University of Toronto
With 14,000 faculty, more than 700 undergraduate programs and around 88,000 students on three campuses, the University of Toronto is in a class of its own. St. George, the leafy downtown campus, has historic stone buildings, while the newer Scarborough and Mississauga campuses are in quieter, suburban settings. U of T’s halls have echoed with the debates of future premiers and prime ministers. It is famous for research on insulin, bone-marrow transplants and regenerative medicine, and for pioneering work in artificial intelligence.
University of British Cloumbia
Founded in 1908, the University of British Columbia (UBC) opened its doors in 1915 to a handful of entrepreneurial faculty and students who had a vision for a provincial university. Since then, UBC has evolved into a leading research university now ranked as one of the top 20 public universities in the world with more than 62,000 students at its Vancouver and Okanagan campuses.
University of Waterloo
Waterloo, as home to the world’s largest post-secondary co-operative education program, embraces its connections to the world and encourages enterprising partnerships in learning, research and discovery. In the next decade, the university is committed to building a better future for Canada and the world by championing innovation and collaboration to create solutions relevant to the needs of today and tomorrow.
McGill is the oldest university in Montreal and one of just three English-language universities in Quebec. It is a public research institution that takes its name from Glaswegian merchant, James McGill, whose bequest in 1813 led to the formation of McGill College. In 1829 it was established as the nation’s first faculty of medicine.
Queen’s is Canada’s definitive university experience. At Queen’s, we challenge and support in equal measure. When studying at Queen’s, you can expect to be exposed to innovative concepts, different ideas, and new ways of thinking. We will provide you with the tools and resources needed to help you succeed.
Western University ranks as one of Canada’s top research universities. From fundamental to applied knowledge, Western discoveries benefit economic, social, health and cultural development in Canada and around the world.
University of Alberta
Established in 1908 in Edmonton, the capital of Alberta, the University of Alberta is a public research university in Canada, located at the edge of the North Saskatchewan River valley. Its main campus spans about 50 blocks of the city, and the university comprises a total of 150 buildings spread over four campuses. It is also well known for its palaeontology research and its faculty includes world-famous dinosaur experts.
University of Calgary
The University of Calgary (U of C or UCalgary) is a public research university located in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. The University of Calgary started in 1944 as the Calgary branch of the University of Alberta, founded in 1908, prior to being instituted into a separate, autonomous university in 1966. It is composed of 14 faculties and over 85 research institutes and centres. The main campus is located in the northwest quadrant of the city near the Bow River and a smaller south campus is located in the city center.
Our principal Jim Ion, has been in the education field for over 30 years.
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