For students looking to gain a grand education, there is Canada's Queen's University. First chartered by Queen Victoria in 1841, the Ontario-based school enrolls about 18,000 full-time students. Its student body represents more than 80 different countries, along with every Canadian province and territory. Queen's offers a broad range of undergraduate, graduate, and professional degrees including those in arts and sciences, business, and health sciences. In fact, the university is one of the top medical/doctoral schools in Canada, as well as a leading research school. In addition, its Chernoff Hall is one of the largest chemistry complexes in North America.