Top 10 ranking colleges in Canada for Indian Engineering Students
Engineering has always been a popular degree in India. However, nowadays, more and more students are opting to pursue engineering abroad rather than at home.
This change is due to a number of factors such as students wishing to travel, build international careers and gain alternative education, etc.
Furthermore, lately Canada has been emerging as one of the top preferences for students studying abroad.
Canada’s highly ranked universities, affordable fees and high standard of living make it an ideal choice for study abroad. Here are the top 10 ranking college in Canada for engineering students:
University of Toronto
The University of Toronto is one of the oldest public colleges in Canada, since it was founded in 1827. It has three campuses, all located in Toronto and it has more than 70000 students that study more than 700 undergraduate and 200 post graduate programmes. This university ranks 22nd according to QS rankings for engineering colleges and 54th by US News rankings. It has been highly ranked in subjects like chemical, electrical, civil, mechanical and computer engineering as well as other science and math related disciplines.
University of British Columbia
University of British Columbia is a public institution which was opened in 1915. It has two campuses located at Vancouver and Okanagan, with more than 55000 students total. This university ranks 32nd according to QS rankings for engineering colleges and 65th by US News rankings. UBC ranks highly in various departments like Biotechnology, engineering, mathematics, microbiology, etc.
McGill University is a public institution that was founded in 1821, located in Quebec. The university has two campuses with more than 30000 students. McGill University has special focus on research and is affiliated with teaching hospitals, more than 40 research centres and other such institutes. This university ranks 47th according to QS rankings for engineering colleges and 106th by US News rankings.
University of Alberta
Founded in 1908, the University of Alberta is a public university located in Western Canada. The university has five campuses and is well known for its affiliations with major research institutions. This university ranks 112nd according to QS rankings for engineering colleges and 78th by USN news rankings.
Queen’s University at Kingston
Queen’s University is a public university in Ontario, established in 1841. With more than 25000 students, it is highly ranked in various fields like chemistry, physics, materials science as well as computer, electrical and electronic engineering. This university ranks 161st according to QS rankings for engineering colleges.
Concordia University is a public research university located in Quebec, which was formed in 1974. It has more than 35000 students and offers degrees in a variety of disciplines including all types of engineering, arts, chemistry, materials science, neuroscience, etc. This university has been ranked 179th globally by US News rankings.
This public university, located in Toronto, was established in 1948 and has a student body of more than 30000 students. Ryerson University ranks highly in subjects like engineering, computer science, materials science as well as clinical medicine. This university has been ranked 280th globally by US News rankings.
University of Waterloo
The University of Waterloo is situated in Waterloo, Ontario which is close to the US border. It is a public university which was founded in 1957 and currently has over 30000 students. This university has been ranked 49th globally by US News rankings. The main departments are applied health sciences, arts, engineering, environment, math and science.
Ontario Tech University
The Ontario Tech university is a public university founded in 2002, located in Oshawa. It is highly ranked in engineering as well as the field of energy and fuels and has focus on sustainable technology and innovations. This university has been ranked 216th globally by US News rankings.
University of Montreal
The University of Montreal is a public institution that traces its roots to 1878, when it was part of the Universite Laval de Quebec, before becoming a separate institution in 1919. It has more than a dozen divisions spanning social, natural and health sciences and is primarily a French-medium college. This university has been ranked 204th globally by US News rankings.