Hello everyone, I'm currently a Grade 11 IB student living in BC Canada. For the last few years, it has been my goal to get into a good American university. I'm thinking of going into some sort of engineering in university (electrical or mechanical, or both!) However, for the past month, I've been hearing that generally, undergrad in most places is about the same, and there's not a big difference between good Canadian and American universities. I was hoping I could get a few opinions about this. How much different is an education at a good Canadian university compared to a good American university? Would it be an advantage to have a bachelors from America if I plan on going to grad school in America? How often does a student get a job right after getting a bachelors, at say... UBC? Also, by 'good' Canadian universities, I mean schools like Waterloo, UofT, McGill, and UBC; and the American ones (I'm not saying that I'll get into these): MIT, Stanford, UC Berkeley, etc. Thanks for your help!