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Thu Dec 31, 2020 4:10 am

university of Toronto Mississauga and Laurier DAN vs Ivey

I am looking at UofT Mississauga management BBA because it has HR management. i wanted to ask what is the competitive range, and do they have co-op? how difficult is it? when are supplementary applications given and due?

what is the difference between DAN and Ivey? under which program can i do hr for DAN and is it a good program?

Asked by Vp23

Chinguacousy Secondary School (Brampton)

3 answers

Thu Dec 31, 2020 5:05 am

Dude, you can find the answer to everything you asked on the U of T website. It outlines admission averages, course layouts, and supplementaries (if any). BMOS is more of a social science program with occasional business courses, it is not a traditional business degree, which is what Ivey is.

hellolol

33 Central School (Fillmore)

Thu Dec 31, 2020 11:11 pm

@hellolol I'm asking because on the book it says range REQUIRED which can i translated it to minimum, so i asked for the competitive range. i searched it up but can't tell if they have co-op or just wrote it as something else because it's not clear cut and in direct writing; if its classroom environment or actually working with other companies.

with BMOS is it still decent enough that employers will still want to consider me because it is Western?

Vp23

Chinguacousy Secondary School (Brampton)

Fri Jan 01, 2021 1:00 am

Anything within 5-10% above the cut-off can pretty much be assumed that you'll get in. It's not even a super competitive program. All co-op placements are done with third party companies. You won't be studying in a classroom, it's like a real job except for course credit instead of money. Yes, BMOS is an employable degree because you are walking out with a lot of the quantitative skills that a traditional business degree would provide but it is not in the same league as Ivey, you will not receive the same opportunities.

hellolol

33 Central School (Fillmore)


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