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2008年最新加拿大大学排名  

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2008年最新加拿大大学排名                      消息来源:加拿大《麦克林》杂志

  一直以来,加拿大政府、教育部门都不对加拿大大学进行排名,这与加拿大这个国家体制有关。加拿大本身就是移民国家,各国人民安居乐业于此,国家是很平均的,因此社会平均、学校平均。实际上,加拿大教育制度十分严谨,学校能够开设某个专业就说明不论从师资力量还是硬件设施,这个学校都符合加拿大教育部门的要求,具备开设这个专业的能力。进行排名的机构都是第三方的,譬如加拿大权威杂志《Macleans 麦克林》,每年进行加拿大大学排名。

  每年7月份,《Macleans 麦克林》发给每个学校一份17月长的调查问卷,从学校的学生体系、班级数量、师资水平、财政力量、图书馆规模、学校声誉等进行评比。总的来说,麦克林将加拿大大学细分为三类做评比。医学博士类大学,侧重于是否提供广阔的博士课程和研究,以及是否设有医学院。综合类大学,主要侧重在本科和研究生层次上的研究经费以及课程设置的广泛性等方面。基础类大学,主要侧重于本科教育。

  以下是《麦克林》2008年加拿大大学排名,带“ * ”为并列排名。  附表:加拿大大学2010排行榜
  医学博士类大学

  2008排名 2007排名                  大学                         城市、省份

  1               1                McGil University 麦吉尔大学 Montreal,Quebec

  2               2*               Queen's University 女皇大学 Kingston,Ontario

  3                4               University of Toronto 多伦多大学 Toronto,Ontario

  4                2*             University of British Columbia 不列颠哥伦比亚大学 Vancouver,British Columbia

  5                5               University of Alberta 阿尔伯塔大学 Edmonton,Alberta

  6                6               McMaster University 麦克马斯特大学 Hamilton,Ontario

  7              10               University of Calgary 卡尔加里大学 Calgary,Alberta

  8                8*              Dalhousie University 戴尔豪西大学 Halifax,Nova Scotia

  9               11              University of Saskatchewan 萨省大学 Saskatoon,Saskatchewan

  10*             8*              University of Ottawa 渥太华大学 Ottawa,Ontario

  10*             7               University of Western Ontario 西安大略大学 London,Ontario

  12              12*            University Laval 拉瓦尔大学 Quebec City,Quebec

  13              14             University de Montreal 蒙特利尔大学 Montreal,Quebec

  14              12*            University de Sherbrooke谢布克大学 Sherbrooke,Quebec

  15              15             University of Manitoba马尼托巴大学 Winnipeg,Manitoba

  综合类大学

  2008排名    2007排名                          大学                                  城市、省份

  1*                2                Simon Fraser Univeristy 西蒙菲莎大学 Burnaby,British Columbia

  1*                1                University of Victoria 维多利亚大学 Victoria,British Columbia

  3                 3                University of Waterloo 滑铁卢大学 Waterloo,Ontario

  4                 4                University of Guelph 圭尔夫大学 Guelph,Ontario

  5*               5                 Memorial University of Newfoundland 纽芬兰纪念大学 St.John’s,Newfoundland

  5*               5                 University of New Brunswick纽布伦斯威克大学 Fredericton,New Brunswick

  7                7                 Carleton University 卡尔顿大学 Ottawa,Ontario

  8              10                 University of Windsor温莎大学 Windsor,Ontario

  9*               9                 University of Regina 里贾纳大学 Regina,Saskatchewan

  9*               8                 York University 约克大学 Toronto,Ontario

  11            11                 Concordia University肯考迪亚大学 Montreal,Quebec


  基础类大学
  2008排名    2007排名                          大学                                  城市、省份

  1                 4*              University of Northern British Columbia 北英属哥伦比亚大学 Prince George,BC


  2                 1               Acadia University 阿卡迪亚大学 Wolfville,Nova Scotia

  3                 3               St.Francis Xavier University 圣弗朗西斯大学 Antigonish,Nova Scotia

  4                 6*              Wilfrid Laurier University 劳里埃大学 Waterloo,Ontario

  5                 4*              Trent University 川特大学 Peterborough,Ontario

  6*                6*              University of Lethbridge莱斯布里奇大学 Lethbridge,Alberta

  6*                8               University of Prince Edward Island 爱德华王子岛大学 Charlottetown,PEI


  8                 9               University of Winnipeg 温尼伯大学 Winnipeg,Manitoba

  9               11*              St. Mary's University 圣玛丽大学 Halifax,Nova Scotia

  10*            18*              Brandon University 布兰登大学 Brandon,Manitoba

  10*            11*               Lakehead University 湖首大学 Thunder Bay,Ontario

  12              11*              Ryerson University 瑞尔森大学 Toronto,Ontario

  13              15*              Brock University 布鲁克大学 St.Catharines,Ontario

  14*             15*              Mount Saint Vincent University 圣文森特山大学 Halifax,Nova Scotia

  14*             11*              University de Moncton 麦克敦大学 Edmundston,New Brunswick

  16*              17               Bishop's Univesity 教大学 Sherbrooke,Quebec

  16*              10               Laurentian University 劳伦森大学 Sudbury,Ontario

  18               18*              St. Thomas University 圣托马斯大学 Fredericton,New Brunswick

  19               20               Nipissing University 尼皮辛大学 North Bay,Ontario

  20               21               Cape Breton University不列颠海角大学 Sydney,Nova Scotia

Annual Rankings                                                           Macleans Magazine

Our exclusive evaluation of university excellence. Who's on top?

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Now in its 18th year of ranking, Maclean’s continues its mandate to provide basic, essential information in a comprehensive package to help students choose the university that best suits their needs. The annual rankings assess Canadian universities on a diverse range of factors, from spending on student services and scholarships and bursaries, to funding for libraries and faculty success in obtaining national research grants. Maclean’s surveys universities with a focus on the undergraduate experience, and an intent to offer an overview of the quality of instruction and services available to students at public universities across the country.

::Medical Doctoral University Rankings

::Comprehensive University Rankings

::Primarily Undergraduate University Rankings

See also: “Asking the Experts”

Maclean’s places universities in one of three categories, recognizing the differences in types of institutions, levels of research funding, the diversity of offerings, and the range of graduate and professional programs. Primarily Undergraduate universities are largely focused on undergraduate education, with relatively few graduate programs. Those in the Comprehensive category have a significant amount of research activity and a wide range of programs at the undergraduate and graduate levels, including professional degrees. Medical Doctoral universities offer a broad range of Ph.D. programs and research. In addition, all universities in this category have medical schools, which sets them apart in terms of the size of research grants.

In each category, Maclean’s ranks the institutions on a range of factors—or performance indicators—in six broad areas (weightings are in parentheses). Primarily Undergraduate and Comprehensive universities are ranked on 13 performance measures; Medical Doctoral universities are ranked on 14. Figures include data from all federated and affiliated institutions. The magazine does not rank schools with fewer than 1,000 full-time students or those that are restrictive due to a religious or specialized mission.

The ranking process begins in the spring when thousands of reputational surveys are sent to university officials, high-school principals and guidance counsellors, heads of organizations, CEOs and corporate recruiters across the country, asking for their views on quality and innovation at Canadian universities. During the course of the summer, Maclean’s collects information on dozens of student and faculty awards from 44 administering agencies.

The Maclean’s rankings are based on the most recent and publicly available data. Student and faculty numbers are obtained from Statistics Canada, as are data for all five financial indicators—operating budget, spending on student services, scholarships and bursaries, library expenses and acquisitions—as well as total research income. For the social sciences and humanities research grants indicator and the medical/science research grants indicator, data for fiscal year 2007-2008 are received directly from the three major federal granting agencies: the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada, and the Canadian Institutes of Health Research. The Canadian Association of Research Libraries and its regional counterparts provide figures used for the library holdings indicators. Financial and library figures are for the fiscal year 2006-2007; student and faculty numbers are for 2005-2006.

You will also find display tables of additional data, such as entering grade averages and graduation rates—information that, surprisingly, not all universities are willing to make public. Maclean’s obtains the figures in this section directly from universities, from university websites—whenever such data are available and comparable—as well as from Common University Data Ontario (CUDO), an initiative of the Council of Ontario Universities.

The rankings are weighted as follows:

STUDENTS/CLASSES (20% of final score)

Maclean’s collects data on the success of the student body at winning national academic awards (weighted 10 per cent) over the previous five years. The list covers 38 fellowship and prize programs, encompassing nearly 16,000 individual awards. The count includes such prestigious awards as the Rhodes Scholarships, the Fulbright awards, as well as scholarships from professional associations and the three federal granting agencies. Each university’s total of student awards is divided by its number of full-time students, yielding a count of awards relative to each institution’s size.

Maclean’s also measures the number of full-time-equivalent students per full-time faculty member (10 per cent). This student/faculty ratio includes all students, graduate as well as undergrads.

FACULTY (18%)

In assessing the caliber of faculty, Maclean’s calculates the number who have over the past five years won major national awards, including the distinguished Killam, Molson and Steacie prizes, the Royal Society of Canada awards, the 3M Teaching Fellowships and nearly 40 other award programs covering a total of 818 individual awards (six per cent). To scale for institution size, the award count for each university is divided by each school’s number of full-time faculty.

In addition, the magazine measures the success of faculty in securing research grants from each of the three major federal granting agencies: the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada, and the Canadian Institutes of Health Research. Maclean’s takes into account both the number and the dollar value received in the previous year, and divides the totals by each institution’s full-time faculty count. Research grants are reported by how many are awarded to the primary investigator on a project. Social sciences and humanities grants (six per cent) and medical/science grants (six per cent) are tallied as separate indicators.

RESOURCES (12%)

This section examines the amount of money available for current expenses per weighted full-time-equivalent student (six per cent). Students are weighted according to their level of study—bachelor, master’s or doctorate—and their program of study. To broaden the scope of the research picture, Maclean’s also measures total research dollars (six per cent). This figure, calculated relative to the size of each institution’s fulltime faculty, includes income from sponsored research, such as grants and contracts, federal, provincial and foreign government funding, as well as funding from non-governmental organizations.

STUDENT SUPPORT (13%)

To evaluate the assistance available to students, Maclean’s examines the percentage of the budget spent on student services (6.5 per cent) as well as scholarships and bursaries (6.5 per cent). Expenditures are measured as they are reported to the Canadian Association of University Business Officers.

LIBRARY (15%)

This section assesses the breadth and currency of the collection. Universities receive points for the number of volumes and volume equivalents per number of full-time-equivalent students (five per cent for Primarily Undergraduate and Comprehensive, four per cent for Medical Doctoral). The total holdings measurement is used in the Medical Doctoral category (one per cent), acknowledging the importance of extensive on-campus collections in those universities.

As well, Maclean’s measures the percentage of a university’s operating budget allocated to library services (five per cent) and the percentage of the library budget spent on updating the collection (five per cent). In acknowledging a shift from the traditional library model—books on shelves—to an electronic access model, Maclean’s captures spending on electronic resources in both the library expenses and acquisitions measurements.

REPUTATION (22%)

This section reflects a university’s reputation in the community at large. For the reputational survey (22 per cent), respondents rated the universities in three categories: Highest Quality, Most Innovative, and Leaders of Tomorrow. Best Overall represents the sum of the scores.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Until 2007, the Maclean’s rankings included additional indicators. The number was reduced last year as some universities refuse to disclose even such basic information as retention rates and average entering grades. Still, for those universities that have made public this data, Maclean’s publishes those numbers here in order to provide students with the widest range of information possible.

As a measure of student quality, Maclean’s presents incoming students’ average highschool grades. The figures are for full-time students attending university in their home province. No conversion formula is applied to incoming grade averages to adjust for provincial differences or varying admission policies, although C?GEP grades are converted from an R score to a percentage grade. As well, it should be noted that certain universities, to enhance accessibility, accept students with lower grades.

To provide a more detailed picture of grade averages, Maclean’s displays grades divided into six grade ranges, extending from less than 70 per cent to 95 per cent and higher.

As a measure of drawing power, Maclean’s counts the proportion of out-of-province students in the first-year undergraduate class, and the proportion of first-year international students.

In taking stock of retention rates, Maclean’s asks for the percentage of full-time, first-year students who return in second year. While many factors can affect a student’s choice not to return—personal considerations, or a decision to transfer to a program unavailable at their home university—student retention, on the whole, reflects a university’s success in keeping its students on course.

Maclean’s also measures graduation rates by tracking an incoming cohort of full-time, first-year undergraduate students to determine if they received a degree within seven years. The graduation numbers include students in three-year programs, as well as those in such second-entry programs as medicine, law and education—programs that have a highly selective admissions process. As such, the number of these programs at any given university can affect the overall graduation rate.

In assessing faculty, Maclean’s counts the percentage of full-time instructional faculty members who have a Ph.D., a first professional degree or a terminal degree in their field. Finally, in taking a look at the classroom experience, Maclean’s presents figures on average undergraduate class sizes at the first- and second-year level, as well as at the third- and fourth-year level.

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