According to early results released by The Globe and Mail in advance of its annual magazine on Canadian universities, the top-scoring universities for career preparing are Queen’s University in Kingston, Ont., the Université de Sherbrooke in Quebec, and Trinity Western University in Langley, B.C.
Queen’s and Sherbrooke both scored A– in the medium (number of enrolments) category, while Trinity Western, a Christian university with approximately 4,000 students, also scored A– in the very small category.
- Large: York University (C–) in Toronto
- Medium: University of Windsor (C) in Windsor, Ont.
- Small: Laurentian University (C+) in Sudbury, Ont.
- Small: Thompson Rivers University (C+) in Kamloops, B.C.
- Small: University of Toronto Scarborough (C+) in Scarborough, Ont.
- Very small: St. Thomas University (C+) in Fredericton, N.B.
According to early results by a GlobeCampus poll, more than twice as many students say career preparation is most important in choosing a university than those who say campus atmosphere is most important.
Click here to see the full list of Canadian universities and how they scored.
Each year, The Globe and Mail’s Canadian University Report magazine, to be released Oct. 22, presents the results of student satisfaction surveys, as well as in-depth articles about universities and issues in post-secondary education.