Sooo. I'm entering my final year of high school this fall and by Christmas have to decide what I want to do in university. I am having difficulty deciding what to apply for and at which university. University options: 1) University of Saskatchewan. PROS- close to home, cheaper CONS- the engineering program is well respected, but I believe their science department is nothing close to my second option, Mcgill 2) McGill. PROS- One of the best universities in the world CONS- More expensive, have to leave home To be honest I'm fine leaving home. The money factor is somewhat important though. I have recently been awarded at $3000 scholarship if I go to UofS and plus it is at least 35% less expensive for tuition (if you go out of province the price soars). However, McGill is said to be an incredible university all around. Right now I'm leaning towards McGill. You're thoughts? My second problem has to do with what degree I want to get. Undergraduate Degree Options: 1) Engineering 2) Physics 3) Chemistry Honestly I don't think I want to spend my life making more man-made materials (engineering), but engineers do get paid higher than physists. If I get a degree in chemistry I'm afraid I'll end up working for a pharmaceutical company and that doesn't sound that fun, but I don't know for certain. A Ph.D (what I plan on getting eventually in the discipline I choose) in physics would be incredible...I think. I think being a professor would be a really neat profession as would doing reserach. Anyways, any assistance you can give me would be appreciated.