The 2022 university rankings published in Maclean’s magazine on Oct. 7, 2021 underscore Carleton University’s leadership in the post-secondary sector, particularly in the areas of research, student awards, and Indigenous initiatives.

Carleton maintained its top 5 overall ranking in the comprehensive category — universities with a significant amount of research activity and a wide range of programs at the undergraduate and graduate levels, including professional degrees.

President Benoit-Antoine Bacon

President Benoit-Antoine Bacon

“I am proud that Carleton’s outstanding achievements and reputation are being recognized in these national rankings,” said Carleton President Benoit-Antoine Bacon.

“This highlights to the notable momentum that is taking place in all areas of our university community and is a testament to the amazing work of our faculty, staff and students, particularly over the very challenging last 18 months.”

Carleton’s leadership in research was recognized with a jump to No. 2 in funding in the social sciences and humanities, and it maintained its No. 5 position in science and medical funding.

In the area of student satisfaction, Carleton’s wealth of teaching talent was recognized as it secured the No. 4 spot for Course Instructors, and rose up to the No. 5 spot for Promoting Indigenous Visibility.

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