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What are my chances of getting into McGill University?
nikkil visha Posted on : January 13th, 2021
Acceptance at McGill is essentially founded on the details. For any student, grades have primary importance. Evaluations are also based on the latest academic performance and your extra-curriculars.  The table below compares the acceptance rate of students from different backgrounds. The acceptance rate for McGill University is 52%, implying that it is competitive but not impossible to get into. CGPA of 3.0 out of 4.0 is considered good. This, obviously, varies with program.

Acceptance at McGill is essentially founded on the details. For any student, grades have primary importance. Evaluations are also based on the latest academic performance and your extra-curriculars. 

The table below compares the acceptance rate of students from different backgrounds. The acceptance rate for McGill University is 52%, implying that it is competitive but not impossible to get into.

CGPA of 3.0 out of 4.0 is considered good. This, obviously, varies with program.

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In what ways can McGill University surpass the reputation of the University of Toronto?
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aishwarya bhatnagar Posted on : January 13th, 2021
Both universities are probably among the most popular Canadian Universities. McGill and UToronto both have exceptional reputation in the US so it doesn't matter much to people about the differences in their rankings. Your choice is between two well-known and highly in-demand universities. At most, you should consider your choice of department and see how your university stands for that particular subject. World Rankings are instantaneous; they change annually and are a little vague. McGill is a top Canadian university in global QS rankings, depending on which survey you use, there are many ways McGill tops the ranks among similar universities. Having one of the world's best medical programs, it also has an excellent life sciences program. Montreal also scores Toronto impressively for affordability and rating employer operation. The above is based on a survey of domestic and foreign graduate employers who look at the cities from which they prefer to hire. Both cities are in the top ten for their desirability, but Toronto is still ahead of the 10th ranking of this metric, which ranks first. Toronto is English while McGill is based in Montréal in the French province of Quebec. Toronto is English speaking. However, most courses at the university are held in English, and documentation of English competence is a prerequisite for the application.  There is a considerably larger population of students at the University of Toronto with 93,081 students registered in the academic year 2018-19. Of these, 20,296 (22%) students were graduate students and 23,019 (25%), foreign students. This is a lot of students, Toronto has one of the largest schools of students among institutions.

Both universities are probably among the most popular Canadian Universities. McGill and UToronto both have exceptional reputation in the US so it doesn't matter much to people about the differences in their rankings.
Your choice is between two well-known and highly in-demand universities. At most, you should consider your choice of department and see how your university stands for that particular subject.
World Rankings are instantaneous; they change annually and are a little vague. McGill is a top Canadian university in global QS rankings, depending on which survey you use, there are many ways McGill tops the ranks among similar universities. Having one of the world's best medical programs, it also has an excellent life sciences program.

Montreal also scores Toronto impressively for affordability and rating employer operation. The above is based on a survey of domestic and foreign graduate employers who look at the cities from which they prefer to hire. Both cities are in the top ten for their desirability, but Toronto is still ahead of the 10th ranking of this metric, which ranks first. Toronto is English while McGill is based in Montréal in the French province of Quebec. Toronto is English speaking. However, most courses at the university are held in English, and documentation of English competence is a prerequisite for the application. 

There is a considerably larger population of students at the University of Toronto with 93,081 students registered in the academic year 2018-19. Of these, 20,296 (22%) students were graduate students and 23,019 (25%), foreign students. This is a lot of students, Toronto has one of the largest schools of students among institutions.

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What is it like to study physics at McGill University?
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shivam chaudhary Posted on : January 13th, 2021
The subject is very challenging and will definitely push you to do better. Your problem-solving abilities will improve while you pursue this problem, sometimes requiring endless hours of deep thinking. In final year you will find all this helpful, especially when you pick up advanced subjects. Homework and classes will take up most of your time and during exams, a crib sheet will be provided to you to solve problems that you have never heard of before. This is to give you a better foundation in all the major fields of your subject and might even cause a burnout. Still, with proper breaks and consistency you will definitely find it rewarding. Learning Physics at McGill University is for the development of problem-solving skills. With intense activities and deep thought, you’d be engrossed in and cultivated by the subject. Faculties actively look for (talented/interested) students looking for research and internships. 

The subject is very challenging and will definitely push you to do better. Your problem-solving abilities will improve while you pursue this problem, sometimes requiring endless hours of deep thinking. In final year you will find all this helpful, especially when you pick up advanced subjects.

Homework and classes will take up most of your time and during exams, a crib sheet will be provided to you to solve problems that you have never heard of before. This is to give you a better foundation in all the major fields of your subject and might even cause a burnout. Still, with proper breaks and consistency you will definitely find it rewarding.

Learning Physics at McGill University is for the development of problem-solving skills. With intense activities and deep thought, you’d be engrossed in and cultivated by the subject. Faculties actively look for (talented/interested) students looking for research and internships. 

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What is your review of McGill University?
mayank badhwar Posted on : January 13th, 2021
McGill University is undoubtedly a good place with world-class facility. It is one of the leading universities in North America. It is very competitive and has a broad student support system. The University admits students from all over the globe so you won’t feel out of place here. There were various nationalities and many students communicating 2-4 languages. On average, McGill graduates earn around 40,000 CAD to 108,000 CAD and are placed within 3-6 months of completing their studies. However, the support services for students and their administration staff might not meet your standards. Also, the atmosphere here can be a bit too intense because of their reputation and constant efforts to maintain their standing. Admission wise, being one of Canada's highest-ranking universities, the GPA and admission criteria is also very high. It has an acceptance rate of 41%, an articulate essay and strong recommendations are important. It’s located in Montreal which is a splendid city with great restaurants, nightclubs, and world-class museums a stone's throw from it. McGill is an excellent place providing lots of courses, financial help, facilities, and a good support system. There’s a wide variety of highly skilled faculty for pharmacy, psychology, healthcare, the business sector, sciences, education, engineering, music, arts, law, environmental and agriculture, computer sciences and many more. The dorms are located near the hill and the lake, suitable for comfort in the autumn and spring and for skating and hot chocolate in the winter. Some of the sleeping places are situated next to the Mond Royal, the Montreal "Central Park" featuring footpaths, cycling pads, and skiing trails. The stunning mountains are within 2 hours for climbing and skiing. Students are crucial, lessons are rigorous.

McGill University is undoubtedly a good place with world-class facility. It is one of the leading universities in North America. It is very competitive and has a broad student support system. The University admits students from all over the globe so you won’t feel out of place here. There were various nationalities and many students communicating 2-4 languages.

On average, McGill graduates earn around 40,000 CAD to 108,000 CAD and are placed within 3-6 months of completing their studies. However, the support services for students and their administration staff might not meet your standards. Also, the atmosphere here can be a bit too intense because of their reputation and constant efforts to maintain their standing.

Admission wise, being one of Canada's highest-ranking universities, the GPA and admission criteria is also very high. It has an acceptance rate of 41%, an articulate essay and strong recommendations are important. It’s located in Montreal which is a splendid city with great restaurants, nightclubs, and world-class museums a stone's throw from it.

McGill is an excellent place providing lots of courses, financial help, facilities, and a good support system. There’s a wide variety of highly skilled faculty for pharmacy, psychology, healthcare, the business sector, sciences, education, engineering, music, arts, law, environmental and agriculture, computer sciences and many more.

The dorms are located near the hill and the lake, suitable for comfort in the autumn and spring and for skating and hot chocolate in the winter. Some of the sleeping places are situated next to the Mond Royal, the Montreal "Central Park" featuring footpaths, cycling pads, and skiing trails. The stunning mountains are within 2 hours for climbing and skiing. Students are crucial, lessons are rigorous.

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What is it like to be a graduate student in computer science at McGill University?
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anwita dhar Posted on : January 13th, 2021
McGill University is an amazing place, specially as an international graduate. From its comparatively affordable fees to the amazing education and environment experience, it gives you one of the best experience out there.  Situated in Montreal, McGill University is pretty organized and renowned among international students. It ranked #1 in Canada among clinical doctoral institutes for 15 continuous years by Maclean's University, and #35th as per QS News World University 2020 Ranking. It has 400+ courses through its many research environments and frameworks, thus popular among graduate students.  The University has a general score of 58.5% in computer science engineering according to usnews.com. Computer Science at McGill University is a great choice due to its rankings and placements. Here are some factors that make it a great experience: Placements: Microsoft being the major player in university recruitment, there are numerous good placement opportunities at McGill when compared to other similar universities in Canada.  Location: Montreal is (economical) than Toronto or Vancouver, a $200 is sufficient to make you go (barring the lease) If you're an international student, at that point McGill is a promising alternative. Diversity: Approximately 30% of the University students are international students, which means a lot of instant friends! Campus Life: Free food, free tutorials on topics such as how to write your thesis, Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning in Python are among the other programs. For students, the swimming pool at the McGill gym is accessible. Athletics, gymnastics, dancing, etc are among the amazing activities that McGill has to offer with a designated fee for the same.  In short, McGill is a good option for international graduate students gearing up for their careers in Computer science. The University reported 6,318 undergraduate students and 2,387 graduate students for fall 2019, with an acceptance rate of about 41 percent, the career opportunities for a graduate student from computer science at McGill University are abundant.

McGill University is an amazing place, specially as an international graduate. From its comparatively affordable fees to the amazing education and environment experience, it gives you one of the best experience out there. 
Situated in Montreal, McGill University is pretty organized and renowned among international students. It ranked #1 in Canada among clinical doctoral institutes for 15 continuous years by Maclean's University, and #35th as per QS News World University 2020 Ranking. It has 400+ courses through its many research environments and frameworks, thus popular among graduate students. 

The University has a general score of 58.5% in computer science engineering according to usnews.com. Computer Science at McGill University is a great choice due to its rankings and placements. Here are some factors that make it a great experience:

  • Placements: Microsoft being the major player in university recruitment, there are numerous good placement opportunities at McGill when compared to other similar universities in Canada. 
  • Location: Montreal is (economical) than Toronto or Vancouver, a $200 is sufficient to make you go (barring the lease) If you're an international student, at that point McGill is a promising alternative.
  • Diversity: Approximately 30% of the University students are international students, which means a lot of instant friends!
  • Campus Life: Free food, free tutorials on topics such as how to write your thesis, Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning in Python are among the other programs. For students, the swimming pool at the McGill gym is accessible. Athletics, gymnastics, dancing, etc are among the amazing activities that McGill has to offer with a designated fee for the same. 

In short, McGill is a good option for international graduate students gearing up for their careers in Computer science. The University reported 6,318 undergraduate students and 2,387 graduate students for fall 2019, with an acceptance rate of about 41 percent, the career opportunities for a graduate student from computer science at McGill University are abundant.

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Should I go to Mcgill University (finance) or Concordia University (finance)?
rohini mishra Posted on : January 13th, 2021
Mcgill University and Concordia University both are public affiliated universities and bagged #=31 and #=477 position in the QS world ranking list. As per QS and THE, the universities count among the top 25 Canadian Universities. McGill’s Finance discipline is internationally appreciated for its innovative teaching and high-quality research whereas the John Molson of Business School believes in awarding more hands-on experience to its students and in building a unique co-op program.  McGill allows its students to work and interact with people from all around the world and at the same time interact with alumni and different industry leaders to learn more about the subfields of Finance. The presented table gives a clear cut comparison between two universities: CONCORDIA UNIVERSITY  McGILL UNIVERSITY RANK  #477 QS World University 2021  #462 as World University 2020 #31 QS World University 2021  #35 QS World University 2020 ACCEPTANCE RATE  49.3%  45% COST OF STUDY  Average Tuition Fees 19856 USD  (For UG Program)  Average Tuition Fees 13725 USD  (For PG Program)  Hostel + Meal - 21862 USD Per Year Average Tuition Fees 34242 USD  (For UG Program)  Average Tuition Fees 13470 USD  (For PG Program)  Hostel + Meal - 29142 USD Per Year AVG PACKAGE  MBA Graduates: $108,000  MS Graduates: $100,000 $66,552  TOP RECRUITERS:  EY, KPMG, McKinsey  Consulting,Adidas, Loreal, etc. EMPLOYMENT RATE  87%  85% The John Molson of Business School's principle is to apply whatever students learned in the classroom to the real world as it will help them to confront live cases, work with real-life companies facing real problems, and will get some hands-on experience in the world of Business. McGill holds ideology and theory focussed programs, on the other hand, Concordia University programs are generally Practical-Based.

Mcgill University and Concordia University both are public affiliated universities and bagged #=31 and #=477 position in the QS world ranking list. As per QS and THE, the universities count among the top 25 Canadian Universities. McGill’s Finance discipline is internationally appreciated for its innovative teaching and high-quality research whereas the John Molson of Business School believes in awarding more hands-on experience to its students and in building a unique co-op program. 

McGill allows its students to work and interact with people from all around the world and at the same time interact with alumni and different industry leaders to learn more about the subfields of Finance. The presented table gives a clear cut comparison between two universities:

CONCORDIA UNIVERSITY 

McGILL UNIVERSITY

RANK 

#477 QS World University 2021 

#462 as World University 2020

#31 QS World University 2021 

#35 QS World University 2020

ACCEPTANCE RATE 

49.3% 

45%

COST OF STUDY 

Average Tuition Fees 19856 USD 

(For UG Program) 

Average Tuition Fees 13725 USD 

(For PG Program) 

Hostel + Meal - 21862 USD Per Year

Average Tuition Fees 34242 USD 

(For UG Program) 

Average Tuition Fees 13470 USD 

(For PG Program) 

Hostel + Meal - 29142 USD Per Year

AVG PACKAGE 

MBA Graduates: $108,000 

MS Graduates: $100,000

$66,552 

TOP RECRUITERS

EY, KPMG, McKinsey 

Consulting,Adidas, Loreal, etc.

EMPLOYMENT RATE 

87% 

85%

The John Molson of Business School's principle is to apply whatever students learned in the classroom to the real world as it will help them to confront live cases, work with real-life companies facing real problems, and will get some hands-on experience in the world of Business. McGill holds ideology and theory focussed programs, on the other hand, Concordia University programs are generally Practical-Based.

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Which university is better for an undergraduate degree in fine arts with a biology minor, U of T, McGill, or Concordia University?
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aniket atul mahulikar Posted on : January 13th, 2021
All three of these are counted among the most popular colleges in Canada. However, you can safely say Mcgill and UToronto have a better brand value due to their rankings (#25 and #31 respectively) as well as distinguished science programs. THE ranks them at #1 and #2 respectively in terms of graduate employability in Canada.  The Biology program offered by UToronto mainly emphasizes on the latest innovative edge technology and new clinical and research techniques. Whereas, Mcgill’s Biology program is purely research-based and introduces its students to the latest techniques and methodologies in the field of Biology. Students will have easy access to advanced laboratory services for more hands-on experience and research purposes.  The table below gives a detailed comparison of the three universities:  Parameters  University of Toronto  McGill University  Concordia University Ranking (QS WUR 2021) #25  #31  #477 Acceptance Rate  43%  45%  49.3% Cost to Study  $20379-47086 +$33702 (Hostel+Meal) $13470-34242+$29142 (Hostel+Meal) 13725-19856+21862 (Hostel+Meal) Placements for MS  (Average) $98,000  $100,000  $110,000   We can see that while the first two universities are pretty reputable, their acceptance rate and expenses are considerably higher than Concordia’s. Concordia University's undergraduate Biology program features Gene study, Organism physiology, Morphology, Anatomy Analysis, Cell study on the living system, and lots more.  While Concordia’s science programs are not as refined, it is also a great alternative because of its cost and placements. Overall, it depends on your personal preferences.

All three of these are counted among the most popular colleges in Canada. However, you can safely say Mcgill and UToronto have a better brand value due to their rankings (#25 and #31 respectively) as well as distinguished science programs. THE ranks them at #1 and #2 respectively in terms of graduate employability in Canada. 

The Biology program offered by UToronto mainly emphasizes on the latest innovative edge technology and new clinical and research techniques. Whereas, Mcgill’s Biology program is purely research-based and introduces its students to the latest techniques and methodologies in the field of Biology. Students will have easy access to advanced laboratory services for more hands-on experience and research purposes. 

The table below gives a detailed comparison of the three universities: 

Parameters 

University of Toronto 

McGill University 

Concordia University

Ranking (QS WUR 2021)

#25 

#31 

#477

Acceptance Rate 

43% 

45% 

49.3%

Cost to Study 

$20379-47086 +$33702 (Hostel+Meal)

$13470-34242+$29142 (Hostel+Meal)

13725-19856+21862 (Hostel+Meal)

Placements for MS 

(Average)

$98,000 

$100,000 

$110,000


 

We can see that while the first two universities are pretty reputable, their acceptance rate and expenses are considerably higher than Concordia’s. Concordia University's undergraduate Biology program features Gene study, Organism physiology, Morphology, Anatomy Analysis, Cell study on the living system, and lots more. 

While Concordia’s science programs are not as refined, it is also a great alternative because of its cost and placements. Overall, it depends on your personal preferences.

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What is (approx) per semester fees for McGill and Concordia University?
urvashi singhal Posted on : January 12th, 2021
Both universities are considered great and Canada, hence its a given that they will incur good costs. Different programs will have different fees and additional costs. If you are an international student, your fee will be significantly higher as well.  McGill University range is quite wide from $13,830 to $136,721 for some professional degrees whereas the Concordia University range is from $11,299 to $72,768. Keep in mind the living costs as well, as tuition only refers to the program cost. Fees differ from courses to courses so here are some particulars of both the universities of some courses: Additional expenses also include the application fees, for McGill University it can range from $85.37 - $89.87 and $77.14 – $772.12 for Concordia University.  On-campus living expenses at McGill University range from $13,623 - $18,527 and for off-campus may be anywhere from $8,600 - $20,100. Living expenses of Concordia University range from $26,755.57- $28,136.56.

Both universities are considered great and Canada, hence its a given that they will incur good costs. Different programs will have different fees and additional costs. If you are an international student, your fee will be significantly higher as well. 

McGill University range is quite wide from $13,830 to $136,721 for some professional degrees whereas the Concordia University range is from $11,299 to $72,768.

Keep in mind the living costs as well, as tuition only refers to the program cost. Fees differ from courses to courses so here are some particulars of both the universities of some courses:

Additional expenses also include the application fees, for McGill University it can range from $85.37 - $89.87 and $77.14 – $772.12 for Concordia University. 

On-campus living expenses at McGill University range from $13,623 - $18,527 and for off-campus may be anywhere from $8,600 - $20,100. Living expenses of Concordia University range from $26,755.57- $28,136.56.

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McGill University: Which accommodation is better?
anil tigga Posted on : January 11th, 2021
Since you’re an international student from another culture altogether, staying on campus will definitely help you a lot. It is always better and convenient than off-campus locations as it’ll save you the hassles of flat hunting, interacting with totally new people.  However, vacancies in hostels are really less and you must apply for residence as soon as possible. So make sure you’ve applied for it as soon as you receive the offer letter. International students are better off staying on-campus at least for the initial period as it saves them a lot of time, effort and money spent on understanding the local areas.  On-campus residence at McGill houses over 3,000 students in its many dorms, apartments and hotel-type styles so you’ve a lot of budgets and arrangements. This housing includes a mandatory meal plan costing 5,475 CAD/year.  There are also shared kitchens to help students meet their diverse needs and dietary requirements University housing charge ranges from 8,148 to 13,052 CAD annually Off-Campus Residence If you fail to get housed or choose to go for off-campus housing, it has its own perks too.  Foreign students can go for The Buddy Program where you can find a "Buddy" who helps you find a place outside the campus. This is a safe and handy facility offered by McGill itself. The rent and options in Saint Anne are economical with multiple facilities. Public transport is great and easy to use. Rent usually costs 500 to 1,300 CAD per month with meal plans ranging from 2,600 CAD to 4,000 CAD annually. The whole area of Saint-Anne de Bellevue is beautiful, small, quiet and comfortable which is littered with nice restaurants and has reasonable rentals. The lakefront is a major attraction for weekends. Foreign students can explore these options if they want to avoid the hostel limitations or other issues.

Since you’re an international student from another culture altogether, staying on campus will definitely help you a lot. It is always better and convenient than off-campus locations as it’ll save you the hassles of flat hunting, interacting with totally new people. 

However, vacancies in hostels are really less and you must apply for residence as soon as possible. So make sure you’ve applied for it as soon as you receive the offer letter. International students are better off staying on-campus at least for the initial period as it saves them a lot of time, effort and money spent on understanding the local areas. 

  • On-campus residence at McGill houses over 3,000 students in its many dorms, apartments and hotel-type styles so you’ve a lot of budgets and arrangements.
  • This housing includes a mandatory meal plan costing 5,475 CAD/year. 
  • There are also shared kitchens to help students meet their diverse needs and dietary requirements
  • University housing charge ranges from 8,148 to 13,052 CAD annually

Off-Campus Residence

If you fail to get housed or choose to go for off-campus housing, it has its own perks too. 

Foreign students can go for The Buddy Program where you can find a "Buddy" who helps you find a place outside the campus. This is a safe and handy facility offered by McGill itself.

  • The rent and options in Saint Anne are economical with multiple facilities.
  • Public transport is great and easy to use.
  • Rent usually costs 500 to 1,300 CAD per month with meal plans ranging from 2,600 CAD to 4,000 CAD annually.

The whole area of Saint-Anne de Bellevue is beautiful, small, quiet and comfortable which is littered with nice restaurants and has reasonable rentals. The lakefront is a major attraction for weekends. Foreign students can explore these options if they want to avoid the hostel limitations or other issues.

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In terms of everything, which one should I choose: McGill University or University of Hong Kong?
aman kumar Posted on : January 11th, 2021
It really depends on your own requirements. Both are one of the top Global Universities as per majority of the ranking agencies so you can’t go wrong with them. Moreover, they're both consecutively ranked so reputation wise, both are brilliant. University of hong kong is ranked at #39 by Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2021, while McGill is at #40 position. Thus, both are good universities for international students. HKU gives you a chance to enter the whole Asian economy if you're not from here, while McGill is perfect for those considering working or settling in the Americas. HKU is also feasible for South Asian students because it means proximity to your home country and similar study-culture and job-market. Medium of instruction is English at both places so that’s a plus.  So what remains are some numbers and expenses to take a look at if you’ve no major preferences: Parameter McGill University Hong Kong University Acceptance Rate 45% 10% Tuition Costs 13583 - 34242 USD 11,500 – 34,000 USD Living Expenses 29142 USD 28,000-31,000 USD Placements 81%-95% depending on major Nearly 100% (2018) Subjects Subject wise- Rankings according to US News and World Report for University of Hong Kong and McGill are given below, respectively: Arts and Humanities: #23, #37 Engineering: #36, #84 Computer Science: #67, #127 Microbiology: #33, #60 Social Sciences and Public Health: #54, #36 Placements: Average monthly salary of HKU graduates ranged from 20,000-25,000 USD/month, whereas McGill graduates were offered an average salary of 87,000 CAD per annum.

It really depends on your own requirements. Both are one of the top Global Universities as per majority of the ranking agencies so you can’t go wrong with them. Moreover, they're both consecutively ranked so reputation wise, both are brilliant. University of hong kong is ranked at #39 by Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2021, while McGill is at #40 position.

Thus, both are good universities for international students. HKU gives you a chance to enter the whole Asian economy if you're not from here, while McGill is perfect for those considering working or settling in the Americas. HKU is also feasible for South Asian students because it means proximity to your home country and similar study-culture and job-market. Medium of instruction is English at both places so that’s a plus. 

So what remains are some numbers and expenses to take a look at if you’ve no major preferences:

Parameter

McGill University

Hong Kong University

Acceptance Rate

45%

10%

Tuition Costs

13583 - 34242 USD

11,500 – 34,000 USD

Living Expenses

29142 USD

28,000-31,000 USD

Placements

81%-95% depending on major

Nearly 100% (2018)

Subjects

Subject wise- Rankings according to US News and World Report for University of Hong Kong and McGill are given below, respectively:

  • Arts and Humanities: #23, #37
  • Engineering: #36, #84
  • Computer Science: #67, #127
  • Microbiology: #33, #60
  • Social Sciences and Public Health: #54, #36

Placements:

Average monthly salary of HKU graduates ranged from 20,000-25,000 USD/month, whereas McGill graduates were offered an average salary of 87,000 CAD per annum.

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