Why do Canadian universities have high acceptance rates?
Some of the Canadian Universities acceptance rate I have founded are as follows.
- Western (31%)
- Queen’s (42%)
- McGill (49%)
- Waterloo (53%)
- Simon Fraser (60%)
- University of British Columbia (64%)
- University of Toronto (69%)
- Concordia University (Either it’s in the mid 70’s or 80’s depending on the program)
University in Canada is different from other systems in that in Canada, you choose a school on the strength of the program you want, not the strength of the school. So when you group stats up for all programs it makes some schools look worse than they actually are and other schools better than they actually are.
Acceptance rates don’t mean anything as a whole in Canada as much as the US. Canadian schools normally have a specialty program like how Waterloo has Engineering.
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By lanreadeyemi •
28 days ago