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Universities With Lowest Graduation Rates In Canada 2018

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When you are attending university and college it is very important to look at the school reputations, graduation rates, experience, accommodating students with needs.

The graduation rate tracks undergraduate students to determine if they received a degree within seven years. Below is the percentage of full-time, first-year students in fall 2007 who graduated by 2014 according to Maclean’s, 

Based Maclean’s Report we look at Universities With Lowest Graduation Rates In Canada,

Here are the Universities With Lowest Graduation Rates In Canada 2018

 

10. University of Winnipeg

The University of Winnipeg

The University of Winnipeg

The University of Winnipeg is a public university in Winnipeg.Manitoba. University of Winnipeg has the lowest graduation rate in the country based on first-year students in fall 2007 who graduated by 2014,

Total enrollment: 9,359
Graduation Rate: 44.2 Percent

 

9. Brandon University

Brandon University

Brandon University

Brandon University is a university located in the city of Brandon, Manitoba, Canada. Brandon University has the second lowest Graduation Rate in Canada.

Total enrollment: 3,073
Graduation Rate: 50.9 Percent

 

8. Saint Mary’s University

Saint Mary's University

Saint Mary’s University

Saint Mary’s University is in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. Saint Mary’s has the third’s lowest Graduation rate in the country,

Total enrollment: 6,373
Graduation Rate: 53.1 Percent

 

7. St. Thomas University

St Thomas University

St Thomas University

St. Thomas University is a small, exclusively liberal arts university located in Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada. St. Thomas University has the fourth-lowest graduation rate in the country.

Total enrollment: 1,951
Graduation Rate: 54.4 Percent

 

6. Cape Breton University

Cape Breton University

Cape Breton University

Cape Breton University, formerly known as the “University College of Cape Breton”, is a university in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Canada. Cape Breton University has the fifth lowest graduation rate in Canada.

Total enrollment: 2,833
Graduation Rate: 56.4 Percent

 

5. University of Northern British Columbia

The University of Northern British Columbia

The University of Northern British Columbia

The University of Northern British Columbia is a small, research-intensive university, the main campus of which is located in Prince George, British Columbia. University of Northern British Columbia has the sixth lowest graduation rate in Canada.

Total enrollment: 4,020
Graduation Rate: 56.5 Percent

 

4. University of Moncton

University of Moncton

University of Moncton

The Université de Moncton is a French-language university located in Edmundston, Moncton and Shippagan, New Brunswick, Canada serving the Acadian community of Atlantic Canada. University of Moncton has the seventh lowest graduation rate in Canada.

Total enrollment: 4,197
Graduation Rate: 56.9 Percent

 

3. University of Regina

University of Regina

University of Regina

The University of Regina is a public research university located in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada.
has the eighth lowest graduation rate in Canada.

Total enrollment: 12,267
Graduation Rate: 58.1 Percent

 

2. University of Manitoba

University of Manitoba

University of Manitoba

The University of Manitoba is a public university in the province of Manitoba, Canada. Located in Winnipeg. The University of Manitoba has the ninth lowest graduation rate in Canada.

Total enrollment: 29,987
Graduation Rate: 63.1 Percent

 

1. Simon Fraser University

Simon Fraser university Campus

Simon Fraser university Campus

Simon Fraser University, commonly referred to as SFU, is a public research university in British Columbia. Simon Fraser University has the tenth lowest graduation rate in Canada.

Total enrollment: 34,990
Graduation Rate: 64.8 Percent

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Melissa Dimon

Melissa Dimon is recent graduate from University of Texas- Austin and Former Content Marketer at Simple.com and Currently Serving as Editor In Chief For University Magazine and Edmonton Gazette

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