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University of Calgary

A University of approximately 26,000 students located in the Northern part of the city of Calgary, Alberta, Canada (pop. 902,000). The University of Calgary offers over 100 programs in post-secondary education including Bachelors, Masters, and Doctorate. It is one of less than two handfuls of Canadian Universities which are considered to have an acceptable research component.

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Computer Science James Gosling inventor of the language Java holds a BSc in Computer Science from University of Calgary.

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