Wed 15 Oct 2003
By their own account, the life of a Canadian University Undergraduate is a pretty satisfying one.
Regardless of educational institution attended, students from across the country report that they are at least “somewhat” satisfied with their overall educational experience; they are giving passing grades to their professors and are reasonably confident that their lessons will eventually prepare them for the workforce.
That however is the view of University life from 35,000 feet.
When analyzing the full breadth of the over 24,000 responses we received to the Second installment of the University Report Card, you cannot but be struck at how dramatically different the student experience is from one school to the next.