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  1. Hey all, Here is a forum for M.Arch applicants applying to Canadian schools. Share your results and thoughts about the process School : UBC ( 3 year M.Arch program). Background: non-architecture Good luck!
  2. hi! I was admitted to both University of Toronto and University of British Columbia for a master of architecture this fall 2019. I need some opinions from objective outside sources to help me make my decision! Which do you think is a better school? For reference, UBC is offering me a semesters worth of advance credits and the tuition is nearly 10K less than U of T. BUT U of T is a more internationally renowned school, is where I did my undergrad and is close to my home. They gave me an entrance scholarship but not enough to cover the 10K difference in tuition, and no advanced placement. The biggest concern for me is moving across the country to Vancouver when I have some important familial responsibilities near Toronto that make it challenging to leave. Anyway internet stranger, please help me decide!
  3. hi! I was admitted to both University of Toronto and University of British Columbia for a master of architecture this fall 2019. I need some opinions from objective outside sources to help me make my decision! Which do you think is a better school? For reference, UBC is offering me a semesters worth of advance credits and the tuition is nearly 10K less than U of T. BUT U of T is a more internationally renowned school, is where I did my undergrad and is close to my home. They gave me an entrance scholarship but not enough to cover the 10K difference in tuition, and no advanced placement. The biggest concern for me is moving across the country to Vancouver when I have some important familial responsibilities near Toronto that make it challenging to leave. Anyway internet stranger, please help me decide!
  4. Hello, I was wondering if anybody has some information on a phenomena I have been experiencing in the application process. After interviewing at several schools and being waitlisted, more than one school has told me that I can expect an answer on admission in mid-March. I was wondering if this was just coincidental or if there is significance to the mid-March time? Given that the schools are publicly funded, I believed that students had until April 15 to give an admission decision if given an offer. Could it be that these schools are waiting for funding to take an additional student (me)? Or is there some other decision deadline in mid-March that they could have in place? Please let me know your thoughts!
  5. Hi all, I was admitted to Colorado State (CSU) in their Ph.D in Statistics program. I really love the program, but am still waiting to hear from 14 other programs! It is one of my top choices, but is a bit far from my family (SoCal). I love Colorado, so I would choose it in a heartbeat if all the cards were right. Anyway, I have two problems: 1) Their unofficial acceptance email said that they would like me to tell them my decision by March 1st. I'm visiting on 2/22, but have a feeling I won't have heard back from all my programs by March 1st! When they say "if possible", let them know, how much wiggle room do you think I have? Should I tell them that they're one of my top programs, but I just need more time to decide? Not sure if other programs do this with such an early deadline. 2) I also got into NC State's Ph.D in Stats program. They offered me a TAship of $2083.33 a month for 9 months, plus everything else except like $2600 a year in student fees. CSU offered me only $1785 a month for TA stipend (and I'm not sure of other offerings like health insurance and student fees). Are these negotiable? I feel like if it comes down to it and CSU is the more feasible and better fitting program for me, I'd like to try and get a higher monthly stipend amount. This is especially something I want to do since cost of living is a little bit higher in Fort Collins than in Raleigh. Any advice would be appreciated. Thanks!
  6. Deciding between these 2 programs, the MBA seems practical but University of Cincinnati is highly ranked and consistently is on the DI rankings, this year they were #10 for graduate school (MArch). What would you choose and why?
  7. Deciding between these 2 programs, the MBA seems practical but University of Cincinnati is highly ranked and consistently is on the DI rankings, this year they were #10 for graduate school (MArch). What would you choose and why?
  8. Hello, I am applying to M.Arch programs for the fall of 2012 and need only to fulfill the Physics and Calculus prerequisites for matriculation (not all require it, but most). There doesn't seem to be a specific requirement other than "one semester of college level physics" and the same for calculus. However, there are many different calculus and physics courses available at my community college (conceptual physics, intro to physics, elementary physics). The same is the case for calc: short calculus, calculus I, etc. There is even what seems to be a combination of the two: Intro Physics-Calculus Supplement. Not sure what qualifies here. Was wondering if anyone who has been through this could shed some light on this topic. Thanks
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