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Canadian Business Undergrad Programs

bwpmanbwpman Registered User Posts: 4 New Member
edited June 2008 in College Search & Selection
Firstly, bear with me if I make any mistakes in this forum as this is my first post. I was wondering which Canadian Undergrad programs (preferrebly Ontario or Quebec) get the most recruitment from American Ibanks. Any help would be appreciated.
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Replies to: Canadian Business Undergrad Programs

  • Titan124Titan124 Registered User Posts: 385 Member
    Whenever thinking about canadian schools, just remember McGill and UToronto.
  • bwpmanbwpman Registered User Posts: 4 New Member
    lol yeah well your right in that those two popped up in my mind lol, but what abt commerce at queens, schulichs bba, westerns hba and mcgill has a finance but not honours should i do that over their other programs oh and do they require you do french in hs, cuz then thats not an option for me lol.

    thanks
  • bwpmanbwpman Registered User Posts: 4 New Member
    no more suggestions, I thought this place had more Canadians, oh well lol and i also found out u dont need core French for mcgill,, stupid of me to think that though so no more suggestions then, I heard that uft commerce has a system where only a certain amount of ppl get As or something, not too sure though....
  • TourGuide446TourGuide446 - Posts: 3,099 Senior Member
    York and Western Ontario are particularly good in business.
  • bwpmanbwpman Registered User Posts: 4 New Member
    yea but not too interested with applying two years in for western and i dont think schulich gets recruiting from american ibanks and not too much from canadian ones as its strengths arent in finance (so ive heard, please correct me if im wrong) and ive read that people dont want to do the AEO since getting 80 averages in the first 2 years might be hard, though ive heard that they and mcgill get a lot of wall street positions and that queens and ivey both get a few bay street positions too .
  • ivyleaguerivyleaguer Registered User Posts: 475 Member
    also look into wilfrid Laurier and Queen's. Queen's has an ivy feel and top academics.
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