Hi everyone, I'm sorry if this has been discussed before but I am in a real pickle here. I want to be an Aerospace Engineer and eventually an entrepreneur in the field (hopefully.lol). I have been accepted to both the UofT Engineering Science Program (which offers Aerospace as an elective in the 3rd and 4th years) and the Aerospace Engineering Program at Ryerson Univeristy. I am wildly conflicted. UofT EngSci is a very tough program and a lot of students complain and drop out or end up with lower than average GPAs. Some students were of the opinion that most employers don't even know what EngSci is. On the contrary it is ranked as one of the best Engineering programs in the world and I would have a broader base in more engineering disciplines(1st 2nd year are common to all EngSci students). This might be an advantage as i hope to establish my own aerospace company in Pakistan (I am from Pakistan). It is also a few thousand dollars more expensive than Ryerson. Ryerson students on the other hand have an easier time and they have the opportunity to intern through the Ryerson Institute for Aerospace Design and Innovation (RIADI) at aerospace giants like Pratt and Whitney and Bombardier. So there is more relevant work experience at Ryerson. Ryerson is not ranked as well as UofT's EngSci though. I hope to pursue a graduate degree after bachelor's and would greatly appreciate any advice I can get.