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THES-QS World University Rankings 2007

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27 new universities from 14 different countries enter the top 200

The THES-QS World University Rankings 2007 reflects the internationalisation of higher education around the world, with 27 universities from 14 different countries entering the top 200 for the first time.

• Top 10: The UK and USA still dominate – Harvard University, Cambridge, Oxford and Yale retain the top four positions for the second year. University College London and Chicago join the top 10 for the first time.

• Top 50: The addition of the Netherlands sees 12 countries featured in the top 50 compared to 11 in 2006 . New entrants include; Brown University, Bristol, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Osaka, Boston, Amsterdam.

• Top 100: The top 100 sees the number of Asian universities increase to 13 (12 in 2006) but the number of European Universities dropped to

35 (41 in 2006). North America strengthened to 43 Universities (37 in 2006).

• Top 200: Universities from 28 different countries represented in the top 200.

• Increases in International Faculty: 143 of the top 200 Universities reported an increase in their percentage of international faculty to total faculty.

• Increases in International Students: 137 of the top 200 Universities reported an increase in their percentage of international students to total students.

Some country highlights from the 2007 results:

• UK: University College London joins Universities of Oxford and Cambridge and Imperial College in the world’s elite Top 10 and is the highest riser (from 25 in 2006) among the leading institutions.

• USA: Princeton University’s continued domestic success is reflected in an improved international ranking, featuring in the top 10 for the first time, whilst, Pennsylvania, John Hopkins and Carnegie-Mellon join the top 20 for the first time.

• Asia: Universities of Tokyo, Hong Kong, Kyoto, National University of Singapore, Peking, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Tsinghua and Osaka lead Asian higher education, all featuring in the top 50.

• China: Fudan University joins Peking and Tsinghua Universities in world’s Top 100.

• Canada: Stronger performance with 11 universities (up from 7 in 2006) in top 200

• Latin America: In Latin American 3 universities make world’s top 200

• Ireland: University College Dublin joins Trinity College Dublin in world’s Top 200

• Scandinavia: Stronger as Uppsala and Helsinki Universities join Copenhagen University in the top 100

• Africa: Cape Town at 200 is first ever African institution in the Rankings.

According to Martin Ince, of the Times Higher Education Supplement “The 2007 THES-QS World University Rankings are the most rigorous and complete so far. They show that the US and UK model of independent universities supported with significant state funding produces great results, but they also prove that academic excellence is found on every continent.”

Nunzio Quacquarelli, Managing Director of QS, says: “The THES-QS World University Rankings has met an important need amongst universities, employers and young candidates to be able to compare and benchmark institutions across borders. They have generated intense interest in recent years – this year, over one million unique visitors have checked out the results and methodology on www.topuniversities.com.

Interested to get Ranking Table click here: The Times Higher World University Rankings 2007

Canadian University & College GPA Grading Systems

Grading System    0 – 4

Acadia University   

Augustana Faculty       

Brandon University 

McGill University

Royal Roads University

University of Alberta
University of Calgary 
ABUniversity of Lethbridge

ONUniversity of Toronto

Emily Carr Institute of Art & Design
Mount Royal College 

Grading System    0 – 4.3

Concordia University

Dalhousie University

Mount Allison University
Mount St Vincent University

Simon Fraser University
St. Francis Xavier University
Thompson Rivers University
Open University

Ryerson University

Saint Mary’s University
Trinity Western University
University College Of The Cariboo
Université de Montréal
Université du Québec 
University of Sherbrooke
Université de Sherbrooke

Université Laval
University of New Brunswick
University of Northern British Columbia

University of Winnipeg
University College of the Fraser Valley

Capilano College
Douglas College
Kwantlen University College
Langara College
College of New Caledonia
North Island College

Grading System    0 – 4.5

University of Manitoba

Grading System    0 – 9

University of Victoria

York University

Grading System    0 – 10

Malaspina University College
Université d’Ottawa

College of the Rockies

Grading System    0 –  12

Carleton University

McMaster University

University of Waterloo
Wilfrid Laurier University

Grading System    0 –  13

University of Windsor
 

Grading System    0 – 100%

Trent UniversityAthabasca University  
Bishop’s University 
Brock University
Lakehead University
Laurentian University – laurentian
Université Laurentienne – laurentian 
Memorial University of Newfoundland
Nova Scotia Agricultural College
Nova Scotia College of Art and Design
Okanagan University College
Queen’s University
Royal Military College of Canada
Le Collège Militaire Royal du Canada
University of British Columbia
University of Guelph
University of Laval
University of Regina
University of Saskatchewan 
University of Waterloo
University of Western Ontario

Chemistry Departments in Canada

Alberta

Centre for Natural and Human Science (Chemistry)
Athabasca University
1 University Drive
Athabasca AB T9S 3A3
Tel: (780) 675-6380
Fax: (780) 675-6186

Chemistry Department
The King’s University College
9125 50th Street
Edmonton AB T6B 2H3
Tel: (780) 465-3500
Fax: (780) 465-3534

Department of Chemistry
University of Alberta
Edmonton AB T6G 2G2
Tel: (780) 492-3254
Fax: (780) 492-8231

Department of Chemistry
University of Calgary
2500 University Drive N.W.
Calgary AB T2N 1N4
Tel: (403) 220-5341
Fax: (403) 289-9488
Gen Info: info@chem.ucalgary.ca

Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
University of Lethbridge
Lethbridge AB T1K 3M4
Tel: (403) 329-2301
Fax: (403) 329-2057
E-mail: chm@uleth.ca

British Columbia

Department of Chemistry
Simon Fraser University
8888 University Drive
Burnaby BC V5A 1S6
Tel: (604) 291-3590
Fax: (604) 291-3765

Chemistry Department
University of British Columbia
Room E257 2036 Main Mall
Vancouver BC V6T 1Z1
Tel: (604) 822-3266
Fax: (604) 822-2847

Department of Chemistry
University of Northern British Columbia
3333 University Way
Prince George BC V2N 4Z9
Information contact: Debbie Price (price@unbc.ca)

Chemistry Department
University of Victoria
P.O. Box 3065
Victoria BC V8W 3V6
Tel: (205) 721-7152
Fax: (205) 721-7147

Manitoba

Department of Chemistry
University of Manitoba
Winnipeg MB R3T 2N2
Tel: (204) 474-9321
Fax: (204) 474-7608
E-mail: chemdpt@pauli.chem.umanitoba.ca

Department of Chemistry
The University of Winnipeg
515 Portage Avenue
Winnipeg MB R3B 2E9
Tel: (204) 786-9859

New Brunswick

Chemistry Program
Mount Allison University
Sackville NB E0A 3C0
Tel: (506) 364-2361
Fax: (506) 364-2313
E-mail: Secretary (mclorette@mta.ca)

Department of Chemistry
University of New Brunswick
Bag Service #45222
Fredericton NB E3B 6E2
Tel: (506) 453-4781
Fax: (506) 453-4981
E-mail: chem@unb.ca

Newfoundland

Chemistry Department
Memorial University of Newfoundland
St. John’s NF A1B 3X7
Tel: (709) 737-8772
E-mail: jsquires@morgan.ucs.mun.ca

Nova Scotia

Chemistry Department
Acadia University
Wolfville NS B0P 1X0
Tel: (902) 585-1242
Fax: (902) 585-1114

Department of Chemistry
Dalhousie University
Halifax NS B3H 4J3
Tel: (902) 494-3305
Fax: (902) 494-1310
E-mail: dalchem@is.dal.ca

Chemistry/Physics Department
Mount Saint Vincent University
Halifax NS B3M 2J6
Tel: (902) 457-6495
Fax: (902) 457-6134

Department of Chemistry
St. Francis Xavier University
P.O. Box 5000
Antigonish NS B2G 2W5
Tel: (902) 867-2196
Fax: (902) 867-2414

Department of Chemistry
Saint Mary’s University
923 Robie Street
Halifax NS B3H 3C3
Tel: (902) 420-5660
Fax: (902) 496-8104 or (902) 420-5261

Ontario

Department of Chemistry
Carleton University
1125 Colonel By Drive
Ottawa ON K1S 5B6
Tel: (613) 520-3589

Department of Chemistry
Lakehead University
955 Oliver Road
Thunder Bay ON P7B 5E1
Tel: (807) 343-8458
Fax: (807) 346-7775

Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry
Laurentian University
Sudbury ON P3E 2C6
Tel: (705) 675-1151

Department of Chemistry
McMaster University
Hamilton ON L8S 4M1
Tel: (905) 525-9140, ext. 23487
Fax: (905) 522-2509

Department of Chemistry
Queen’s University
Kingston ON K7L 3N6
Tel: (613) 545-2616
Fax: (613) 545-6669

Chemistry Department
Trent University
1600 West Bank Drive
Peterborough ON K9J 7B8
Tel: (705) 748-1505
Fax: (705) 748-1625

Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
University of Guelph
Guelph ON N1G 2W1
Tel: (519) 824-4120 Ext. 3800
Fax: (519) 766-1499

Department of Chemistry
University of Ottawa
550 Cumberland Street
Ottawa ON K1N 6N5
Tel: (613) 562-5728
Fax: (613) 562-5170

Department of Chemistry
University of Toronto
80 St. George St.
Toronto ON M5S 1A1
General Inquiry: (416) 978-3564

Chemistry Department
University of Waterloo
Waterloo ON N2L 3G1
Tel: (519) 885-1211
Fax: (519)746-0435

Chemistry Department
University of Western Ontario
Chemistry Bldg
London ON N6A 5B7
Tel: (519) 661-2166
Fax: (519) 661-3022
E-mail: chem@uwo.ca

Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry
University of Windsor
401 Sunset Ave
Windsor ON N9B3P4
Tel: (519) 253-3000 ext 3521
Fax: (519) 973-7098
E-mail: chembio@uwindsor.ca

Department of Chemistry
Wilfrid Laurier University
Science Building, WLU
75 University Avenue West
Waterloo ON N2L 3C5
Tel: (519) 884-1970 ext. 2148
Fax: (519) 746-0677

Department of Chemistry
York University

Prince Edward Island

Chemistry Department
University of Prince Edward Island
550 University Avenue
Charlottetown PE C1A 4P3

Quebec

Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
Concordia University
Location:
Sir George Williams Campus
Hall Building, Room H 1139
Tel: (514) 848-3366

Department of Chemistry
McGill University
801 Sherbrooke St. West
Montreal QC H3A 2K6
Tel: (514) 398-6999
or within the United States or Canada
(800) 362-0790
Fax: (514) 398-3797

Département de chimie
(French only)
Université de Montréal
Case postale 6128, succursale Centre-ville
Montréal QC H3C 3J7
Tel: (514) 343-7058
Fax: (514) 343-7586
E-Mail: chimie@ere.UMontreal.CA

Département de chimie
(French only)

Saskatchewan

Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
University of Regina
Regina SK S4S 0A2

Department of Chemistry
University of Saskatchewan
110 Science Place
Saskatoon SK S7N 5C9
Tel: (306) 966-4655
Fax: (306) 966-4730

Canadian Universities

ACADIA
Wolfville, N.S. (1838)
Full-time students: 3,719
Part-time students: 324

ALBERTA
Edmonton, Alta. (1906)
Full-time students: 27,961
Part-time students: 4,285

BISHOP’S
Lennoxville, Que. (1843)
Full-time students: 1,887
Part-time students: 523

BRANDON
Brandon, Man. (1899)
Full-time students: 1,891
Part-time students: 1,065

BRITISH COLUMBIA (UBC)
Vancouver, B.C. (1908)
Full-time students: 26,417
Part-time students: 10,841

BROCK
St. Catharines, Ont. (1964)
Full-time students: 7,563
Part-time students: 4,353

CALGARY
Calgary, Alta. (1966)
Full-time students: 22,273
Part-time students: 4,672

CAPE BRETON (UCCB)
Sydney, N.S. (1974)
Full-time students: 2,631
Part-time students: 647

CARLETON
Ottawa, Ont. (1942)
Full-time students: 14,076
Part-time students: 4,387

CONCORDIA
Montreal, Que. (1974)
Full-time students: 15,691
Part-time students: 12,546

DALHOUSIE
Halifax, N.S. (1818)
Full-time students: 11,432
Part-time students: 2,211

GUELPH
Guelph, Ont. (1964)
Full-time students: 13,617
Part-time students: 1,512

LAKEHEAD
Thunder Bay, Ont. (1965)
Full-time students: 4,862
Part-time students: 1,278

LAURENTIAN
Sudbury, Ont. (1960)
Full-time students: 3,818
Part-time students: 2,055

LAVAL
Quebec City, Que. (1663)
Full-time students: 22,884
Part-time students: 12,947

LETHBRIDGE
Lethbridge, Alta. (1967)
Full-time students: 5,940
Part-time students: 1,023

MANITOBA
Winnipeg, Man. (1877)
Full-time students: 17,591
Part-time students: 5,967

MCGILL
Montreal, Que. (1821)
Full-time students: 22,029
Part-time students: 7,024

MCMASTER
Hamilton, Ont. (1887)
Full-time students: 14,528
Part-time students: 3,511

MEMORIAL
St. John’s and Corner Brook, Nfld. (1925)
Full-time students: 12,888
Part-time students: 2,737

MONCTON
Moncton, Edmundston and Shippagan, N.B. (1963)
Full-time students: 4,793
Part-time students: 1,192

MONTREAL
Montreal, Que. (1878)
Full-time students: 33,269
Part-time students: 16,728

MOUNT ALLISON
Sackville, N.B. (1839)
Full-time students: 2,294
Part-time students: 841

MOUNT SAINT VINCENT
Halifax, N.S. (1873)
Full-time students: 2,113
Part-time students: 2,004

NEW BRUNSWICK (UNB)
Fredericton and Saint John, N.B. (1785)
Full-time students: 9,556
Part-time students: 1,986

NIPISSING
North Bay, Ont. (1992)
Full-time students: 1,985
Part-time students: 2,116

NORTHERN BRITISH COLUMBIA (UNBC)
Prince George, B.C. (1994)
Full-time students: 2,280
Part-time students: 1,302

OTTAWA
Ottawa, Ont. (1848)
Full-time students: 18,932
Part-time students: 6,983

PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND (UPEI)
Charlottetown, P.E.I. (1969)
Full-time students: 2,816
Part-time students: 566

QUEEN’S
Kingston, Ont. (1841)
Full-time students: 15,259
Part-time students: 2,964

REGINA
Regina, Sask. (1974)
Full-time students: 7,149
Part-time students: 4,829

RYERSON
Toronto, Ont. (1948)
Full-time students: 11,163
Part-time students: 12,047

ST. FRANCIS XAVIER
Antigonish, N.S. (1853)
Full-time students: 3,609
Part-time students: 964

SAINT MARY’S
Halifax, N.S. (1802)
Full-time students: 5,310
Part-time students: 1,952

ST. THOMAS
Fredericton, N.B. (1910)
Full-time students: 2,570
Part-time students: 281

SASKATCHEWAN
Saskatoon, Sask. (1907)
Full-time students: 15,012
Part-time students: 3,481

SHERBROOKE
Sherbrooke, Que. (1954)
Full-time students: 9,003
Part-time students: 6,765

SIMON FRASER
Burnaby, B.C. (1963)
Full-time students: 10,870
Part-time students: 9,532

TORONTO
Toronto, Ont. (1827)
Full-time students: 44,126
Part-time students: 14,979

TRENT
Peterborough, Ont. (1963)
Full-time students: 4,227
Part-time students: 1,292

VICTORIA
Victoria, B.C. (1963)
Full-time students: 11,708
Part-time students: 6,487

WATERLOO
Waterloo, Ont. (1957)
Full-time students: 19,782
Part-time students: 2,933

WESTERN ONTARIO
London, Ont. (1878)
Full-time students: 24,759
Part-time students: 4,435

WILFRID LAURIER
Waterloo, Ont. (1911)
Full-time students: 8,314
Part-time students: 1,973

WINDSOR
Windsor, Ont. (1857)
Full-time students: 10,055
Part-time students: 3,414

WINNIPEG
Winnipeg, Man. (1871)
Full-time students: 4,093
Part-time students: 2,984

YORK
Toronto, Ont. (1959)
Full-time students: 30,056
Part-time students: 8,272

The Maclean’s Directory

Canadian MBA

(Hit the header if you are not seeing a table)

School

Average GMAT score

Full-time enrolment

% students employed after 3 mos.

Min. years work exp. required

% of int’l students

Alberta

600

106

93

2

43

Brock

587

51

95

0

24

Cape Breton

44

0

29

Dalhousie

560

182

70

0

27

DeGroote (McMaster)

627

310

81

1

10

Guelph

171

3

23

Haskayne (Calgary)

625

130

95

3

40

HEC Montréal

603

174

82

3

55

I. H. Asper (Manitoba)

541

14

55

3

5

John Molson (Concordia)

643

204

75

2

35

Joseph L. Rotman (Toronto)

668

545

93

2

45

Lansbridge

120

100

0

15

Laurentian

570

35

2

57

Laval

341

70

0

29

McGill

646

251

82

2

49

Memorial

579

45

0

7

Moncton

58

90

2

46

New Brunswick

545

76

82

0

33

New Brunswick–Saint John

580

201

79

3

70

Odette (Windsor)

570

194

0

24

Ottawa

616

56

72

2

24

Queen’s

656

54

69

2

48

Regina

530

55

95

2

15

Richard Ivey (Western)

650

305

94

2

23

Ryerson

35

2

18

Saskatchewan

538

14

82

3

15

Sauder (British Columbia)

620

214

92

2

64

Schulich (York)

660

471

90

2

57

Sherbrooke

50

88

2

38

Simon Fraser

620

90

80

2

30

Sobey (Saint Mary’s)

610

80

90

2

38

Sprott (Carleton)

615

35

0

29

Victoria

556

82

83

2

40

Wilfrid Laurier

590

80

90

2

13

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Accredited Canadian Engineering Degree Programs

University of Alberta
The University of British Columbia
The University of Calgary
Carleton University
Concordia University
Dalhousie University
École de technologie supérieure
University of Guelph
Lakehead University
Laurentian University
Université Laval
The University of Manitoba
McGill University
McMaster University
Memorial University of Newfoundland
Université de Moncton
University of New Brunswick
University of Ottawa
École Polytechnique de Montréal
Université du Québec à Chicoutimi
Université du Québec à Rimouski
Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières
Queen’s University at Kingston
The University of Regina
Royal Military College of Canada
Ryerson Polytechnic University
University of Saskatchewan
Université de Sherbrooke
Simon Fraser University
University of Toronto
University of Victoria
University of Waterloo
The University of Western Ontario
University of Windsor

Canadian Universities – Applications

I am presenting here admission and applications procedure of various Canadian Universities.

1.Acadia University

2.University of Alberta

3.Brock University

4.University of Calgary

5.Concordia University

6.University of Guleph

7.Laurentian University

8.University of Lethbridge

9.University of Manitoba

10.McGill University

11.University of New Brunswick

12.University of Ottawa

13.Queens University

14.University of Regina

Canada-Tuition fees: The higher cost of higher edu…

Canada-Tuition fees: The higher cost of higher education
For many post-secondary students, the rising cost of tuition tops their list of grievances. And it’s not hard to see why. In the early 1990s, average tuition fees were rising by more than 15 per cent a year at Canada’s universities. While the rate of fee hikes slowed later in the decade and into the new millennium, the increases still tended to far outstrip the rate of inflation. Broadly speaking, tuition fees have tripled since 1990-91

Illiteracy:Canada’s shame Conclusion of a recent s…

Illiteracy:Canada’s shame
Conclusion of a recent study published in The National | May 24, 2006

Nearly 15 per cent of Canadians can’t understand the writing on simple medicine labels such as on an Aspirin bottle, a failing that could seriously limit the ability of a parent, for example, to determine the dangers for a child.
An additional 27 per cent can’t figure out simple information like the warnings on a hazardous materials sheet, the kinds of warning that set out workplace dangers such as risks to the eyes and skin.
In total, 42 per cent of Canadians are semi-illiterate. The proportion is even worse for those in middle age. And even when new immigrants are excluded, the numbers remains pretty much the same.
But what’s worse is that for the past 15 years there’s been scarcely any improvement.

Canada Computer Engineering Programs

Program for Which GRE is not Required

Computer Engineering

1. Univ of Alberta

The Department’s minimum admission requirements are an
undergraduate degree with an average of 3.0 in the last
two years of full-time study (or equivalent) at the
University of Alberta, or an equivalent qualification
from a recognized institution, and a TOEFL score of
580 (paper-based) or 237 (computer-based) where applicable.

International Deadline Dates

May 15 for September Admission
September 15 for January Admission

Do you require the GRE Test? No, we do not
require this test.

2. University of CalagaryIndian degrees are classified 1st Div with Distinction,
1st Div, II Div, III Div and Pass. If this is the typical
university scale used, we required a minimum of Second Class
Upper Division, however, some universities have a scale using
the “class” system. In that case, the minimum requirement is
1st Class Honours.

GradingGrade and Canadian Equivalent
70%+ First Class with Distinction
60% to 69% First Class
50% to 59% Second Class
40% to 49% Pass Class
The preferred starting date for all graduate degrees is
September.Deadlines for submission of complete applications:
1 March for September admission.30 June for January admission

The Graduate Record Examination (GRE) is not required

3. University of BC
http://www.ece.ubc.ca/tiki-index.php

September 2006 Admissions We have now completed
admissions for the 2005/2006 academic year. We are
currently accepting applications for September 2006.
The deadline for completed applications for September
2006 is December 15 for international students and
January 15 for Canadian students. A completed
application includes all supporting documents

India
For admission to the Masters’ program we require a Bachelor’s
degree with a standing of First Class with Distinction. From
IIT’s we require a standing of 8/10. Applicants must arrange
for the submission of detailed mark sheets and degree
certificates. Applicants for the PhD program must hold a
First Class Master’s degree.

TOEFL

We require a TOEFL score of at least 600
(250 on the computer-based test) for graduates
of all foreign universities.

4. SIMON FRASER

India
M.A., M.B.B.S., M.Comm., M.Sc., or a Master’s degree in
a non-engineering field or Honours B.Eng., B.Sc.(Eng.),
B.Tech., B.A.Sc., B.Arch. B.Pharm (Bachelor’s from key
institutions). Applicants must arrange for the submission
of detailed mark sheets and degree certificates.
First Class or First Division in all degrees

Deadlines
The deadlines for receipts of completed applications
(including all supporting documentation) are February 1
for the Fall semester, August 1 for the Spring semester,
and December 1 for the Summer semester. However, it is
advisable to apply much earlier than the deadlines.

GRE
You must take the General Graduate Record Examination (GRE)
unless you hold a degree from a North American university

TOEFL
A minimum score of 250 on the electronic test, or 230 with
a 5.0 on the test of written English, is required.

University of Victoria

India:2nd Class/Division (min. 50%) on BEng, BSc (Eng),
BTech or Master’s, I.I.T. 8/10.

1st class
TOEFL:575/233
GRE recommended

Deadlines
Dec. 15 (Sep entry)
Apr. 15 (Jan entry)
Sep. 15 (May entry)

5. University of Manitoba
http://www.ee.umanitoba.ca/admissions/new-gs-details.html
Pre Application needed.
For individuals whose first language is not English,
these requirements include a need to demonstrate English
proficiency by achieving a minimum TOEFL (or equivalent)
score of 213

6. University of New Brunswick
All applicants interested in Engineering Graduate

Programs are required to complete a preliminary
assessment form
Computer based TOEFL (minimum score 213) including
the Test of Written English – TWE (minimum score of 4.0).

Can I stay in New Brunswick and work after graduation?
Yes. International students who have graduated from a New
Brunswick university are allowed to remain in the province
and work for a total of 2 years; as opposed to 1 year in
the rest of Canada. The job must be within your field of study

GRE
Not Mandatory but helpful in making a decision

7. Memorial University of Newfoundland

http://www.mun.ca/sgs/home/
Application deadlines:
For September admission, the application deadlines
are as follows:
Oct. 1: Suggested application deadline for international
students wishing to be considered for financial awards
Dec. 1: Application deadline for Canadian students wishing
to be considered for financial awards; final application
deadline for international students

GRE
Submission of GRE scores is encouraged particularly for
overseas students who expect to obtain fellowship support.

TOEFL
Submission of official results of the Test of English as a
Foreign Language (TOEFL) with a paper-based score of 550
(or higher)/computer-based score of 213 (or higher) and the
Test of Written English (TWE) with a score of 4 (or higher).

8. Dalhousie University

TOEFL (Test of English as Foreign Language).
The Departmental requirement for TOEFL is 580 (Paper) or
237 (Computer).

Application Deadlines International Students:
September admission April 1
January admission August 31
May admission December 31

9. University of Ottawa

Master’s Degree
The normal requirement for admission to a master’s program
is an honours bachelor’s degree with a minimum 75 per cent
(B+) in electrical and computer engineering or a related
discipline.

TOEFL 580 or 237

Deadline

Fall term (starting September) – March 1st
Winter term (starting January) – October 1st

10. Queen’s University

TOEFL 580/237

Deadline

*15 Jan ( Sept. admission), *15 Aug (Jan. admission)

GRE not Required

11. Ryerson University

January 9, 2006 – for applicants with international
supporting documents

TOEFL Internet-based: Overall score of 93, plus 22 minimum
in Speaking and Writing sections
TOEFL computer-based: Overall score of 237

12.University of Waterloo
Academic Requiremnent
Min. 78%
Admission Average 83 %

TOEFL 213 + 4.0 Yes Optional Optional varies
Fall Term (September) November 1 (year prior to admission date)
Winter Term (January) February 1 (year prior to admission date)
Spring Term (May) July 1 (year prior to admission date)

13.Concordia University

http://www.encs.concordia.ca/index.htm

TOEFL: Test scores of 550 on the paper-based test and 213 on the
computer-based test are required

14.The University of Western Ontario

http://www.uwo.ca/grad/

Admissions average is 70% (based on the last two years
of an undergraduate degree) for both Canadian/Permanent
Residents and International students.
TOEFL requirements: score of minimum 213 if done
electronically or 550 paper-based and test has to be
written within last 2 years/or IELTS (minimum score
of 6 out of 9) also written within last 2 years.
(For TOEFL score submission: Institution Code: 0984,
Department Code: 66)
We do NOT require GRE

15. McGill University

GRE Requirements

(Graduate Record Examinations)

TOEFL minimum 600

A GRE score on the General Aptitude Test is required

Starting October 2002, there have been some changes
in the GRE test. For students who registered for GRE
after that date, we require a minimum total score of
1100 for the verbal and quantitative sections. There
is no minimum for the new analytical writing section
for students applying for the 2003-04 academic year.
Students who took GRE prior to October 2002, are required
to have a minimum total score of 1800.

16. University of Torontohttp://

http://www.sgs.utoronto.ca/

Must I write the GRE in preparation for submitting an
application?Applicants are not required to submit GRE
scores. However, if you have taken the GRE, you may enter
the scores on the ECE application website.

Deadline for submission of application materials is
February 1, 2006.

For the computer-based test, applicants must provide TOEFL
and TWE scores of at least 237 and 4.0, respectively