ivy league schools of canada
The University of Toronto.
- As Canadian universities, we are often thought of as the “ivy league” schools of Canada. The University of Toronto runs a number of programs and courses designed with similar standards to their American counterparts.
- It is world-renowned for its variety of courses and programs, which allows students to pick from a wide range of subjects and choose something that will suit them best.
- Its design is based upon the well known Beaux-Arts style, which was prominent in architecture during late 19th century France.
- The university opened in Toronto in 1887 as the Toronto Baptist College. In 1890, it merged with Woodstock College. It moved to Hamilton in 1930. McMaster University is co-educational, and has over 25,000 undergraduate and over 4,000 post-graduate students. Alumni and former students reside across Canada and in 140 countries. The university ranks 4th among Canadian universities according to Research InfoSource (2019), and has a budget of $1.934 billion (2018). It bears the name of William McMaster, a prominent Canadian Senator who bequeathed funds to endow the university with a sum of C$900,000 upon his death in 1887; this resulted in the founding of the institution.:
- McMaster University’s Michael G. DeGroote School of Business is one of 17 schools worldwide accredited by both EQUIS (European Quality Improvement System) and AACSB International (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business).
- The Faculty was ranked first globally in medical research by Maclean’s Magazine for three consecutive years: 2006–2008.
- The School & College Liaison Office provides information on admission requirements for high schools & colleges which provide advanced standing credit towards various McMaster degree programs
University of British Columbia.
The University of British Columbia is a global centre for research and teaching. It consistently ranks among the top 40 universities in the world. UBC has over 60,000 students plus 700,000 alumni. There are two main campuses, both in the city of Vancouver. The other campus is located in Okanagan Valley, home to more than 9,000 students. It was founded in 1908 making it the oldest university in British Columbia and only behind McGill University as one of the earliest schools established in Canada. Today it is one of Canada’s most prestigious academic institutions with graduate programs that rank amongst nations most elite universities such as Harvard University and Victoria College at Oxford University (UK).
McGill University is the third of the four schools in Canada considered to be an “Ivy League School”. McGill was founded in 1821 and has approximately 34,000 undergraduate students, 8,200 graduate students and 3,300 faculty members. The school also has a large number of notable alumni including five Canadian Prime Ministers, Leonard Cohen, William Shatner and many more. Sports are also a big part of life at McGill as the school is home to more than 300 varsity athletes who compete intercollegiately on 29 different teams. McGill even hosted the 1908 Summer Olympics!
The University of Western Ontario.
- Location: London, Ontario
- Founded in 1878
- Enrollment is approximately 39,000 students.
- It is a public research university.
University of Alberta.
- University of British Columbia
- McGill University
- University of Toronto
- McMaster University
- Dalhousie University
- Queens Univeristy
- Laval University
- Western Ontario University
Queen’s University is located in Kingston, Ontario, Canada. Queen’s is a public research university. Queen’s University has been consistently ranked among the top schools in Canada. Queen’s has also been consistently ranked among the top ten universities for medical-doctoral universities by Maclean’s University Rankings.
There are many Ivy League Schools in Canada.
There are several as well as many schools in Canada. All of these universities provide excellent and quality education. However, the top ivy league schools in Canada are:
- The University of Toronto
- The University of British Columbia
- McGill University
- The University of Alberta