. I think that the choices that it offers are very unique and interesting. The one thing I do not like about it is the mandatory taking of the second data management class.
Because it had a small campus and a community feel. I enjoyed the feel of the campus when I was researching it. Additionally, this was one of the few universities in Canada where they did offer a co-op program to art students.
I really enjoy some of the courses I am enrolled in. In Particular, I really enjoy all the digital media classes as it combines education with technology and helps me learn better. I also find it really interesting that online classes have great engagement.
I choose to go to this particular college because it was in my home town and allowed me to stay at home and still get an education. This also allowed me to save money while paying tutition and paying for book.
Overall in my program the curriculum is quite good. I say this because sociology talks about many social inequalities that many individuals face everyday in society. And not only do we learn about them but we learn how to fix them.
I picked Laurier because it was close to home and also had a tight knit community feel unlike other schools. Some schools you just feel like a number whereas at Laurier professors and other faculty can recognize you by name.
It definitely needs work as most of the curriculum for psychology is pure memorization.
It's very close to home, also the program was known to be very good and I wanted to be able to leave home and meet new people without being so far away from home, also wanted to get out and meet new people but also go somewhere where I knew people
I think it is well thought out and is interesting while pushing me and having me learn new things. There are a ton of different class options both for programs and electives that are interesting and diverse.
I chose Laurier because of the small campus size, program reputation, and it is close to my home town. Laurier has smaller class sizes which makes learning a more personal experience and you are able to get more attention from your professors!
The course curriculum shows a wide variety of subject areas including arts and science. I'm currently taking sociology of physical activity, human physiology, ecotourism and the environment, athlete development and biomechanics.