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The University of Western Ontario (UWO), founded in 1878, has a student enrollment of approximately 30,000 and has about 1,200 faculty members. The university offers more than 60 graduate and undergraduate degree and diploma programs through its 12 schools, including those of dentistry and law, along with the Richard Ivey School of Business and the Schulich School of Medicine. In addition, the university offers continuing studies and distance education. UWO is affiliated with Brescia University College, Huron University College, and King's University College.
McGill University is one of Canada's foremost institutions of higher education. It offers approximately 300 fields of study to more than 33,000 undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral students. The university consists of 11 faculties and 10 schools, as well as a Centre for Continuing Education and an office of graduate and postdoctoral studies. Recognized as one of Canada's leading medical research universities, it is affiliated with four teaching hospitals. In addition to its main campus in downtown Montreal, McGill has a campus in Ste. Anne de Bellevue, Quebec. The university was chartered in 1821 and is named for benefactor James McGill.
Our Vision Dalhousie inspires our diverse community to serve Nova Scotia, Canada, and the world through innovative and impactful teaching and research, world-class scholarship, a passion for learning, and a deep sense of social responsibility. Our Values Academic freedom Dalhousie is committed to the principles of academic freedom in all areas of teaching and research, and remain dedicated to scholarly autonomy, intellectual integrity, and accountability. Through our teaching, research, and administration, we commit to discourse, dialogue, and language that is open, inclusive, and respectful. Commitment to excellence in teaching, research and service Academic programs that attract and retain a diverse mix of outstanding students, scholars, researchers, and staff are at the core of our mission. We are a research-intensive university grounded in a legacy of discovery, academic excellence, and community service that defines our approach to teaching and learning. Equity, diversity, inclusion and accessibility Ongoing commitments to achieve inclusive excellence through continually championing equity, diversity, inclusion, and accessibility (EDIA) are integral to Dalhousie’s vision, mission, actions, culture, and how we interact with one another on a daily basis. These obligations extend to redressing historical and ongoing systemic inequalities among our citizenry. Future-ready leaders While affirming our commitment to a holistic approach to shape individuals with life-ready knowledge and skills, we will deliver on our learners’ interest in connecting their programs to rapidly evolving and emerging future career opportunities while making positive and impactful contributions to society. Impactful community engagement We exist because of support from our communities. In turn, Dalhousie has an ongoing responsibility to engage, connect with, and support our communities. We are committed to being a strategic partner in promoting the economic development and social vitality of Nova Scotia and the Atlantic provinces through our actions, including creating and fostering growth opportunities through impactful and collaborative research, scholarship, and partnerships. Social responsibility and sustainability Through our teaching, research, and service, we will expand understanding and adherence to the core principles of sustainability, advance knowledge about climate change, and help to catalyze evidence-based solutions (A Charter for Canadian Universities, June 2020). We remain committed to supporting actions that are consistent with the Charter, and will continue our important work towards fulfilling the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals for 2030. Wellness, accessibility, respect and support We will create work and learning environments grounded in respect and support, guided by a shared responsibility for equitable access and the well-being of our faculty, staff, and students.
University of Guelph consists of seven colleges that offer undergraduate and graduate programs in the arts, agriculture, biological science, management and economics, physical and engineering science, social sciences, and veterinary medicine. It has an enrollment of more than 18,000 full and part-time students. A renowned as a research university, the institution is consistently ranked among the top comprehensive schools in Canada. University of Guelph began in 1874 as the Ontario Agricultural College; it took its current name and shape in 1964, bringing together the Ontario Agricultural College, the Ontario Veterinary College, and the Macdonald Institute.