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23 Top Canadian Universities with Highest Acceptance Rates

Here are the top 23 Canadian universities with the highest acceptance rates:

23. University of Waterloo

Located in Waterloo, Ontario. Average acceptance rate at this university is 52% and international tuition fee is 54,600 CAD per year. The university is famous for its co-op programs and one of the world’s top 50 universities for engineering.

22. University of Manitoba

Located in Winnipeg Manitoba. Average acceptance rate is 52% and international tuition fee is as 22,000 CAD. Knows as being western Canada’s oldest university and offers more than 100 degree programs and most of its academic departments include graduate studies.

21. University of British Columbia

Located in Vancouver and Kelowna, British Columbia. Average acceptance rate is 53% and international tuition fee is minimum of 50,000 CAD for undergraduates and 21,000 CAD for graduate studies. UBC is ranked among the top three universities in Canada and is home to 16 faculties, 18 schools and two colleges.

20. University of Ottawa

Located in Ottawa, Ontario. Average acceptance rate is 54% and international tuition fee is minimum of 55,000 CAD for undergraduate and 24,000 CAD for graduate studies. The University has an extensive co-op program boasting a 96% placement rate and home to the largest law School in the country.

19.Simon Fraser University

Located in Vancouver, Burnaby and Surrey. Average acceptance rate is 56% and international tuition fee is minimum of 29,000 CAD for undergraduates and 6,000 CAD for graduate studies. The university has 8 faculties, 100 undergraduate and 45 graduate programs. The three semester system provides flexibility and the university has extensive co-op offerings.

18. McMaster University

Located in Hamilton, Ontario. Average acceptance rate is 58.7% and international tuition fee is minimum of 50,000 CAD for undergraduates and 18,000 CAD for graduate studies. The university has an international reputation for the innovative educational programming offered by its various faculties and home to more than 70 research centers and institutes.

17. University of Windsor

Located in Windsor, Ontario. Average acceptance rate is 60% and international tuition fee is minimum of 34,000 CAD for undergraduates and 34,500 CAD for graduate studies. The university is one of the oldest in Canada but tuition fee is on the higher end and offers a broad range of prestigious programs within 9 faculties.

16. University of Victoria

Located in Victoria British Columbia. Average acceptance is 63%, international tuition fee is minimum of 27,000 CAD for undergraduates and 6,000 CAD for graduate studies. This is one of Canada’s top research universities and consistently North America’s top university for published research based on international collaboration and as one of Canada’s largest co-op education programs.

15. University of Regina

Located in Regina, Saskatchewan. Average acceptance rate is 64%, international tuition fee is minimum of 19,000 CAD for undergraduates and 11,000 CAD for graduate studies. The University is mainly known for its nursing and education programs and offers 50 master’s degree courses and one doctoral program internship. Work placements are incorporated into many programs.

14. Concordia University

Located in Montreal Quebec. Average acceptance rate is 65%, international tuition fee is minimum of 31,000 CAD for undergraduates and 20,000 CAD for graduate studies. One of Canada’s largest universities offering more than 500 programs at the undergraduate and graduate level and most programs are among the top 10 in Canada.

13. University of Winnipeg

Located in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Average acceptance rate is 65%, international tuition fee is minimum of 16,000 CAD for undergraduates and 16,000 CAD for graduate studies. The University of Winnipeg is noted for its academic excellence, environmental commitment, small class sizes, top-notch faculty and campus diversity.

12. University of Prince Edward Island

Located in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island. Average acceptance rate is 65 percent, international tuition fee is minimum of 17,000 CAD for undergraduates and 16,000 CAD for graduate studies. This is the only University in Prince Edward Island and has 8 faculties.

11. Brandon university

Located in Brandon, Manitoba. Average acceptance rate is 66%, international tuition fee is minimum of 15,000 CAD for undergraduates. it is a relatively small university but students enjoy an excellent student to faculty ratio and one of the lowest tuitions in Canada. It offers undergraduate and graduate degrees through the faculties of Arts, Education, Health studies, science and a school of music.

10. University of Guelph

Located in Guelph, Ontario. Average acceptance rate is 66%, international tuition fee is minimum of 33,000 CAD for undergraduates and 15,000 CAD for graduate studies. The university is well known for its strength in areas as diverse as agri-food and veterinary medicine, human nutrition, Family Development, environmental studies and engineering. Overall, the University of Guelph ranks among the top 20 universities in Canada and top 600 in the world.

9. University of Alberta

Located in Edmonton, Alberta. Average acceptance rate is 66%, international tuition fee is minimum of 40,000 CAD for undergraduates and 10,000 CAD for graduate studies. The university is one of Canada’s top universities and among the world’s leading public research intensive universities and has a strong reputation in several areas including its engineering and science faculties.

8. Dalhousie University

Located in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Average acceptance rate is 70%, international tuition fee is minimum of 23,000 CAD for undergraduates and 19,000 CAD for graduate studies. This university is widely recognized for its outstanding academic quality and teaching. It is one of Canada’s oldest universities and home to 13 faculties with 200+ degree programs.

7. University of Saskatchewan

Located in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Average acceptance rate is 72%, international tuition fee is minimum of 18,000 CAD for undergraduates and 6,000 CAD for graduate studies. The university is specially renowned for its contributions to medical research, home of the Canadian light source and VIDO InterVac, one of world’s leading developers of vaccines and therapeutic technologies.

6. Brock University

Located in St. Catharine’s, Ontario. Average acceptance rate is 73%, international tuition fee is minimum of 28,000 CAD for undergraduates and 9,000 CAD for graduate studies. The only school in Canada and internationally to offer the MICA program. Brock’s huge co-op program places more than 2,150 students annually and enjoys a 98% work- term placement rate.

5. University of Northern British Columbia

Located in Prince George, BC. Average acceptance rate is 75%, international tuition fee is minimum of 7,300 CAD for undergraduates and 5,300 CAD for graduate studies. UNBC is one of Canada’s best small universities and has outstanding undergraduate and graduate learning opportunities that explore cultures, Health, Economies, Sciences and the environment.

4. Ryerson University

Located in Toronto, Ontario average acceptance rate is 80%, international tuition fee is minimum of 29,000 CAD for undergraduates and 25,000 CAD for graduate studies. It was home to Canada’s largest undergraduate Business School and third largest undergraduate engineering.

3. Mount Royal University

Located in Calgary Alberta. Average acceptance rate is as high as 83% this university, international tuition fee is minimum of 22,000 CAD for undergraduates. The school has high reputation for personalized learning in smaller class sizes and offers a wide selection of bachelor’s degrees as well as diploma and certificate programs.

2. Lakehead University

Located in two campuses; Thunder Bay and Orillia Ontario. Average acceptance rate in this university is also 83%, international tuition fee is minimum of 28,000 CAD for undergraduates and 22,000 CAD for graduate studies. This university offers a broad range of degree and diploma programs across 10 faculties on two campuses and home to Ontario’s newest faculty of law.

1. University of Lethbridge

Located in Lethbridge, Alberta and with the second campus in the City of Calgary, Alberta. Average acceptance rate in this university is 93%, international tuition fee is minimum of 17,000 CAD for undergraduates and 10,000 CAD for graduate studies. It is one of Canada’s top ranked universities and leading research institutions. The university offers over 150 degree programs.

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