based on 19 students ratings
Odette School of Business is one of the world's finest ranked universities with a very good world ranking. The application process includes submitting recommendation letter, resume, statements, official scores, transcripts, application form, etc. I applied through an online application. My 12th graduation marks of 92 % also helped me to take my application a step forward.
After the first year, we were sent for a summer internship. We are getting well trained before getting placed. Electives helps us make our course customized. Our faculties focusses on practical training. There are a lot of real-world projects during our curriculum which makes us completely prepared during jobs.
My time here has provided me with a rich and cultivating educational experience. My life changed after taking admission in the course. I was able to see a new world. For taking admission in the course I submitted some of my documents and also appeared for the entrance exam.
I am provided with a personalized preparation for a successful career in business. The unique program offers me a fast-paced learning environment using an experiential approach to education. Non-business background students are also welcomed in the course.
It was close for home and had an interesting combined program unlike other universities in my province. I also opted for this one because they had a strong academic and teaching faculty. They had a very good reputation for their social work program, excelling in their faculty, teaching methods, and placements that come along in thurd and fourth year.
I find the curriculum very interesting and intriguing, I am always very excited to go to class.
Both of my parents attended the University of Windsor. It is also one of the most affordable Universities in Canada. This is one of few places that offered my program and it was the closest University to my hometown. I attended High school in Chatham, Ontario at John McGregor Secondary School and achieved anoverall average of 96.33 in Grade 12.
The courses are all very enjoyable and are taught well with a large amount of information portrayed in a easy to understand way.
I choose this particular university due to the city it was in. The University of Windsor is in my hometown. I applied to many other universities in Ontario, but decided that living at home while going through school was the best decision for me. For the program I was going into, this university had a very reputable Psychology program.
In my opinion the course curriculum has many good factors. The mandatory classes that you are required to take are very helpful for future job positions. As all academic courses, there are a few flaws. My first year and first semester of university I was required to write a 12 page paper. Having never done an assignment so large, that drap my grade a great amount.
University of Windsor has always been an option since it is really close to home. As it wasn't my first choice, it surely did grow on me and became a close second home. The admission process was fairly easy as it was done through the OUAC website. I also applied to the University of Ottawa and St Clair College.
The course curriculum is fairly moderate and it varies in difficulty. All the course I have taken so far covers STEM.
I applied for 3 different universities and I got selected in just one, which is the University of Windsor. I was very sure about my three choices and I choose Windsor as one of my three choices because its MBA program is quite popular for its curriculum and placement rate. Also, the university has a huge number of international students which makes me feel comfortable on-campus. I applied directly through the UWindsor website, the application fee charged me with an amount of $100.
The MBA curriculum is simple and the program is divided into five teaching modules. We can choose from a major paper option or thesis option. The major paper receives six credits and the thesis receives twelve credit points. The curriculum of the MBA program combines case studies, real-world client presentations, and lectures.
I choose this institution because of its proximity to home, and because this institution offers undergraduate nursing students clinical placement in their first year - which I felt was a valuable learning opportunity that I wanted to have in my education.
I really like the course curriculum. I like that we are able to go into the clinical setting in the first year something unique to this institution. I also like that students have a weekly clinical lab which allows them to practice clinical skills hands on.
This college was close to my house and it made no sense to do what was economically feasible. I had been accepted to other schools but it makes sense to say with my parents and not have too many extra charges.
It doesn't focus on intelligence just memorization. When all we are given are multiple choice tests it just rewards people who rely on memorization. It's Not fair for people who cannot just sit and memorize stuff.
They had a great music program and a wonderful learning environment. One of my friends went to the University of Windsor and they loved it. Everyone is super nice and everyone in my program is like family. The teachers actually care about you and your physical and mental health which is nice.
I think it's great. I think it challenges the students but does not make you go crazy. I do think effective writing should be optional because it is not a very good course and it teaches students grammar skills that I learned in grade two.