University Rankings 2015: Student/Faculty Ratio

UBC, Memorial and Brandon score the top spots when looking at student/faculty ratio

<p>Students listen in their Health Maintenance in Nursing class in the Faculty of Nursing lecture room at the University of Manitoba on Thursday, October 9, 2014 (Photo by Marianne Helm for MACLEANS MAGAZINE)</p>

Photo by Marianne Helm

Photo by Marianne Helm
Photograph by Marianne Helm

Looking for the latest update of the Maclean’s University Rankings? Click here for highlights from the 2016 Maclean’s University Rankings, our latest editionon newsstands now and available for download in the App Store, Google Play and You’ll find all the details on our new education hub, coming to next week.

For last year’s university rankings, read on for highlights:


Interaction with faculty is key to a student’s success. Students look to professors not only for knowledge and mastery of a discipline, but for guidance and mentorship. As a measure of student access to full-time faculty, Maclean’s calculates the number of full-time-equivalent students per full-time faculty member. Figures listed here reflect the ratio for all students, graduate as well as undergrad.

Medical Doctoral

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Primarily Undergraduate

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To see more from our 2015 university rankings issue, visit a full description of the ranking methodology, click here.