Canadian Engineering University ranking

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Subject: Canadian Engineering University ranking
Canadian Engineering University ranking:
January, 2008

1. University of Toronto
2. McGill University
3. University of Waterloo
4. University of British Columbia
5. University of Alberta
6. Queen?s University
7. University of Ottawa - Carleton University
8. McMaster University
University of Western Ontario
9. Dalhousie University
10. University of Calgary
11. Universite de Montreal
12. University of Manitoba
Concordia University
13. University of Saskatchewan
14. Memorial University of Newfoundland
15. Laval University
16. University of New Brunswick
17. University of Victoria
18. Ryerson University
19. University of Windsor
Simon Fraser University
20. University of Ontario Institute of Technology


The Universities have been ranked by several indicators of academic or research performance, highly cited researchers, papers published in Engineering, articles indexed in major citation indices, reputation, graduate employability, size of faculty, and the future plans to expand.

[06-01-2008,12:02]
Humble
What is the link? (in reply to: Canadian Engineering University ranking)
Can you send me the link to the website you´ve obtained the information from?
[08-01-2008,05:06]
Larry
(in reply to: Canadian Engineering University ranking)
The link can only be given to the Academic Institutions. This is not for commerical use. The ranking will be updated in every month.
[08-01-2008,05:56]
Humble
(in reply to: Canadian Engineering University ranking)
mm i know someone who as graduated from carleton university and is making mad money - so university rankings can´t be heavily looked at
[09-01-2008,16:35]
Anonymous
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This ranking is garbage. Don´t believe it. There at 9 engineuring schools in Quebec. Six are missing from the list. Where is Polytechnique? The poster can´t give no source, no link. It´s just random bullshit.
[12-01-2008,14:37]
Anonymous
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Carleton (Ottawa-Carleton Institutes indeed) has been ranked 7th in this ranking, they deserve it.

University de Montreal refers to Ecole Polytechnique.

[13-01-2008,08:10]
Anonymous
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Thanks.

This is a ranking of top 20 Engineering universities in Canada which will be updated in every month.

In this January, 4 universities in Quebec have been placed in this ranking. McGill (2), Ecole (11), Concordia (12), Laval (15).

[13-01-2008,10:02]
Humble
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Of course, it also helps if the OP can correctly name Ecole Polytechnique-Montreal. Yes, Polytechnique is a U. Montreal affiliate, but it´s almost universally referred to as: Ecole Polytechnique- Montreal, or Polytechnique-Montreal.

Too bad OP couldn´t get the names right because Carleton is a good engineering school.

[14-01-2008,22:08]
Anonymous
Ranking (in reply to: Canadian Engineering University ranking)
Haha, Ryerson is the last!....i love it! :))
[18-01-2008,18:22]
Nima
(in reply to: Canadian Engineering University ranking)
How can the two Ottawa universities (UofO and Carleton) be tied?

At least provide a link to your sources! Total bullshit list.

[19-01-2008,04:43]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Canadian Engineering University ranking)
The Ottawa-Carleton Institute for Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering: www.ocimae.ca
The Ottawa-Carleton Institute for Electrical and Computer Engineering: www.ociece.ca
The Ottawa-Carleton Institute for Computer Science: ocics.site.uottawa.ca
The Ottawa-Carleton Institute for Civil Engineering: www.ocice.ca
The Ottawa-Carleton Institute for Environmental Engineering: www.ociene.ca
The Ottawa-Carleton Institute for Biomedical Engineering: www.ocibme.ca

[19-01-2008,05:58]
Humble
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Do 2nd generation immigrants thrive? Some do
TheStar.com - News - Do 2nd generation immigrants thrive? Some do

October 30, 2007
Nicholas Keung
IMMIGRATION/DIVERSITY REPORTER

The common belief that second-generation immigrants always fare better than those before and after them is only half true.

While second-generation women are more likely to be employed with higher earnings, a new Statistics Canada study found that their male counterparts do not share the same fortune from the generation´s high educational attainment.

In fact, among young men born in Canada to two immigrant parents, visible minorities are doing "markedly" worse and earning less than same-age young men of native-born parents.

The study compared the earnings of second-generation Canadians to peers with Canadian-born parents from 1996 to 2004. It tracked their family characteristics, educational level and geographical distribution.

"Challenges associated with the integration of immigrants often extend beyond the first generation," wrote study author Boris Palameta.

The study found second-generation women and men had 14.6 and 13.8 years of education respectively, above and beyond the first and third generations. Their median earnings were $15.92 an hour for women and $14.12 an hour for men.

The gain for the second-generation women could be attributed to their access to better-paying jobs in major urban centres, as well as their delayed marriage and childbirth, the paper suggested.

The sandwiched generation does better than the next one "because they are not totally assimilated and they still retain the goals and commitment to improving their lives, and thus their educational aspiration," said University of Toronto sociology professor Jeffrey Reitz.



[20-01-2008,23:21]
Anonymous



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