28 Best universities for Mechanical Engineering in Canada

Below is a list of best universities in Canada ranked based on their research performance in Mechanical Engineering. A graph of 95.2K citations received by 3.77K academic papers made by 28 universities in Canada was used to calculate publications' ratings, which then were adjusted for release dates and added to final scores.

We don't distinguish between undergraduate and graduate programs nor do we adjust for current majors offered. You can find information about granted degrees on a university page but always double-check with the university website.

1. University of British Columbia

For Mechanical Engineering

#67 in the World
Acceptance Rate
53%
Enrollment
59,659
Founded
1908

2. McGill University

For Mechanical Engineering

#86 in the World
Acceptance Rate
47%
Enrollment
40,036
Founded
1821

3. University of Waterloo

For Mechanical Engineering

#115 in the World
Acceptance Rate
53%
Enrollment
35,900
Founded
1957

4. McMaster University

For Mechanical Engineering

#128 in the World
Acceptance Rate
59%
Enrollment
30,117
Founded
1887

5. University of Toronto

For Mechanical Engineering

#170 in the World
Acceptance Rate
43%
Enrollment
95,055
Founded
1827

6. University of Calgary

For Mechanical Engineering

#218 in the World
Acceptance Rate
10%
Enrollment
33,000
Founded
1966

7. Concordia University

For Mechanical Engineering

#262 in the World
Acceptance Rate
79%
Founded
1974

8. Laval University

For Mechanical Engineering

#268 in the World
Enrollment
45,000
Founded
1852

9. University of Victoria

For Mechanical Engineering

#270 in the World
Acceptance Rate
64%
Enrollment
20,492
Founded
1963

10. Ontario Tech University

For Mechanical Engineering

#279 in the World
Acceptance Rate
70%
Founded
2002

11. University of Windsor

For Mechanical Engineering

#288 in the World
Acceptance Rate
79%
Enrollment
16,092
Founded
1857

12. University of Alberta

For Mechanical Engineering

#293 in the World
Acceptance Rate
58%
Founded
1908

13. Queen's University

For Mechanical Engineering

#325 in the World
Acceptance Rate
42%
Enrollment
30,386
Founded
1841

14. Polytechnic School of Montreal

For Mechanical Engineering

#340 in the World
Acceptance Rate
65%
Enrollment
9,476
Founded
1873

15. Western University

For Mechanical Engineering

#376 in the World
Acceptance Rate
58%
Enrollment
27,300
Founded
1878

16. Ryerson University

For Mechanical Engineering

#405 in the World
Acceptance Rate
80%
Enrollment
38,950
Founded
1948

18. University of Sherbrooke

For Mechanical Engineering

#480 in the World
Acceptance Rate
68%
Enrollment
40,000
Founded
1954

19. Dalhousie University

For Mechanical Engineering

#489 in the World
Acceptance Rate
78%
Enrollment
18,500
Founded
1818

20. University of Saskatchewan

For Mechanical Engineering

#500 in the World
Acceptance Rate
73%
Enrollment
20,953
Founded
1907

21. Carleton University

For Mechanical Engineering

#515 in the World
Acceptance Rate
22%
Enrollment
27,823
Founded
1942

22. Simon Fraser University

For Mechanical Engineering

#526 in the World
Acceptance Rate
59%
Founded
1965

24. University of Guelph

For Mechanical Engineering

#568 in the World
Acceptance Rate
68%
Founded
1964

25. University of Ottawa

For Mechanical Engineering

#627 in the World
Enrollment
42,027
Founded
1848

26. University of Manitoba

For Mechanical Engineering

#674 in the World
Acceptance Rate
52%
Enrollment
29,800
Founded
1877

27. University of New Brunswick

For Mechanical Engineering

#782 in the World
Acceptance Rate
67%
Founded
1785

28. Royal Military College of Canada

For Mechanical Engineering

#803 in the World
Acceptance Rate
22%
Founded
1876

The best cities to study Mechanical Engineering in Canada based on the number of universities and their ranks are Vancouver, Montreal, Waterloo, and Hamilton.