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In the 2018 Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU), the university ranked 151–200 in the world and 7–9 in Canada. The 2019 Times Higher Education World University Rankings placed Waterloo 201–250 in the world and tenth in Canada. The 2019 QS World University Rankings ranked the university 163rd in the world and seventh in Canada. In the U.S. News & World Report 2019 ranking, the university placed 215th in the world, and 9th in Canada. In terms of national rankings, Maclean's 2019 university rankings placed Waterloo third, in its comprehensive university category. The university also placed in a number of rankings that evaluated a graduate's employment prospects. In QS's 2018 graduate employability ranking, Waterloo ranked 24th in the world, and second in Canada. In an employability survey published by The New York Times in October 2011, when CEOs and chairpersons were asked to select the top universities which they recruited from, the university placed 108th in the world, and seventh in Canada.The 2018 CEOWORLD magazine University Rankings ranked the university 220th in the world and eighth in Canada.
Waterloo's engineering program has consistently been ranked amongst the best in the world. In the 2017 QS university rankings for the field of engineering and technology, Waterloo ranked 60th in the world, and third in Canada. In the 2018 U.S. News & World Report global university rankings for engineering, the university ranked 51st in the world, and first in Canada. In the 2018 Times Higher Education ranking for engineering and technology, the university ranked 83rd in the world, and fourth in Canada. The 2016 ARWU ranked for the field of engineering and computer science the university 51–75 and second in Canada. In Maclean's 2017 national rankings of engineering programs, Waterloo ranked second in Canada. In a 2012 rankings of the top engineering schools in the world by Business Insider, the university ranked 29th in the world, and first in Canada. Specific programs within the university's Faculty of Engineering have also gained recognition. In the ARWU's 2017 ranking for telecommunications engineering, the university placed sixth in world, and second in Canada. In the same year, the ARWU also ranked Waterloo 48th in the world, and second in Canada in the engineering field of remote sensing. The university had also gained notability in the field of computer science. In the 2018 Times' university ranking for computer science, Waterloo ranked 33rd in the world, and third in Canada. In the U.S. News and World Report 2018 ranking for computer science, the university ranked 15th in the world and second in Canada. In QS's 2017 university ranking for computer science and information systems, Waterloo ranked 31st in the world, and second in Canada. In the ARWU's 2017 rankings for the subject of computer science, Waterloo placed 32nd in the world, and second in Canada. In Maclean's 2017 national ranking of computer science programs, Waterloo was tied with the University of British Columbia for second in Canada.