So I am starting my applications for grad school in the Fall of 2016, and I am pretty much settled on medical physics being my first choice after much debating and consideration. So far I am looking at the following programs: -Radiation Oncology Physics at University of Calgary -Medical Physics at University of Victoria -Medical Biophysics at Western U -Medical Physics at Carleton Browsing their websites is one thing, but I'd like to hear if anyone has first hand insight? What are their facilities like? Is there access to clinical work and equipment? Are they respected? How is the funding? Good professors? How competitive is admissions? Anything you could tell me about one of the programs would be great! Thanks in advance guys.