The University of Calgary (popularly known as 'U Calgary' or 'U of C') is a public research university located in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, established in 1966 with origins in the early 1900s. The official University colour is red and gold and its motto in Gaelic can be translated as ‘I will lift up my eyes'. U of C has 14 faculties, 250 academic programs and 50 research centres and institutes. The main faculties include Schulich School of Engineering, the Haskayne School of Business, the Cumming School of Medicine, the Law School (Juris Doctor) and Faculty of Veterinary Medicine. It is considered to be one of the top 200 institutes worldwide and known as the birthplace of ‘neurochips’.
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