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Institutions in Canada  

 

As a study destination, Canada has always placed great significance on a healthy living environment and multicultural diversity. Canada is in fact counted as one of the top education performers in the world. According to the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), Canada per capita investment in their education system has placed them among the top three countries for spending on public post-secondary education. There are a number of institutions in Canada offering a wide range of degree and diploma courses. Quebec, Alberta, British Columbia, and Ontario are the most popular provinces that house the top institutions in Canada.

All across the world, Canadian education is well known for its excellence and quality. High standards on learning and on imparting education are strictly adhered to at various institutions in Canada. A number of institutions in Canada are also involved in varied international partnerships for research to address a number of world issues.

List of TOP Colleges in Canada

SL No 

Institutions

 1

University of Toronto

 2

 University of British Columbia

 3

 McGill University

 4

 McMaster University

 5

 University of Alberta

 6

 University of Ottawa

 7

 Western University

 8

 University of Calgary

 9

 University of Waterloo

 10

 Dalhousie University

 11

 Queen’s University

 12

 Simon Fraser University

 13

 University of Victoria

 14

 York University

 15

 University of Manitoba

 16

 University of Saskatchewan

 17

 Carleton University

 18

 University of Guelph

 19

 Memorial University of Newfoundland

 20

 Concordia University

 21

 University of Regina

 22

 University of Windsor

 23

 University of Northern British Columbia (UNBC)

Study abroad intakes in Canada

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Canada University rankings

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