When it comes to computer science education, the QS University Rankings highlight the top institutions worldwide. Among the elite top 25 universities, renowned names like Stanford, Harvard, and MIT grace the list. Notably, the University of Waterloo proudly represents Canada, ranking fifth globally.
While institutions like Oxford and Stanford have limited computer science enrollments, with only a few hundred students, Waterloo stands out with nearly 5,000 undergraduate students enrolled in computer science and computer engineering programs.
Combined with the University of Toronto, these universities boast a total of over 8,000 computer science students, underscoring the strength of the thriving tech ecosystem in the Toronto-Waterloo Corridor.
Waterloo’s entrepreneurship programs and cooperative education opportunities further fuel its success as a talent hub.
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