based on 6 students ratings
Because I like it and friends recommend me are good. The campus is also good.
It is relevant, good exposure towards a career or those who want to pursue a master's degree.
After high school, I wanted to pursue a Bachelors's degree in either the USA/Canada as I felt it would add much value to my CV. I had searched online a lot and after much research, I felt that the universities in Canada are much more affordable to me and yet they deliver the best education too. I had applied online and paid the application fee of around $50 by bank transfer. I had also mailed copies of my high school transcripts and the first two pages of my passport.
My course was world-class. We had excellent laboratories and research facilities in our department and I learned so many subjects of which, some were - artificial intelligence, machine learning, and algorithms.
grew up near it, really good varsity rugby program, free application fee, tuition scholarship, pretty expensive tuition though - most expensive in atlantic canada. tuition goes up by around $300 every year which is annoying. the administration recruiters go to local high schools and schools all over atlantic canada and if you apply then they waive the fee.
i enjoy it, the classes are all nice and fun, nothing too boring especially in todays political climate
Close to home, it was a university I visited for years for swim meets so I knew it fairly well, I had a family member go here as well as I liked that it was close enough to go home if I wanted or stay.
I think that it's fairly fair
I chose Acadia University because it is the closest university to where my parents live and to where I finished high school. Also, Acadia University is ranked as a top university for undergraduate studies.
The Course Curriculum for Earth and Environmental Science at Acadia University is very challenging in my opinion. The academic advisor of the E&ES Department is great at helping you choose courses that are the right fit for your academic strengths and interests.
The campus and class sizes were very small which I liked because I came from a small town originally. The nutrition program was also very good because the teacher and community were very involved in it.
I think the course curriculum is very well put together for the nutrition classes. However, I do think the amount of chemistry is a lot because it almost overpowers the nutrition courses. It is also very good because of the many options you can take for a major.