1. Which 3 institutions interested you the most? Add details on what (specifically) it was you liked about each one.1. Which 3 institutions interested you the most? Add details on what (specifically) it was you liked about each one.
I would like to go to a Japanese university, but I am thinking of Vancouver community collage that I was interested in Canadian university.
Going to a Japanese university makes it easier to find Japanese work and study for it.I am interested in Canadian universities. Since there are many elective courses, I thought that I could find what I wanted to do. Besides, my teacher will teach me well at the university.
2. If you were applying to post-secondary TODAY, which institution would you want to go to? Which program would you take there? Explain why this is your top choice.
If I go to a university in Canada, I would like to go to VCC. There are many lessons at this university, so the teacher is likely to be kind. I have not decided my future dream yet. Therefore, I would like to find what I want to do in this school class.
3. What is the benefit to seeing so many post-secondary options before you finish high school?
I think that choices will increase by seeing many schools. This makes it easier to find the best school for you.
4. What was your favourite part about seeing these different post-secondary options?
It was easy to understand that classes were written largely at university posters and it was easy to ask about it.