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Re: Du học Canada

Hồ Lê Việt Hưng nói:
Tại sao nên du học Canada?

Ngành giáo dục Canada có giá cả cạnh tranh .
Học tập ở Canada không miễn phí, nhưng có thể trang trải được. Giá trung b́nh đối với học sinh nước ngoài trong một năm học (8 tháng) trong chương tŕnh khoa học tự nhiên hay văn khoa là 7.100 đô la Canada (4.765 đô la Mỹ).

Tỉnh : Ontario
Bậc đại học : $6,170 - $13,066
Sau đại học : $3,600 - $25,000






Hầu như những gì bạn nói về Canada đều đúng cả nhưng trừ có tuition fee thì mình thấy bạn nói như trên chỉ dành cho high school. Chứ còn lên DH tuition fee là khoảng từ 13000 - 16000, tùy từng trường bạn đăng ký. Còn tiền ăn ở la khoảng 7000 . Ngoài ra chi tiêu vặt thì là phụ thuộc vào mỗi người nên khó đánh giá được . Con tiền học mỗi năm không giống nhau mà càng lên cao thì càng đắt hơn.
 
Hung, ay lay cai bang xep hang nay o dau the??? O Canada noi chung truong DH nao o undergrad deu co cai manh rieng, chon truong co`n tuy vao nganh mi`nh hoc nua~...to ko phai nghien cuu ky ve cac truong DH lam nhung Queen's university ma dung tan thu 21 thi ho*i nha`m la~n..
Nam ngoai cut offs diem high school apply vao business school cua Queen's la` 95%/100%..program cua no nho nhung to't, ngoai ra phai viet 7 short essays nua~...a(.c! Nghi~ den thay khiep'!
Le
 
Ừ há, trên chỉ là bảng xếp hạng chung thôi ấy ạ, chứ còn ngành thì khác nhiều, tớ nhớ nhing thấy bảng xếp hạng ngành rùi, nhưng mà quên bookmark lại nên bây giờ khó tìm wá :(

Nguồn của bảng xếp hạng:

The Gourman Report, Undergraduate Programs, Dr. Jack Gourman, Princeton Review Publishing, NY, USA, ISBN 0-679-77780-6, Random House, Inc., www.randomhouse.com


Gourman Report Ranking of Canadian Universities
Since 1967, Jack Gourman, Ph.D., has made an intensive effort to determine what constitutes academic excellence in American universities. The results of his research, published in the Gourman Report, has become a qualitative guide used extensively by professional education counselors and university administrators in the United States.

The Gourman Report, Undergraduate Programs, examines leading American institutions in 140 individual programs. Canadian universities and Canadian engineering programs are also evaluated. Numerical scores assigned to each university and program are derived from a comprehensive assessment of each program’s strengths and shortcomings.

The Gourman Report is not a popularity contest or an opinion poll. It is an objective evaluation of complex information drawn from the public record, private research foundations, and the universities themselves.
 
Chỉnh sửa cuối:
Cong nhan ban Hung chiu kho ti`m toi that!!! To phuc ay day:)To o day ma chang biet gi`...hi`, cai strengths and weaknesses nhi`n cho'ng ca mat..nhung Schulich school of business thi` manh ve` international business that! oh, ma sao ko co' Richard Ivey nhi?
Ay co gi` nua ko, share cho moi nguoi voi!!! Brravvooo Hu*ng!!!
Le^
 
:shock: Hic, mọi người đừng tưởng tớ bị hội chứng kiểu như là studying-abroad-maniac thì toi. Tớ chỉ biết 1 chút về Mĩ thôi, còn Canada thì có nghe ngóng 1 chút vì bạn tớ có ý định sang đấy nên nhờ tìm hiểu hộ. Mấy cái kia lên Overture làm 1 cái search là xong ý mà. Hôm nay bị bọn nó giữ lại ở trường chẳng có cái gì để làm cả :(

Tớ đang định apply vào thử 1 trường ở Canada xem sao, các bạn ở CA có biết trường nào có computer science mạnh không, chỉ giao nhé. Thanks a lot :)
 
Theo tạp chí Maclean's của Canada, năm ngoái Canadian Universities Overall Rank như sau:

1. University of Toronto
2. Queen's University
3. McGill University
4. University of British Columbia
5. Western Ontario University
6. McMaster University
etc...

To em Vy:
hehe em có fake ID không? chị phải xài fake ID 2 tháng trong khi chờ đợi cho đủ 19... đến lúc 19 rồi lên Montreal chơi thấy bọn 18 đã được consume liquor mà tức.. hehe..
bao giờ em có Reading break (Reading Week)? lên Toronto đi.. :D
 
Chỉnh sửa cuối:
check this out.. really funny!! :D


Ontario University Life

Okay, so the summer has ended and school is about to start again soon. Well, you've probably gotten together with old friends during the summer and have probably noticed different things about each of them since they attended different schools. This is what you may have noticed about each:


Carleton University:
Your friend will constantly talk about Carleton producing 'successful' alumni such as washed-up comedian Dan Ackroyd and Michael Cowpland (founder of Corel which unsuccesfully tried to fight Microsoft before almost going bankrupt and then was bought by Microsoft). However, they fail to mention that the aforementioned alumni donate their money back to University of Ottawa, and not Carleton. Your friend may look like a 'Fresh Prince of Belair' character as well.

Lakehead University:
Your friend couldn't come back home during reading week because by the time
he or she made it all the way home, they'd have to start heading back up. They talk about never going back again to Lakehead and ponder working at an automotive plant for the remainder of their lives since a degree from Lakehead means nothing.

Laurentian University:
Your friend will come back with a sense of well- being and being 'at one with nature'. They'll claim that they chose to attend Laurentian for the natural beauty of Sudbury, but will secretly tell you that the whole city smells like sewage and sweaty miners. They'll conceal from you the fact that they find the smell of skunks pleasant compared to the smell of the miners.

McMaster University:
Just like Queens, your friend will talk about it being 'the place to be' and talk about McMaster being one of the few schools with its own nuclear reactor. However, they fail to mention that its nuclear reactor is one atomic collision away from causing another Chernoble and that citizens of Hamilton dress in all-gray to blend in with the colour scheme of the city.

Ryerson University:
Your friend constantly reminds you that its a 'university' and not a college and reminds you that its among the top in Engineering. What they fail to tell you is that it borders the Gay/Lesbian area of Toronto and has homeless bums harassing students. Your friend may also have breathing problems after being exposed to Toronto's smoggy air for too long.


Queens University:
Your friend was once a proud member of an ethnic group but has come back acting like a Gino, blasting techno beats. He or she may constantly talk about Kingston being 'the place to be' and talk about Queens' medical program being among the best. They may also remind people that Kingston was once the capital of Canada. However, they fail to realise its Kingston and that no one cares.

UofT - Erindale:
Your friend talks in a new language - Punjabi - after being around so many South Asian people for too long. They also talk about how the Toronto Argonauts football team practices at Erindale but fail to realise how bad the Argonauts are. On the plus side, the Argonauts can now run better after being exposed to a vibrant curry smell on campus.

UofT - Scarborough:
Your friend constantly talks about how they've got many girlfriends or boyfriends at school and how they're 'keeping it real' because of the gangster influence. What they fail to tell you is that their school isn't a school but actually a local nightclub that operates during the day. Western students beware!

UofT - St.George:
After being at a school with so many students, your friend will lack individuality and has come back as a robot. They may address themselves by their student number instead of their name and may talk in a monotone voice because of their lack of individuality.


University of Guelph:
Your friend was originally planning to be a veternarian or go into environmental sciences but somehow, they're now studying Business. Your male friends chose to attend Guelph for the great guy-girl ratio but came back angry after learning that all the women still have boyfriends back home. Your female friends will return disappointed after learning that the men are all farmers and hicks.

University of Ottawa:
Your friend will stick up for their school where possible but secretly tell you that they only came to Ottawa after they were rejected by their first choice. Your friend will visit Parliament Hill and protest whatever is being protested because "its fun" and because "there's nothing better to do".

University of Waterloo:
Being the top school in Canada, Waterloo students are smug and arrogant believing that they are the best around. They fail to mention that the library was designed by Waterloo students and that it's sinking into the ground after the students forgot to account for the weight of the books in the library. Way to go!

University of Western Ontario:
Your friend will come back home and talk about how great the social life is at Western. However, they won't recall a thing about school and will wonder what you're talking about when you mention the words 'integral' or 'theorem' to them. They may think you're talking about bars instead and will probably invite you out for a drink.

University of Windsor:
Your friend will talk about Windsor attracting some of the best students regardless that the university somehow felt the need to run infomercials to promote itself. They fail to mention that the school harasses prospective students to choose Windsor, often begging students in their offers and offering ridiculous amounts of money that it doesn't have.


Wilfred Laurier University:
Your friend will come back depressed because their attempts to mingle with Waterloo students were unsuccessful. They may try to marry a Computer Science or Engineering student from Waterloo because of their infatuation with the school but will return home empty-handed. They may consider suicide as a reasonable option.


York University:
Your friend is trying to switch to a different school. Enough said.


Flemming College/High School..... whatever!
Your friend plants trees, plays in the mud, video tapes vomiting competitions and flushes poo into a septic tank.
 
Chi Lan, reading week em sẽ lên chỗ Lê với Chị Khoa đó ạ...có gì chị lên chơi luôn nhé ;) Mà em không có fake ID...em chỉ vào bar & club of trường thì có Wet & dry card ,,được vào nhưng cấm drink :p Mình đi chơi vui là chính chứ cũng đâu cần drink mấy :D
Ah mà cái chị post về các trường đúng lắm ạ vì có nhiều bài viết cũng fản ánh như vậy ( of course , it's just for fun )

Canadian Terminology: Universities as Grammar!

Guelph - v; to vomit due to drinking.
Usage : If I have one more shot, I think I'll Guelph.

York -- v; to spit out a large, coughed-up phlegm loogie with chunks in it.
Usage : "hack!" "puhtooie!" Mmmm ... I just Yorked.

Ryerson -- v; to claim to be something you are not.
Usage : He totally Ryersoned on me man, it's only four inches!

Queen's -- v; to act superior, the opposite of humble
Usage: That dude was totally Queens.

Trent -- n; giant green floating poop.
Usage : Dude, I just hung a major Trent!

Lakehead -- v; to forget everything.
Usage : Shit, I went completely Lakehead on that exam!

Windsor -- v; party, slack-off
Usage : Why study when you can Windsor!

Western -- v; to obtain commitment-free sex.
Usage : We're going out to the bar to see if we can Western tonight.

Carleton -- n; easy access.
Usage : She was wearing jogging pants; it was real Carleton.

Ottawa -- n; horrible french accent.
Usage : He speaks with an Ottawa.

McMaster -- v; to pleasure oneself.
Usage : He's in his room McMastering.

Laurentian -- n; a desperate plea.
Usage : Please, I Laurentian you!

McGill -- v; swelling of the head.
Usage : Her head has completely McGilled!

Nippissing -- v; to void an enlarged bladder.
Usage : I just drank 16 beers, I freaking need to Nippissing.

R.M.C. -- n; severe beating.
Usage : He got a savage R.M.C.!

Waterloo -- v; to fart in a tub/pool.
Usage : Ahh gross! Did you just Waterloo!?!

Concordia -- adj; young, innocent.
Usage : I dig those Concordia girls.

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- Why don't they have Christmas at Western?
- They can't find a virgin and three wise men.

- How do they separate the men from the boys at McMaster?
- With a restraining order.

- A severe storm rumbled through Guelph last week and destroyed the entire town : $10 worth of damage was reported.

- Why is it so windy in Kingston?
- Because Queen's blows!

- What do you get when you drive quickly through the Lakehead campus?
- An undergraduate degree.

- What's the first thing a Carleton girl does when she wakes up in the morning?
- Walk home.

- How can you tell if a Trent student is a heterosexual?
- He can outrun his roommate!

- What does a U of T student call a Laurier student after graduation?
- Boss.

- Why do they sell so many button-fly jeans in Guelph?
- Because the sheep can hear the zippers a mile away.

- Did you hear that the library at Ryerson burned down?
- Naturally, the students were very upset...some of the books weren't
colored-in yet.

- Why do York graduates put a copy of their diploma in the window of their vehicles?
- So they can park in handicap spaces.

- How do you get a Western grad off your front porch?
- Pay him for the pizza.

- Who does the Waterloo Engineering Society fear the most?
- Immigration.

Top Ten Reasons why University is like Preschool:

10. You cry for your mother.
9. You cross the street without looking for cars.
8. Snack time is a necessity.
7. You bundle up for the outdoors without caring what you look like
6. You stay at home and play games with your friends.
5. You wear your backpack on both shoulders.
4. You never eat what you are supposed to eat, and don't eat what you're supposed to eat.
3. Playing in the rain is a completely legitimate activity.
2. You take naps.
1. You can't remember all of your classmates' names.

You Know you've been in University too long when

A Kilometre is not too far to walk for a party
You wear dirty socks three times in a row and think nothing of it
You'd rather clean than study (isn't that weird?)
You utter "Damn! How did it get so late!" at least once a night.
Often you don't wake up in your own bed and it seems normal.
Minesweeper (Snood, Counter Strike, or solitaire) is more than a game -
it's a way of life.
You schedule your classes around sleep habits and soaps.
You go to sleep when it's light and get up when it's dark.
You live for getting your mail, even junk mail.
Looking out the window is another form of entertainment.
Prank phone calls become funny again.
It feels weird to take a shower without shoes.
You start thinking and sounding like your roommate.
Black lights and highlighters are the coolest things on earth.
Rearranging your room is your favorite pastime.
Your only source of money is Meal Points.
The weekend lasts from Thursday to Sunday


At University I LEARNED...
That it didn't matter how late I scheduled my first class, I'd sleep through it.
That I could change so much and barely realize it.
That you can love a lot of people in a lot of different ways.
That if you wear polyester everyone will ask why you are so dressed up.
That every clock on campus shows a different time.
That if you were smart in high school, so what?
That I would go to a party the night before a final.
That you can know everything and fail a test.
That you can know nothing and ace a test.
That Home is a great place to visit, but I wouldn't want to live there.
That most of my education would be obtained outside of class.
That friendship is more than getting drunk together.
That I would be one of those people that my parents warned me about.
That Sunday is a figment of the world's imagination.
That Psychology is really Biology, Biology is really Chemistry,Chemistry is really Physics and Physics is really Math.
That my parents would become so much smarter in the last few years.
That it's possible to be alone even when you are surroundedn by friends
That friends are what makes this place so worthwhile!
 
hahhahaa so funny... so true...
trường chị học công nhận thiên hạ gangsta thật... với cả trường lúc nào cũng như 1 cái night club vậy.. đi học mà chúng nó dressed up như đi clubbing.. hê hê... thế mà chúng nó học chăm hơn mình mới lạ...
ở vietnam thiên hạ thường học hành bê tha nếu như họ dành nhiều thời gian party up..
công nhận vừa học vừa chơi mới khoái..
You'd rather clean than study (isn't that weird?)
mà không hiểu sao từ ngày vào ĐH, chị đâm ra chăm dọn phòng.. trong khi hồi ở nhà thì còn lâu.. :D

Uh có khi Reading week chị lên chỗ con Toét chơi... có gì gặp em ở đó luôn.. hehehe exciting :D
 
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