Globe and Mail releases 2014 university report

October 22, 2013

The Globe and Mail this week released its annual Canadian University Report, which this year features a compendium of university profiles. The compendium examines almost 60 universities in Canada, outlining their strengths and weaknesses, based on information from professors, alumni and the universities themselves. Along with statistics like location, student numbers and cost, the section also points out other characteristics, such as “known as a research powerhouse,” “offers classes in both French and English,” and “has a reputation as a ‘party school’ or is home to fraternities/sororities or a great campus pub.” The report this year also features a large story on the “hot topic on campus” of social entrepreneurship, with examples from various university startups. Globe and Mail