Canada is one of the most popular destinations for international students. You can find top universities and colleges in Canada to study at.
1. University of Toronto
The University of Toronto is a public research university in Toronto, Ontario, Canada on the grounds that surround Queen’s Park. It was founded by royal charter in 1827 as King’s College, the first institution of higher learning in the colony of Upper Canada.
The campus covers over 642 hectares (1,600 acres) across three campuses: St George Campus; Mississauga Campus; Scarborough Campus.
The University’s central campus is located downtown at 100 University Avenue and Danforth Avenue near Bay Street (Toronto), while its science centre houses laboratories and administrative offices on its other two campuses: Mississauga or Etobicoke City Centre North York or York Region along Highway 407 North York or Richmond Hill at Bloor St West & Coxwell Ave Unionville ON location where it offers courses for distance learners via videoconferencing technology through its Coursera platform along with student residence halls including those located within close proximity such as Scarborough Town Centre East Tower East Tower West Building East Tower West Building South tower South tower North tower North tower East Tower East Tower West Building West building South tower South tower North Tower North Tower East/West Towers
2. University of British Columbia
- University of British Columbia (UBC) is ranked as one of the top 10 universities in the world and one of the top 10 universities in Canada.
- UBC is also ranked as one of the top 10 institutions for graduate employability, international students, and faculty research quality.
3. McGill University
McGill University is a public research university in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. It was established in 1821 by royal charter, issued by King George IV of the United Kingdom. It was Canadas first degree-granting university and one of its oldest universities still in operation..
McGill offers more than 1,000 undergraduate and graduate programs to over 22,000 students from around the world. The school’s main campus is located on the Mount Royal estate overlooking downtown Montreal; all faculties are housed within its buildings there. McGill has been ranked among the top 50 universities worldwide by Times Higher Education magazine since 2009.; it was ranked second overall among Canadian universities by Maclean’s Magazine (Canada).
4. Maastricht University Netherlands
Maastricht University is a public university located in Maastricht, Netherlands. It was founded in 1976 and is organized into seven faculties and several graduate schools. The university has more than 40,000 students studying on its campus or online.
The institution offers bachelor’s degrees in 73 fields, master’s degrees in 59 fields and doctorate degree programs in 13 specializations (each with an associated title). All academic degrees are research-oriented and require extensive course work or dissertation research before being awarded.
In addition to being an excellent place to learn about science and technology as well as humanities subjects such as history/social sciences; business management & economics; law etc., there are also opportunities for international students who want their language skills improved while they study here!
5. McMaster University
McMaster University is a public research university located in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. It was founded in 1887 as an Methodist college by John Alexander Macdonald, who served as its first president until his death in 1891. After amalgamating with Presbyterian colleges at Victoria College and St. Paul’s College (now known as the Royal Military College of Canada) over the next decade, it became affiliated with the University of Toronto. In 1964 it acquired York University and later merged with Trent University to become one of three universities in Ontario that offer undergraduate programs only; this was done because they had similar student populations but very different academic offerings—McMaster being primarily engineering-oriented while York offered more liberal arts courses along with medical sciences at its founding institution before becoming a university itself.
McMaster also offers graduate programs through its Faculty of Engineering & Applied Science which includes a Doctoral Program leading towards an advanced degree for those interested in pursuing research careers within academia or industry fields related to engineering sciences such as civil engineering design/construction management; materials science & technology; environmental science technologies such as renewable energy systems generator sets water purification systems etcetera.”
6. Universite Laval
Universite Laval is a French-language university in the province of Quebec, Canada. Founded in 1663 by Samuel de Champlain, it is one of the oldest universities in North America. It also has a prominent location on the island known as Laval (named after its founder).
Université Laval has over 30,000 students and employs more than 2,000 people including doctors, engineers and researchers who work together with other institutions such as Polytechnique Montréal to create research programs focused on improving health care services throughout North America through innovation guided by data science techniques that use big data analysis techniques while working towards finding solutions for social problems caused by climate change or other environmental changes like pollution levels rising above safe limits due to industrial activity contaminating soil resources near oceans where fish swim around offshore platforms located near shorelines which are built up over years so that they can support large ships during their stay at sea
7. University of Alberta
The University of Alberta is a public research university located in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. It was established in 1908 as the Alberta College of Medicine and located at what is now the main campus on the University of Alberta’s main campus. The institution moved to its current location in 1966 when it began admitting first-year medical students and changed its name to “University College”. In 1970, it became an independent university under legislation enacted by the provincial government; today it has over 675 full-time faculty members with more than 5500 part time faculty members across multiple disciplines including arts & humanities (40%), science (30%), business/commerce (20%), engineering & technology (15%) etc..
The UAlberta Faculty Association represents all full-time academic staff employed by UAlberta including teaching assistants and librarians who are not represented by other unions such as CUPE 3903.
UAlberta offers Bachelor’s degrees through four faculties: Arts; Humanities; Sciences; Engineering.
UAlberta also offers graduate programs leading to master’s degrees through five schools: Graduate Studies Program Management Graduate School Administration School Of Public Policy School Of Community And Regional Planning School For International Development
8. Simon Fraser University
Simon Fraser University, located in Burnaby, British Columbia, was founded in 1965. It is one of Canada’s largest universities with over 30,000 students and over 2,100 faculty members. SFU has a large number of international students and graduate students who come from around the world to study at this institution. This university has also become known for its many programs focused on sustainability and environmental protection as well as being one of Canada’s most diverse institutions when it comes to ethnicity (over 70% non-white).
9. Universite de Montreal
The Universite de Montreal (French: Université de Montréal, UdeM) is a public research university in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. It was established in 1878 as the first francophone institution of higher learning in Canada and continues to offer undergraduate and graduate programs through its three campuses: Anjou (the main campus), Downtown Montreal and Cégep du Vieux-Montréal. The university has two campuses: Anjou (main campus) and Cégep du Vieux-Montréal.
The University was founded on June 27th 1878 by Édouard-Charles Fabre who had been appointed as Vice-président du conseil supérieur des institutions d’enseignement supérieur de l’Amérique française (Supreme Council for Higher Education Institutions of French America). In this role he had been tasked with establishing a university for Francophones living outside Quebec City but he also aimed to establish one which would allow them access to higher education at home rather than abroad like most other colleges did at that time
10. York University
York University is a public research university in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It is Canada’s third-largest university and the fifth-largest in North America by student enrollment. The main campus is located in the suburban North York neighbourhood of Toronto.
York has over 32,000 full-time undergraduate students and 13,000 postgraduate students who live on campus or commute from across Ontario and beyond.
We’re not sure what the future holds for universities in Canada, but we are excited to see how these top ten schools will continue to evolve. As we mentioned before, there is no one-size-fits-all model for education. However, with all of this information in mind, we can begin planning your own journey towards global excellence!
If you intend to come to Canada, you might be required to take the International English Language Testing System (IELTS) exam. IELTS is generally accepted by Canadian colleges, businesses, and the Canadian government as evidence of English language ability.