About Ottawa, the Capital City of Canada
Canadian Higher Education is headquartered in the city of Ottawa, the National Capital of Canada.
A thriving International Technology and Business Center and World Class Tourism and Convention Destination.
The city of Ottawa is also rich in culture and heritage with its many national institutions, parkland, waterways and historic architecture.
It is home to a large number of foreign embassies and is a recognized center for both academics and professional training.
The city offers an open and welcoming environment to cultures from around the world, providing service in English, French, and a host of other languages. The city’s residents enjoy an enviable quality of life that is recognized around the world.
Ottawa is known as one of the most educated cities in Canada, with over half the population having graduated from College and/or university.
The city of Ottawa has the highest per capita concentration of engineers, scientists, and residents with PhD in Canada.
Higher Education Institutions
Carleton University is a dynamic, research-intensive institution committed to providing students with an outstanding learning experience. Carleton offers a vast array of undergraduate and graduate programs in areas as diverse as public affairs, architecture, math and science, journalism, arts and social sciences, engineering, business, high technology and industrial design. Students come from across Canada and more than 100 countries worldwide.
World-renowned researchers and innovative, unique programs provide students valuable opportunities for hands-on research, travel and enriching experiences in the nation’s capital.
The University of Ottawa is the largest bilingual (English-French) university in the world. Located at the heart of Canada’s capital, it has ready access to the great institutions of our country. Their sophisticated programs in social sciences, health, medical, engineering, science and the humanities make university of Ottawa a unique place to learn, grow and excel in every discipline.
The University of Ottawa is a diverse, bilingual university with more than 300 undergraduate programs and 150 graduate degrees in 10 faculties.
Students can study everything from fine arts to hard sciences in French, English or both. The university has an extensive co-op program boasting a 95 per cent job placement rate.
University of Ottawa’s many distinctive features are certainly includes its location in the heart of the capital city of Canada, its bilingualism, its international reputation and its global ranking..
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