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Location: Oshawa, Ontario - Canada
The University of Ontario Institute of Technology, commonly referred to as UOIT, is a public research university located in Oshawa, Ontario, Canada. It was founded in 2002 by the University of Ontario Institute of Technology Act, 2002 passed by the Government of Ontario, and its first students were accepted in 2003, making it one of Canada's newest universities.
UOIT offers a range of undergraduate programs, and graduate programs in science, engineering, health and information technology (IT) from its main campus, co-located with Durham College on approximately 400 acres (160 ha) of land in the northern part of Oshawa. It operates a secondary campus in Downtown Oshawa offering programs in social sciences and teacher education.
Signs of innovation are everywhere: UOIT’s campus reflects the university’s technology emphasis, with more than 70 specialized research laboratories and facilities, including the Automotive Centre of Excellence, which features one of the world’s largest and most sophisticated climatic wind tunnels. The campus offers one of the most wired learning environments in the country. Students learn using the latest technology and software in their field of study. The government act that created the university in 2002 required the school to be responsive to the needs of students and to the market-driven needs of employers.
Total enrolment 10113+
Canada - №53
World ranking - №1571
Tuition Fees: $17152
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