For the ninth year in a row, The University of Western Ontario received top marks in the category ‘Most Satisfied Students’ in The Globe and Mail’s annual Canadian University Report.
In a survey of more than 35,000 undergraduate students, The Globe and Mail gave Western the only ‘A’ grade in that category, among large universities (more than 22,000 students).
Partial results of the 2011 Canadian University Report were published in a supplement distributed this morning in The Globe and Mail. Of the 17 categories published, Western ranked first in nine categories, including Quality of Education and Quality of Teaching. They also tied for first in four, tied for second in two and tied for third in two.
“I am tremendously grateful to our students for clearly demonstrating that Western continues to provide the best student experience in Canada,” says Western President Amit Chakma.
“As we continue our work to make it even better, our vision is that our students will carry the message to the world and Western will have increasing international impact. I also want to offer my thanks to all our faculty, staff and community members who together, create the best student experience.”
The report also features an article on “Where Canada’s big achievers went to school.” Using information from those who became Top 40 Under 40, they found that the highest number of Top 40 winners had undergraduate degrees from Western. Among those with MBA degrees, the highest number were from Western’s Richard Ivey School of Business.
You can read a digital version of the Canadian University Report.