Established in 1887, the McMaster University is a public research university with its main campus located in Hamilton, Canada. Mc Master is one of only four Canadian Universities consistently ranked in the world’s top 100. The university is associated with 2 Nobel Laureates and numerous other Gates Cambridge Scholars, Rhodes Scholars and business leaders.
McMaster University Acceptance Rate
McMaster University has an acceptance rate of 58%, compared to other regional universities, McMaster University has a decent acceptance rate for international students
The undergraduate and graduate programs at the university are offered through the following 6 Schools and Faculties: DeGroote School of Business; Faculty of Engineering; Faculty of Health Sciences; Faculty of Humanities; Faculty of Science; and Faculty of Social Sciences.
The total student population at the Mc Master University is more than 29,800 students of which over 25,500 are enrolled in the undergraduate programs. The acceptance rate at the university is 58.7%.
It is a member of the U15 group of research-intensive universities in Canada. The university is world renowned for its research strengths particularly in the field of health sciences. Mc Master also operates the McMaster Nuclear Reactor, used for nuclear science and engineering research since 1959. Its SLOWPOKE reactor is used for research, educational, and commercial applications. The reactor at McMaster produces 25 percent of the world's supply of iodine-125, an isotope used in nuclear medicine to treat a type of cancer.
Meibek Zeinulla’s Profile:
Meirbek Zeinulla from Cambridge International School was assisted by Varun and Roshan in applying to Canada for the undergraduate program in Computer Science and Engineering. He took Computer Science, Math, and Physics as his A-Level subjects, and had a predicted grade of A’s and above in all his subjects. He was accepted to UofT, Waterloo, McMaster, Ryerson, Queens, York, Western, Waterloo, UBC, and Guelph. Meirbek is currently attending University of Toronto.
My counselors were always there to support me with my applications. Canadian applications were confusing with different requirements and process for each university. Roshan and Varun gave me the right guidance on the universities I should apply to, and also with the course requirements. There were multiple stages to the application process, and they supported me till I enrolled at the university. Thanks a lot for all the support.
Student Faculty Ratio