Engineering, decision help!
ANYWAYS, the point is, in terms of engineering, I don't know where to go. I also applied to McGill but have yet to hear from them.
Opinions and thoughts on any of these programs? For the record, I really don't like Waterloo. I have visited twice and absolutely cannot stand the campus. It feels like a high school. Yes, I know, they have an amazing program plus co-op, but to be frank I don't think I could live there for five years. I know U of T offers co-op, but its not quite the same.
Also, for any U of T eng students hear, is it really as bad as I hear it is? I am going to be coming out of high school with at least a 94 average (I hope), currently getting a 97 in the calculus and vectors course. I have no issue with working hard and spending time studying, however a social life is always nice (i want to do a varsity sport too). I've heard that it is extremely difficult to get good grades at U of T so that if you want to go into grad school after you're basically screwed. I know that opinions differ, so any thoughts on this would be great.
And when it comes down to it, do employers really look at which school you go to? Between U of T, Queens, Waterloo and McGill I figure I cant REALLY go wrong as they are all reputable universities with good programs, but I've just heard so much about ____ university sucks and _____ this one is bad for this and blahblahblahblah.