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It offered me a good scholarship and research grant as well as a reputable program. McMaster University was also in a good location in the sense that I could live away from home but still be able to visit my parents every weekend.
The course curriculum is developed well however it could be taught more effectively if there were more instructional assistants and better resources. It is a very cut throat program and should be extended to 5 years instead of 4.
McMaster has a well known program and it was closer to home. Mcmaster was also one of the few that allowed second year access into the program without prior experience or degree. It?s also a university that has been accredited with the college of social workers.
I don?t believe that courses adequately prepared students for their placements. I think that within the years prior to placement, courses focused on theory. However didn't adequately prepare students on how to manage some of the impacts from placements.
The school is close to home, so I could be closer to my family members such as my parents. I enjoyed the fact that the college was also well known. the tuition is cheaper than other options in Ontario and in my area.
I like it most of the time. Sometimes I don't like being in a large lecture hall with a lot of students and only one professor. The course grading is pretty fair overall. I like my lab courses a lot.
I thought the campus was really beautiful. Additionally, it was very close to my family while still being out of the city. I enjoyed the academic standing the school holds. Additionally, I had heard good things about the political science program.
I really enjoy the course curriculum. I believe it challenges me and helps me be a better student. I enjoy the readings, as well as the assignments that are within the course curriculum. The courses are relevant to the program.
McMaster has a Great campus that allows students to live freely and enjoy their time at school. Besides the campus, there are many great opportunities for students at this school ranging from co-op to research initiatives.
The course curriculum could be done better, but overall provides a basis for students to be successful which means that professors strive to prepare students for the real world by providing as much exposure to the real world as possible.
The community was really welcoming and there were a lot of ways to get involved. Furthermore, McMaster University is recognized in Canada and worldwide. I always wanted to go to a prestigious institution.
The course curriculum was excellent in the first year. We got exposure to various types of engineering since it was general in the first year and this gave us an opportunity to see what type of engineering we liked before applying. However, as we start the specialize the streams and curriculum changes more yearly.
The campus was excellent and the environment, in general, felt nice. I found that the engineering program at McMaster was quite up to par with some of the top universities here in Canada. I believe when I graduate, I will feel like my undergrad was not a waste of time.
The course curriculum seems to be a bit out of date but overall the professors seem to keep everything up to date give or take a few things. The mathematics department likes to not give formula sheets so the students understand the formula instead of just plugging and chugging them.
It had an internship program and was a good distance from my house. I loved the look and feel of the campus. It was a big campus but still felt cozy because of the way the buildings looked. I read good things about the school on the internet and was highly ranked in the province and country.
The curriculum improved since I started. We had to take computer science in the first year which was not a helpful course but they took it out now. We didn't take any accounting courses in the first year which was not helpful at all.
I enjoy the size of the campus which is relative to a medium sized campus. It is easily navigatable during the first week of school. The furthest classes were only an 8-minute walk which was absolutely perfect because you could go back to back classes with no problem. I also opted for this University because I believed they had a great Commerce program and it would help me reach my career goal of doing something in the Finance area.
Very interesting material, I enjoy the content that each course has to offer. Ultimately, I would say it is nicely structured where you can sample the different strands of business to see what you enjoy the most.
Reputation and status of the university. Also, was close to my house so I could drive and save money rather than living in Hamilton and paying rediculous rent amounts. Some of my friends went there as well.
I like it because there are lots of options available to take. If you're in business you can take electives in other subjects like anthropology or sociology. Online classes are also available so it gives us flexibility.