University of Guleph

The University of Guleph is present in Guleph, Ontario, Canada. This public research university was founded in the year 1964 after the union of Ontario Agricultural College, the Ontario Veterinary College and the Macdonald Institute and also has grown to become an institution of over than 21000 students and academic staff. This university is offering more than 94 undergraduate degrees, 48 graduate programs and 6 associate degrees in various disciplines. Study in Canada is often highly regarded and so is this university.

This university is constantly ranked as a top comprehensive university in Canada by Maclean's magazine and was given top marks for student contentment amongst medium-sized universities in Canada by The Globe and Mail. This university has held these rankings with its reputation, inventive research-intensive programs, and energetic campus life cited as specific strengths.

The faculty at this university holds 39 Canada Research Chair positions in the research areas of natural sciences, engineering, social sciences and health sciences. Latest academic achievements of this university include the first scientific validation of water on Mars, the Barcode of Life project for species identification and Alpha-Particle X-ray Spectrometer on board the Mars Exploration Rovers. This university is the birthplace of DNA barcoding by Dr. Paul D. N. Hebert for species identification.