University of Ottawa
The University of Ottawa
was established as the College of Bytown
and is now a major bilingual university of Canada
. It is located in Ottawa, Ontario
(the national capital), it has made a unique place for itself among Canada's leading universities. Originally a liberal arts college, it has been teaching pure and applied sciences in both French
since the 1800s.
Its nine faculties offer an array of first class undergraduate and professional programs in a wide variety of disciplines:
- Health Sciences
- Social Sciences
Masters and doctoral degreess
are also offered in most disciplines by the Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies. The U of O offers the second-highest number of doctoral programs in Ontario. The U of O houses Ontario
's second-largest graduate studies and co-operative education programs.
The academic and other needs of about 25,000 students are facilitated by a fully bilingual support staff and programmes that include everything from physical resources security to health, sports and teaching and learning support services.
The campus is located along the banks of the Rideau Canal in the Sandy Hill area of Ottawa.
The English-language student newspaper is The Fulcrum, and the French-language paper is La Rotonde.