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Trent University was originally founded in 1963, as a public, non-denominational university in the town of Peterborough, in Ontario’s Trent Valley. In 1964 it had only 100 students. The university consists of several individual colleges. The first was Catherine Parr Traill College, the home of the university’s Modern Languages, Canadian Studies, Cultural Studies and English […]

Trent University

Canada

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Camosun College is more than 100 years old, having got its start as the Young Building of Victoria’s Normal School in 1914. That same building is still the heart of the Lansdowne Campus today. At the time, it had fewer than 100 students. The college itself was formed in 1970 as the Juan de Fuca […]

Camosun College

Canada

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Lakehead University got its start in 1946 as the Lakehead Technical Institute. It soon added university level curricula, though, and became the Lakehead College of Arts, Science and Technology was established in 1956.  It only gained the power to grand degrees in its own name in 1965, when it officially became Lakehead University. The Northern […]

Lakehead University

Canada

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McGill University, also known as Université McGill, was founded in 1821 by the Royal Charter of King George IV, though it did not use that name until 1885. However, it owes much of its early form to the Royal Institute for the Advancement of Learning, which predated it by some 20 years. This organisation created […]

McGill University

Canada

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