Employability is one of the key factors that students take into account while selecting a University to pursue their higher education. Students especially the ones aspiring to study abroad look for universities that provide ample work opportunities after course completion so that the time and money invested does not go in vain. Below is the list of top 5 of 18 Canadian Universities that were listed in the QS Graduate Employability Rankings 2018:
- University of Toronto
UoT has received the highest rank for Alumni Outcomes of any Canadian university and ranks 15th in the world. The consistency in the ranking of this Canadian University is the proof that it provides ample job opportunities to the students in their field of interest.
- University of Waterloo
The University of Waterloo has obtained 24th rank in the world. The academic sessions at this Canadian University let students get deeply involved in their discipline as well as get the real time feel of industry experience. The waterloo degree holds great value when it comes to employability. Further, University of Waterloo is also one of the top 3 recruiting universities for Google, worldwide.
- University of British Columbia
With a rank of 35 in the world, University of British Columbia is best for students who are interested in entrepreneurship as the university’s entrepreneurial approach helps students achieve highest levels of excellence in innovative thinking and research capabilities.
- McGill University
McGill University ranks 42 worldwide and is one of the most well-known universities in Canada. McGill has groomed 12 Nobel Laureates, 142 Rhodes Scholars, and 3 Canadian prime ministers (including current Justin Trudeau) who have graduated with degrees and moved on to make their mark on the world.
- University of Alberta
This University of Alberta ranks 94th in the world and 5th in Canada. It has options for internship and work experience programs including career fairs and employer information sessions throughout the academic year.