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  1. I would like to summarize the key points in comparing UBC vs. UofT (2017). 1. Number of Learners Comparing class sizes, UBC is slightly larger than U of T (288 vs. 259). However, UBC's students are spread among 4 campuses; IMP, NMP and SMP with 32 students each while VFMP has 192. U of T is split between 2 campuses, St. George and Mississauga. If I remember correctly, there are 59 students in Mississauga and 200 in St. George. At UBC, 33.3% of their students are distributed to smaller campuses while U of T has 22.7% of their class at Mississauga, if we consider it a satellite campus. IMP,
  2. I would like to summarize the key points in comparing UBC vs. UofT (2017). 1. Number of Learners Comparing class sizes, UBC is slightly larger than U of T (288 vs. 259). However, UBC's students are spread among 4 campuses; IMP, NMP and SMP with 32 students each while VFMP has 192. U of T is split between 2 campuses, St. George and Mississauga. If I remember correctly, there are 59 students in Mississauga and 200 in St. George. At UBC, 33.3% of their students are distributed to smaller campuses while U of T has 22.7% of their class at Mississauga, if we consider it a satellite campus. IMP,
  3. I would like to summarize the key points in comparing UBC vs. UofT (2017). 1. Number of Learners Comparing class sizes, UBC is slightly larger than U of T (288 vs. 259). However, UBC's students are spread among 4 campuses; IMP, NMP and SMP with 32 students each while VFMP has 192. U of T is split between 2 campuses, St. George and Mississauga. If I remember correctly, there are 59 students in Mississauga and 200 in St. George. At UBC, 33.3% of their students are distributed to smaller campuses while U of T has 22.7% of their class at Mississauga, if we consider it a satellite campus. IMP,
  4. Check out this sample student timetable from U of T: http://foundations.md.utoronto.ca/sites/default/files/Sample%20timetable%20%E2%80%93%20year%20one%20Foundations%20Curriculum.pdf First let's assume that people doing research in the summer spend 40 hours/week for 16 weeks. That's 640 hours over 1 summer. Assuming you and the other person are equally productive, you'll need to spend the same time, 640 hours to accomplish the same amount of work in research (i.e. poster, publication). In the new foundations curriculum you only have 1 day of unscheduled time a week. Let's call this 9-5,
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