What are the best universities for MS in Canada?

Universities in Canada are famous for their premium quality teaching and their fair share of opportunities. Also, they are known for their rigorous quality controls. Master’s program in Canada is strictly researching based curriculum. If the thesis-focused curriculum is not preferred, then Canada might not be the best option for you. Most of the Master’s programs offer hands-on experience in the form of Co-op placements and industry-inclined projects and internships.

The expense of pursuing post-graduation in Canada is relatively affordable. Although constrained, scholarship schemes are available for international students.

Rules and regulations about the student visa, after study work permit, and immigration are pretty convenient and straightforward for the international students.

One can expect a very friendly, peaceful, and multiple cultural environments. They are gregarious and are keen on learning about new cultures. Therefore, all sorts of ethnic food are also available.

Abundantly spoken language – English and French.

Financial overview: A master’s degree in Canada will cost you something in the range of CAD 16,250 (INR 8.5 lacs) to CAD 28,650 (INR 15 lacs) per annum.

Living expenses in Canada will be approximately CAD 10,00 (INR 5-6 lacs) annually. In the case of places like Vancouver, Toronto, or Quebec, living expenses could be as high as $1,700 or INR 85,000.

Eligibility criteria:

  • 16 years of education, at
  • A four year Bachelor’s degree
  • Minimum GPA of 3 on a scale of 4, which is roughly, 65-70% or CGPA 7.0-7.5 in Indian standards.
  • Several universities ask for GRE/GMAT requirement as well.
  • For MS in business management, finance, business analytics, work experience of 1 to 3 years.
  • A proof of proficiency in English language by submitting IELTS(6.5-7 band) or TOEFL (90+ ) score.

Top universities:

The best universities in Canada for MS are:

  • McGill University: It is a research university in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. It was established in the year of 1821 by royal charter, bearing the name of James McGill. It is a part of the Association of American Universities and also a part of the Global University Leaders Forum (GULF). No. of students – 40,036, undergraduates – 27,601, postgraduates – 10,144.
  • University of Toronto: it is a research university situated in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It was founded in 1827. It is a collegiate university facilitating eleven colleges. No. of students – 61,339, undergrads- 43,820, postgrads – 17,519.
  • University of British Columbia – it is a research university with two of its campuses in British Columbia in Vancouver and Kelowna. It is one of the oldest universities established in 1908 and is ranked as one of the top 3 universities in Canada.
    Students-64,900, undergrads in Vancouver – 44,378; Okanagan – 8,264, postgrads in Vancouver – 9,941; Okanagan – 856.
  • University of Alberta: It is a research university. It is situated in Edmonton, Alberta. The university consists of four campuses in Camrose, Edmonton, and Calgary.
  • Universite de Montreal: It is a research university in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. The university comprises of over 13 faculties, more than 60 departments and 2 affiliated schools, namely, the HEC Montréal School of Business, and Polytechnique Montréal School of Engineering.
  • McMaster University: It is a research university in Hamilton. It consists of 6 academic faculties, including DeGroote School of Business, Engineering, Humanities, Health Sciences, Science, and Social Science. The university is a member of the U15, which happens to be a group of research-intensive universities in Canada.
  • University of Waterloo: It is a research university and is located in Waterloo, Ontario. The University of Waterloo facilitates over six faculties and ten faculty-based schools. It also comprises of three satellite campuses and four affiliated university colleges. The University of Waterloo is also a member of the U15 and is quite well-known for its cooperative education (co-op) programs that work in favour of students.
  • University of Calgary: It is a research university located in Calgary, Alberta. It facilitates over 25,000 undergraduate and 5,000 graduate students alongside 170,000+ alumni. The University of Calgary is also a part of the Canadian U-15 group of research universities and stands out to be one the best among them.
  • The University of Western Ontario: It is a research university in London, Ontario. The university houses twelve academic faculties and schools, and it is a member of the U15.
  • Queen’s University at Kingston: it is a research university in Kingston, Ontario. Queen’s facilitates about ten undergraduate, graduate, and professional faculties and schools.

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