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by Deborah Noel
Congratulations! You have decided to go back to school. Good for you!
Having made that big decision you are now faced with another problem: Which school do you choose?
The good news is, living in the GTA presents a wider variety of educational options than anywhere else in Canada. Here are some tips to help you decide.
For anyone thinking about finally going back to do a degree, for some professional development, some skills upgrading, or want to retrain for a new job....
Or for anyone taking a course or two or three for the sheer joy of learining something new...
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