Best Places to Work in Academia: Non-U.S. Rankings

No. 1 Non-US: Dalhousie University

Courtesy of Dalhousie University

A sense of community and cooperation makes Dalhousie University, in Halifax, Nova Scotia, a great place to work, says Benjamin Rusak, professor of psychology, psychiatry, and pharmacology. Here, researchers and faculty often find themselves "looking inward for partners for projects," says Rusak. Dalhousie was chosen in the "Best Places" survey as the number one place to work outside the United States.


1. Dalhousie University
2. INRA Research Center at Versailles-Grignon
3. University of Dundee
4. University of Alberta
5. McMaster University, Hamilton
6. Hebrew University, Jerusalem
7. University of Manchester
8. University of Toronto
9. Ghent University
10. Catholic University of Leuven

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