based on 5 students ratings
Got to know from GTU website and Laurentian website also the university has a good reputation and also I took advice about student exchange program from my seniors in college they recommended to have experience in this college.
As I am interested in doing my masters in Canada so I was thinking to experience a program. A normal of batch number 50 students were included in this program of our pharmacy professionals and also eligibility criteria were 7.3 and up. While the profs were very good in behaviour and also interaction.
I wanted to stay close to home for my undergrad, would rather save money for further education out of town and be able to continue working part-time. Unfortunately, I haven't had access to the same range of programs I could get from out of town schools.
It could be much more varied but good for what we're working with, electives make me feel unfocused and forget what goal I'm working towards, lowers my motivation not having a wide range of courses.
It was a small campus with lots of outdoor activities in the area. It was far enough away from home but not too far that my parents would not be able to visit me. It had smaller classes so you were able to talk with profs and you weren't just another number in the pool.
Final 2 placements were amazing and it is where you learned most of what you needed to know for becoming a teacher.
It is in my hometown therefore, it is the closest school to me and offered my program. Staying here meant fewer expenses for me and my family so this school was one of the options in my town. There are many other schools in my province but the expenses are extremely high to attend.
The course curriculum is very vague. When looking online at course requirements there are different parts of the website that have different requirements. Therefore, it is unknown what courses are needed to graduate from our program and receive our degree.
It was the only one in my hometown and I wasn't ready to leave town for school. Lots of my family over the years went to this school as well so it only made sense for me to go as well. It just made sense to stay at home to save money.
It was okay, I think I learned a lot and stayed somewhat interested in the content. Since I took psychology there was a lot of content to cover so some teachers did a really good job at organizing and presenting the information in an orderly and benefiting way.