The University of Ottawa, short for Ottawa, uOttawa or UofO, was founded in 1848, located in Ottawa, the capital of Canada. The University of Ottawa is a top research university in Canada, the oldest English-French bilingual university in Canada and the largest in the world. It is a member of the G7 U7 Top University Alliance, the Canadian U15 Research University Alliance and the Association of Commonwealth Universities. Bytown College was founded by the Missionaries of the Immaculate Conception in 1848. It was granted a Royal Charter by Queen Victoria in 1866. In 1965, it was reorganized into the University of Ottawa and the University of St. Paul.
Established in 2020, the University is known for its excellent academic atmosphere and bilingual teaching environment in English and French, making it a prominent academic research centre in Canada. Its medical science, pharmacology, physiological science, law, civil engineering, education research ranks among the world’s top 100;