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27 Canadian Universities Included In World University Rankings 2018

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Led by the University of Toronto, Canada has 27 institutions among the best universities in the world, according to the Times Higher Education (THE) World University Rankings 2019. Performing at the top of the 27 Canadian Universities, UToronto was ranked 21st, moving up from last year’s 22nd, the rankings showed.

Other Canadian universities included in the top 200 rankings were University of British Columbia (37th), Montreal’s McGill University (44th), McMaster University (77th), the University of Montreal (90th), University of Alberta (132nd), University of Ottawa (176th), Western University (190th), and the University of Calgary (199th).

University of Waterloo, Dalhousie University, Laval University, Queen’s University, Simon Fraser University, were grouped in the 251–300 cohort, and the University of Victoria in the 301–350 group. The report lists over 1,250 universities in the world and claims to be the “only global university performance table to judge research-intensive universities across all of their core missions: teaching, research, knowledge transfer, and international outlook.”

Concordia University, Université du Québec, University of Regina, Université de Sherbrooke, University of Windsor were found in the 601-800 grouping and the University of Northern British Columbia (UNBC) in the 801–1000 group.

The top 27 universities in Canada for 2019:

1. University of Toronto: 21
2. University of British Columbia (UBC): 37
3. McGill University: 44
4. McMaster University: 77
5. University of Montreal: 90
6. University of Alberta: 132
7. University of Ottawa: 176
8. Western University: 190
9. University of Calgary: 199
10. University of Waterloo: 201–250
11. Dalhousie University: 251–300
12. Laval University: 251–300
13. Queen’s University: 251–300
14. Simon Fraser University: 251–300
15. University of Victoria: 301–350
16. York University: 351–400
17. University of Manitoba: 401–500
18. University of Saskatchewan: 401–500
19. Carleton University: 501–600
20. University of Guelph: 501–600
21. Memorial University of Newfoundland: 501–600
22. Concordia University: 601–800
23. Université du Québec: 601–800
24. University of Regina: 601–800
25. Université de Sherbrooke: 601–800
26. University of Windsor: 601–800
27. University of Northern British Columbia (UNBC): 801–1000


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