10 Best universities for Radio and Television broadcasting in Canada

Below is the list of best universities in Canada ranked based on their research performance in Radio and Television broadcasting. A graph of 30K citations received by 822 academic papers made by 10 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.

For Radio and Television broadcasting

#1 in Canada
#40 in the World
Acceptance Rate
43%
Enrollment
84,556
Founded
1827

For Radio and Television broadcasting

#2 in Canada
#68 in the World
Acceptance Rate
58%
Enrollment
37,500
Founded
1908

For Radio and Television broadcasting

#3 in Canada
#70 in the World
Acceptance Rate
53%
Enrollment
35,900
Founded
1957

For Radio and Television broadcasting

#4 in Canada
#71 in the World
Acceptance Rate
47%
Enrollment
40,036
Founded
1821

For Radio and Television broadcasting

#5 in Canada
#83 in the World
Acceptance Rate
53%
Enrollment
59,659
Founded
1908

For Radio and Television broadcasting

#6 in Canada
#85 in the World
Acceptance Rate
15%
Enrollment
27,500
Founded
1966

For Radio and Television broadcasting

#7 in Canada
#96 in the World
Acceptance Rate
89%
Enrollment
19,000
Founded
1911

For Radio and Television broadcasting

#8 in Canada
#111 in the World
Acceptance Rate
69%
Enrollment
53,000
Founded
1959

For Radio and Television broadcasting

#9 in Canada
#162 in the World
Acceptance Rate
59%
Enrollment
30,117
Founded
1887

For Radio and Television broadcasting

#10 in Canada
#164 in the World
Acceptance Rate
16%
Enrollment
42,027
Founded
1848

The best cities to study Radio and Television broadcasting in Canada based on the number of universities and their ranks are Toronto, Edmonton, Waterloo, and Montreal.