Institut d'╔tudes Politiques, Strasbourg, France Political Science, Undergraduate, University Agreement
I know all the universities in Montreal quite well. I would say that Concordia distinguishes itself by it's multicultural aspect, most of the students are immigrants or children of immigrants. This diversity is also true concerning their age. This makes this university a really diverse one very representative of the reality of Montreal.
I liked Montreal a lot. It's not the nicest city in the world but life there is really enjoyable. A proof of this ? I am back there, studying in HEC. Convinced ? Don't hesitate to contact me for questions.
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During my experience abroad, I ... (1) Never – (4) A lot
The courses are generally very good covering a lot of material and giving you a vast array of knowledge. However, I’ve had many difficulties for both terms getting into classes I’ve wanted, for example I was prohibited from joining a political science class if I wasn’t fully enrolled in the course. Some teachers aren’t as engaging as I would hope but all have extensive knowledge and are always open to questions. Student life is complicated with two separate campuses, living on the Loyola campus doesn’t make for a very good or cheap experience of Montreal student life. Services are generally average, excellent gym facilities though very limited sport programs. Health care services are very good considering they’re included in tuition, however the cafeteria could be largely improved with healthier food.
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Great city, one of the largest choices for undergraduate courses
Almost too large of a university to suit the needs of the students
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