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Concordia University is a nice college. I have friends there and also family. Most of my friends were planning to go there and me too. Also, we speak French in Quebec too. Montreal is a nice and cool place to live also.
The curriculum is Good. We learn a lot about our course at college. The professors are very helpful and answer our questions properly regarding any courses. We need to attend classes to be able to know the course well. There are quiz assignments etc.
I chose Concordia because of its friendly environment and student-centered academic system. It is also located in the diverse and beautiful city of Montreal, with proximity to much of the excellent services that Montreal has to offer.
I think the Course Curriculum is very comprehensive and embodies all the academic and co-curricular skills that are needed for a major or minor. It also does well to include diverse and varying levels of different studies helping to give students a diverse academic experience.
They had a co-op program that gives valuable internship experience. Adding three internships to your resume will come in very handy once graduated and when competing with the numerous other students applying for junior positions.
The course curriculum is modern enough, with a heavy emphasis on practical experience over theory. There are a lot of labs and great projects that are a part of the course curriculum. There is also a capstone project in the final year, where you work with sponsors to bring an idea to life.
The supervisor I am working with is amazing. I knew I would be able to work in any field, however, I knew I could also be made to hate any field if I hated my supervisor. So I chose a good supervisor, in a decent field. Rather than a field, I was more interested in, but a worse supervisor.
Not enough course selection. It is a small department, so there are very limited choices in terms of the curriculum in graduate studies. However, the undergraduate curriculum is excellent with a co-op option to allow students to gain industry experience and connections.
I was interested in software and wanted to pursue a career in that field. I also wanted to know more about that field and I was genuinely interested in it and that was the main reason I picked it as a career.
The courses take hard work and dedication to do well in them but generally, it's just a matter of how much time you invest in it, if you spend enough time then you'll be pleased with the outcome. If you don't, then you won't be so pleased with it.
I took it because it's one of the few universities in Montreal that offer English classes and I wanted to study in English but I live in a bilingual/francophone city. At the time I was applying for Behavioural Neuroscience which McGill (the other school to offer English classes) did not offer. Concordia was pretty much my only choice in Montreal.
The course curriculum is good. Not too loaded and it does provide you with the opportunity to choose between several courses/fields and really give you the chance to decide which topics/aspects of psychology you prefer. They also encourage you to take general education classes which allows you to also keep in touch with other topics outside of your field of study.
My university has a nationally recognized political science department so it was already a top contender. What truly pushed my decision was that it is located in my absolute favorite city in Canada, Montreal, which, at the time, was recognized as the best city in the world for undergraduate students.
Truthfully, the curriculum varies from professor to professor but given courses I've taken already, they seem to cover the classics which I often refer back to in discussions to prove my points. I've benefited from our curriculum.
Montreal is always topping among the best student city in the world. The John Molson Business school is one with a great co-op program! Plus, we have several big firms in Montreal which is good to secure internships. The professors are great too!
The Course Curriculum is really Hectic! As they go in Bisin right away and you have limited liberal choices for your course - the school for the business minded people! Also, teaching you a bachelor in communication is teaching you a myriad of courses from marketing to organizational behavior. Finance is my major though I'm minoring in real estate too.
It had great reviews and many people had good jobs after taking courses in that college and the professors had great reviews as well. The college is the best one yet in my research had all that I asked for.
It's the best one yet it has the best opportunities to graduate and get a decent job. The college is the best one yet in my research had all that I asked for. The teachers are very helpful and the courses have flexible hours.
Software engineering is very famous at this University and University has a really good research professor. Research in the field of software engineering is really good here at Concordia. Overall I am learning a lot of things from here.
The curriculum is good.