University of Calgary Rankings

The University of Calgary is a leading research-intensive public university located in Alberta, highly regarded as one of Canada’s top seven research universities.

The University has the following faculties: Law; Nursing (Calgary); Nursing (Qatar); Communication and Culture; Environmental Design; Education; Fine Arts; Haskayne School of Business; Humanities; Kinesiology; Social Sciences; Schulich School of Engineering; Social Work; Medicine; Science; Veterinary Medicine; Graduate Studies; and Continuing Education.

The University of Calgary is a member of the G13 (Group of Thirteen), International Association of Universities, Association of Commonwealth Universities, and the Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada.

Rankings:

- Rated 9th in Canada and 149th in the world (THE – QS World University Rankings 2009).

- 5th in Canada, 60th in the "USA and Canada" category, and 78th in the world (Webometrics University Ranking, July 2009).

- Ranked 87th among the world's top universities in Engineering & IT (QS World University Rankings 2009).

- Ranked 7-18th nationally, 100-134th in the region and 201-302nd globally in the Academic Ranking of World Universities compiled by the Shanghai Jiao Tong University (2009).

- 7th in the medical-doctoral category of Maclean's annual university rankings (2008).