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They most likely will be the majority go out in April.
I picked Ivey because I did not want to go into accounting. Rotman is huge on accounting. Ivey also has better salary and hiring statistics.
Being accepted to Ivey is not that difficult... As long as you have a perfect GPA and good SAT scores, with a bunch of awards and extra curriculars, you'll be fine.
I got accepted into Ivey with a 4.4 first semester GPA and a 4.2 average GPA. My SAT scores were low, like a 1930, but I have lots of extra curriculars and international experience. Hope that helps!
You just need to write the application well. And the good thing about Ivey is that if you do not get in then you can try again in second year.
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Written by Lauren A. Moore
One thing is certain: Western students love their University. Known for its beautiful campus and steadfast school pride, Western offers an "all-American" experience in a Canadian school. The campus is large, but it's easy to see a familiar face wherever you go. London is a fantastic city for the University, and the students truly run the town. Over time, the city may seem small for the more cosmopolitan students, but Western's school spirit for Homecoming and other rowdy days is irreplaceable. Academically, Western is renowned for its role as a research university and subsequently for its reputable professors. The staff genuinely cares for students, which is unexpected for such a large school. For certain programs and courses, Western isn't difficult in terms of its academics; as long as you do your work, you will succeed.
In the Canadian workforce, the University of Western Ontario has a stellar reputation. However, aside from the Richard Ivey School of Business, companies in the States might not recognize the University. Regardless, the school offers many opportunities that provide experiences that will make all students prepared for their future professional roles. It is rare to find a student that dislikes his or her Western experience, and it's common for many to stay for five-year programs or graduate school because they have so much pride in the University. Western is a great choice for those seeking a true university experience with an immense amount of school spirit.
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