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  • 2020/10/8 13:14
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The latest Canadian University Rankings in 2020! The best overall performance, the best quality of education, the most innovative, the most leading potential! Multi-dimensional ratings, all here!

The well-known Canadian educational media pioneer "MACLEAN’S" has conducted surveys and rankings of Canadian universities from different latitudes. This time studying abroad tyrants shared with everyone that "Mccollin" from the best overall performance (best overall), the best education quality (highest quality), the most innovative (most innovative), the most leading potential (leaders of tomorrow). Let’s take a look at the latest Canadian university rankings based on four dimensions.

These university rankings have been thoroughly researched before they are announced, involving university faculty and staff, senior management, middle school instructors, and business people across the country.

1. Rankings of Best Canadian Universities in 2020


From the ranking list, we can see that among the best performing universities, universities in Ontario occupy 8 of the top 20 universities, 3 in BC, 5 in Quebec, 2 in Alberta, and 1 in Saskatchewan. 1 new province.

2. The 2020 Best Education Quality Canadian University Rankings


It can be seen from the rankings that among the universities with the best education quality, universities in Ontario occupy 8 of the top 20 universities, 3 in BC, 5 in Quebec, 2 in Alberta, 1 in New Zealand, and New Zealand. 1 save.

3. Ranking of the most innovative Canadian universities in 2020


It can be seen from the ranking list that among the most innovative universities, universities in Ontario occupy 8 of the top 20 universities, 3 in BC, 5 in Quebec, 2 in Alberta, 1 in Saskatchewan, New Zealand 1 save.

4. 2020 ranking of the most leading potential Canadian universities


From the above rankings, we can see that among the universities with the most leading potential, universities in Ontario occupy 10 of the top 20 universities, 3 in BC, 5 in Quebec, and 2 in Alberta.

Let's look at the detailed introduction of these schools below:

1. University of Toronto

The University of Toronto has always been the top university that most Chinese international students dream of. The University of Toronto was established in 1827. It can be said that “if I call the second, no one dares to be the first” university in Canada.

Professionals ranging from business administration, law, medicine, engineering, computer technology, aerospace technology, urban planning, humanities to zoology, are all-encompassing, and they are all first-class. Several professors have won Nobel Prizes, and the University of Toronto is known as It is "Canada's Stanford University", which is equivalent to the complex of China's Tsinghua University and Peking University. The school’s School of Business Administration ranks among the top ten in Canada and the top 100 in the world.

2. University of Guelph 

The University of Guelph is located in Guelph, Ontario, Canada. The University of Guelph was established in 1964 when the Ontario Government passed a bill to merge Ontario Agricultural College (OAC), Ontario Veterinary College (OVC) and Macdonald Institute (Macdonald Institute) into Guelph Fu University is a comprehensive public university with comprehensive education and excellent scientific research. The university has an annual research fund of 146 million Canadian dollars. The proportion of female students studying science in Canada is the highest, and the employment rate within 6 months after graduation is 90.15%.

The University of Guelph has a research tradition comparable to that of top universities, and its science and engineering majors such as biology, chemistry, computer, and environmental science are particularly strong. The more popular majors are: Master of Science in Environmental Biology, Master of Science in Fisheries, and Environmental Engineering.

3. Carleton University

Carleton University was founded in 1942. It was originally initiated by the YMCA of Ontario and became a public university in Canada in 1957. It is located in the center of Ottawa, the capital of Canada. Carleton University officially awarded its first degree in 1946, which was journalism and public administration.

Carleton University is a comprehensive university offering more than 65 departments, including journalism, film studies, mass communication, computer engineering, biochemistry, linguistics, business school, architecture, etc. There are currently about 2,000 professors and lecturers, and about 23,000 students, including international students from 147 countries and exchange professors