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Concordia University, Montreal

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  • I was invited back to my alma mater to speak with some students about my experiences after leaving Concordia, but first I was toured through the JMSB and it was amazing. After an hour long presentatio...  more »
  • We toured just the downtown campus - beautiful interiors and some of the building are linked by tunnels.  more »
  • One of the English universities located in Montreal. Many university buildings in the Guy-Concordia Metro area there. See Japanese tourists who compared with McGill University and sober atmosphere at the practical heart, so too may not be.
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  • Only good times there! ...with some stress due to half-assed Computer science/engineering teachers with bad explanations, thus forcing you to do everything on your own... struggling to get above a B grade if you tend to go out with friends and skip some studying. Outside of faculty teachers and classes are much better, eg. JMSB teachers/classes, easily get a B+, without much effort but; 1. attend the classes, 2. listen and 3. do the work assigned, which isnt even that hard to accomplish. overall great place to study, glad to be part of the family! with that said, Concordia ftw!!!
  • Honestly great experiences. But i must give such a low rating for the absolute lack of the service end. None of the admissions staff knows anything about their system, it was very frustrating to try to find any answers.
  • Great open atmosphere University. The downtown Sir George Wilfred Campus have a modern city vibe to it. It also has another campus in NDG called Loyola Campus which is more green and have old building.
  • The quality of education varies greatly between faculties and even departments. I would say the Downtown Campus excels in Math, Engineering, Business. Loyola Campus is more uniform in terms of quality between departments.
  • Terrible administration and student services. Can never get anything done because either the line is busy or you get ping-ponged between 2 offices because no one wants to do their job. While I had good teachers in maths, those I had in computer science were AWFUL. Bad teachers and bad programmers that took bad code practices in their examples to whole new levels. For computer science, in my experience, this is literally the last place you should consider. The other students were very friendly though so they have that going for them, which is nice.