Founded in 1957 (in the age of Cold War) in Ontario, Canada, University of Waterloo was established by a group of business leaders to tackle the world's most daunting challenges. The courses offered are in Applied Health Sciences, Arts, Engineering, Mathematics and Sciences. Today, Waterloo is known to have the world's largest post-secondary co-operative education programs with over 19000 co-op students and over 5200 employers, which allow students to integrate academics with relevant work experiences. It's a top comprehensive research university with a funding of $183 million for research in quantum technology, nanotechnology, water, automotive, energy, population health and global governance.
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