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10 BEST CANADIAN UNIVERSITIES FOR GRADUATE EMPLOYABILITY

August 6, 2018

Canada Has Always Been A Great Destination To Study Abroad. Not Only The Country Boasts Some Of The Very Best Universities In The World

Canada
has always been a great destination to study abroad. Not only does the country
boast some of the very best universities in the world, it also strives to give
international students a hassle free experience in terms of employability after
graduation. As such, now many students are choosing Canada over countries like
USA and UK for their overseas education.

Studying
in Canada is a great chance to build a successful future career.
However once you complete you
studies, the very thing that worries you is where and what type of job you can
find. Worry no more as the
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of Top Canadian universities and colleges and with our regional office in
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well as work visas and PR applications.

Here
we have the 10 Best Canadian Universities ranked for Graduate Employability.
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Here
are the 10 Best Canadian Universities for Graduate Employability.

1.
University of Toronto: Ranked 31st in the QS World
University Rankings 2018, the University of Toronto ranks the highest among all
Canadian universities. Not only that, at 15th it also ranks highest
amongst all Canadian Universities in the
Graduate Employability Rankings 2018. This proves that it’s graduates are
viewed favourably by the employers. And why wouldn’t they? the university has
four Canadian Prime Ministers to count for as alumnis. Prominent figures such
as Margaret Atwood, Donald Sutherland also graduated from this very university.
The university also leaves no stone unturned for the professional and overall
development of the students. It offers a range of programs and initiatives such
as entrepreneurship courses, co-op programs, and professional experience year
programs to further students interests.

 

2.
University of Waterloo: Ranked 152nd globally and 24th
in terms of graduate employability, the University of Waterloo is at the
forefront of world changing research to inspired teaching. The university has been ranked Canada’s most
innovative university for the past 25 years. The university also participates
in the world’s largest post-secondary co-operative education program wherein
16000 undergraduates alternate school and work terms, gaining experience with
employers such as Google, Facebook, Amazon etc. Not only that, every year the
University of Waterloo welcomes 35,000 students from 120 countries.

 

3.
McGill University: Ranked 32nd globally and 28th
in terms of graduate employability, Mc Gill University is one of Canada’s most
prestigious universities. The university owes its reputation to its 50 research centers and institutes, 400+ programs,
rich history and thriving alumni network of 250,000 people around the globe,
which includes 139 Rhodes Scholars, 12 Nobel Laureates and three Canadian Prime
Ministers, including the incumbent Justin Trudeau. The university is based in
Montreal, home to many international institutes, pharmaceutical firms,
financial companies, and aeronautical firms are based here, providing ample
employment opportunities for students. 

 

4.
University of British Columbia: Ranked the 51st best university in
the world and 35 in terms of graduate employability,
the University of British Columbia has an excellent reputation
with academics and employers alike and a particularly international faculty.
The university offers a number of resources and support to help students
achieve their career goals, including
the Entrepreneurship@UBC venture accelerator. Its alumni community
includes three former Canadian Prime Ministers (including Kim Campbell, the
country’s first female PM).

 

5.
University of Alberta: The University
of Alberta, ranked 90th globally and 94th in terms of
graduate employability, is one of Canada’s top universities and among the
world’s leading public research-intensive universities, with a reputation for
excellence across the humanities, sciences, creative arts, business,
engineering, and health sciences. The U of A attracts the best and brightest
minds from around the globe, with 71 Rhodes Scholars among its alumni.

 

6.      Université de Montréal(UdeM): Ranked 130th
globally, Université de Montréal is one of the largest universities in the
country, it has an extensive alumni network, and many graduates have gained
prominence in fields such as business, physics and other scientific fields,
politics, arts and law, including 15th Canadian
PM Pierre Trudeau. The Université de Montréal has Quebec’s largest sponsored
research income and is affiliated with 37 health institutions. Not only that
the university has 16 faculties and schools offering 250 undergraduate and 350
graduate programs.

 

7.
McMaster University: Ranked 140th gloabally, McMaster
University is consistently rated as one of
Canada’s top research-intensive universities, with more than 70 Centre and
institutes  including three national Centres of Excellence. The university
operates a number of co-op programs, including the Engineering Co-op and Career
Services (ECCS), a joint venture between the university’s engineering faculty
and society to connect students with employers. Not only that,  the university has 70 international academic
exchanges to boast of and welcomes students and faculties from 98 countries
worldwide.

 

8.
University of Calgary: Ranked 217 globally and on the band of
151-160 in terms of graduate employability, the University of Calgary has 14 faculties, 53 departments and more than 200
academic programs. The University of Calgary also has 77 Canada Research Chairs
and is home to 85 research centres building knowledge in areas including
health, social sciences, business and energy and the environment. The
university regularly features in the global top 50 for the ‘partnerships with
employers’ indicator, the university offers a range of co-op programs and
internships and has a 95% graduate employment rate. Its location in Calgary,
the leading Canadian city in the oil and gas industry, means it maintains ties
to the petroleum and geoscience industry.

 

9.
Queen’s University: Ranked 224 globally, Queen’s is Canada’s definitive university experience. Its 17 university-
and faculty-based research centres provide dynamic, collaborative settings for
scholars. Queen’s researchers lead the way in numerous fields, making notable
advances recently in particle astrophysics, cancer research, ecological
history, and clean energy technology. The university’s Faculty of Engineering
and Applied Science offers opportunities to apply to paid internships within companies
across North America, allowing its students to gain practical experience and
industry contacts.

 

10.   University of Western Ontario: Concluding our
look at 10 of the best Canadian universities for graduate employability
is University of Western Ontario, also known as Western University. Ranked 210
globally, the university is home
to world-renowned research
centres such as the Rotman Institute of Philosophy, the Wind Engineering,
Energy and Environment Research Institute etc. The university’s Student Success
Centre offers career counselling, job postings, career fairs, workshops and
more thus playing a vital role in a student’s graduate job hunt. The
university’s alumni are making significant contributions in areas such as
business, medicine, politics, engineering, music and athletics.

 

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