Montreal has ranked 6th overall for the best university city in the world. This ranking comes from Top Universities, a company dedicated to access to "the best tools and the best independent expert information before making a decision," when it comes to choosing a university.\nMontreal definitely gets bragging rights because, not only is it one of the best student cities in the world, it's the best student city in North America.\nMontreal ranks high because of its multiculturalism, its thriving arts scene and the friendliness of its residents.\nThe city has actually dropped two places since last year, from fourth to sixth place. Here's the rest of the top ten best student cities:\nLondon\n\n\nTokyo\n\n\nMelbourne\n\n\nMunich\n\n\nBerlin\n\n\nMontreal\n\n\nParis\n\n\nZurich\n\n\nSydney\n\n\nSeoul.\nView this post on Instagram Learn what #McGillUniversity has to offer both inside and outside the classroom this Sunday, October 21st at our 2018 Open House! Register now at mcgill.ca/openhouse . . #mcgill #admissions #openhouse A post shared by McGill University (@mcgillu) on Oct 18, 2018 at 1:21pm PDT\nMontreal is praised for its multilingualism, multiculturalism and its culture, Top Universities also adds that the city is welcoming to students and other foreigners.\nThe ranking also (rightly) notes that the city is the "cultural capital of Canada."\nREAD ALSO: You Can Ask Elderly People For Advice On Love & Life At This Heartwarming "Human Library" In Montreal\nTop Universities notes that Montreal is "renowned for its laidback yet lively lifestyle, attractive boulevards, thriving creative industries, café culture, and eclectic range of arts venues, live performances and nightlife."\nView this post on Instagram The tower after the evening rain / La tour après la pluie en soirée @umontreal #rain #pluie #clouds #nuages #dusk #soiree #sky #ciel #pink #rose #tower #tour #cdn #montreal #quebec #canada #cotedesneiges #mtl #mtlmoments #vivreaurockhill #summer #ete A post shared by Cliff Pavlovic (@cliffpavlovic) on Jul 30, 2019 at 5:38pm PDT\nThe ranking notes that factors considered include affordability, employer activity and student views. However, if "weather" was also included, the city might just drop a few spots...\nIt's just one more thing you can taunt your friends who chose to go to U of T about: we pay cheap rent AND we live in a better city than you.\nTop Universities says, "While it might no longer be number one overall in the ranking, Montréal is 12 places higher in the student rank indicator than fellow Canadian city, Toronto, and is celebrated by students for its arts and culture"\nThat's something we can be proud of.\nFind the full ranking here.