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It's a prestigious institute and even multicultural. A good path to exchange cultural values. Moreover, the administrative staff of the college is very cordial in nature and are always there to assist you.
The course curriculum in Canada is quite consolidating. You every time has something or other to engross yourself. Also, practical knowledge provided really helpful in attaining career goals. But, to be honest I am always afraid of research papers.
I really enjoy Toronto and centennial college has really high success rates and overall has a great environment to practice my studies in. The location and vibes are perfect. the location of my campus is especially good because it's not in the heart of Toronto, but I have quick access to it I want to go.
I believe that the curriculum I am being taught in my class courses and in my program are highly valuable and relate heavily to what I am expecting to experience when I continue my work and career in this field.
Close to home, liked the transit there. Wish express busses existed back then. It would have been so much easier to get home and to college. Regardless, it was a good chance to nap before and after lectures.
It's very hands-on, I enjoyed working with people around me and gaining experience. But the tuition was too high for me to afford. It takes me more than 10 years to pay back my student loans with an internet higher than 6%.
It was closer than another school I applied for but is also quite known for its hospitality programs. I'm very glad I chose this school because the program I'm currently in is fun but also very educational.
My opinion on the course curriculum is that it is good. It covers the basics of what you need to know that of a business owner if I were to open up a bakery or even just work in a bakery. My favorite courses are the ones in the labs.
It is the oldest college in Toronto and is well known for its robotics and automation course. The staff is good and experienced. Lab equipment is the latest and the course curriculum is similar to my interest and what I have studied to date.
Mechanical subjects are hard for people who have an electrical background like me. the curriculum is tough but it is the latest technology that they have in labs.i would really appreciate if college does not include English as a part of this curriculum.
I personally opted for Centennial College as they have amazing professors with real in field experience, knowledge and come with impressive education backgrounds. I also found that the school being located in Scarborough offers a very diverse atmosphere and gives you the opportunity to interact with many from different cultures and beliefs.
The course curriculum is absolutely astonishing. Centennial College and it?s professors do the most to change it up and give you access to many different learning styles. Some examples are going on tours, in class teachings and online teachings. These make your two, three or four year programs fly by and never even make you consider dropping out.
I chose this particular college because it had the program I wanted to do. The program I chose wasn't that long which I liked. It was also one of the cheaper options out of all the other colleges I applied too.
The course curriculum wasn't very good or up to date. Some of the courses were unnecessary. For example Global Citizenship was a very boring class that everyone was required to take not to mention is was really hard.
Heard about this college a lot and also heard it is one of the best colleges to learn in hospitality field. Me, being really passionate about baking and cake decoration wanted to learn from the best in this field.
I expected far more to learn under Pastry Arts, just learning the basics. Also, the practice for a certain item is very poor. You can only practice twice or thrice, you cannot achieve perfection. Not given a chance to rectify your mistakes in lab classes
I chose this college due to its location and the environment. I also chose it because of friends who were also attending the college. I also chose it due to its rating and the reviews from past students.
The course curriculum is excellent and it allows for students to take their time learning the material. I like how each week is structured with course content, weekly outcomes, textbook pages and what is expected of students.
Program was unique and gave me a good feel, it is close to my home, and the price is not that bad. I also got free tuition and lots of scholarships! The profs are nice and the building is brand new, it is also by a highway.
I love it! It is full of hands on experiences, and takes you literally around the world, you learn how to work in countries like kenya and china, and meet a lot of different people, just great! It also has a lot of usefull courses.