Canada despite having one of the best educational system and being the hub of post secondary institution, some of her universities are not highly ranked as others which is why we compiled the list of 7 worst universities in Canada. This universities being among the lowest doesn’t mean they’re useless but due to that their ranking by different Canadian agencies is too poor, I know many persons who are interested in this universities may ask the question listed below.
How are Canadian Universities Ranked?
Many platform’s are known to rank universities across the world not only in Canada, the different platform’s that used in ranking universities are listed below US News & World Report Ranking, Macleans, World University Rankings, The Higher Education (THE), QS World University Ranking, and Academic Ranking of World Universities, the following factors are considered when universities are being ranked, number of highly cited papers published by the university, quality of programs offered, publications, global research and reputation.
Some universities make it best in one or two of this areas but are still among the least, which still helps in proving they’re not worthless at all
Location: Northern Bay Ontario, CA
This university is a public liberal arts university, that specializes in undergraduate programs, this school exposes her students to individualized student experience, small class size, accessible professors, and research opportunities. It has about 3 faculties which are Faculty of Applied and Professional Studies, Faculty of Applied Arts and Science, and the Schulich School of Education, and School of Graduate Studies.
This university provides about 30 programs in both her undergraduate and postgraduate programs. It has great research and academic facilities.
Location: Brandon, Manitoba, Canada
This university was founded in 1889, and has a students population of about 3375, it is a undergraduate liberal art and science post-secondary institution. Its program is divided into 6 faculties which are Faculty of Arts, Faculty of Education, Faculty of Science, Faculty of Health Studies, School of Music (one of the best in Canada), and the Faculty of Graduate studies. It has a small class size and her it has a small class size and it makes her professors interact with students. And her students ratio is enough to cover her students.
St. Thomas University
Location: New Brunswick
This university was established in 1910, as a Catholic public liberal arts post secondary institution. Her students population is around 1900, and it offers programs like Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Applied Science, Bachelor of Education, and Bachelor of Social Work. It offers offers this program by interacting. With students aim of helping them gain versatile.
Cape Breton University (CBU)
Location: Nova Scotia, Canada
This university was established in 1957, it admits both undergraduate and postgraduate students in her programs divided into 4 faculties which are School of Arts and Social Science, School of Professional Studies, Shannon School of Business, and School of Science and Technology. This university has more undergraduate students than graduate students, having a students population of about 5500, both international and Canadian students. Her programs is offered both part-time and full time.
Location: Greater Sudbury, Ontario
This university was established in 1960, currently it is the largest provider of bilingual distabce education, most of her programs is focused on undergraduate programs and a few graduate. With her six faculties namely Faulty of Management, Faculty of Medicine, Faculty of Health, Faculty of Science, Engineering and Architecture, Faculty of Arts, Faculty of Education, and the Faculty of Graduate it offers her programs to both international and national students.
Mount Saint Vincent University
Location: Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.
This university was established in 1873 and has a students population of about 3300, undergraduate and 1100 postgraduate students. In her 40 undergraduate programs and 13 graduate programs. In other to develop her students research potential, it has provided them with 16 research centre’swith the state of arts facilities.
Universite de Moncton
This is French university, it was established in 1963 and has the following faculties Faculty of Administration, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Faculty of Education, Faculty of Engineering, Faculty of Graduate Studies, Faculty of Health Science and Community Services, Faculty of Sciences, and the Faculty of Law. It has many libraries where it has provided her students with research options.