Are you a student in high school who's still unsure of which university to go to? Well, if employer reputation is a top priority for you, there are certain Canadian universities that you might want to consider.

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QS Top Universities, an analyst site, recently released a Graduate Employability Ranking report that lists the top most employable schools in the world. The ranking includes as many as 300 institutions and is based on five key parameters - employer reputation (30%), alumni outcomes (20%), employer partnerships (25%), employer-student connections (15%), and graduate employment rate (10%). For more details on each parameter, visit their website here.

The top 5 schools in the world weren't much of a surprise - Stanford, MIT, Tsinghua, Sydney and Cambridge took the top spots. However, 6 Canadian universities managed to make the top 100, which is a great achievement.

The top 6 Canadian schools for the best chances of getting employed after grad are the following (click on each link to see full details for each school):

  1. University of Toronto (19)
  2. University of Waterloo (22)
  3. McGill University (28)
  4. University of British Columbia (41)
  5. University of Calgary (81)
  6. University of Alberta (91)

Way to go, Canada!


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