For the program. I was studying history at another college for a year before I changed. It is also more my style of teaching. Closer to my house. Also, it is very well situated, directly in downtown Montreal.
My program does not include/ require an internship. I am studying the language (German and Spanish, as well as French and English) and we only have classes that will give us credits. No internships are needed right now.
Around 250$ (Canadian) for the term and the classes themselves. Then, another 250$ maybe 300$ for books and manuals and etc. Maybe 100$ for obligatory activities like going to the museum or to the theater (Shakespeare like not the movies). With everything (bus passes and other school charges ex: pencils) it is around 1000$ for a term of 15 weeks.
Every teacher does what they personally like the best. There is barely anything in common between my classes. From the evaluation form to the exam structure, nothing is the same.
I like it but it could be way better.
I still live at home with my family.
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