Humber Open House this weekend

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    I'll be headed over. Now that I've been accepted, I feel like there's so much i want to know. Is anyone else going to head out to Humber this weekend?
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    Have fun! it's a great campus!
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    Thanks Bos! I know you're probably still pending a firm response - but any further info on your acceptance?
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    Quote from Galipemi
    I'll be headed over. Now that I've been accepted, I feel like there's so much i want to know. Is anyone else going to head out to Humber this weekend?
    Well, I just finished my last exam- A&P today. I think it went pretty well! So, not it's just a waiting game! I'll find out next week I'll let you know.
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    I got accepted! Wooooooooooo see you in September!
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    Congratulations! I know you've been waiting to hear - that's fantastic! I'll be excited to "know" someone Now all that's left is to pay tuition, deal with immunizations, police record checks and wait anxiously for class registration to open. I don't know if I'll be able to wait patiently
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    Thanks!!!!
    Haha I know! I'm sooooooooooo excited. I can't wait!
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    Quote from Galipemi
    I'll be headed over. Now that I've been accepted, I feel like there's so much i want to know. Is anyone else going to head out to Humber this weekend?
    Hi! I've just applied for the BN program at Humber as well- do you know if it is the same credentials as the BScN offered through U of T or Western? I am having a hard time figuring out the differences in the two programs and I would hate to be limited in career options because I did one over the other!
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    At the end of your education both schools prepare you to write the CRNE which would license you as a Registered Nurse. The education provided is equivalent knowledge base. As I understand it, Humber gears more towards a hands on education whereas UofT is a more academic curriculum. Since the province mandates the subjects covered, they are considered equivalent and both programs offer a bachelor's degree.

    Hope that helps - let me know if you hear back on an acceptance, best of luck!
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    Yes, Galipemi is right. It is equivalent. Humber's degree is actually from New Brunswick, and in NB they are referred to as a BN instead of a BscN. Just a simple name difference


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