If you're looking to do some learning, you might want to set your sights on one of Canada's top cities to study in for 2021. 

Hellosafe.ca has ranked the country's top places to study based on criteria including the location's quality of life, academic excellence, cost of studying, quality of student life, and attractiveness. 

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The entire list ranks 49 Canadian cities, and at the top of that list sits Sherbrooke, Quebec. 

Ranked second-best is another Quebec city, Montreal.

The rest of the top five includes Kingston, Quebec City, and Toronto.

It looks like Eastern Canada takes the cake for desirable places to go to school.  

Beyond the top five, the list goes as follows:

  • Edmonton
  • Vancouver
  • Trios-Rivieres
  • Calgary 
  • Hamilton
  • Waterloo
  • St John's 
  • London
  • Ottawa
  • Saint Catharines
  • Surrey
  • Guelph
  • Nanaimo
  • Burnaby
  • Winnipeg

And the list continues. If you're ready to relocate for your studies and you want to look beyond the standard schools that might come to mind, you should take a gander at what's available in these high-ranking cities. 

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