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Geological Eng at Waterloo or Queen's?

  1. May 30, 2012 #1
    I need to select a university by this Friday... which school, Waterloo or Queen's, is better for geological engineering? I'm interested more in mineral/energy exploration, so in terms of program, reputation, and overall campus life, which school is best?

    Waterloo
    - five 4-month co-op work terms
    - great rep as an engineering school
    - goods ECs available for eng, like design teams

    Queen's
    - one 12 to 16 month internship
    - good social life, campus
    - a general first year eng

    Tuition and location is roughly the same for both schools, so they aren't really an issue.

    Thanks!
     
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