大学招生开始发榜了

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  2. EARLY ADMISSION(EA)的已经在发榜了。

    村民们进来报个喜,给春节添点喜庆。
    知道有些大学名校EA已经有人拿到了。恭喜!:)
     
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    报喜!朋友小孩被Algonquin College录取。
     
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    12月份就有收到的,现在怎么算 EA 了?而且,加拿大的大学,一直很低调,没有什么好炫的。
     
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    报喜!朋友小孩被 Central Party School 录取。
     
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    牛津、剑桥的通知书都有孩子收到。
     
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    加拿大录取率最低的,最大牛的5个本科专业和学校出炉

    1, Bachelor of Health Sciences, McMaster University:
    2, Software Engineering, University of Waterloo
    3, Engineering Science, University of Toronto
    4, Bachelor of Commerce (BCom) | Sauder School of Business, University of British Columbia
    5, Mechanical Engineering, McGill University



    The 5 toughest undergrad programs in Canada to enter
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    " data-reactid="27" style="margin-top: 0.8em;">Despite being one of the most sought-after engineering programs in North America, Waterloo’s Software Engineering program peaks at number two on our list. One top admissions support specialist admits he’d be “intimidated” by the fact that if he had up to a 95% average he’d still only have a 10% chance of getting in

    " data-reactid="28" style="margin-top: 0.8em;">UBC commerce program receives about 4,500 applications each year but only takes on about six percent of applicants, while U of T’s Engineering Science program had a cutoff rate of 91% this past year

    " data-reactid="29" style="margin-top: 0.8em;">The toughest undergrad program to get into receives approximately 3,500 applications each year—but only accepts about 160 students

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    Canadian universities attract hundreds of thousands of applications each year, but acceptance rates into a few “elite” programs can be a bit trickier to get into.


    Dorward and University Hub co-CEO Joel Nicholson further help break down the top five most difficult undergrad programs to be accepted in Canada—purely from a perspective of acceptance rates and entrance averages:

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    5. Mechanical Engineering, McGill University: McGill’s mechanical engineering program has a top six admissions average minimum for the program of 95% (“a pretty high average just to get in,” noted Dorward) —but it’s based on the top six grade 12 level grades using McGill’s calculations. Applicants have to have taken a minimum of six pre-university courses, but four of these courses (and all pre-requisites) have to be taken at the 4U—fourth-year University-preparation courses—level. Typically students have eight grade 12 level classes, and many universities calculate the average based on their best six grades and drop the two worst ones.

    " data-reactid="66" style="margin-top: 0.8em;">“Basically, if your program requires calculus, even if calculus is your worst mark—it will still include that calculus grade as part of your top six,” said Dorward. “So that 95% is even a greater accomplishment than the typical top six 95%.”


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    4. Bachelor of Commerce (BCom) | Sauder School of Business, University of British Columbia: UBC’s four-year Bachelor of Commerce program gets about 4,500 applications each year, but they only accept about six percent of applicants. And given the acceptance average last year was 92.2%—it’s one extremely difficult program to get into.


    “The reason for that really is that all of the top business student candidates from the West coast would typically go to UBC; whereas in Ontario you’d have competition from Queens, U of T, Western and McGill,” said Dorward. “Queens is very competitive, they would often argue they’re the best undergraduate program in Canada—but in terms of acceptance rates, UBC is the most competitive.”

    3. Engineering Science, University of Toronto: The cutoff average—the lowest possible average you can have to even be considered in this program—was 91% this past year (it changes every year depending on the applicants).

    “So if you’ve got a 90% average—too bad, you’re not getting in,” said Dorward. “So 91% is the cutoff, (but) the average acceptance rate hovers around 94%. So if you’ve got 92%, it’s possible, if you’ve got 97%, it’s possible, but it’s not guaranteed either.”

    According to Dorward, the University of Toronto also weighs extracurriculars, whereas with McGill Engineering it’s purely grade-based.

    “The reason why (McGill Mechanical engineering) was number five vs. U of T Engineering Science is because U of T also weighs things other than grades; (and it’s) typically tough to maintain a 94% average and have extracurriculars,” Dorward added.

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    2. Software Engineering, University of Waterloo: Waterloo’s Software Engineering program is considered to be one of the most sought-after engineering programs in North America—and it’s number two on the list for a number of reasons: Even if a student has between a 90 – 95% average, they only have a 10% chance of getting in to the program this year.

    “That’s pretty scary,” noted Dorward. “If I was a grade 12 student, I would be intimidated by the fact that if I had up to a 95% average, I’d only have a 10% chance of getting in.”

    If a student’s average is above 95%, they’d still only have a 70% chance of getting in to the program—so a slightly higher chance, but still no guarantee by any means.


    “Basically it’s a supplementary application and it’s pretty exhaustive, it asks you a bunch of questions ranging from your extracurricular activities, your programing knowledge and even your reading interests,” said Dorward. “So if you’re in that 95% plus range, (and) if you have a good AIF, your chances would go from 70% probably upwards, but there’s never any guarantee, because it’s so competitive.”


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    1. Bachelor of Health Sciences, McMaster University: This was a tough one since the numbers are pretty convincing for Waterloo’s Software Engineering program.

    “For engineering in general, there’s quite a bit of competition between Waterloo, Queens, the University of Toronto, UBC—lots of universities are pretty strong in engineering; however, with Health Science, one university really sticks out and that’s McMaster,” said Dorward.

    The minimum average to be considered this year is 90%, and students are also required to fill out a supplementary application, which are rated considerably in the application process.

    “So it is somewhat common for people who might have a 95% average to get rejected. By the numbers, at least 3,500 people apply each year. The number of people in that class is 160. We are looking at, at most, a 4.5 percent acceptance rate,” said Dorward. “As a result of the considerable demand and their supplemental application, it is very difficult to get in and be one of the four percent of people who get accepted.”

    Honourable mention…
    Bachelor of Commerce, Queen’s School of Business: It has a similar approach to McMaster Health Science in terms of application—they weigh extracurriculars very heavily. The cutoff average is 87% and the acceptance rate is nine percent.

    When it comes to university admissions, does it matter what high school you go to?
    According to University Hub, it really depends on the university, but with public schools it doesn’t make much of a difference. It is common, however, for some private school students to get an additional boost when it comes to admissions; particularly students from big, international private schools.
     
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    美国 Top 25 Engineering Colleges 申请录取率 -2018

    #1 Massachusetts Institute of Technology, MA
    Research Expenditure: $447.783 million
    PhDs granted (2017): 550
    Graduate Acceptance Rate: 12%
    Undergrad Acceptance Rate: 7 %

    #2 Stanford University, CA
    Research Expenditure: $208.41 million
    PhDs granted (2017): 504
    Graduate Acceptance Rate: 13%
    Undergrad Acceptance Rate: 5 %

    #3 University of California, Berkeley, CA
    Research Expenditure: $219.018 million
    PhDs granted (2017): 340
    Graduate Acceptance Rate: 17%
    Undergrad Acceptance Rate: 12 %

    #4 California Institute of Technology, CA
    Research Expenditure: $114.411 million
    PhDs granted (2017): 138
    Graduate Acceptance Rate: 8%
    Undergrad Acceptance Rate: 7 %

    #5 Georgia Institute of Technology, GA
    Research Expenditure: $558.219 million
    PhDs granted (2017): 628
    Graduate Acceptance Rate: 33%
    Undergrad Acceptance Rate: 20 %

    #6 University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, IL
    Research Expenditure: $238.991 million
    PhDs granted (2017): 320
    Graduate Acceptance Rate: 25%
    Undergrad Acceptance Rate: 46 %

    #7 University of Michigan, MI
    Research Expenditure: $293.93 million
    PhDs granted (2017): 396
    Graduate Acceptance Rate: 25%
    Undergrad Acceptance Rate: 20 %

    #8 Cornell University, NY
    Research Expenditure: $123.162 million
    PhDs granted (2017): 204
    Graduate Acceptance Rate: 28%
    Undergrad Acceptance Rate: 12 %

    #9 Carnegie Mellon University, PA
    Research Expenditure: $103.097 million
    PhDs granted (2017): 256
    Graduate Acceptance Rate: 19%
    Undergrad Acceptance Rate: 13 %

    #10 The University of Texas at Austin, TX
    Research Expenditure: $217.413 million
    PhDs granted (2017): 452
    Graduate Acceptance Rate: 17%
    Undergrad Acceptance Rate: 24 %

    #11 Purdue University, IN
    Research Expenditure: $244.824 million
    PhDs granted (2017): 534
    Graduate Acceptance Rate: 29%
    Undergrad Acceptance Rate: 47 %

    #12 University of California, Los Angeles, CA
    Research Expenditure: $92.343 million
    PhDs granted (2017): 250
    Graduate Acceptance Rate: 27%
    Undergrad Acceptance Rate: 12 %

    #13 Princeton University, NJ
    Research Expenditure: $73.985 million
    PhDs granted (2017): 100
    Graduate Acceptance Rate: 13%
    Undergrad Acceptance Rate: 6 %

    #14 University of California, San Diego, CA
    Research Expenditure: $178.81 million
    PhDs granted (2017): 230
    Graduate Acceptance Rate: 28%
    Undergrad Acceptance Rate: 26 %

    #15 Texas A&M University, TX
    Research Expenditure: $290.413 million
    PhDs granted (2017): 400
    Graduate Acceptance Rate: 27%
    Undergrad Acceptance Rate: 84 %

    #16 University of Wisconsin-Madison, WI
    Research Expenditure: $147.315 million
    PhDs granted (2017): 244
    Graduate Acceptance Rate: 23%
    Undergrad Acceptance Rate: 51 %

    #17 University of Maryland, College Park, MD
    Research Expenditure: $153.254 million
    PhDs granted (2017): 256
    Graduate Acceptance Rate: 26%
    Undergrad Acceptance Rate: 32 %

    #18 University of Southern California, CA
    Research Expenditure: $204.678 million
    PhDs granted (2017): 248
    Graduate Acceptance Rate: 22%
    Undergrad Acceptance Rate: 13 %

    #19 The Pennsylvania State University, PA
    Research Expenditure: $103.583 million
    PhDs granted (2017): 332
    Graduate Acceptance Rate: 22%
    Undergrad Acceptance Rate: 55 %

    #20 Columbia University, NY
    Research Expenditure: $63.596 million
    PhDs granted (2017): 144
    Graduate Acceptance Rate: 22%
    Undergrad Acceptance Rate: 6 %

    #21 University of California, Santa Barbara, CA
    Research Expenditure: $105.822 million
    PhDs granted (2017): 128
    Graduate Acceptance Rate: 17%
    Undergrad Acceptance Rate: 18 %

    #22 University of Minnesota -Twin Cities, MN
    Research Expenditure: $129.625 million
    PhDs granted (2017): 270
    Graduate Acceptance Rate: 29%
    Undergrad Acceptance Rate: 33 %

    #23 Northwestern University, IL
    Research Expenditure: $115.438 million
    PhDs granted (2017): 204
    Graduate Acceptance Rate: 21%
    Undergrad Acceptance Rate: 8 %

    #24 The Johns Hopkins University, MD
    Research Expenditure: $145.491 million
    PhDs granted (2017): 152
    Graduate Acceptance Rate: 35%
    Undergrad Acceptance Rate: 12 %

    #25 Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, VA
    Research Expenditure: $228.281 million
    PhDs granted (2017): 336
    Graduate Acceptance Rate: 22%
    Undergrad Acceptance Rate: 72 %

    #25 University of Virginia, VA
    Research Expenditure: $75.421 million
    PhDs granted (2017): 98
    Graduate Acceptance Rate: 32%
    Undergrad Acceptance Rate: 28 %
     
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    现在的不是EA吧。
     
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    现在不算EA最早的。
    12月就有人拿到了。
     
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    滑铁卢有一个会计专业,一个双学位专业,对学生要求特别高,也难进。成绩不够好,就不要想进去了。
    QUEENS 的商科,也难进。
    你这里,前三个听说过,后两个,不知道。
    读本科,在多伦多大学,性价比不高。
     
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    多大的工程系是很牛的,入学要求主要看绝对分数,对于有些打分很严的高中比如EOM就不给力,每年EOM进WATERLOO很多,进多大的相对就少些。

    UBC的商科算是名牌,压过QUEENS完全合理

    McGill 的机械工程是老牌主力,里面有很多航空航天的内容,加拿大历史上航空航天一直很强。

    这5大金刚专业是加拿大大学各类本科专业的明珠啊。:):cool:
     
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    咱村人对多大不感冒。本科教育,一个班上乌压压的人,效果可想。除了EE, 别的没有特别突出的本科。而且多大打分特别低。多伦多生活费用也很贵,特别是房租。过来人都觉得不值。
     
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    被“Central Party School 录取”是最喜庆的,未来前途无量,远远超过蓝翔大学和美国藤校。:zhichi:
     
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    第一个专业确实牛,不过据说渥太华大学biomedical science更加实惠。
     
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    热老师眼里你那个都不算个学校
     

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