Cooperative Universities


University of Toronto


  • Founded in 1827
  • Publicly Founded University
  • Accredited by Ministry of Education
  • International students rate: about 8%


The University of Toronto was the first institutionof higher learning in Canada and is one of the world’s leadingresearch-intensive universities. It is ranked 2nd in the world in researchperformance according to The University Ranking by Academic Performance.University of Toronto has three campuses: the UT St. George Campus in downtownToronto, plus a campus in Mississauga (UTM) and another in Scarborough (UTSC).It offers over 300 undergraduate areas of study to students from 500 countriesaround the world. It is one of two members of the Association of AmericanUniversities located outside the United States and has been affiliated with 10Nobel laureates.



 

McGill University


  • Founded in 1821
  • Publicly Founded University
  • Accredited by Ministry of Education
  • International students rate: about 18%


McGill University is one of Canada’s bestinstitution of higher education and one of the leading universities in theworld. It is ranked 1st in Canada among medical-doctoraluniversities for eleven consecutive years. Ernest Rutherford’s NobelPrize-winning research on the nature of radioactivity was conducted at McGill.It is also well-known that McGill students have the highest average enteringgrades in Canada. Graduates include 12 Nobel laureates, 138 prestigious RhodesScholars, 2 Canadian Prime Ministers, and 13 Justices of the Supreme Court. BesideUniversity of Toronto, it is the other one of two members of the Association ofAmerican Universities located outside the United States.



 

Western University


  • Founded in 1878
  • Publicly Founded University
  • Accredited by Ministry of Education
  • International students rate: about 4.5%


Western University is consistently ranked asone of Canada’s top universities. Several of Western’s programs are best-knownin the world: Social Science, Psychology, Engineer, and etc. Western’s RichardIvey School of Business has been recognized as the best business school outsideof the United States and the top school in Canada. It has about 2200international students from over 120 countries in the world.


 


The University of British Columbia


  • Founded in 1908
  • Publicly Founded University
  • Accredited by Ministry of Education
  • International students rate: about 10 %


The University of British Columbia is a globalcenter for research and teaching. It has been consistently ranked among the 40 bestuniversities in the world and 3 best universities in Canada. UBC is the mostbeautiful campus in North America in both scenery and architecture. It issurrounded by the beautiful Pacific Sprit Regional Park and is home to a numberof beautiful beaches. Graduates include 7 Nobel laureates, 67 prestigiousRhodes Scholars. Zhou, Fulin; Shi, Guangsheng; and Li, Xinzhe are all notablealumni of UBC.



 

McMaster University


  • Founded in 1887
  • Publicly Founded University
  • Accredited by Ministry of Education
  • International students rate: NA


McMaster University has gained notability thehigh quality of research and teaching. The university provides a wide range ofirradiation, laboratory, and holding facilities. The McMaster Nuclear Reactor(MNR) has been the largest university reactor in the Commonwealth since itbegan operation and is the second largest research reactor in North America.Notable alumni and faculty include Nobel Laureates: Bertram Neville Brockhouse,Myron Scholes and Myron Scholes; the former premier of Ontario, DaltonMcGuinty; and the President of McGill University, Heather Munroe-Blum.




 

University of Waterloo


  • Founded in 1959
  • Publicly Founded University
  • Accredited by Ministry of Education
  • International students rate: NA

 

University of Waterloo isCanada’s most innovative university and is known as the “Silicon Valley inCanada”.  It ranks top 25 in the worldfor Computer Science and Mathematics, top 50 in the world of engineering andtop 100 in the world for Civil Engineering, Electrical Sciences, Architecture,and etc. Waterloo is a model of co-operative education and it equips studentsfor success with high employment.



 

York University


  • Founded in 1959
  • Publicly Founded University
  • Accredited by Ministry of Education
  • International students rate: 6%

 

York University of Canada’sthird-largest university. Its business school (Schulich) and Law school(Osgoode) have continuously and consistently been ranked among the top schoolsin Canada and the world.



 

Queen's University


  • Founded in 1841
  • Publicly Founded University
  • Accredited by Ministry of Education
  • International students rate: 7%

 

Queen’s University is one ofCanada’s oldest-granting institutions. It is notable for its academicexcellence. The admission is quite competitive, especially for the highlyrefutable School of Business.  It isrecognized as “the Howard in Canada”. Queen’s University International Center(QUIC) provides valuable resources for students who wish to deepen theirinternational engagement and expose themselves to a global perspective.



 

University of Ottawa


  • Founded in 1848
  • Publicly Founded University
  • Accredited by Ministry of Education
  • International students rate: 4 %


Located at the heart ofCanada’s capital, the University of Ottawa is the world’s largest bilingual(English-French) university in the worlds and most courses & programs areoffered in both languages. In Maclean’s 2014 University Ranking, Ottawa placedthe 8th in Canada within the Medical Doctoral grouping. It is amember of the U15, a group of research-intensive universities in Canada. Thereare more than 450 programs in 10 faculties, including the largest law school inCanada. Notable alumni include: 84 members of Royal Society of Canada, 73Canada Research Chairs, 38 University of Ottawa Research Chair, 9 ResearchChairs in Canadian Francophonie, and more than 1000 faculty staff.



 

Ryerson University


  • Founded in 1848
  • Publicly Founded University
  • Accredited by Ministry of Education
  • International students rate: 3 %

 

Ryerson University is adistinctly urban university focused on innovative and career-oriented education.It is reshaping the downtown core of Toronto with 3 new buildings: the MattamyAthletic Center at the Gardens, the Ryerson Image Center in the heart ofcampus, and a Student Learning Center on Yonge Street. Moreover, currently inprogress is the development of a new multipurpose building, the Church Streetdevelopment (CSD).  Ryerson University isthe home to Canada’s largest undergraduate business school, the Ted RogersSchool of Management, and Canada’s third largest undergraduate engineeringschool, as well as the Faculty of Arts, Faculty of Communication & Design,and etc.



 

Carleton University


  • Founded in 1942
  • Publicly Founded University
  • Accredited by Ministry of Education
  • International students rate: 3.3 %

 

Carleton University is located in the capitalof Canada, Ottawa, Ontario. It offers more than 65 academic programs across awide range of disciplines. It is reputed for its strength in a variety offields, such as engineering, industrial design, humanities, internationalbusiness and many of Carleton’s flagship offerings are housed in Faculty ofPublic Affairs (FPA). The School of Journalism and Communication has educatedmany leading personalities in the field.  Besides, Carleton University students may takecourses at University of Ottawa, and vice-versa, without paying additionaltuition fees.