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The mission of McGill University is the advancement of learning and the creation and dissemination of knowledge, by offering the best possible education, by carrying out research and scholarly activities judged to be excellent by the highest international standards, and by providing service to society. In fulfilling its mission, McGill University embraces the principles of academic freedom, integrity, responsibility, equity, and inclusiveness. Located on two campuses (the Downtown and the Macdonald Campus), McGill has reached 41,286 students enrolled in 10 Faculties and the School of Continuing Studies. An English-language institution located in Quebec, McGill's downtown campus includes teachings and research facilities in more than 70 building covering approximately 32 hectares of land. The Macdonald campus occupies 640 hectares on the western tip of the island of Montreal and includes a cattle complex, a state-of-the-art computer-controlled greenhouse, a research farm, orchards, and the Morgan Arboretum.