Trying to choose your future alma mater? Or perhaps you are a McGill alum and are just here to feel immense pride.\nEither way, it's awesome to know that Canadian universities are ranking in the top 100 in the world... as it should be!\nTL;DR Montreal's McGill University has ranked in the top 50 universities worldwide this year, along with a couple other Canadian universities. See how they've done, along with other Montreal universities like Concordia and U de M.\nView this post on Instagram Can you spot the moon? 🌗 #mcgill #mcgillu #mcgilluniversity A post shared by McGill University (@mcgillu) on Jan 28, 2019 at 6:40am PST\nIf you are thinking about attending McGill this year, this just proves that you'd be making a great choice.\nDepartments at McGill include Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, Arts, Education, Engineering, and several Interdisciplinary programs.\nMcGill University has ranked 33rd on the QS World University Ranking with a 91.4 out of 100 in terms of academic reputation, a 93 in employer reputation and a 96 in international students making the overall score an 81.7.\nView this post on Instagram ❄️🐿 A post shared by McGill University (@mcgillu) on Jan 18, 2019 at 12:34pm PST\nThe world ranking considers several indicators including academic reputation, employer reputation, faculty to student ratio, citations per faculty, international faculty ratio and international student ratio.\nThe top 5 schools and their overall scores are MIT (100), Stanford (98.6), Harvard (98.5), Caltech (97.2), and Oxford (96.8).\n@mcgilluembedded via\nOther Canadian universities that made the top 100 include:\nUniversity of Toronto - #28 with an overall score of 83.\nUniversity of British Columbia - #47 with an overall score of 75.8\nWhile Montreal's McGill has fallen since it's shining moment at #18 in 2012, we can still be proud that it's on the top 100.\nThe institution sits with a solid Academic and Employer reputation as well as a high ratio of international faculty and students.\nOther Montreal school rankings include:\nUniversity de Montreal - #149 with an overall score of\nConcordia University - #464 with an overall score of 25.2\nSo... with all this information... where would you study?!\nCheck out the full list here.