Vancouver has vaulted up the rundown of best urban areas for college understudies — to twelfth place on the planet from 21st.
Paris is at the highest point of the new QS Best Student Cities, a positioning of the world’s top urban areas for understudies, discharged Tuesday on Topuniversities.com.
Melbourne positions second, while London is third. Montreal and Toronto are the other Canadian urban areas on the rundown, putting eight and ninth.
The rundown is focused around five things: college rankings, understudy blend, nature of living, business movement and moderateness. Vancouver positioned most astounding for attractive quality, at seventh, while it positioned twelfth for understudy blend, twentieth for manager action, 25th for moderateness and 32nd for college positioning.
Louise Cowin, the University of British Columbia’s VP of understudies, said UBC pulls in an extraordinary assorted qualities of understudies and researchers from among the best on the planet.
“UBC perceives Vancouver as an issue and lively city that is essential and corresponding to the facilities experience,” Cowin said.
The top city is London for college positioning and head honcho movement, Melbourne for understudy blend, Toronto for allure and Taipei for reasonableness.
To be incorporated in the positioning, every city must have a populace of more than 250,000 and must be home to no less than two positioned organizations in the QS World University Rankings. One hundred and sixteen urban areas on the planet qualify on this premise and 50 were incorporated in the rankings.
And the world’s best student cities are…
5. Hong Kong