It’s time to celebrate the success of Canadian universities as they proudly secure their spots in the World University Rankings for 2023.
The 2023 edition of the prestigious ranking was released today by the Center for World University Rankings (CWUR).
This global university ranking is the largest of its kind. It lists the top 2,000 universities out of 20,531 ranked institutions.
The CWUR doesn’t rely on surveys or university data submissions to get its results.
Instead, it evaluates the schools based on four key areas — education (25%), employability (25%), faculty (10%), and research (40%).
There were no Canadian schools in the top 10, but 40 of them earned a spot on the ranking of the 2,000 best universities worldwide.
Here are all of the Canadian schools included in the World University Rankings for 2023 and their spot on the list.
- University of Toronto: 23
- McGill University: 26
- University of British Columbia: 51
- University of Alberta: 76
- University of Montreal: 122
- McMaster University: 174
- Western University: 188
- University of Calgary: 195
- University of Waterloo: 204
- University of Ottawa: 212
- University of Manitoba: 282
- Laval University: 299
- Queen’s University: 325
- Dalhousie University: 348
- Simon Fraser University: 371
- University of Saskatchewan: 394
- University of Victoria: 404
- York University: 451
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- University of Guelph: 486
- Carleton University: 539
- University of Sherbrooke: 601
- Concordia University: 620
- University of Québec at Montreal: 641
- Memorial University of Newfoundland: 648
- Toronto Metropolitan University: 835
- Institut national de la recherche scientifique: 969
- University of Windsor: 990
- University of Regina: 998
- University of New Brunswick: 1,092
- Wilfrid Laurier University: 1,226
- Brock University: 1,255
- Lakehead University: 1,321
- École de technologie supérieure: 1,443
- Trent University: 1,507
- Ontario Tech University: 1,545
- University of Lethbridge: 1,596
- University of Québec at Trois-Rivières: 1,696
- Laurentian University: 1,716
- Saint Mary’s University: 1,887
- University of Winnipeg: 1,975
It’s truly impressive how these universities continue to shine on the global stage for their academic excellence, research, and opportunities for the future.