Maclean’s ranks graduation rates of Canadian universities

January 10, 2018

As part of its University Guide 2018, Maclean’s has released a list of Canadian Universities with the highest and lowest graduation rates. The rate is calculated based on the percentage of full-time undergraduate students who began in Fall 2007 and graduated within seven years. The schools with the five highest calculated graduation rates are Queen’s University (89.5%), Western University (86.6%), McGill University (85%), Université Laval (83.7%), and Université Sherbrooke (82.7%). Maclean’s also notes that graduation rates are not included in its annual university rankings calculations. Maclean’s