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I had stayed at the on-campus housing facility of the university and had spent around $8500/annum. The traveling expenses were around $1800/annum. Some of my friends stayed at the apartments near the university and had spent around $12000, including meal plans for the year.
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.
I live with family so all my expenses are paid except for my food, car, gas & textbooks. Most people in my city take Appartements tho because the ones on campus aren't really fun. Transport is also super accessible so it makes it really easy to get to and from school
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 $150.
It's the closest one, they have classes (in Laval and Montreal) only 40 mins away from me! they have very great reviews. the only other school that has criminology is 3 hours away. The admission fees were a bit expensive, around 2000$, 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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.