Two Montreal universities ranked in the top three when it comes to producing employable graduates from Canadian schools.
According to the Times Higher Education’s Global University Employability Ranking 2019, this year’s list included 250 universities spanning 41 countries, from the US to Japan, and employers voted for institutions both in their own country and around the world, if they recruit internationally.
The US, Germany, Japan, and the UK each have an institution in the top 10, with Chinese and Canadian universities also appearing high in the ranking.
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Meanwhile in Canada, nine universities appear in the Global University Employability Ranking 2019.
“Canadian universities are popular with international students for offering cheaper tuition than many US colleges, and a simple application process,” states the ranking.
The University of Toronto is the top Canadian choice among employers, according to this year’s list, followed by McGill University and Université de Montreal.
Canadian universities ranking are spread across the country, including Ontario, Alberta, Nova Scotia, and British Columbia.
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McGill took home the 42nd university in the world, as per the global employability ranking, and U de M took home the 85th overall spot.
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