University Rankings 2015: Total Research Dollars

Faculty at Toronto, Guelph and UPEI are most successful in obtaining research funding

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Photograph by Andrew Tolson

Photograph by Andrew Tolson
Photograph by Andrew Tolson

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:



To capture the full research picture at Canadian universities, Maclean’s measures the amount of money available to faculty for research. The figures below show total income from sponsored research divided by the number of full-time faculty. Research dollars include grants and contracts, federal, provincial and foreign government funding, as well as funding from non-governmental organizations.

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.