The McGill University has been ranked No. 1 on the list of the Canadian universities devoting the most significant portion of their operating budget to student scholarships and bursaries for medical doctoral studies, according to Maclean’s magazine report. The University of Ottawa and Queen’s University tied for the second position with 11.5%, followed by Dalhousie University at 11.1% percent (No. 4), and the University of Toronto at 11% percent (No. 5).
The magazine placed Western University in sixth on the list ahead of the University of Calgary, and the University of Manitoba.
Universite de Montreal and Universite Laval round out the list at nine and ten, respectively.
The University of British Columbia took the No. 11 spot, followed by the University of Alberta (No.12) and University of Saskatchewan (No.13).
Meanwhile, McMaster University ranked No. 14 in the list of the Canadian universities devoting the largest portion of their operating budget to student scholarships and bursaries for medical doctoral studies for 2018, Universite de Sherbrooke ranked No. 15th.
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These 15 universities in Canada offer the most scholarships for medical doctoral studies, 2018:
|2||University of Ottawa||11.5%|
|5||University of Toronto||11%|
|7||University of Calgary||9.6%|
|8||University of Manitoba||9.3%|
|9||Universite de Montreal||8.6%|
|11||University of British Columbia||8.1%|
|12||University of Alberta||7.9%|
|13||University of Saskatchewan||6.9%|
|15||Universite de Sherbrooke||6.6%|
Note: the third column in the table is the percentage of its operating expenditures to scholarships and bursaries.