Canada has some pretty great post-secondary schools if this is anything to go by. The ranking of the best universities in the world includes three Canadian schools in the top 50. Another 23 schools were also in the ranking just further down!\nThe QS World University Rankings have been released and they show just how good the best universities in the world are.\nOne thousand schools from around the world are included on the list and three Canadian ones were able to crack the top 50.\nEach university is evaluated on academic reputation, employer reputation, faculty/student ratio, citations per faculty, international faculty ratio and international student ratio.\nFor all three of the Canadian universities that ranked highly, citations per faculty is the category they all scored the worst on.\nThe University of Toronto received an overall score of 82.7 and is tied for 25th place in the ranking.\nOf all the qualities that got weighed into the rankings, the post-secondary institution scored highest in "academic reputation" with a 99.3.\nThis spot in the ranking is an improvement from last year when U of T was tied for the 29th spot.\nHowever, this move up doesn't bring the school that much closer to its all-time high of 17th place back in 2014.\nView this post on Instagram Calling all #UofT community members to be part of the action plan on mental health and wellness. 💭 Led by the Student Mental Health Task Force, in-person and online consultations are on-going at @uoft, @utsc & @uoftmississauga for students, staff and faculty. Want to submit your feedback online? Tap our link in bio to submit your feedback until October 15. We encourage you to share this post with your friends, students and colleagues to spread the word. For more information visit uoft.me/MentalHealth. Here are the times of the in-person consultations at @UofT St. George: Tuesday, September 24th UTSG Michael Charles Chamber, Gabraith Building, 35 St. George Street, Room GB202 Students: 12:00pm - 1:30pm Staff: 2:00pm - 3:15pm Faculty: 3:30pm - 4:45pm In addition, peer-to-peer student-led sessions by the Innovation Hub in partnership with the Student Mental Health Task Force will be held at St. George for students at the following times: Wednesday, September 24 4:00pm - 5:30pm Sidney Smith Hall, SS 1087 Thursday, September 25 12:00pm - 1:30pm Woodsworth College, WW 126 Friday, September 27 3:00pm - 4:30pm Bahen Centre, BA 2175 Saturday, September 28 10:00am - 11:30am OISE, OI 5250 More information including session information for all three campuses can be found at our link in bio. 📷 by @rishabh3857 A post shared by University of Toronto (@uoft) on Sep 19, 2019 at 12:18pm PDT\nMcGill University is hot on U of T's trail in 31st place.\nThe school got an overall score of 80 with this year's list.\nThis is actually the first year since 2015 that it hasn't dropped in the rankings.\nIt's most highly rated quality was the 96.3 it got in regards to its "ratio of international students."\nView this post on Instagram #UBC has been ranked 45th globally in the latest QS World University Rankings. A post shared by University of British Columbia (@universityofbc) on Jun 9, 2020 at 3:58pm PDT\nThe last Canadian school in the top 50 is the University of British Columbia.\nUBC received an overall score of 74.8, almost 10 points lower than U of T's score, to take up the 45th spot in the ranking.\nThe institution got its highest score of 97.1 in the "academic reputation" category.\nLast year, UBC was just outside of the top 50 but managed to make it back this year.\nAfter those three schools, the next Canadian one isn't until the 118th spot in the ranking.\nUniversité de Montréal, University of Alberta, McMaster University and University of Waterloo all made the top 200.