From the Carleton Newsroom
The 2020 university rankings published in Maclean’s magazine on Oct. 3, 2019 show great results for Carleton University in a number of areas, including student satisfaction, research, entry averages, quality programs and overall ranking.
Among comprehensive universities in Canada — those with a significant amount of research activity and a wide range of programs at the undergraduate and graduate levels, including professional degrees — Carleton maintained its Top 5 overall ranking.
With an entry high school grade average that hit a new high of 84.1 per cent, Carleton students reported that they were generally very pleased with their Carleton experience, leading to a Top 3 student satisfaction ranking in the comprehensive category.
In particular, students cited excellent mental health services, experiential learning opportunities, the quality of residence living, student life support, the quality of instructors and steps taken to prevent sexual assault.
Carleton also placed fourth among comprehensive schools on the number of students who have won national awards and the percentage of operating expenditures devoted to scholarships and bursaries for students.
Carleton’s rankings on research also improved and the university is now ranked No. 4 in citations and No. 7 in total research funding.
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