Where students study the most 2016: full results

A full list of 53 schools, ranked by average hours spent studying a week, calculated from self-reported data from the Maclean’s student survey


 
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Maclean’s surveyed more than 10,000 students at 100 universities across Canada in the late summer and early fall of 2015 on how many hours a week they spent studying. We calculated an average for each school, rounded to the nearest thousandth, using the number of hours per week divided by the number of respondents from each school. A minimum of 50 responses per school was required for inclusion. For a photo gallery of the top 20 click here. To see the schools where students said they party the most click here.


Rank University Average number of hours spent studying per week
1 Queen's 19.966
2 Mount Allison 19.912
3 McGill 19.312
4 UBC 18.962
5 McMaster 18.747
6 Western 18.728
7 Laval 18.502
8 Waterloo 18.471
9 Athabasca 18.395
10 Sherbrooke 17.989
11 Lakehead 17.419
12 Ottawa 17.292
13 Victoria 17.275
14 New Brunswick 17.229
15 Alberta 17.000
16 Toronto 16.989
17 UNBC 16.938
18 Carleton 16.926
19 UPEI 16.889
20 Guelph 16.553
21 Manitoba 16.403
22 Moncton 16.402
23 Laurentian 16.202
24 Windsor 16.076
25 Acadia 16.021
26 Dalhousie 15.806
27 Concordia 15.658
28 Calgary 15.576
29 Regina 15.489
30 UOIT 15.404
31 Saskatchewan 15.372
32 St. Francis Xavier 15.181
33 Wilfrid Laurier 15.012
34 Ryerson 14.575
35 Brock 14.538
36 York 14.297
37 MacEwan 14.215
38 Simon Fraser 13.795
39 Mount Royal 13.576
40 Memorial 13.525
41 Lethbridge 13.456
42 Brandon 13.213
43 Trent 13.167
44 Montréal 13.109
45 Nipissing 12.922
46 Bishop's 12.773
47 Capilano 12.111
48 Winnipeg 12.096
49 MSVU 12.061
50 St. Thomas 11.782
51 Cape Breton 11.152
52 Saint Mary's 10.789
53 UQAM 10.386

 
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