Congratulations to the Braemar students who took second place at U of T’s competition on Climate Change and Global Health!

Thanks to Connie Chong for organizing!

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According to our students: Saba from Iran

Saba and her friend Ayda are both Braemar College students from Iran

What were your first impressions when you arrived in Toronto?

My first impressions of North America concerned the subway line. I never thought that Canada’s largest city would only have two subway lines!!!!

What has been the best thing about studying at Braemar?

In my view, one of the most important points in education is the teacher! Braemar has many young teachers. Students tend to be more active and have lots of energy if the teachers are young. It can be more comfortable because they can understand the student’s age. They can communicate better and I think Braemar has young and active teachers and that makes it more interesting!

How does studying in Canada differ from Iran?

The most striking difference between these two countries is the diversity of the people in Canada. There are many people who come from various countries, and students can make international friendships. In addition, students will become familiar with different cultures and backgrounds.