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Canadian Universities – the 10 best for employability that Indian students should know

The purpose of getting educated is to see yourself working one day and earning your daily living. At the same time, what matters most is getting employed in a field that drives you each day.

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We are here to tell you about the best universities in Canada that have a consistent good graduate employability record.

Once you complete you studies, the very thing that worries you is where and what type of job you can find. The sole outcome of proper education is to see yourself with a job one day and living your life – a job that will shape your career, and you of course; job that will teach you many things; job that will show you different facets of life and help you understand how the world works – a pragmatic way of living. 

We are here to tell you about the 10 best universities in Canada that have a consistent good graduate employability record.

Why should you choose Canada?

Because there has been a steady increase in the number of students selecting Canada over the USA, not to mention the prime minister of Canada has been making constant efforts in welcoming more people from across the world.

The 10 Best Canadian Universities for Graduate Employability/most employable Canadian Universities:

The data is from QS Graduate Employability Rankings 2017, and the university names are based on following factors: employment rate, alumni outcomes and employer partnerships.

1. University of Toronto – the University of Toronto ranks 19th in the world for graduate employability. The University has a number of programmes on offer. It’s home to notable alumni and offers a remarkable students’ community.

2. University of Calgary – the University of Calgary is amongst the top 50 to have global partnerships with employers. It has 95% graduate employability record.

3. Western University – the western University is based in Ontario and ranks amongst the top 200 this year for graduate employment rate. Check the university website to know more about the university’s role in science and research.

4. University of Alberta – the University of Alberta is a public research university based in Edmonton. It has 170 graduate and 200 undergraduate programmes on offer and is Canada's one of the largest research-intensive universities.

5. University of British Columbia – Consistently ranked amongst the 40 best universities in the world, the University of British Columbia is home to nearly 60,000 undergraduate and graduate students and offers a number of different programmes at its two campuses – Vancouver and Okanagan. UBC has students from over 140 countries studying at their campuses.

6. McGill University – McGill ranks 30th in the world according to QS World University Rankings. It is home to 40,000 graduate and undergraduate students and has 12 professional schools through which it delivers outstanding education to its students.

7. University of Waterloo – the University of Waterloo has three satellite campuses and 6 faculties that cater to nearly 31,900 and 5,200 undergraduate and graduate students, respectively. Established in 1957, the University has 11 faculty-based schools and 4 affiliated institutions.

8. Queen’s University – influencing Canada’s higher education since 1941, the Queen’s University is one of the oldest institutions in the country and has several colleges and faculties. The University is home to students from over 100 countries.

9. University of Montreal – the University of Montreal, in short UdeM ranks 3rd in Canada and 103rd in the world in terms of its research. The University offers over 600 programmes to its graduates and undergraduates at its state-of-the-art campuses.

10. McMaster University – Based in Ontario, the McMaster University is a public research university and home to nearly 20,000 undergraduate and 4000 postgraduate students. It is the 4th most popular university in Canada and offers innovative education at its 6 outstanding faculties.

Whichever course you wish to pursue abroad, not just in Canada, always keep an eye on the ROI. Check about the employment record of a university where you wish to study. If you are confident about getting a job abroad or back in India, irrespective of where you study abroad, don’t think too much. Our advisors know all tiny information that you are looking for. Ask them to counsel you today!

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