Not too easy. Not too difficult.
The professors were ok, and the hard programs were quite hard. The only thing I could do without is the self righteous attitude of some of the professors and students.
When I look back, do I regret not studying? Heck no! I enjoyed myself 5 days a week, and passed my program. I studied enough to get by. I wasn't in the top 10%, but after you graduate if you have experience, no one looks at your marks anymore.
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Advice for students:
I guess one benefit I had was co-op, which gives you 2 years of experience upon graduation, employer referrals (references) from past employers, and money to pay for your school. I think being in a co-op program was the best thing about my program