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Hello all! Or dois-je dire, Salut tout le monde! 

J'aimerais écouter plus des étudiants de Moncton. Il semble que tous les étudiants ici sont silencieux! 

J'aimerais savoir plus sur l'université. C'est amiable? Les professeurs son sympathique?

I am thinking of applying here for the Sept 2018 start date. I have applied within Ontario already but wanted to check other provinces out too and I like the dedication Moncton has to French, but I can't seem to find much about them in terms of student satisfaction, reputability, etc. 

Thoughts, opinions and all welcome!  

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La faculté de droit opère de manière assez indépendante de la faculté de droit.

Les étudiants sont silencieux parce que je ne crois pas que ce forum ne soit trop populaire ou intéressant aux gens du coin. C'est plutôt populaire en Ontario / dans l'ouest canadien.

Les professeurs sont bons, il y a eu quelques ajout récemment au corps professoral alors c'est difficile de dire exactement quel est la qualité (j'ai gradué en avril 2017).

C'est certain que l'emphase sur le français est unique au Canada. C'est une petite faculté avec de petite classe alors c'est certain que tous les collègues deviennent une petite famille.

Au niveau de la réputation celle-ci est quelque peu jugé de manière négative mais honnêtement je ne crois pas que cela est justifié. Les gens attribuent beaucoup de poids et d'importance aux évaluation faite par MacLean mais ce sont des analyses et donné quelque peu inexact puisqu'une petite cohorte ne produira pas beaucoup de diplômé qui travaillerons sur Bay Street ou pour des juges de la Cour suprême.

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