University of British Columbia
The University of British Columbia is situated in Vancouver, Canada. Two main campuses of this university are located in Vancouver and in Kelowna in the Okanagan Valley. This university operated smaller speciality and satellite campuses situated at Great Northern Way Campus and Robson Street. A corporation by the name of this university was first integrated in the year 1890. Succeeding enactments concluding on the year 1908, with another University Act provided this university its present form. The classes started in the year 1915. This university is said to be the oldest in British Columbia and includes the largest enrollment with more than 54000 students at both its campuses. Education in Canada is the first choice of most of the international students these days.
The library of this university that includes 5.9 million books and journal is the 2nd largest research library in the whole of Canada.
This university is ranked 2nd in Canada and 37th worldwide in the Academic Ranking of World Universities. It is also ranked 2nd in Canada and 22nd worldwide in the Times Higher Education rankings. This university has been associated with 5 Nobel laureates.
This university ranks as one among the top 3 Canadian universities by Research InfoSource.