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The quality of the school and the exchange program led me to study for a semester in the Netherlands and meet new people. Also, the best business college in my province and offers a great accounting program to get the CPA title.
I really like the fact that everyone in the first year has the same classes which are the basics of business. This way you get to try everything and find what you really like and want to specialize in later in your second and third year.
I had a friend that went there and it seems great. Moreover, I'm from France and I wanted to go to Montreal and it was one of the best business schools there. I went to meet to learn about the school and it looks awesome. They have a trilingual course that I was interested in, so I took it.
It is a great school, for the first year we have to take common courses such as accounting, finance management. Then we can choose our specialization, I choose marketing and international trade. I really like this specialization, the teachers are great, and they are lots of different courses you can choose.
HEC Montreal's excellence in management teaching and research is recognized worldwide. As proof, the School was the first in North America to be awarded the three most prestigious international accreditations in its field: AACSB International, EQUIS and AMBA.
It is a balanced program that allows students to acquire a wide range of skills. With a Bachelor of Business Administration, people can enter the world of work with confidence. There is also a lot of free time.
I wanted to study in Montreal, at a French university. I used to live in Lyon and I've heard about Universite de Montreal at a "festival" where universities were reunited to present themselves and I saw UdeM and I talked to one of their representatives and I was like "ok I wanna go there, it seems like the best college ever".
It's super good. It's well diversified and everyone can find courses that will interest them. They are not too complicated to understand and the essays, midterms, and finals are not complicated.
Because of its research department in astrophysics which is well developed, and because it is in Montreal and one of the top universities, especially the ira exoplanet department which has already discovered many exoplanets.
It is a bit heavy for any student to get a deeper understanding of the subjects, and the professors are not all always really conscious of the norm plus quantity of work they give us, since we have to learn, do the homework, which can be very long, study for exams, and that multiplied by 5 courses can take all your week.
The size of the campus, the quality of teaching in research and the vitality of student associations. In addition, it is the biggest French-language campus in North America and it offers two-language programs, which is not the case in France.
The offer is adequate in my opinion, but it lacks courses relevant to my research program in the summer, the department offers many courses that relate to international relations, but very little about the political forces and behaviors.
I decided to opt for this university because it was the only one who had courses in the French language all across Canada, and it was cheaper for me to attend this college. It is also one of the best universities in the world.
The course curriculum is really great, there are a lot of different classes in my program, with a lot of interaction between students and teachers. There are also a lot of famous people from our domain who help us to improve our work.
It is the nearest college to my house that offers my program. Also, Montreal is a very beautiful city with a lot of things to do. The program has a great reputation and the teachers are great. I really wanted to go to this college.
It is a great course and I think that it is well constructed. The program has a great reputation and the teachers are great. I really wanted to go to this college. It has been modified in the past years and it is better now but there is still amelioration to do.
They have an autodidact approach to learning that I prefer over traditional classes. They focus on teamwork and problem resolution. It is also affiliated with one of the best children's hospitals in my city.
They have an interesting way to divide the classes. They make sure there has been enough focus on every part of the curriculum by working by modules instead of traditional classes. They make internships mandatory from the first year.
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.