Canadian Universities Slip in World Reputation Rankings

London-based Times Higher Education’s 2013 World Reputation Rankings shows a slight decline in the rankings of Canada’s top universities. While the University of Toronto maintained its position at #16, McGill University and University of British Columbia dropped from 25th to 31st. Meanwhile, Australia, with a smaller population than Canada, has SIX schools on the list.

While rankings are quite subjective, political and random to an extent, one would like to see maintain a strong presence in these types of rankings. These help increase the recognition of Canadian schools throughout the world which serves a benefit to all students enrolled at these universities. Do you think there are other Canadian schools that should be on this list? Do you think the schools that are on the list should be higher? Email your opinions to [email protected]

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