In total, six Canadian universities appear in the Global University Employability Ranking 2017, designed by HR consultancy Emerging and published exclusively by Times Higher Education. The ranking reveals which universities recruiters at top companies think are the best at preparing students for the workplace.
Canadian universities are popular with international students for offering cheaper tuition than many US colleges, and a simple application process.
Students thinking about graduate jobs will be pleased to hear that Canadian universities also maintain an excellent reputation with employers.
The University of Toronto is the top Canadian choice when employers are recruiting. Universities in the Canada ranking are spread across the country, including institutions in Ontario, Québec and British Columbia.
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Many ideas and inventions that begin at the University of Toronto have a significant impact on the global economy, whether through start-ups, commercial partnerships or businesses.
In topics spanning medicine to engineering, the university attracts world-leading scholars and experts to undertake ground-breaking research and transfer that knowledge onto students.
The three strategic priorities for the university include strengthening international partnerships and re-imagining undergraduate education to be a transformative experience.
Every year, students at McGill University participate in Innovation Week, which explores topics like entrepreneurship in music, and the future of health. Activities are led by students and provide opportunities for them to connect with other innovators and form industry partnerships.
There are three different hubs for entrepreneurial students, offering start-up competitions, technology-based projects and support and mentorship.
Opportunities to learn beyond the classroom go beyond entrepreneurship projects, including internships, public speaking training and museum events.
The University of Montreal is one of the principal research universities in Canada and Robert Guillenmin who won the Nobel prize in physiology is a notable alumnus of the university.
Another graduate and teacher Armand Frappier, was a pioneer in vaccination and particularly in the fight against tuberculosis in the country
The primary language of instruction is French however, many of the doctoral programmes accept English-speaking students. Workshops and tutoring sessions are available for students who wish to improve their French language skills.
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Top universities in Canada for graduate employability 2017
|Global Employability Rank 2017||Canada Rank 2017||University|
|13||1||University of Toronto|
|44||3||University of Montreal/HEC|
|45||4||University of British Columbia|
|124||6||University of Alberta|