based on 20 students ratings
I always wanted to pursue my graduation from Canada. I did a lot of research before applying to the university but I was too confused. My uncle who lives in Canada helped me to choose this college. I applied through the Online Application form available on the official website, with an application fee of around $90.
My curriculum was designed in such a way that everyone can relate the theory classes to the practical world and directly implement their studies to the real world. I was required to complete a compulsory internship of 4 months after the 2 years of study that helped me to utilize my skills and study to learn even more.
I opted for this college because it was the only one that had a criminology program in Montreal. I applied to a total of 4 other colleges in other programs. I went to CEGEP in law, society & Justice at Dawson college and graduated with an r score of 30.6. The admission process was pretty easy but you did need to pay a fee of about $150.
I think the curriculum is good, but a little repetitive. I feel like we constantly talk about the same issues, perspectives, etc in every single one of my classes, which can make it hard to keep my focus.
It's the closest one, they have classes (in Laval and Montreal) only 40 mins away from me! they have very great reviews. the only other school that has criminology is 3 hours away. The admission fees were a bit expensive, around 2000$, but I like this school. I applied for this one and the one in Quebec which is three hours, but after visiting it, I didn't feel comfortable and the classes weren't as interesting as the ones in Montreal.
It seems very hard, my CEGEP didn't have criminology classes so it's very different but I will get used to it.
I came to know from a bit of research that the University of Montreal is a french-language university yet it creates a bilingual environment for international students in graduate-level programs. I was really nervous about not knowing the local language, as it is one of the reasons due to which I can feel left out among the domestic students. But I guess this was the best college I came across that was focusing so much on creating the bilingual environment. So, I submitted my application on the admission portal of the college, I also had to pay $100 for the application fee.
Their 2-year program of L.L.M is pretty good. It has helped me a lot to understand everything very well. I just love the inclusion of case studies. And I-m looking forward to work for my thesis which would be a challenging part yet I am confident enough that I can do it because this course is not missing out anything.
I came to know about the university through a google search. It was ranked among the top 10 business universities in Canada. One of the reasons for choosing this college was its multilingual approach. They provide 3 paths: French, bilingual and trilingual. Most of the colleges are very much persistent with languages but here I had the option to choose the language that I understand the best. Secondly, the 12-month MBA programs are cheaper than most of the other business universities in North America. Also, the MBA program is only a 1-year course, not for 2 years like other universities. So I get to save a year. I applied on the official website and paid $270 for the application fee.
The MBA full-time course in a one-year intensive program and in one year they feed us with enough knowledge to stand out in a professional career. This MBA program allows us to reach our career goals in just 1 year, with all the same benefits as the2 years program.
I opted for this college as it has the third-best MBA program in the whole of Canada. The course is also for only one year which I like because I will not have to invest too much time. The MBA program in this university has a 91% placement rate which means most people will easily find a job after graduating from the program. I applied through the admission portal of the college website, I also paid an amount of $270 as the application fee.
When I actually started contemplating applying for an MBA, I was an IT Professional with an experience of 5 years. I had lost track of college education and learning over the period I was working. Hence, I focused on institutes I could easily get into without compromising on the quality of education. My idea was to complete the course as quickly as possible. Under my colleague's guidance, I tracked HEC Montreal offering a year MBA with an added bonus of french environment. Having studied French in high school, my instincts got way out of me to apply to the college without a second thought.
The course required around 40 hours of credit score to complete the course. I studied an up to date curriculum. While studying the course I was able to get practical analytics and risk management knowledge. I also tried to gain an appreciation for ethical behavior in business
When I actually started contemplating applying for an MBA, I was an IT Professional with an experience of 5 years. I had lost track of college education and learning over the period I was working, hence, I focused on institutes I could easily get into without compromising on the quality of education. My idea was to complete the course as quickly as possible. Under my colleague's guidance, I tracked HEC Montreal offering a year MBA with an added bonus of french environment. Having studied French in high school, my instincts got way out of me to apply to the college without a second thought. I applied for the college by submitting an application form at the official website, I paid around $270 for the application form.
Being that one-year course, my schedule was jam-packed with classes and projects leaving no space for other activities.
Because it's good in my program. I also wanted to move out of my hometown, and Montreal is the second biggest city in Canada. Furthermore, it is way less expensive than any other anglophone city to study.
I like the Course Curriculum, although some mandatory class is not something that I am interested in. A class that has Canadian politics and history as it's subject is not my thing (I prefer the international domain).
It has the world's best civil law program given in the French language, and it also allows me to continue living at my family's home. The resources that the school has and give for free most of the time, are numerous.
Really good, takes you through all the basics for the first year and then allows you to choose the classes you would enjoy taking for the second and third year. It allows students to have a thorough and steady learning path.