McGill once again ranked first in the “medical-doctoral” category in scholarships and bursaries for students, as well as in social sciences and humanities grants relative to faculty size. Maclean’s published the results online Wednesday evening.
“Our leading position in scholarships and bursaries in this ranking underscores our commitment to ensuring accessibility to education for all talented students, regardless of their financial means,” said Principal Suzanne Fortier.
McGill once again ranked first in the “medical-doctoral” category in student awards; budget spent on scholarships and bursaries; and social-sciences and humanities grants, relative to faculty size.
For the tenth year in a row, Maclean’s has ranked McGill University as the top university in Canada among institutions offering medical-doctoral programs.
McGill University has placed among the top 25 universities globally for the tenth consecutive year, ranking 21st in the 2013 QS World University Rankings.
For the 8th consecutive year, McGill University is ranked first in the medical-doctoral category in Maclean’s magazine’s annual issue devoted to Canadian universities.
McGill University in Montreal, Quebec, has placed among the top 20 universities globally for the sixth consecutive year in the QS World University Rankings. In the 2012 rankings, released today, McGill is listed in 18th place, compared with 17th in 2011 and 19th in 2010.