based on 23 students ratings
I got to know about Dalhousie university from my Canadian resident relative. He highly recommended me to opt for the BCom course in McGill's Desautels Faculty of Management. As it is recognized as one of the best international business schools in Canada. I had applied at the University by filling out an online application form with an application fee of $115. I had also applied to several other Canadian colleges, but this one was my first choice. I scored 96% in my 12th which helped me get through the admission process.
My course delivered the skills needed by emerging leaders. Here, they offer Majors, Honours, and Minors through the Desautels Faculty of Management's BCom Program. The subjects included in my curriculum are business administration, financial management, accountancy, mathematics, and economics. The course provided me with in-depth knowledge about the subject and helped me to gain skills in marketing and management.
The reputation of the university, it's multi-track system (various areas of specialization of your choice), the option to graduate in 3 years having advanced credit, and the low costs of tuition compared to other top universities in the world. I also heard Montr_al was a great city to live in and I wanted to change my environment a bit.
It has been pretty good, I like the flexibility and liberty it allows me to have. I hope I specialize more in future years.
It was a great experience but a complex process in the beginning. Growing up in the middle east and going to a Canadian university, I had to write an english examination even though I went to an international school. However, after doing my research I found the process much easier. I applied and when I got in, and started studying I found my classes very interesting and insightful.
I finished c_gep at Dawson college in 2019 and was looking for a social work program offered in English and close to montreal, because not only do I love my home city, but I get to stay at home and have that extra support from my family and less anxiety. I applied to McGill's social work program because it is the only English university in Montreal that offers it. Concordia does not offer social work. I applied to McGill psychology as well as Concordia psychology as a back up. I got accepted into all programs!
The courses are very interesting and allow us to think about how we will apply the knowledge to social work.
I have known about McGill University since I was around the age of 15. I discovered it one day when I was walking the streets of Montreal with my family. Four years later, I found myself intrigued by McGill, it's a beautiful campus and it's a wide choice of great programs. The admission process, from what I remember, was pretty straightforward.
It displays a huge amount of variation in the concepts taught. Some courses are heavenly mathematical or science-based, while others involve a lot of article reading on ethics, management and more. This course curriculum allows me to explore different options and learn various number of topics.
It is one of the best universities that offer great academic programs and I applied at many other colleges as well but was lucky enough to get admission in this college only. Also, I managed to get funding from the government to sponsor my studies and made my journey much easier. Thanks a lot to the university.
Through this practical and varied program, I get to learn various new things about the course. I am building the experimental, and innovative skills that are necessary for a successful career in the professional front.
It is one of the best universities that offer great academic programs and I applied at many other colleges as well but was lucky enough to get admission in this college only. Also, I managed to get funding from the government to sponsor my studies and made my journey much easier. I applied online on the official website by creating an account, the application fee was around 100 CAD.
It's a four years program with a minimum of 120 credits in total. We are exposed to both theoretical and practical issues of both hardware and software in well-equipped laboratories. The curriculum focuses on advanced training in the critical, historical, and theoretical analysis of Algorithms and Data Structures, Discrete Structures, Operating Systems, and more.
It is among the top-rated University in the world and the supervisor is very good at his work. My supervisor applied for funding, which was finally accepted and then he agreed to call me here to work my PhD under him. The infrastructure and the working environment is very good and the method of research is also very efficient.
I joined PhD program at Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences at McGill because I wanted to work with my current supervisor, as he is one of the best in his field and he had the means to fund my PhD, unlike many other universities. Also, Montreal is a very good place to spend the next 4-5 of your life.
Because it is well known and the fees for international students is much cheaper than U.S. and arguably UK. The school is great and it is more safe than American schools. I applied for 9 schools - 5 of which were on the UK system where you get to pick 5 schools and the rest were U.S. and Canada. This is why I chose this school.
faculty was not great. Economics department can be better. Professors are coming and going but i see some improving that is taking place. many assistant profs and actual profs. very accredited and intelligent.
Because of it's reputation in research and because it was an English school in my area. I also really did not want to leave the province I am living in so McGill seemed like the clear choice. It also had an option to apply to honours in my second year which I really liked as it would motivate me to stay on top of my work in my first year.
It is very interesting. There are a lot of many different subjects to chose from. Personally, the wide array of courses offered at McGill really helped me figure out what I wanted to and guided me through my undergrad years.