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da school guy
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posted 12-23-2002 01:30 PM              Reply w/Quote

Hi was looking at design schools in canada and was looking at Emily Carr , has anyone heard about this schools reputation in the industry or know about how respected it is also does anyone know any other top schools for option in Canada . thanks

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Canadian ID
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posted 12-23-2002 08:40 PM              Reply w/Quote
run a search, you will find lots of past threads on this topic.

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candian ider
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posted 01-09-2003 03:23 PM              Reply w/Quote
try U of Calgary

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seanna
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posted 01-18-2003 07:17 PM              Reply w/Quote
i use to attend Emily Carr and have an ex-fiancee who still does. it's an amazing school in all respects. usually, no matter what you are looking for it fits. they have a great turnout rate for graduates. it's an awesome atmosphere as well

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No clue
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posted 01-19-2003 04:02 PM              Reply w/Quote
Emily Carr has pathetic fine arts/sculpture/printing/photography. The graphic design and multimedia is the strongest department. The industrial design department is very choppy. The students are as a whole not driven. The best advice is stay away from the tenured teachers here, they have architecture degrees from University of British Columbia and can not design. They talk, but can't design themselves. The driving force of the department has good intentions, but good intentions are not enough. If you are a mature driven student and can get past the problems and avoid the pitfalls it is possible to do good work. The above does not have a clue with all due respect and has no idea of the competitive forces at some of the other schools. Some extremely talented kids don't get their talent developed to the extent it should. The norm is that there are 1 or 2 talents in a given year.

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scb
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posted 01-19-2003 07:59 PM              Reply w/Quote
www.id.carleton.ca

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