Where does your university rank in the World University Rankings 2019?\nScroll down to find out the top 10 schools in the world, and the top 10 Canadian schools.\nIncluding McGill (they did amazing) and Concordia (not so much).\nVisit MTLBlog for more headlines.\nAnd we're back, back, back again with another University ranking, this time it's the big boy, The World University Ranking and it's time to see how the good old schools of higher education in Quebec have fared this time.\nMcGill is clearly having a good year, making their way into the top 50... Concordia, on the other hand, not doing so hot.\nThis year, they've managed to rank over 1,250 schools, what they say is their "biggest international league table to date." The competition is fierce and schools are judged on all "core missions" including teaching, research, knowledge transfer and international outlook.\nAs mentioned above, the World University Ranking looks at Teaching, Research, Citations, Industry Income, and International outlook, to determine an "Overall" score out of 100 to determine the ranking of thousands of post-secondary schools.\nSo, on with the rankings!\nThe Overall Top Ten:\nOxford\nCambridge\nStanford\nMIT\nCal Tech\nHarvard\nPrinceton\nYale\nImperial College London\nUniversity of Chicago\nWho's surprised here? These are your classic institutions, your Ivy Leagues, your MITs. These boys top the list every year and it's never a surprise. Students who walk these hallowed halls should be very damn proud of themselves.\nREAD ALSO: Here's Where Canada's Federal Parties Stand On Issues That Matter To Montrealers\nBut here in Canada, we've got our own kinda thing going on... the Maple Leage, let's call it.\nYes, you can also sort the ranking by country, to just see those schools that ranked in Canada. Below is the "Canadian Top 10" which filters out schools in other countries. In brackets, you'll see what the school's true ranking is, in terms of the global list.\nThe Canadian Top Ten:\nU of T (#21)\nUBC (#37)\nMcGill (#44)\nMcMaster (#77)\nUniversité de Montréal (#90)\nUniversity of Alberta (#132)\nUniversity of Ottawa (#176)\nWestern (#190)\nUniversity of Calgary (#199)\nUniversity of Waterloo (#201)\nAnd a shoutout to my alma mater, Dalhousie, for just missing the top 10 but making it in at spot #11 and, most importantly, above SMU. (Kidding. Mostly.)\nNow, don't get thinking that McGill only ranking #44 globally or U de M only ranking #90 globally means these schools aren't top tier. Remember, this list is out of over 1,250 schools worldwide... so when you think of that, anything under 100 is amazing.\nView this post on Instagram 📚 #uni #concordiauniversity #montreal 💕 A post shared by Suba Shree (@suba.sasha) on Aug 28, 2019 at 6:42pm PDT\nYet again, those of us that dwell in Quebec have a lot to be proud of. McGill and U de M both ranked in the top 10 and that is something to celebrate.\nThose of you at Concordia... maybe next year?\nTake a look at the full ranking here at The World University Rankings website.