Originally Posted by Moses
I don't think they have those in Canada.
I just don't get the point of going to college if you want to be a teacher, unless you don't have the marks to get into university (which would be surprising if you want to be a teacher). You're going to have to get a university degree anyway, so why waste time getting a college degree you won't use?
There might be a semantic confusion here. College here is those which only offer bachelor degrees, and universities offer Masters and Doctorates. Casually, though, both are called college, and university is used when specification is needed.
If there's not a confusion, I'm not sure if I know what you mean. You have to get a bachelor's degree first (usually) before you get a Masters, and then a Doctorates. Is it different in Canada? I wouldn't think so, but I don't know for sure.