Maclean’s Canadian Ranking

The latest edition of Maclean’s annual ranking of Canadian colleges and universities has been published. This ranking group colleges and universities into three categories:

  • Medical doctoral schools which include institutions with doctoral programmes and medical schools
  • Comprehensive schools which have a significant amount of research activity and offer postgraduate programmes including professional degrees
  • Primarily undergraduate universities which have limited postgraduate programmes and relatively few graduate students.

The ranking criteria are Student Awards, Student/Faculty Ratio, Faculty Awards, Total Research Dollars, Scholarships and Bursaries, and Student Services.

The top five medical doctoral schools are:

  1. McGill University
  2. University of Toronto
  3. University of British Columbia
  4. McMaster University
  5. Queen’s University.

The top five comprehensive schools are:

  1. Simon Fraser University
  2. University of Victoria
  3. University of Waterloo
  4. Guelph University
  5. Carleton University.

The top five primarily undergraduate institutions are:

  1. University of Northern British Columbia
  2. Mount Allison University
  3. Trent University
  4. St Mary’s University
  5. Acadia University.






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