Fond of Extra U's has a question about Canadian programs. She also says that the MFA Handbook's list of Canadian Programs is incomplete. I'm not saying she's wrong, but I wish she'd help us all out by proving it with a list. Thanks in advance to her and to anyone who can address her questions.
what do you know about canadian mfa programs? there are some programs listed in the handbook appendix, but from my initial research, i believe the list to be incomplete.
i've also heard that UBC is "the iowa of canadian mfa programs". what other programs are highly regarded? what sort of funding do they tend to offer?
my sense so far has been that the world of mfa programs is less developed in canada than the u.s. and, to be blunt, if you care more about overall quality of experience than residency vs. low-residency, would it be better to do a low-residency program?
finally, do you (or does anyone else) know anything about mfa programs around toronto?