A few reviews say that getting into Concordia University in Quebec is easy but graduating is difficult I have been granted admission for an MS in software engineering Is it true

A few reviews say that getting into Concordia University in Quebec is easy but graduating is difficult I have been granted admission for an MS in software engineering Is it true

I do not think you should be worried.Let me tell you why.Firstly it is not entirely true that getting in to Concordia is easy.

Their acceptance rate is in seventies.Here is a link that talks more about it Concordia University in Montréal, QC – Find information about admissions, tuition, majors and campus life at Petersons.com.Simply put, it is “moderately difficult”.

Another link which you might have seen but has a lot of key facts: Concordia University.Next, the undergrad graduation rate is high (Concordia graduation rate at national average).I am not saying that it applies to graduate rates as well but it is a good hint.

Which means you have nothing to worry about.Finally, you are going to start your Master’s.You knew it would not be a cakewalk when you decided to apply.

You got in, which means you have the capability needed to finish.Why are you worried about what others say?They may or may not have been completely honest.

But it should not bother you.You should aim at working hard and doing what ever necessary to complete your degree.There will always be these ‘reviews’.

Do not let them ruin what otherwise would be a wonderful learning experience.

honestly i don’t personally know anybody who got in and didn’t finish.Most of the ones i heard about dropping out were for personal reasons , health issues .A few were for people in over their heads trying to balance family life , full or part time jobs with a class schedule .Courses are balanced , a few foreign teachers are a bit hard to understand especially if English is not your first language but i found them very helpful during office hours if i needed to go over a point i didn’t get during the class .Of course it was more than 10 years ago now but as far as learning opportunities goes i really enjoyed my time there and even when i was put on academic probation for one semester due to my insufficient English level at the time i found help when i needed it and managed to get back on track