Despite being one of the most sought-after engineering programs in North America, Waterloo’s Software Engineering program peaks at number two on our list. One top admissions support specialist admits he’d be “intimidated” by the fact that if he had up to a 95% average he’d still only have a 10% chance of getting in
UBC commerce program receives about 4,500 applications each year but only takes on about six percent of applicants, while U of T’s Engineering Science program had a cutoff rate of 91% this past year
The toughest undergrad program to get into receives approximately 3,500 applications each year—but only accepts about 160 students
Canadian universities attract hundreds of thousands of applications each year, but acceptance rates into a few “elite” programs can be a bit trickier to get into.
“McGill typically has really high entrance averages, I think it’s the highest on average in Canada,” Alex Dorward, co-CEO of *University Hub, Canada’s leading provider of university admissionsRead More »from The 5 toughest undergrad programs in Canada to enter