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Hey everyone! Hope you all are doing well! I have been accepted into the York/Seneca collabs and both Ryerson collabs and need help deciding which one I should go to. If someone could list some of the pros and cons to each program that would be great! I’m leaning towards Ryerson but I have heard that they have 7 courses in one semester which sounds terrifying. At the same time, I have a friend at York that says the constant strikes are overwhelming and sometimes they go into clinicals with having half of the skills being self-taught. I hope someone will be able to help me(: -Sagana

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  1. Hello Sagana, it sucks that u didnt get an answer so far. I got my acceptance in February for nursing at all the three sites from Ryerson. I feel like the ryerson collab is much better than york. Simply because, many ppl have negative opinion about the york in general (due to strikes and stuff). What I generally look, is the distance from home till school, the environment of the school, and what the actual students say about the program at their campus. Two reasons why I didnt apply to york was, that the seneca campus is far (cuz i live in scarb) and two, york has this whole strike thing so ye. My friend says that managing 7 courses is not too bad. Nursing at gbc isnt bad i hear. so im planning to go there. I would recommend going into the ryerson collab, but u gotta check the distance, environment and then decide if u prefer the ryerson collab. But at the end of the day, it really doesn’t matter where u attended, its the education u have received. Anyways gl!

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